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Nate Kinney Fishing Guides

Taking On One Fish At A Time

NK Fishing Guides is a local guide service based out of Southern Oregon but, providing guided trips all over the state. Fishing the rogue river and surrounding areas from a young age led Nate Kinney to start NK Fishing Guides the beginning of 2016. We specialize in year round guided fishing trips for spring and fall salmon, winter and summer steelhead, trout and bass. If river fishing isn’t your style, that’s okay, we have various lakes we can hit for trout, kokanee, bass or just a good time! Not into fishing at all but you still want to enjoy a trip down the river without worrying about your raft popping or getting soaking wet; hop in the boat for a beautiful scenic lunch on the river. No matter your age or style, we will do our best to ensure quality service and an exciting day with NK Fishing Guides!

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Becoming a full time fishing guide

Deciding to be a guide was the best thing for Nate. Now he is able to live out his passion while giving others the opportunity to experience fishing at a new level of greatness. Come fish with one of the best fishing guide services in southern Oregon!


Blog Posts

Stay up to date with NK Fishing Guides by following our blog! We love to keep you up to date with the seasons, the fish and what is going on in our guide world!

How do you catch salmon in the Rogue River?

Salmon fishing in the Rogue River is one of the most exciting outdoor activities that the great state of Oregon has to offer. Not only is the river gorgeous, but it is also full of hard-fighting and tasty chinook salmon. Coho salmon are another option, especially in...

Are there bass in the Rogue River?

When people think of fishing on the Rogue River in Oregon, it’s usually salmon they have on their minds. This is hardly surprising, given the Rogue’s remarkable runs of chinooks and cohos over the course of the year. But you might be wondering if you can also target...

Is the Rogue River open for fishing?

If you’re at all familiar with the Rogue River in Oregon, then you’re probably eager to target all those salmon you’ve heard about. From the delicious spring and fall chinooks to the fall cohos, the Rogue really does have a tremendous salmon fishery. Before going out...