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Umpqua River Fishing

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Umpqua River This last weekend kicked off the winter steelhead season on the west coast. Mario Gomez of Ironhead Guide Service has been grinding on the mighty land of the Umpqua's and reports darn good fishing. Visit the Umpqua River Fishing Guide page for more information on this amazing fishery.  Umpqua River Fishing Reports indicate the season is off to a late start but should be on track to have the month of Febuary remain the peak of the season. Mario reported most guide boats are seeing 2 to 6 fish per boat and all of the fish are being taken on yarn baits. The fish were hanging out in fast and slow water, but not moving around much due to cold water temperatures. Ironhead Guide Service has dates available for next couple of months so tell your buddies and ask your bosses/wifes if you can go fishing. Hahahahahaha  (book before valentine's day and receive a $50.00 discount)

Umpqua River Fishing Report - Klamath River Fishing Report

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Umpqua River Fishing - Klamath River Fishing The last couple of weeks have been hit or miss for the start of winter steelhead season. The heavy snow and rain has kept the rivers up and this is limiting the number of fishing days anglers and guides are getting in. We have been bouncing around chasing green water and chrome rockets on the Klamath, Umpqua, Chetco, and Coquille river systems. Consistently the Klamath River fishing has been a little better than most rivers with days ending in double digit adult steelhead catches and a bunch of half pounders to help pass the time. Klamath River Fishing Guide Rob and Ethan timed getting some Klamath River fishing in just right and was able to get 2 good days in before the river blew out again. They fished with Mario Gomez of Ironhead Guide Service and put 43 fish to hand (WOW). The water was big and the fish were hungry. They were eager to take a side drifted yarn and egg presentation, and the big fish were not afraid of annihilating

Umpqua Fishing Guide

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The Umpqua River and Klamath River winter steelhead season is about to get jumping. We are moving our mobile fish camp to the Umpqua River soon and are ready to start booking trips. Its $400.00 a day for 2 people and if you book 2 days you will receive a $100.00 DISCOUNT. Take a look at the specific river dates and give me call. AVAILABLE DATES AS OF 12/26/16 Umpqua River Fishing Dates January 13,14,16,27,29 February 5,13,20,26 March 10,25,26 Klamath River Fishing Dates January 8,20,21,22  March 3,18,19,31 April 1,2 Umpqua Fishing Guide The Umpqua Rivers system consists of the South Umpqua, North Umpqua and Main Umpqua Rivers, located near Roseburg, Oregon. The Umpqua River enters the Pacific Ocean at Winchester Bay. Along the way, dense forests accent the landscape with intense reds and yellows during the fall, and rich greens during the spring. Some of the finest steelhead fishing in Oregon is in the Land of Umpqua River. The Umpqua River hosts

Klamath River Steelhead Fishing

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Klamath River fishing guides are having to work hard for our fish this year. Klamath River fishing is running a little lean but if you put in the time to figure out the puzzle you will be rewarded. Klamath River Steelhead are the reason I started guiding and I will not give up even when it gets tough. We have been catching our klamath river steelhead on yarn, luhrs, and flies, and we have been getting our fish out of winter holding and spawning water. The rest of the week looks like a wash the river is big and on the rise we will be fishing once the river falls back into shape so stand by for a report next week. The winter steelhead season is fast approaching and I will be sending and posting my dates for the Umpqua and Klamath river in a few weeks so get your thermals ready and give me a call.

Klamath River Steelhead

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The Klamath River Steelhead season has finally started to pick up, we saw good fishing this last week after the river dropped into shape. The fish are spread out and not concentrated in the normal places this year, so you really have to work for your bites and make your hook sets count. The winter fish are getting ready to start making their way to the mouths of the rivers and we will be pulling on some chrome rockets before you know it. We will be moving operations up to the Umpqua River soon and this year we will be chasing them giant trophy steelhead that call that river home. Stay tuned for dates and if you want to go you probably better book you date sooner than later.