Umpqua River Fishing Guides

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Oregon fishing guides in Southern Oregon fishing for Salmon, Bass and Sturgeon
and charters or charter boats in Southern Oregon on the Oregon Coast.

Umpqua River Fishing Guides

Umpqua River fishing guides fish for Salmon, Sturgeon, Steelhead, Bass, Striped Bass, Smallmouth Bass, Shad, trophy Sturgeon, keeper Sturgeon, white Sturgeon and green Sturgeon on the Umpqua River and nearby rivers such as the Elk River, Sixes River, Rogue River, and the Smith River.

The best Umpqua River fishing guides fish Southern Oregon rivers including the North Umpqua the South Umpqua and the main Umpqua river for Salmon. Popular fish are Fall Chinook Salmon Chum Salmon, Coho Salmon and silvers. Bass including Smallmouth Bass and largemouth Bass and Sturgeon are popular fish on the Umpqua River in Southern Oregon.

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The Umpqua River Guide
Charles Ireland of NW Sportfishing Guide Service offers fully guided fishing trips on the Umpqua, Coos, Coquille, Rogue, Willamette, and Columbia rivers, bays, and ocean of Oregon for Salmon, Steelhead, and Sturgeon.
Experienced guide Charles Ireland is offering professional friendly service with over 10 years experience guiding Oregon's top fisheries. Our trips are great for anyone with any experience level. Our goal for every trip is that you have fun and are successful.

Loon Lake Lodge and RV Resort

Loon Lake Lodge and RV Resort, located at Loon Lake near Reedsport, on the central Oregon Coast offers cottages with kitchens, full hook-up RV sites, Yurts, motel rooms and tent sites. Shower facilities and laundry facilities are also adjacent to the RV sites and the cottages.
This combination makes experiencing outdoor Oregon, accessible to those who want the basic camping experience as well as groups needing full service accommodations. An on-site restaurant provides meals for individual travelers and groups. The lodge also has a convenience store and gas pumps.
In addition, the Lakeside House is available for groups. The two-bedroom home has a large gathering room with floor to ceiling stone fireplace and windows with a view of the lake. The full kitchen and meeting room with a capacity of approximately 35 complete the space.
The lake is known for its smooth waters, blocked from the winds by the mountain peaks that surround the entire two-mile long lake. This recreation area is abundant with activities such as fishing, hunting, hiking, water skiing, and kayaking. Loon Lake Lodge and RV resort offers amenities that include boat rentals and marina.
The lodge's web site at displays a photo gallery of the entire property as well as on-line reservation system for the individual traveler. Reservations for groups and leisure travelers can be made by calling

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  • Striped Bass

  • World Record Striped Bass

  • Smallmouth Bass

  • Shad

  • Crabbing

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Visit and see how Umpqua River fishing guides like Todd Hannah catch trophy Sturgeon, keeper Sturgeon, Chinook Salmon, Smallmouth bass, Striped Bass, ( 100 Bass a day! ), and Shad trolling, still fishing, back bouncing, drifting, from a jet sled, spin casting with light tackle, or fly fishing!


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Make a reservation today to fish the Umpqua River in Southern Oregon with a popular Southern Oregon fishing guide. The fishing guides listed on this website offer fishing trips for Steelhead and Salmon or Sturgeon as well as Bass, Stripers and various other popular fish.

Diamond Lake RV Park This privately owned park is operated on leased government land in the Umpqua National Forest at the south end of Diamond Lake. The seasonal park (May-September) has 160 RV spaces with 35 pull-throughs. Located at an elevation of 5200 feet it is located on 22 wooded acres just 85 miles east of Roseburg off Highway #138. Closest RV Park to Crater Lake.

This park is located adjacent to the Douglas County Fairgrounds Complex and the Douglas County Museum at I-5 exit #123. There are 50 spaces for trailer, RV and tent camping, some with hook-ups. There are showers and restrooms. Nearby is a boat ramp on the South Umpqua River, a picnic area and playground.

Douglas County Parks For a complete listing of all county parks, including the 4 overnight campgrounds in the Roseburg area, click on this category. Amacher County Park on the North Umpqua River 5 miles north of Roseburg at I-5 exit #129; Whistler's Bend County Park on the North Umpqua River 12 miles east of Roseburg off Highway #138; Stanton County Park located 19 miles south of Roseburg off I-5 at exit #99 just north of Canyonville on the South Umpqua River; Chief Miwaleta, Galesville Reservoir, I-5 exit #88, 7 miles east on Upper Cow Creek Rd; Pass Creek County Park in north Douglas County at I-5 exit #163 near Curtin.

45 years experience fishing the world from Alaska to the South Coast of Oregon

The Salmon Master Salmon Fishing Guide

     Terry Seamster is "the Salmon Master" and he fishes the Columbia River and all of Oregon's most popular waters from Buoy 10 & Astoria all the way to Portland and the Willamette River. Then to the Oregon coastal rivers in the Tillamook Bay area, the Nehalem Bay & the Wilson & Trask rivers. Then through Southern Oregon on the world famous Umpqua River and Winchester Bay. GOOD SEATS FILL FAST so call early. 503-484-8900

Elkton RV Park

Located on the beautiful Umpqua River. Park offers full hook-up sites with 50 Amp service, large fully outfitted group pavilion, central campfire ring, complimentary Wireless Internet access, laundry facilities, drift boat ramp and gift shop. A Good Sam park and Woodalls's rated. Located 20 miles West of I-5 and 35 miles East of Reedsport, one block off Hwy 138.

Gary's Guide Service Salmon Fishing guides In Southern Oregon

Umpqua river fishing reports

By Gary Lewis Guide Service

Umpqua River Fishing Report Previous Season

Gary Lewis Umpqua river fishing guide

A good day on the North Umpqua. My boat hooked 8 steelhead but we only landed 3. All were about 8 to 12 lbs. Dan's boat hooked 10 steelhead and one of them was 16 lbs. On Saturday the first Spring Chinook was landed when fishing for steelhead. So, in about two to three weeks we should see more and more Spring Chinook hook ups. Now is the time to get Spring Chinook trips booked for the later part of April and the first part of May. Also get your Shad trip booked for the second half of May and June.

Typical Older Fishing Report For The Umpqua River

Umpqua river Steelhead

The first 1/2 of March we were doing very well on winter steelhead with many big fish in the high teens. On the North and South Umpqua Rivers. Now we have switched over to the North Umpqua and will remain there till the end of April. At the present time fishing is a bit slow the water is too low and clear and the fish are hard to get. Yesterday 3/13/04 we hooked 4 fish and landed 2 and they were around 9 lbs. Just last week we were hooking around 5 to 8 fish a trip many around 10 to 18 lbs. All we need is some rain and we will be  catching nice fish once more and maybe a Spring Salmon or two. Now is the time to get a Spring Salmon trip or a Shad trip booked. Just call or e-mail. Thanks 

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