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Oregon Coast Steelhead

The Big Game Hunt of Steelheading
  • A huge steelhead from the southern Oregon Coast
    Trophy Steelhead You can catch the fish of a lifetime any day on the southern Oregon Coast. Our clients have landed numerous steelhead in the twenty pound range.
  • Rafting a river on the southern Oregon Coast
    Raft Trips Many of our southern Oregon Coast trips are raft trips. We also do walk/wade trips on all of the fisheries and jet boat trips on the Lower Rogue.
  • A large steelhead from the southern Oregon Coast
    We fish all techniques While many fish fall prey to big spey flies like the one pictured here, some coastal steelies really want a dead-drifted glo bug. We do what it takes to catch these magnificent fish.
  • Jon Hazlett with a huge steelhead from the southern Oregon Coast
    Ocean-fresh steelhead Most of the fish we catch in this area are within 10 miles of the ocean. These are hard-fighting chromers!
  • The Lower Rogue River in southern Oregon
    The Lower Rogue The marquee destination in this area is the Lower Rogue River. Thousands of steelhead migrate up this river every season.
  • Sight fishing for steelhead on a small southern Oregon Coast stream
    Sight Fishing You can actually sight-fish for steelhead on some of the smaller southern Oregon Coastal streams.
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Season
Flies

Steelheading is a passion for us. There is no other place we would rather be than winter Steelheading on the Southern Oregon Coast. Why? As our coastal rivers rise and fall with winter rains, big, wild steelhead push into emerald waters, seeking refuge in glassy tail-outs and choppy riffles. Opportunities for the steelhead of a lifetime come numerous times each season.

January, February and March are the best months to connect with one of these powerful fish. Our primary destinations include the lower Rogue and Chetco Rivers, and we have many great secondary options nearby.

Oregon Coast Guide Availability
Dec 11: Gino Bernero
Dec 12: Gino Bernero
Dec 13: Gino Bernero
Dec 17: Gino Bernero
Dec 18: Gino Bernero
Dec 19: Gino Bernero
Dec 20: Gino Bernero
Dec 21: Gino Bernero
Dec 22: Gino Bernero
Jan 10: Leslie Ajari
For more Coastal Oregon dates, please visit our Online Booking page!
Gear Recommendations for the Oregon Coast
Rods, Reels & Lines: We use 7-8wt switch rods and 7-9wt spey rods on the Southern Oregon Coast. We fish floating lines on the switch rods and interchangeable tip Skagit lines on the spey rods.
Leaders, Tippet & Indicators: We usually use 10-15# Maxima tippet on the Southern Oregon Coast. Tapered leaders are not necessary.
Waders & Boots: We use chest-high breathable waders on the Southern Oregon Coast. Spiked wading boots are recommended, but not absolutely necessary. Make sure to bring your own wading belt.
Season
January, February and March are the prime months for winter steelheading on the Oregon Coast.
Flies:
Nymphs:
• Black Rubberlegs, 6
• Morrish's Dirty Bird, olive, 6-8
Eggs:
• Large, weighted Glo Bugs, orange
• Thunder Eggs, orange, 6
Leeches for Swinging:
• Fox's Sleech, Black & Copper, 2
• Miller's Olive Super Spey Leech, 1
• Egg Sucking String Leech, 2
Sample Itinerary
Meeting Time & Place: We typically meet our clients at their hotel at 7:30am.
Vehicle Considerations: Typically we have our clients ride with us in our own vehicles. However, be prepared to follow us in your own vehicle. We may need to use your vehicle to help run our shuttle.
Wading difficulty: We do all kinds of trips on the rivers of the southern Oregon coast. We do walk/wade trips, jet boat trips, and float trips using our drift boats and rafts. All trips involve wading. The wading on these rivers is mostly over cobble bottoms and not overly challenging.
Multiple Fisheries in one Day: There are many rivers on the southern Oregon coast. We are always on the hunt for the best water conditions. In a full day of fishing we might visit two or more different rivers.
Length of the Day: Most full days conclude around 5:30pm. Half days end around 1:00pm.
Lodging & Travel Info
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