Rogue river fishing guides

Fishing guides and resorts for the Rogue River

The Rogue River in the southwestern part of the U.S. state of Oregon flows from the Cascade Range to the Pacific Ocean. The Rogue River begins in the Cascade Range's Rogue-Umpqua Divide Wilderness and at Boundary Springs within Crater Lake National Park. It flows south and west, collecting many tributaries including the South Fork Rogue River and Middle Fork Rogue River, both of which drain the Sky Lakes Wilderness. These wilderness areas are parts of the Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest.

Rogue River fishing guides catch more Salmon and Steelhead because they know "how to fish" the Rogue River.

Below the confluence of the South Fork, the Rogue River is impounded by WL Jess Dam's reservoir, called Lost Creek Lake. Below the dam the Rogue River collects more tributaries, including Elk Creek and Bear Creek, the latter of which flows through nearby Medford. The Rogue River then flows west through the mountains to the city of Grants Pass. A few miles below the city, the Rogue River is joined by the Applegate River and then Wolf Creek, after which the Rogue winds north, then west, then southwest through the Klamath Mountains. Along the way it is joined by the Illinois River. The Rogue River reaches the Pacific Ocean at the city of Gold Beach, Oregon. The river runs 200 miles of which 84 miles is a designated National Wild and Scenic River and 40 miles (64 km) is in the remote canyon.

Rafting the Rogue. The river, with its exciting Grade IV rapids, is popular among white-water rafters. It is also heavily used by jet boats, which carry 114,000 passengers a year on journeys covering up to 104 miles (167 km) of the river's length. Both are regulated, with a permit system in place for rafters, but the increasing recreational use (federal river managers counted 700,000 visitors in 1991) has led to further limits on the section designated as Wild and Scenic.

The Rogue River Trail of 40 miles runs parallel to the river from Grave Creek to Illahe.



Gary Lewis Guide Service

Gary's Guide Service is located in Roseburg Oregon witch 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.

The Rogue River is located in southwestern Oregon and flows 215 miles from Crater Lake to the Pacific Ocean. The 84 mile, Congressionally designated "National Wild and Scenic" portion of the Rogue begins 7 miles west of Grants Pass and ends 11 miles east of Gold Beach.

The Rogue National Wild and Scenic River is surrounded by forested mountains and rugged boulder and rock-lined banks. Check out the Rogue River Float Guide (PDF) for more information on the Wild and Scenic Rogue River.


Gary Lewis Guide Service reports on Umpqua River and nearby waters like the Sixes, Rogue, Coquille, Elk and Coos Rivers about Salmon, Shad, Steelhead and Bass fishing. Gary fishes from a drift boat and offers fly fishing trips as well.

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How To Catch Fish On The Rogue River
Best Fishing Secrets For The Rogue

Rogue River fishing guides fish for Steelhead and salmon fishery, challenging whitewater, and extraordinary wildlife viewing opportunities have made the Rogue a national treasure. Black bear, river otter, black-tail deer, bald eagles, osprey, Chinook salmon, great blue heron, water ouzel, and Canada geese are common wildlife seen along the Rogue River. Popular activities include: whitewater rafting, fishing, jet boat tours, scenic driving, hiking, picnicking, and sunbathing.

Rogue River Stream flow

The US Geological Survey hosts real-time water data readings for the state of Oregon. Types of data available include current water height, stream flow, median flow, etc. View the US Geological Survey Rogue River Stream Flow Information for the state of Oregon.


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Klamath Basin Outfitters Drift Fish on the Rogue River for Salmon & Steelhead, or fish the Chetco for Winter Steelhead. Fly Fish or Conventional Fish, on the Williamson River, Wood River, and Klamath Lake, for record trout. All fishing gear provided, all you need is your license!

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Rogue River Map (Click To See Larger Version)

Rogue River Fishing Guides

Abbott, Jordan King of the Rogue Outfitters Medford, OR
Borg, Hal Sr. Borg’s Guide Service Medford, OR
Brown, Charlie Fishing The Rogue Guide Service Gold Hill, OR
Buckingham, Andy Buck Guide Service Talent, OR
Gerke, Dennis Fishing Aces of Angling Guide Service Eagle Point, OR
Godley, Clifford “Jay” Double J Guide Service Prospect, OR
Grieve, Charlotte Grieve & Sons Guide Service Trail, OR
Grieve, Don Don Grieve Guide Service Roseburg, OR
Grieve, Kern Grieve & Sons Guide Service Trail, OR
Grieve, Vernon Grieve & Sons Guide Service Shady Cove
Hague, Hugh Noah’s Wilderness Adventures Phoenix, OR
Hughson, Craig Rogue River Outfitters Lebanon, OR
Johnson,   Douglas DJ's Wild River Adventures Shady Cove, OR
Monical, Gary  Monical Guide Service Sunny Valley, OR
Neal, Wesley   Rogue River, OR
Nelson, Randy   Eagle Point, OR
Nelson, Robbie Rob Nelson Guide Service Eagle Point, OR
O’ Connors, Terry Rogue Excursions Unlimited White City, OR
Pringle, Jim Jim Pringle’s Guide Service Medford, OR
Puett, Todd Todd Puett Guide Service Shady Cove, OR
Snow, John John Snow Guide Service Eagle Point, OR
Stumpff, Dan Northwest Drifters Central Point, OR
Sutton, Craig Sutton’s Guide Service Medford, OR
Tarrant, Chris   Aces of Angling  Eagle Point, OR
Urie, Irv River Trips Unlimited Medford, OR
Wolgamot, Todd Hooker Guide Service Medford, OR
Wright, Justin Jefferson State Outfitters Portland, OR
Wells, Randy   Medford, OR


Welcome to the Rogue River Lodge - the earliest known lodge built on the banks of the Rogue River in the Upper Rogue Valley still in existence today, constructed in 1937 and operated continuously under that name for 73 years. The lodge has undergone an extensive renovation, with new exteriors, interiors, electrical, plumbing, heating and air conditioning, all while ensuring that the historical elements of the building have been maintained. As part of the remodel, we are pleased to announce that the lodge is now ADA accessible on both levels.

The lodge reopened on August 18, 2010 with new management and an eager and service oriented staff, prepared to offer a new level of hospitality in our two lounges, as well as providing our patrons with both upscale and casual dining options.

The lodge is located on scenic Highway 62 in Trail, just a short drive from the cities of Ashland, Medford and Grants Pass. Situated on two acres overlooking the Rogue River and only 62 miles from the entrance to Crater Lake National Park.

Rogue River Guest House
A Southern Oregon Bed and Breakfast with More!

We include full breakfasts and are conveniently located near Grants Pass, Rogue River, Gold Hill, Jacksonville and Medford with Ashland Oregon and the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, close to the Britt Music Festival in Jacksonville, a community with national historic designation.

Southern Oregon provides all you are looking for from beautiful sightseeing at nearby Crater Lake to skiing Mt. Ashland in the winter. Whether rafting or fishing the Rogue River, we're sure you will enjoy our Bed & Breakfast lodging accommodations and our proximity to the Rogue River, mountain lakes, and the Oregon coast.

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