Salmon Fishing Rogue River
The Legendary Rogue River is where the action unfolds for Chinook Salmon fishing with Roe Outfitters. Made famous by well known adventurer and author Zane Grey, the Rogue River inspired the writer to build a cabin along its banks where he visited often.
Now it is your turn to enjoy the mystery, beauty and wildness of this river from the front of your guides drift boat. So sit back, enjoy the scenery, listen to your guides instruction and catch some fish.
May – July 30
Spring salmon or “springers” are considered by most to be the finest tablefare of the of the Rogue River Salmon runs. These spring fish average 15 to 25 pounds.
August – September
The days are long and warm. Fall salmon tend to be more aggressive than their spring cousins and bigger. Fall salmon average 20 to 35 pounds with a few reaching that 50 pound mark. The biggest risk of fishing the fall salmon run is allowing the warm sun to lure you into falling asleep with your rod in your hand.
November – December
Also know as silvers these 6 – 14 pound salmonids arrive in the Rogue River in late fall. Casting spinners, wobbling spoons, medium size diving plugs and even flies will take these fish consistently.
- 1 day
- Usually meet at 5am and return about 3pm
Winter Steelhead: Mid March – April
Summer Steelhead: Mid July – November
Spring Salmon: May – July
Fall Salmon: August – September
Coho Salmon: November – December
Trout: Year Round
- Chinook Salmon
- Rainbow Trout
- Spin gear casting
- twitching flies
- Side drifting
- pulling plugs
- bouncing roe
BWO, march brown, caddis, salmon flies, golden stones, PMD, and midges
Oregon Fishing Licenses are required. You can purchase at the ROE shop.
1 Day License is $16.75 and includes all necessary tags for this River.
$450 per boat
(up to two anglers per boat)
Includes: Guide, tackle, rods & reels and lunch
Not Included: License and Steelhead/Salmon Tag
- Trout – 6
- Steelhead/Salmon – 10
- ROE fly shop. 5391 Running Y Road, Klamath Falls OR 97601
- Commercial: Medford Oregon, (MFR)
- Private: Klamath
- Oregon Fishing License
- Salmon/Steelhead Tag
What to Wear:
- Wear layers for cold mornings and warm days
- Dress for the weather – we fish rain snow or shine
- Waders are not necessary