"Rogue River Fishing War"

The Rogue River in Southern Oregon flowing 215 miles (346 km) from near Crater Lake to the Pacific Ocean is one of the first 8 rivers named in the 1968 Wild and Scenic Rivers Act that forbids manmade impediment of its natural flow in two long sections totaling 124 miles (200 km),nearly 58 percent.

Rogue River watershed map

 

 

 

 

'fishing war' may be an allusion to the Rogue River Wars of the 1800s between European settlers and local indigenous tribes culminating in the near complete removal of natives to reservations far north of their Rogue River basin homes after 1859

 

See the wild and scenic vistas of the Rogue River