Cinco De Mayo! Last May I joined a good friend and his crew for a day on the Prowler. There were 17 of us and we were able to nearly limit the boat.
You can come here and fish any time of the year. Catch surfperch from the beach, mid March through May. A run of spring Chinook salmon is available late-March through mid-June on the Rogue and Umpqua rivers.
We boast one of the highest catch per angler rates on the coast. Our season normally runs from March through October. We run seven days a week, two trips per day weather permitting.
The bar is subject to breaking waves even in calm seas. A seasonal light and fog signal are located on the south jetty. The skipper should be experienced with the local bar conditions before attempting to cross the bar.
Bandon Oregon Ocean Charter Fishing. Here the Coquille River meets the Pacific. Outstanding Dungeness Crabbing off the port docks or in the bay.
Please call to reserve your seat s for June-July-August. From start to finish, your experience and adventure matters to us. Great for families, children, and avid sports fishermen.
Are you interested in an Oregon Winter Steelhead outing? The Umpqua and Coquille river systems are tops in the state for big fish and big numbers. Expect plenty of action!
Looking for the latest crabbing and clamming updates? These are in-season regulation changes adopted on a temporary or emergency basis or adopted after the regulation book was printed. Please see e-regulations for permanent regulations.
Many of the regulations on these fisheries exist to keep bycatch of yelloweye rockfish within sustainable limits, in order to help the stock recover for example, depth restrictions in the bottomfish fishery, and no lingcod or rockfish during all-depth halibut days. ODFW encourages anglers to reduce impacts by using descending devices to release yelloweye rockfish, and better yet, to avoid areas where they might be caught. Bycatch of yelloweye rockfish is high during the all-depth halibut fisheries because many of the popular halibut fishing spots occur on or near the deep water rocky reefs where yelloweye rockfish reside.