Looking for a great fishing trip? Helen Burns is your guide to a great day on the river, fishing for Coho salmon, silver salmon, fall kings and spring chinook salmon, and steelhead.
Some awesome spring Chinook Salmon have already shown up on this beautiful river! If you’re looking to catch the really big salmon, look no further than Helen’s Guide Service for your Rogue River Salmon Fishing trip!
Want to see just how big the fish are that our clients pull out of the river? Click here to check out Helen’s 30-lb club!
You won’t find a more experienced guide than Helen Burns. Helen fished most all of her life, from Puget Sound to Alaska and right back to Gold Beach, where she calls home.
A guide with more than 20 years experience fishing for salmon, crab and halibut, Helen has worked on commerical boats and has been a guide on the Rogue River for salmon and steelhead for more than 11 years. Fishing is her life.
The Gold Beach/Curry County area’s abundance of fishing makes this area the place to be for the best salmon and steelhead fishing on the west coast.
The Rogue River is one of the most dramatic rivers in the continental US — designated Wild and Scenic by Congress, and a favorite of fishermen everywhere. The Rogue is a favorite filming destination and was used in the film “The River Wild” with Meryl Streep and Kevin Bacon. Famous for its whitewater and jetboats, most fishermen know that the real appeal lies in what’s under the flowing waters; Coho, silver, fall kings and spring chinook salmon, and steelhead.
Tackle is provided on our guided fishing trips, as well as breakfast on board. You’ll find your fishing needs are more than met with a guided trip by Helen Burns.
Helen enjoys people — all ages are welcome on these fishing trips! This could be you with a catch like this!
Helen’s one of the top guides on the Rogue, with a recent history of landing the largest salmon and the largest Spring Chinook.
Southern Oregon is famous for its abundance of wild and scenic rivers such as the Rogue River, which you will see in our many fishing photos on this site; the Illinois River, the Chetco River, the Elk River and the Sixes River — all within 45 minutes of Gold Beach, Oregon.