Fishing in Central Point


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  • Rogue Rafting Co.
    Over its 155-mile path from the Cascade Mountains to the Pacific Ocean, the Rogue River alternates between slow-flowing Class I water to roiling, Class IV rapids that challenge even experienced paddlers. Rogue Rafting Co. is situated mere steps from the dynamic watercourse, making it easy for paddlers of all ages and abilities to go exploring by raft or kayak. Professional river guides lead tours that range from three-hour forays to multi-day camping trips. Though they challenge guests to brave the Class IV Nugget Falls and Power House rapids, they consider passengers’ comfort paramount. To that end, they welcome nervous guests to jump ashore, walk around the more challenging rapids, and then rejoin the group on the other side. Additionally, guides can customize tours to suit groups’ interests, whether it be tackling the most difficult rapids or taking time to spot eagles, osprey, and nomadic watercolor painters who roost along the shore.
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    207 Upper River Rd.
    Gold Hill, OR US
  • Tony's Crab Shack
    Fresh fare can be found at Tony's Crab Shack, where guests seek to sample every seafood dish on the menu. If you're looking for low-fat food, look elsewhere. If you're looking for great-tasting food, come to Tony's Crab Shack. No need to splurge on a baby sitter — tots will be right at home chowing down at Tony's Crab Shack. During the summer months, don't miss out on Tony's Crab Shack's outdoor patio seating. Wifi here is on the house. Take it nice and easy at Tony's Crab Shack, where casual dress is the rule of the day. If you're strapped for time, take out food from Tony's Crab Shack. Parking is easy at Tony's Crab Shack, especially those looking to park on the street or in a lot close by. Tony's Crab Shack offers parking for all diners, including those who travel by bike. Prices are reasonable, with a typical meal running under $30.
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    155 1st St SE
    Bandon, OR US
  • Nichols Guide & Charter
    Enthralled by the rugged and lush landscape that surrounded him, Steve Nichols wanted to find a way to connect with the natural beauty when he moved to Oregon back in 1993. He bought himself a drift boat, and headed out into the North Umpqua River and the Elk River. A few years later, he took on a jet sled, and started fishing for sturgeon and salmon that swim the Charleston and Winchester Bay. More than two decades later, he leads fishing expeditions year-round, helping seasoned pros and fishing newbies reel in catches. Spring through Fall, charters set out to cast lines for halibut, albacore tuna, rockfish, ling cod, and cabezon, depending on the time of year. There's also of plentitude of chinook salmon fishing on the lower Umpqua, and ocean salmon charters that take place May through September.
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    1685 Thompson Rd
    Coos Bay, OR US
  • Winchester Bay Charters
    Captain Tim Abraham has spent more than 30 years fishing, both in fresh water (the Umpqua River) and salt water (the Pacific Ocean). So he knows his way around his 25-foot heated Alumaweld boat. On charter trips, he shares his expertise with his passengers, taking them on quests for fish that include everything from Chinook salmon and small-mouthed bass to perch. He's not intimidated by sturgeon's size, either. He'll help passengers catch those too.
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    Umpqua River
    Elkton, OR US
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