ODFW Adopts Fall Plan for Rogue; No Change for Anglers
The Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission adopted a fall management plan for the Rogue River setting benchmarks for a desired number of Chinook and a minimum level of returns that would trigger measures to conserve the run.
The new plan creates no changes to the status quo when it comes to fish protection or angling.
The plan defines the run’s desired status as a running ten year average of just less than 58,000 Chinook returning to the basin. The current ten year average is more than 97,000.