Fishing Guides for North Umpqua, South Umpqua, main Umpqua, Elk river, Rogue River, Sixes river, Coquille river, Coos river and other popular Southern Oregon fishing rivers


Smallmouth Bass     Salmon     Shad     Steelhead     Fly Fishing     Drift Fishing
 

The Umpqua River in July and August has the best Smallmouth Bass fishing in the
Northwest. During an average day of fishing you may hook form 60 to 100 Smallmouth depending your fishing ability. Smallmouth Bass range in size from 3
inches to over 5 pounds with most of them around 9 to 14 inches, They are great
scrappers and very aggressive so every one hooks a lot of fish, making them
great for kids. The water is clear and you see almost every fish you hook
come up and take bass fishing lures. All fishing is done form drift boats.
To catch Smallmouth we use flies like streamers and poppers. Also Rapalla
plugs, spinners, and plastic worms. Our Smallmouth Bass fishing trips are quite an adventure as these trips cover ten miles of river, and the scenery is spectacular, and wild life is abundant.

 
The Smallmouth Bass fight so hard here that sometimes they can jump right out of the photograph so hold on tight!


You will see Eagles, Elk, Deer, Osprey, and even a Bear every now and then. When we
have couples we serve a shore lunch. We cook up 3 or 4 of the bass you have
landed and then we add a salad, French bread and some other goodies plus a beverage of your choice. If you want a day of just super fishing and great weather try
the Umpqua Smallmouth bass fishing trip.

WHETHER IT IS A STEELHEAD RISING TO MEET YOUR FLY, a Smallmouth Bass crashing your Plug, or a muscle-straining Salmon testing you to the the limit, the PROFESSIONALS that can take to the action are at GARY'S GUIDE SERVICE.

Gary's Guide Service     33 Years Of Experience
1-877-672-2460 (541) 672-2460

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541-672-2460

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607 Fawn Drive    Roseburg, OR  97470

541-672-2460

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Fishing Guides for North Umpqua, South Umpqua, main Umpqua, Elk river, Rogue River, Sixes river, Coquille river, Coos river and other popular Southern Oregon fishing rivers