fishing-report

Fishing Report June 12, 2017

 Compiled by M.R.S. member Bill Rice and additional reports courtesy of Bill Karr, Editor, Northern California/Oregon Western Outdoor News.   North Coast Rivers  North Coast streams and rivers are regulated by low flow closures. Always call ahead to determine the condition of the river you want to fish. If not mentioned, the river is closed or no […]

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STEELHEADER OF THE YEAR AWARDS

1982 Tom Kolazar 1983 Harry Auilici 1984 Gary Enoch 1985 Sam Henderson 1986 Glenn Welden 1988 Don Hyatt 1989 George Moffett & Lynn Robinson 1990 Tom Gibson 1991 Gene Moore 1992 Bill Secombe 1993 Glenn Welden 1994 Wally Doucett 1995 Charles Texera 1996 Tom Gibson 1997 Hal Marks 1998 Marshall Freeman 1999 Ken Welborn 2000 […]

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The Middle Rogue Steelheaders would like to thank everyone for their generous donations to the 2016 Salmon Derby.

115 Broiler –  Advantage Tire – Andy Martin – Annie Clement – Applegate Lodge – Autosmith  – Azalea Lodge  –  Barlow Guide Service – Betty Kay  –  Big Rock Sports – Dave Strahan  –  Black Bird  –  Blind George  – Blondies Bistro  – Bohemian   Bradbury’s  – Brandborg Winery – Briggs Guide Service  –  Brookeside […]

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Salmon Derby testimonial

Andy Martin. Last weekend myself and a couple other Brookings guides (Sean Clemens and Travis Sallander) traveled to Grants Pass to participate in the Middle Rogue Steelheaders salmon derby. Like the Rowdy Creek derbies, the guides donate half of their daily fee as part of the fund-raiser. The proceeds go to salmon and steelhead habitat […]

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AMENDMENT TO NEW MEMBER FISHING POLICY

Why change the policy: For a very long time the club has had a policy of offering every new member a club sponsored river or lake trip with seating prioritized ahead of any other club member. The club membership has grown to the point that this policy is slowing or blocking trips for existing members […]

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Steelheaders get new website

We are excited about our new web site. The new design makes it easier to keep our site up-to-date. Hopefully, the site will be easier for our readers so you can get the Steelheader news you need.

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To restore and conserve the Rogue River and its tributaries
Design: A Street Web Design