Umpqua Pinkfin Run Continues To Improve

Although the redtailed surfperch run in the Umpqua River above Winchester is continuing to improve, it is still erratic to the point where many anglers are having a tough time catching fish. But it seems like every few days there is a noticeable improvement in the percentage of anglers making good catches.

Berdett Howell came all the way from Bismark, North Dakota to fish for the famous pink fin perch with Bryan Gill of the Umpqua Angler (541-852-9889). They landed 32 perch before the wind came up. Not all the perch were kept and most were taken in Fishing in 17" of water on the opposite side of the river from Bouy 12. Bryan Gill (The Umpqua Angler) is offering Umpqua River surfperch trips for $110 per person.

Berdett Howell came all the way from Bismark, North Dakota to fish for the famous pink fin perch with Bryan Gill of the Umpqua Angler (541-852-9889). They landed 32 perch before the wind came up. Not all the perch were kept and most were taken in Fishing in 17″ of water on the opposite side of the river from Bouy 12. Bryan Gill (The Umpqua Angler) is offering Umpqua River surfperch trips for $110 per person.

About Pete Heley

Writes and self-publishes Oregon and Washington fishing books.
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