SW Oregon fishing report

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Contributor Jeff Rome reports: Ocean Salmon fishing decent, Rogue Bay heats up

Hot valley
temperatures will continue throughout the 4th of July weekend into the upper 90’s and 100’s in the Rogue valley. The marine forecast is looking windy again this weekend after a mixed bag of windy days earlier this week out of Brookings. Chinook as well as abundant Coho can be had out of most Southern Ports from Newport to Brookings. If you’re wanting to treat your 4th of July bbq guests to some fresh salmon, now is the time!

The Rogue Bay out of Gold Beach is starting to heat up along with the valley temps and will be a good bet if you can’t get out on the ocean. Trout fishing at the larger lakes like Lost Creek and Applegate are still good and bass
fishing in the ponds are good in the mornings and late afternoons. Again, 100 degree weather for the upcoming weekend in the valley may inspire a trip to the coast, so my best bet would be to book a charter trip (if you don’t have a boat of your own) and/ or try for some Sea-run Cutthroat trout or surf Perch fishing.

Salmon fishing the Rogue will now be limited until 2 pm.
 

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