Umpqua River Fishing

Summer Steelhead - Fall Chinook Salmon - Shad - Winter Steelhead - Smallmouth Bass -
Umpqua River - Rogue River - Elk River - Sixes River - Coquille River

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Umpqua River Fishing is good and Umpqua River fishing guides service fishes Oregon Rivers for Summer Steelhead, Fall Chinook, Shad, Smallmouth Bass and Winter Steelhead. These Southern Oregon Fishing Guides fish near Roseburg, Oregon on the Oregon Coast. Fishing for Summer Steelhead on the North Umpqua, Fall Chinook on the Umpqua, Coquille, Elk and Sixes Rivers, and Spring Chinook on the Rogue or the Umpqua Rivers. Check out Umpqua River Fishing Guides and also the Umpqua River Fishing Guides Organization websites for more information and learn how to catch Salmon also popular fishing baits techniques for catching Salmon.

Umpqua Salmon Fishing Guides And Sturgeon Fishing Guides On The Umpqua Rivers

Fishing on the Umpqua River makes everybody happy. The Klamath river, Smith river, Chetco river Rogue, Elk river, and Sixes river are among the most popular fishing destinations in the Northwest and Umpqua River fishing is close by to all. Fishing Guide Service knows when to fish which river and they also fish several other Oregon & Northern California rivers too so they have the best chance of putting you on the Salmon and Steelhead all year long.

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The Umpqua River Guide offers fully guided fishing trips on the Umpqua, Coos, Coquille, Rogue, Willamette, and Columbia rivers, bays, and ocean of Oregon for Salmon, Steelhead, and Sturgeon.
Experienced guide Charles Ireland is offering professional friendly service with over 10 years experience guiding Oregon's top fisheries. Our trips are great for anyone with any experience level. Our goal for every trip is that you have fun and are successful.

Umpqua River Fishing Report

by an Umpqua River fishing guide

     “2012 year of the fish” Some have been saying this will be the best year for Southern Oregon Salmon and Steelhead we have had in the last two decades, and so far they are right on. This past Winter Steelhead Season was very good to me, and then, with my team, we capped the year off by winning the 2012 Umpqua River Steelhead Derby. With the two avid fishermen on board we boated 25 fish in two days (not to mention all the ones we lost!) A number of the fish caught were over 20 lbs, the rest averaging in the 10-12 pound range. What a great two days of phenomenal fishing.
     The Steelhead count for this year on the North Umpqua was almost 14,000 fish and that doesn’t include the South Umpqua river fish count. Also the South Coquille had a fabulous run of Hatchery Fish as a result of their great stocking program. This is excellent fishing time for the beginner fisherman or young person just to learn fishing. Hey, I guess everyone who fishes will enjoy this bountiful season.
     One of my other favorite fisheries is the Fall Chinook on the Oregon Coast. With  the longer length of the season it’s also great fun getting out on a pleasant fall day.  Southern Oregon Rivers to fish include: the Umpqua, Coquille, and Coos. Also, we generally see a strong late run on the Elk and Sixes in November and December.  Chinook caught can weigh well over 50 pounds and many are in the 30 pound class. Then there is the excitement of reeling in a delicious Coho Salmon. We are also seeing plenty of hatchery fish available, which is great for sustainability.

Word on the street is that the Wild fish quota (to be released in August) on some of these rivers will be higher than usual – further testament to the health of the fish returns.  Fall fishing days on our beautiful Oregon Rivers are quite picturesque for the enjoyment of nature lovers and fisherman alike. So, contact me at the following website, and let me take you on a memorable Oregon fishing adventure!

Umpqua River with tributaries  is Origin Confluence of North and South Umpqua NW of Roseburg, Oregon located at the mouth Pacific Ocean and basin countries USA is 111 miles long source elevation 360 feet above sea level mouth elevation sea level. The avg. discharge 4,920 cubic feet/sec at Elkton.

The Umpqua River (UHMP-kwah) is a river on the Pacific coast of Oregon in the United States, approximately 111 mi (179 km) long. One of the principal rivers of the Oregon coast, it drains an expansive network of valleys in the mountains west of the Cascade Range and south of the Willamette Valley, from which it is separated by the Calapooya Mountains. The "Hundred Valleys of the Umpqua" form the timber-producing heart of southern Oregon centered on Roseburg. The river flows entirely within Douglas County, which encompasses most of the watershed of the river from the Cascades to the coast.

It is formed by the confluence of the North Umpqua and South Umpqua rivers, both of which rise in the Cascades, approximately 6 mi (10 km) northwest of Roseburg. In modern terminology, the "Umpqua Valley" is sometimes taken to refer to the populated lower reaches of the South Umpqua south of Roseburg, along the route of Interstate 5. The North Umpqua rises from snowmelt and is considered one of the premier summer steelhead streams in the West. The combined river flows generally northwest through the Coast Ranges in a serpentine course past Umpqua and Elkton. At Elkton it turns to flow west past Scottsburg. It enters Winchester Bay on the Pacific at Reedsport. It receives the Smith River from the north near its estuary on Winchester Bay. The Umpqua River Lighthouse protects the mouth of the river.

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Gary Lewis Guide Service

Gary's Guide Service is located in Roseburg Oregon which is in Southern Oregon near some of the best rivers in the Northwest like the famous North Umpqua, South Umpqua, Main Umpqua, Elk, Rouge, Sixes, Coquille, and Coos. They are the best Salmon, Steelhead, Smallmouth Bass, and Shad Rivers in Oregon.

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