Although the following two books cover the Umpqua and Rogue rivers in their entirety, there is also information about the lower sections of the rivers and their spring chinook fisheries. Each book attempts to cover every slough, stream or pond connected to these major river systems.
The first book is the Rogue River Angler and in it’s 96 pages, it covers virtually every fishery available to the system – including the more overlooked ones. It also mentions how some fish runs have changed since the construction of the dams forming Applegate and Lost Creek Reservoirs. The book retails for $11.95 and is available on this web site.
The other book is the Umpqua River Angler and in its 80 pages it covers the Umpqua River system in its entirety. It also stresses the most overlooked fisheries and fishing spots in the Umpqua River system. The book sells for $8.95 and is also available on this website.