Humble Heron Fly Fishing
Orvis-Endorsed Fly-Fishing Outfitter in Oregon
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Rates range from: $350-$2300
Summer-run steelhead, winter-run steelhead, Coho, fall Chinook, rainbow trout, sea-run cutthroat
Summer-run steelhead: June-December
Winter-run steelhead: December-April
Fall Chinook salmon: August-September
Coastal cutthroat: Any month
Coho salmon: October-November
Rainbow trout: May-July
The Rogue river is accessible from the banks but has limited access. The most effective fishing is done with boat transportation. There are varied types of water and terrain that all levels of anglers can enjoy. Anywhere from easily stepped down gravel runs to tricky ledges and boulder gardens. The river is a small and intimate to very large, wide, high flow, depending on what section of river you fish. This makes the river conducive to both single-hand and two-hand rods.
The weather in Oregon is often unpredictable but fairly mild and stable. Southern Oregon sits in a "banana belt" of temperate weather. In the heart of fall fishing, one can find themselves fishing in a t-shirt. In winter months, expect rain and at times snowfall.
What is Provided:
Meals provided: Onshore lunch with coffee/tea, water, and soup. You may also bring any other beverages you wish.
Tackle provided: All flies, rods, reels, leaders, and tippet. Of course, use of your personal gear is welcomed.
What to Bring:
- Any snacks or beverages you wish. Reusable water bottles will be provided. We will have a refill jug. We are an earth-conscience company.
- A small dry bag if you wish to keep items dry. If not your guide will have one for you.
- We bring toilet paper in case of an emergency, but feel free to bring some if you wish.
- Sunscreen and/or a hat to block the sun.
- Warm hat and gloves.
- Waders and wading boots.
- Wading staff is recommended but not required. We have staffs for use if desired.
- Always be prepared for rain—a rain jacket often is our best tool.
- Dressing in layers can be very helpful as temperatures can fluctuate throughout the day. We recommend synthetics as they wick moisture.
- Fly rods, flies, and leaders if you wish to fish your own gear.
- Two-hand rods in the 12-14 ft. range, 5wt-8wt. Single-hand rods in the 9-11 ft., 5wt-8wt.
- Floating lines and sinking lines, Sandi and Skagit lines.
- Sinking leaders, traditional tapered leaders, and floating leaders, 9 ft.-12 ft..
Humble Heron offers additional activities. James is an accomplished artist and offers trips that include instruction in oil and acrylic painting. There is also the option to have your trip captured in paint as James will follow the other guide and paint your experience fishing on the Rogue. Kid-oriented trips are also offered and are a great way to get the whole family involved and out in nature! Please inquire about these specialty trips.
Humble Heron is equal opportunity and offers services for folks with limited mobility. We are thrilled to get just about anyone out on the water to see this beautiful river.
Dogs are welcomed as long as we aren’t chasing them down every stop.
Parts of the Rogue are set in true wilderness and often cell phone reception is not possible. Sit back, you’re on river time!
Airport shuttles are possible. Check Medford International Airport for available services. We are happy to help you with this.
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