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Our View: Anglers, boat operator should get along - Opinion

The Rogue Flyfishers Association and jetboat operator Taylor Grimes haven’t been getting along on the Rogue River near TouVelle State Park. The fishing club’s answer is to ban jetboats above the Table Rock Road bridge, but everyone ought to be able to play well together on the water without resorting to a solution that favors one side over the other. 14 more words


Flyfishers hope to ban Upper Rogue jetboats - News

A local fishing club and a river-side landowner have turned to the Oregon State Marine Board in an attempt to jettison an excursion tour-boat operator from a 24-mile stretch of the upper Rogue River over user conflicts and safety concerns. 56 more words

Mail Tribune

Army Corps could put Cole Rivers Hatchery operation up for bid

A change in how the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers interprets its acquisition regulations means it could privatize the operation of Cole Rivers Hatchery on the Rogue River and six other hatcheries it owns in Oregon. 55 more words

Dept. Of Fish & Wildlife



From all over the world, Sasquatch has captivated the imaginations of millions.  Rarely seen, difficult to photograph and harder yet to track, more than two hundred fifty sightings alone were reported  in 2012. 65 more words

Viewpoint Mike Loop (Lost Creek Lake) 24-Jan-2017

After the Great Storm (aka the Big Dump) of 2017, we were able to sneak in a quick hike before the Spawn of the Great Storm was upon us.   1,367 more words


Whisky Creek Cabin (Rogue River Trail) 13-Jan-2017

Whisky Creek Cabin is the oldest known still standing mining cabin in the remote lower Rogue River canyon. It sits just above the iconic Rogue River Trail ( 1,235 more words


Oregon and a Family Story!

As Ed commented in his Thanksgiving post we are settled in back “home” in Maryland for the duration (February/March) but we do want to share with you our travels this past Autumn. 1,631 more words