The middle Rogue River is famous for a very large return of Fall Chinook or Kings and fishing is excellent in here in late July to October. (See our Rogue River Fall King Salmon fishing page for more information.)
Fly Fishing for Summer Steelhead is great July – Aug – Sept – Oct – Nov.
Summer Steelhead come readily to the Fly using many fishing methods. (See our Summer Steelhead Fly Fishing page for more Information.)
Summer Steelhead Fly Fishing Guides are found at our Rogue River Fishing Guides and Outfitter Page.
Oregon’s largest Winter Steelhead run is on the Rogue River and over 17,000 Winter Steelhead enter the Applegate River a tributary stream near Grants Pass alone every year! Jan – Feb – March.
(See our Winter Steelhead Fishing page for more information.)
Grants Pass, Oregon
Picture of Caveman Bridge looking north from Riverside Park from Grant Pass, Oregon Website
A popular stage coach stop in the 1860s, the city became Grants Pass in honor of U.S. General Grant’s success at Vicksburg. The apostrophe was removed from “Grants” at the turn of the 20th century. Grant Pass refers to itself as river city because of its location on the banks of the Rogue River and the Rogue’s ingrained importance to the community both culturally and financially.
City of Rogue River Oregon
The city sits on the banks of its namesake. Calaveras County has its celebrated frog jump. Rogue River has the rooster crow. Located just up river from Grants Pass on I-5, Rogue River is a small river town. Just south of Rogue River is Valley of the Rogue State park with a large RV Park and Campground on the river.
Gold Hill Oregon
In the early 1860s, a large gold nugget was found northeast of the present city site. Soon, the entire area was swarming with miners and merchants with dreams of striking it rich.
Visit the Del Rio Vineyard with hundreds of acres of grapes with Wine Tasting rooms at the 1864 Rock Point Hotel.
Oregon Caves National Monument near Cave Junction
Oregon Caves National Monument is only 480 ac. but an amazing place. Encompassing an old-growth forest that includa a Douglas-fir tree with the widest known girth in Oregon. Hiking trails access the forest. The marble caves created by natural forces over 100,000’s of years are found in one the world’s most diverse geologic realms.
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