The Umpqua River, approximately 111 miles long rises in the high Cascade Mountains.
The Umpqua is named for the ancestors of the Umpqua, Southern Molalla, Yoncalla and Cow Creek Band of Umpqua Tribe Indians who lived here before Mt. Mazama erupted forming Crater Lake.
Our Umpqua River fishing guides fish, the South Umpqua River located near the town of Canyonville, 25 miles south of Roseburg and about 45 miles north of Grants Pass.
Guides and guests love to fish the Umpqua because of its successful hatchery program and the large chrome steelhead the Umpqua tends to produce.
Peak of the Season
Our guides fish the Umpqua River for winter steelhead January through March. Winter weather can make fishing conditions challenging, but weather and river conditions permitting, the months highlighted below are the peak of the Umpqua steelhead season.
The Umpqua has some of the best winter steelhead fishing in Southern Oregon.