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Springer fishing on the Upper Rogue River continues to be very good. In fact you could say it’s been out of this World! (Pun intended). This week, Bill was lucky enough to fish with Mike, Dave and retired NASA Astronaut and Space Shuttle Captain Ken Rominger.

Most days we are averaging five Salmon per day, and they’re in beautiful shape, running between 15 – 25 lbs with a few going over 30 lbs! We will continue to fish the Upper Rogue River as long as the fishing continues to be good. We are keeping an eye on the coast and will soon be heading over to the coast by the end of the month. It’s always hard to leave good fishing.


Spring Salmon fishing continues to be good on the Upper Rogue River. We are averaging three to five fish per day, with an average weight of 18 lbs. With the regulation changing as of July 1, anglers are able to keep one “Wild” Salmon too.

At the coast, the first signs of the Fall Salmon run are starting to show. An early report of a 40 lbs Chinook being caught, maybe a great sign for things to come.

Bill will be heading out to the coast soon, so for those of you who still wish to catch Spring Salmon this season, don’t wait too long, fishing is still good, but time is running out.

Congratulations to Lyn H. of Walnut Creek, CA. She is the winner of a free day at the coast fishing for Fall Chinooks. Thank you to everyone who registered their email addresses with us, and we hope to see you soon!

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July 2011