Rogue River Steelhead hitting Carpetbaggers and Hare’s Ears

Caught this Rogue River steelhead today on a Carpetbagger and dropper setup. The steelie was found in deep flowing water, no doubt where he was hunkering down on the cold bottom.

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2 thoughts on “Rogue River Steelhead hitting Carpetbaggers and Hare’s Ears

  1. Nice fish Neil! I’m actually gonna be in town at the beginning of November. Think im gonna try floating the river for artificial lure opener on the 1st. My pontoon boat is a blast in the rivers! And id definitely be down for a half day float!!! I dont know how to fly fish though. Take care.

    Shane.

    • Some of the fly fishing is so easly. Like casting the fly with the bubble on a spinning rod. Ok, not really fly fishing, but an effective technique that uses flies. Can also swing flies off the front of the driftboat. Sort of like plug fishing, but you hold a fly rod with 30 to 40 feet of line out and a fly on the end of it. I’m looking forward to plug season also. Begins Nov. 1st. I’ll be busy finishing up the deer season on the 1st and 2nd. Can’t miss those days in the hills. Neil

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