Rogue River Canyon Drift Boat Fishing Sept. –Nov. we offer these Rogue drift fishing trips the months of September, October and November. At this time, the adult summer steelhead (4 lb. to 10 lb.) and world-famous half pounders (1 ½ lb. to 3 lb.) are migrating up from the ocean to the upper reaches of the Rogue. The adult Chinook and Coho or silver salmon are also migrating up the river at this time. Depending on the time of year there are many different fishing techniques used on the Rogue: fly fishing, spin casting, bait bouncing and trolling plugs. Our guides are masters at all of them. All fishing rod and tackle as well as bait and flies will be provided for you. If you have a favorite rod that is suitable you are more than welcome to bring it.
Nothing compares to this ultimate wilderness experience. As we drift the Wild and Scenic Rogue River Canyon with its rugged white water and placid pools you will not only enjoy the fishing but also the scenic beauty and the abundant wildlife. While drifting the river you will see Osprey, Wild Turkey, Bald Eagles, and Otters, turtles, dear and maybe black bear.
Your guide will point out historic interests and tell historic tails. You can walk up and see Zane Gray’s Cabin and imagine him writing his western novels. Take a short hike to the Rogue River Historical Museum and learn about the first white settlers to the canyon and read about the Rogue Indians.
We will spend our nights at beautiful rustic river lodges, Black Bar and Paradise. This is just one thing that separates our trips from others. We do not stay at the discount lodges on the river, we stay at the finest on the Rogue. At Black Bar and Paradise, you will experience wonderful accommodations and first-class meals. The lodges offer individual cabins with two guests per room hot shower heaters and a soft bed. This is where friendships are made, and the fish stories grow each year.
Our trips can accommodate up to 12 guests per trip. These trips are wonderful for the family, group of friends, and make a great corporate outing.
Grand Ronde Fishing Rates:
- $1,300 per person / 3 days ~ 2 nights
- $1,700 per person 4 days ~ 3 nights
Contact Tina to book your trip by phone 888-767-3144 or email us.
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Eastern Oregon is some of the best country to explore, especially from the river. The fish are wild and the surroundings are made up of untouched beauty.
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Contact Tina by filling out the below information or giving her a call at 888-767-3144. Check availability on the booking calendar page.