Some of the finest fishing in Oregon is right here in the Land of Umpqua. Fishing enthusiasts will find just about every style of fishing in the waters of the North Umpqua to the ocean waters at Winchester Bay and the lakes in between. The North Umpqua River east of Roseburg is internationally recognized for its fishing opportunities. Fishing brochures are available at the Roseburg Area Chamber of Commerce & Visitor Center. Also, check out Guide Services on this page for links to professional fishing guides in the Roseburg area.
This guide contains information you need to legally fish throughout Oregon. Note: Regulations may change on short notice during the year or season. For the latest on regulations or other fishing information, contact ODFW. Click on the photo to the right to view the "2014 Oregon Sport Fishing Regulations."
4192 N. Umpqua Highway, Roseburg OR 97470
Fishing Guide Services
Most fishing guides have been fishing their whole lives, and no one will know the species and hot spots like them. Here is a sampling of guides in the Land of Umpqua.
Rich Brooks, former football coach for the University of Oregon Ducks (1977-94) recalls a magic moment on the Umpqua River, near Elkton. Rich Brooks Article
Spawning salmon and steelhead can now jump and swim through a man-made passage over the Soda Springs Dam to a portion of the North Umpqua River the fish haven’t traveled for 60 years. Soda Springs Fish Passage
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Roseburg Area Chamber of Commerce & Visitor Center
410 SE Spruce St.
PO Box 1262
Roseburg, OR 97470