Fall is my favorite time to fish the waters of Southern Oregon. The Wood and Williamson Rivers both close November 1st, but there are some amazing opportunities between now and then. I have been witnessing some amazing hatches of mahogany Duns, and more than a few fish are keying on them. The weather is beautiful lately, which makes the days on the boat that much more enjoyable. If flinging flies for steelhead is more your fancy, then don’t forget about the upper Rogue River. The fishing has been great, and fish have been caught on both the swing and dead drift. If you need any information on these fisheries, please contact Brent. Tight Lines!