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Buy them at an ODFW office, a license sales agent or online.
Don’t forget to report your hunt results no later than Jan. 31, 2015 for most hunts. Report online or by phone (1-866-947-6339).
Hunters need to complete a report for each deer, elk, cougar, bear, turkey and pronghorn tag purchased (or picked up as part of a Sports Pac)—even if they didn’t hunt or weren’t successful. Deer and elk hunters who don’t report will have to pay a $25 fine to get a 2016 hunting license.
Just click on the interactive www.oregonhuntingmap.com from your mobile device and the new responsive design immediately delivers content optimized for your phone or tablet. The map has all the functionally that made it popular-- the ability to search hunting areas by species and location land ownership, property boundaries and much more.
The first winter steelhead of the season are being caught in coastal and Willamette rivers – look for the fishing to get only better. To help plan your upcoming season, including access and fishing tips, check out the 2014 Annual Fishing Guide.
Learn how to make the best of snowy, icy conditions at a Jan. 24, 2015 Family Ice Fishing Workshop on Lake of the Woods near Klamath Falls.
See www.odfwcalendar.com for the full list, including a Jan. 17 pheasant hunt in Maupin.
Black bears are scarcer now as bears head into hibernation for the winter. Season closes in western Oregon on Dec. 31.