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Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife to conduct trout survey on Crooked River

PRINEVILLE, Ore. – Biologists from the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife will sample the Crooked River below Bowman Dam for redband trout and mountain whitefish from Monday, June 22 through Friday, June 26. Biologists will be electrofishing the river between Big Bend and Cobble Rock campgrounds and between Lower…


Sign Up Now For Youth Upland Bird Hunts in September in Oregon

SALEM, Ore.—ODFW and various sportsman groups will host a series of upland bird hunts for youth age 17 and under at locations statewide during the month of September. Participants can pursue pheasants, which will be stocked at all locations, plus quail and doves. A free shooting clinic will coincide with…


Columbia River Area Pacific Halibut Reopens For Aug 29 Only

NEWPORT – Sport fishing for Pacific halibut in the ocean off the Columbia River area will reopen for one day only on Friday, Aug. 29. Fishery managers determined there was sufficient catch limit remaining to reopen the fishery for one day. The combined spring and summer harvest quota for the…


Oregon Sport Anglers May No Longer Retain Cabezon

NEWPORT, Ore. – Sport boat anglers may not retain cabezon beginning Thursday, Aug. 21, 2008. Fishing for other bottomfish – such as most rockfish species, lingcod and greenling – remains open. Seven species of bottomfish, including cabezon caught by anglers in Oregon waters are managed under harvest caps – three…


Commission Adopts Game Bird Hunting Regulations: More Turkey Hunting Opportunities in NE Oregon

SALEM, Ore.– Oregon’s Fish and Wildlife Commission today adopted 2008-09 regulations for birds hunted in Oregon including migratory birds (duck, goose, mourning dove, band-tailed pigeon, coot, snipe) upland birds (pheasant, forest grouse, chukar, pheasant, California quail, mountain quail, sage grouse, turkey) and crows.  Most upland bird seasons operate under a…


A&H Program Opens Nearly 20,000 Acres of NE Oregon Private Lands to Public Hunting

LA GRANDE, Ore.— An agreement between the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife and three northeast Oregon landowners has opened almost 20,000 acres of private lands in Baker and Union counties to public hunting for the 2008-09 hunting seasons. This access is made possible by $46,187 in grant funds from…


Wolf Pack With Pups Confirmed in Northeastern Oregon

LA GRANDE, Ore.—A wolf pack that includes both adults and pups was confirmed in a forested area of northern Union County on Friday, the first evidence of multiple wolves and wolf reproduction in Oregon since wolves were extirpated from the state back in the mid-1940s. Wildlife biologists conducting a howling…


Imnaha and Wallowa Rivers Open For Spring Chinook Fishing

ENTERPRISE, Ore—The Fourth of July weekend just got better for anglers fishing the Imnaha and Wallowa rivers in northeast Oregon.  Beginning Friday, July 4, both rivers will open to hatchery spring chinook fishing through Sunday, July 13. “It is nice to see our efforts pay off for the sport angler,”…


Youth Fishing Event Scheduled Near Bend

BEND, Ore. – Young people interested in fishing will be able to give it a try at a youth fishing event hosted by the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife on Saturday, June 14 from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Century Pond southwest of Bend. “This event is specifically…


Fish and Wildlife Commission to consider modifying regulations for coastal fall chinook

SALEM, Ore. – The Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission will meet June 5-6 in Salem at ODFW Headquarters to consider modifying coastal fall chinook fishing regulations.  The Commission will also be asked to approve ODFW’s budget request for the 2009-2011 biennium. On Thursday, June 5 beginning at 1 p.m., the…