Fishin Oregon primaliy runs fishing trips on the Umpqua river November through March targeting winter steelhead. Trips are offered as a one day guided drift boat fishing trip or multiple days with lodging included at Seven Feathers Casino. The Umpqua river system has the North the South and the Main stem. The South Umpqua is your best chance at hatchery fish that you will be able to take home for dinner. The Umpqua system offers Southern Oregons best chance at hooking the Steelhead of a lifetime. From Winchester Bay to the upper reaches of the North and South forks (over 200 miles of river), the Umpqua offers the widest variety of world class fishing opportunities of any river in the Northwest. The fishing possibilities are endless: white and green sturgeon, perch, striped bass, shad, spring and fall Chinook salmon, coho salmon, summer and winter steelhead, rainbow trout, brown trout, cutthroat trout and smallmouth bass. Chinook Salmon and coho salmon are the most sought after fish in the lower Umpqua. Spring Chinook arrive from April through August, fall Chinook and coho from August through September. Steelhead fishing is also very popular throughout the Umpqua basin. Summer steelhead start to arrive in late April, peak in June or July, and continue through October. Winter steelhead begin running in November and continue through April. During the summer months, the Umpqua's abundant smallmouth bass offer amazing action. The North Umpqua is one of the most legendary steelhead rivers in the world. Thousands of summer and winter steelhead call the North Umpqua home. Summer steelhead run from May through October, winter steelhead from December through March. The South Umpqua flows 100 miles to its confluence with the North Umpqua near Roseburg. Known as Oregon's most productive smallmouth bass fishery, the South Fork is also home to a very respectable run of winter steelhead (from November to March), and hatchery rainbow trout.
Full-day Fishing Trip - $250 per person for 2 or more people. $500 for single. (7 hours on the water)
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