Experience Gold Beach fishing at it's best! Gold Beach, Oregon is located on the Southern Oregon coast and is home to several wild rivers including the world renowned Rogue River. Fish your choice of the Elk, Sixes, Chetco, Rogue or the Illinois Rivers. Whether you are visiting Gold Beach for a short day trip or for a lengthy vacation, you will fish in and around Gold Beach year-round: late summer, fall, winter, or spring.
Create Gold Beach fishing memories with family and friends!
With so many great rivers within a short drive
we can get on a fishable river at any time of year!
Gold Beach Steelhead Fishing
(January - March)
Start off the new year in pursuit of Steelhead from a powerboat or drift boat. Steelhead typically range from 5 to 12 pounds. The weather will choose which river we will fish; the Rogue, Elk, Sixes, Chetco or Illinois. We can provide more Gold Beach fishing opportunity on the upper Chetco, Illinois, and the Rogue due to the three allocated permits we have in hand.
Gold Beach Salmon Fishing
(April – June)
Spring Chinook enter the Rogue in late march and run through June. These are some of the hardest fighting and best eating salmon in the world. These Gold Beach fish range from 10 to 35 pounds. Enjoy this most relaxing fishery you will experience - all from the comfort of a covered ,heated boat.
Gold Beach Salmon Fishing
(August – October)
Gold Beach Fall fishing is reserved for Chinook and Coho (Silver) Salmon. Rogue RIver Bay fishing is done in a powerboat with comfortable seats and with many amenities nearby.
Ranging from 10-45 pounds, one strike from these fish and you will be hooked!
Fall Chinook Salmon... are caught chrome bright and fresh from the ocean.
This run peaks August through September.
Coho (Silver) Salmon...if you have never caught a Coho Salmon you are missing out!
These fish hit hard and fight even better.
They average 6 to 15 pounds and enter the river in Mid-September through October.
Gold Beach Area Salmon Fishing
(November – December)
Salmon are beginning their spawning runs up the smaller Elk, Sixes, and Chetco Rivers. These large, hard fighting salmon are targeted from a comfortable two person drift boat. Relax as you sit with the warmth of a heater and the crisp cool air of the early morning river breeze.
These Winter trips are the most beautiful of all trips.
We will do all of the work as you relax and enjoy the outdoors. Call or send an email. We would be more than happy to answer any questions about Gold Beach fishing and get you set up for your next fishing Gold Beach fishing adventure.
To see one of my guided trips down the Illinois and Sixes River you can click HERE!
Let Tyson Crumley's Guide Service show you Gold Beach fishing at it's best!
Give us a call at 541-698-8338