Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife release, Aug. 6, 2020
With the opening of the fall bear season last Saturday, just a couple of reminders of some changes for 2020:
Clamming and mussel harvest along the entire Oregon coast remains closed to nonresidents. Crabbing is open to nonresidents only from Cape Falcon (between Seaside and Tillamook) south to the OR/CA border.
The all-depth halibut fisheries opens on Thursday, Aug. 6 and the nearshore season opens on Monday, Aug. 10.
While temperatures have cooled in some parts of the state, we're still in the "dog days…" when both fish and anglers will be seeking cooler temperatures. Here are some strategies for fishing success this weekend.
Part II of our conversation about beavers with OSU wildlife researcher Vanessa Petro. In this episode, Vanessa Petro continues to break through some of the many misconceptions about these fascinating creatures. Find all episodes here.
Upcoming hunter education field days and traditional classes have resumed and are now being posted. Check out the list of upcoming classes.
Deadline for candidates 4 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 17.
Siltcoos and Tahkenitch lakes (Florence area) are still some of the best warmwater fishing opportunities.
Recent Oregon graduate Cody Kiesling succeeds Chris Rowbotham.
Team six games up with three playing dates and six games remaining.