Andras Outfitters Fly Fishing



Address:

United States

Oregon

PO BOX 1387 / TALENT, OREGON 97540


Coordinates:

Latitude: 42.245647

Longitude: -122.788687


Administrator

Contact:

800-488-5794

530-722-7992

530-227-4837


Communication language

English


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andrasoutfitters@me.com

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Fly Fishing for Steelhead

 

Certainly one of the more celebrated rivers in the Pacific Northwest, the Rogue River captivated the famous author and angler Zane Grey in the early 1900's, inspired his work, Tales of Fresh Water Fishing (1928) and became one of eight rivers originally included in the National Wild & Scenic Rivers Act (1968).   Today, anglers continue to celebrate the return of her steelhead and the completion of three dam removal projects in 2010 prompted the Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife to label present day as an “epic time for the Rogue River” and its native, anadromous fish.   

 

Including some 60 river miles, the upper Rogue spans roughly from Shady Cove to Grants Pass and supports both summer and winter steelhead.  Typically ranging from 18 to 30 inches, the majority of adults tape between 22 and 28 inches in length.  Winter steelhead can exceed 10 pounds and occasionally reach weights to the mid-teens.  Though present every month of the year, July through December and February through mid-April represent the unofficial seasons of each run respectively.

 

Dead drifted nymphs under indicators and flies swung on tight lines are both effective techniques on the upper Rogue and the pull from wild steelhead and abundance of beautiful fly water will generate a lasting connection with every angler.

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