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Rogue River, Upper

Tuesday, February 21, 10:07 p.m. PST


Current River Levels

For 7-day, 30-day, and one-year graphs, click bold type below.

GAGE LOCATION

DAY/YEAR
GRAPHS

CURRENT
STAGE/FLOW

WHAT TIME

S Fk Rogue / Prospect

7 30 year

3.18 / 255

9 pm

Rogue / Cole Rivers Hatchery

7 30 year

3.71 / 2720

9 pm

Elk Ck / near Trail

7 30 year

7.48 / 1630

9 pm

Rogue / Dodge Bridge

7 30 year

5.94 / 7990

9 pm


Weather

Click bold type for weather from NOAA, Accuweather, or The Weather Channel

CITY

Medford

NOAA

Accuweather

TWC

Grants Pass

NOAA

Accuweather

TWC

Shady Cove

NOAA

Accuweather

TWC


What to Expect in February

How to use this section.


Hatches divided by half-month.  Super    Major    Minor    Slight    None

HATCH

NYMPH/
LARVA

PUPA/
EMERGER

DUN/
ADULT

EGG-
LAYER

Blue-winged olive

March brown

Salmonfly

Midge

Leech


Some winter steelhead will arrive in the upper Rogue this month, and a few summer runs are left over, too. Look for river levels under 2,000 cfs at Dodge Bridge. Fishing will be better during mild weather.

The Rogue has excellent hatches of March browns, and sufficient numbers of trout to gobble them down. Hatches may begin before this month ends. Some of the best fishing is in the middle Rogue (below Grants Pass) and the wild-and-scenic canyon. Wintering half-pounders will take your dry fly or a nymph below riffles. The river is open for trout through the end of March, except the "Holy Water" below Lost Creek Dam which is open all year.

For more on February tactics and flies, see the Rivers in General forecast

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