Trip Info

Exceptional angling opportunities are available in Oregon Coast rivers year-round through JD Angling Adventures. Pick the time that works best for you, keeping in mind that peak seasons fill up fast. While the best fisheries are usually booked up to a year in advance, Jack will do everything possible to accommodate your needs. Find out more about fishing trips for each of these species.

Stripers
Steelhead
Smallmouth Bass
Coho Salmon
Chinook Salmon

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  • Book early for your best opportunities
  • Fishing rates are $200 per person (2 anglers minimum,)
  • Fishing Trip Discounts for 4 or more anglers and multi-day trips
  • Large groups and corporate accounts welcome
  • Hotel, motel, RV and bed & breakfast accommodations available upon request.
  • All fishing bait and tackle provided
  • Coast Guard licensed (inland & near coastal waters)
  • Bring warm clothes and rain gear
  • Oregon fishing license and appropriate tags required
  • Food and drink is not provided. Please pack desired lunch and refreshments.

 

    • Spring

    • Oregon Striper Bass Fishing

      Oregon Striper Bass Fishing

      $135.00 1/2 day, $200 Full

      Oregon Striped Bass (Striper) season runs February through April. These awesome fighters can hold their own with any of the other larger Oregon coast fish species. If you are looking for some early spring fishing action, this trip may be just the one you're looking for.

      There are two Oregon River basins that have significant populations of striped bass.  These are the lower Umpqua River / Smith River estuary, and Coos Bay and associated rivers, especially the Coquille River system.

       

    • Spring Chinook Salmon

      Spring Chinook Salmon

      $135.00 1/2 day, $200 Full

      We have two salmon seasons in Oregon, the spring run, and the fall run.

      The Spring Salmon run begins in April on the rivers of the Oregon coast. I will fish here until the fish begin to migrate upstream, usually the beginning of May, then I will follow them to their tributaries. I will fish for spring Salmon here through June. Peak time for spring Salmon is April-Mid June. Spring Salmon average 15-25 pounds.

       

    • Summer

    • Summer Steelhead

      Summer Steelhead

      $135.00 1/2 day, $200 Full

      Steelhead are available most of the year in Oregon, we have two distinct runs of steelhead and they each have their peak season.

      Summer Steelhead begin entering the river systems in April and fishing for them is very good through July.  Summer steelhead are very aggressive biters and I fish all different methods for them, including Fly Fishing, Spinner Fishing and Bouncing Bait. Summer Steelhead average 8-12 pounds and are great fighters.

    • Smallmouth Bass

      Smallmouth Bass

      $135.00 1/2 day, $200 Full

      Smallmouth bass trips on the Umpqua River near Roseburg, Oregon. This is a catching trip, not a fishing trip. An average day Smallmouth fishing will be 50-100 fish per rod! They can be caught on just about all methods including flies, plastic worms and plugs. This is a great trip for everyone who just wants to catch a lot of fish on a beautiful river. The best fishing is during the hot part of the summer, July and August are best, by this time the water has warmed into the high 70’s and these fish are very aggressive.
      This is a great trip for youngsters or people who have not fished a lot, as well as hard core  anglers. The average size Smallmouth on the Umpqua is 10 inches but most days will see a few fish in the 16-20 inch range brought to the boat.

    • Fall

    • Coho Silver Salmon

      Coho Silver Salmon

      $135.00 1/2 day, $200 Full

      Silver Salmon or Coho Salmon – fishing for either can be really exhilarating - just hang on and reel! Silvers, some in excess of 20 pounds enter the river on their annual migration which can number in the hundreds of thousands. These hard fighting acrobatic fish make for great table fare, averaging 10 to 12 pounds. During our Fall Silver Salmon Season, that can last right on through the the end of December, it is not at all uncommon to catch fish in the high teens to mid twenties on a daily basis.

    • Fall Chinook Salmon

      Fall Chinook Salmon

      $135.00 1/2 day, $200 Full

      We have two salmon seasons in Oregon, the spring run, and the fall run.

      The Fall Salmon run begins in Mid August but is very reliable in September and October. I fish the Fall run in the tidal portion of the Siuslaw River, near the coastal town of Florence and on the Umpqua River near Reedsport. These fish are still in tidewater and are as fresh as they will ever be. This fishery holds up through September thru October being peak times.

    • Winter

    • Winter Steelhead

      $135.00 1/2 day, $200 Full

      Steelhead are available most of the year in Oregon, we have two distinct runs of steelhead and they each have their peak season.

      Winter Steelhead begin showing in the coastal rivers in mid December and fishing for them is good through March, with January and February being the peak. Winter Steelhead are fished for with bait, salmon eggs and sand shrimp. I usually side drift bobber fish and back bounce for them. The water temperature is usually in the forties so fly fishing is not too productive at this time of year.

    • Oregon Striper Bass Fishing

      Oregon Striper Bass Fishing

      $135.00 1/2 day, $200 Full

      Oregon Striped Bass (Striper) season runs February through April. These awesome fighters can hold their own with any of the other larger Oregon coast fish species. If you are looking for some early spring fishing action, this trip may be just the one you're looking for.

      There are two Oregon River basins that have significant populations of striped bass.  These are the lower Umpqua River / Smith River estuary, and Coos Bay and associated rivers, especially the Coquille River system.

       

    • Coho Silver Salmon

      Coho Silver Salmon

      $135.00 1/2 day, $200 Full

      Silver Salmon or Coho Salmon – fishing for either can be really exhilarating - just hang on and reel! Silvers, some in excess of 20 pounds enter the river on their annual migration which can number in the hundreds of thousands. These hard fighting acrobatic fish make for great table fare, averaging 10 to 12 pounds. During our Fall Silver Salmon Season, that can last right on through the the end of December, it is not at all uncommon to catch fish in the high teens to mid twenties on a daily basis.