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ODFW is hosting this family friendly workshop to show you how to start training your hunting dog or get the most out of the dog you currently have. More information
Fishing for cutthroat trout in Oregon’s coastal rivers and streams can be a great family activity – especially this time of year. Look for searun cutthroat to move into rivers later this month. Check the NW and SW zone reports to find a river near you.
|Ana Reservoir Hybrid Bass
-Photo by Tyler Hicks-
The hot summer days are starting to heat up water temperatures in many low-elevation lakes and reservoirs. While the trout are pouting, target bass, bluegill, crappie and other warmwater fish that can be much more active in warmer waters.
If you didn’t get a chance to get a point saver before the controlled hunt deadline on May 15, you can still get one by mail or fax order thru Nov. 30. Late point saver application
Some fire restrictions are in effect. See ODF’s webpage or check with the land manager where you are headed.
Weyerhauser will be making changes to its access policy this year, with new rules taking effect Aug. 1. Hunters and other recreational users will be required to purchase a permit to access some Weyerhauser properties. ODFW has posted a list of controlled hunts affected (pdf) by the new policy. See the Weyerhaeuser Oregon Recreation Access page for more information.