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Rogue River Sponsored by
Date 19-May-16
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Conditions : ROGUE RIVER: Lower - Spring Chinook fishing continues to be hit and miss depending on river and weather conditions. With the warmer water conditions, anglers are picking up the majority of fish early in the morning. Most salmon are being caught by boat anglers as the river clears and drops.

Perch have been starting to show in good numbers at the mouth of the Rogue. One of the best spots to try is the sand spit extending from the south jetty into the mouth of the river. Anglers should check the marine forecast before heading out and fish when ocean swells are small and light winds are forecasted.

Middle - The Rogue River will reopen to trout angling on Sunday, May 22. Only hatchery trout can be retained. Wild trout must be released unharmed.

Fishing for steelhead is slow now that most of the winter steelhead are gone and the summer steelhead have yet to arrive. Fishing for spring Chinook salmon is improving as more fish move through the area. Anglers are reminded that only hatchery Chinook with clipped adipose fins may be retained.

The flow at Grants Pass as of Monday morning was 3,060 cfs and the water temperature averaged 56o F. Turbidity was 2 NTUs. For those interested in checking conditions before getting on the river, the City of Grants Pass Water Division’s website offers information on river conditions at Grants Pass as well as a link to a river camera.

Upper - The Rogue River will reopen to trout angling on Sunday, May 22. Only hatchery trout can be retained. Wild trout must be released unharmed.

Fishing for steelhead is slow now that most of the winter steelhead are gone and the summer steelhead have yet to arrive. Fishing for spring Chinook is picking up. Anglers are reminded that only hatchery Chinook with clipped adipose fins may be retained. As of May 11, 1,465 winter steelhead and 238 spring Chinook had been collected at Cole Rivers. The flow at Gold Ray was 3,100 cfs and the water temperature was 55o F on Monday morning. The release from Lost Creek Reservoir was 2,586 cfs with a temperature of 51o F.

Reported by: Oregon D.F.W


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