Fishing The Rogue | Winter Fishing in Oregon on the Elk, Sixes, Rogue and Umpqua #SalmonFishing #TroutFishing #FishingReport #Fishing

This post was originally published on this linked web site as a

Fishing Report from Fishing The Rogue

Elk-river-salmon-fishingElk-river-Oregon-fishing


The Elk and Sixes rivers on the southern Oregon coast near Port Orford, one or the other and occasionally both have been consistently fishable over the past week. We have had several storms punctuated by dry days. The rivers have been fairly busy with boats and anglers. The salmon caught have been mostly bright and all have cut out bright red.  

Elk-river-king-salmon
Charlie with a king he caught using his new Rogue Rod.
Elk-river-salmon-fishing
Justin and Jan
Looking to do some winter salmon fishing in Oregon? Now’s the time!  We will be fishing for Elk and Sixes river salmon through the end of the year.  

For time and locations for winter and spring steelhead and salmon fishing check out our seasons page.

Brady will be a Rogue river fishing guide again for the next week,  headed back to the Rogue Valley for some fishing trips on the upper Rogue, fly fishing and side-drifting for steelhead.  I will offer a fishing report for the Rogue soon.

I have added a new page to the website, Elk and Sixes Rivers’ Fishing Report, which has current river conditions.

Elk-river-salmon-fishing

Fishing-The-Rogue
A king caught by a camera shy guest but worthy of a photo!