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ODFW WEEKLY RECREATION REPORT
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June 21, 2016


Zones: Northwest | Southwest | Willamette | Central | Southeast | Northeast | Snake | Columbia | Marine

Controlled hunt results are now available on-line

Controlled hunt results are in! If you applied for a controlled hunt, you can now check to see if you got your hunt. Hunters should go to www.odfw.com and click on "My Hunter Info" in top left corner. You will be asked to enter your Hunter/Angler ID# (which is printed on all licenses and tags and stays the same from year to year), plus your last name and date of birth. Hunters without internet access can call 1-866-947-ODFW (6339) to get results.

ODFW received 536,232 controlled hunt applications for fall hunts this year, including 69,192 applications for the new premium hunts. A total of 135,777 regular fall controlled hunt tags were available in the draw plus 158 new Premium Hunt tags for deer, elk and pronghorn. Congratulations to all you winners!

Albacore Tuna
Linda Zasky with a nice Tuna.
-Photo by Tony Zasky-

Tuna, orcas, gray whales show up all along the Oregon coast

Albacore tuna are now being caught off Oregon’s south coast, out of Coos Bay and Charleston. If that isn’t enough ocean fun, orcas were spotted out of Charleston and also in Yaquina Bay. Farther north, people have getting a look grey whales, including from shore in Newport and Depoe Bay. It’s always a good time to visit the Oregon coast but summer is the best. And check out this week’s surf perch fishing photos in the Marine Zone report.

Warm weather means it’s time for bass and panfish

With elevated temperatures around come reports from around the state from fish biologists who’ve made note of some improvement in warmwater fisheries largemouth bass, bluegill, crappie, and perch, in every corner of the state. These fish are known for becoming more active during warmer weather making them excellent fare this time of year.

Leave young wildlife in the wild

Deer fawns and other young animals are being born in the wild. Remember to not pick them up or disturb them, even if they are alone. More info

36 Family Fishing Events happening this year

These popular events take place in some great places and are typically stocked in advance with a lot of fish. On top of that, ODFW provides loaner rods, reels, tackle and bait, along with helpful tips from experienced angling instructors. List of events



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