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National Fly Fishing Championships begin in Bend - KTVZ

Fishing News - Fri, 06/01/2018 - 00:28

KTVZ

National Fly Fishing Championships begin in Bend
KTVZ
BEND, Ore. - The 2018 National Fly Fishing Championships kicked off outside Bend Thursday. Anglers from around the country have come to Central Oregon for a chance to qualify for the world team. The tournament venue has changed recently, with high ...

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Free fishing throughout Oregon this weekend - NRToday.com

Fishing News - Thu, 05/31/2018 - 11:07

NRToday.com

Free fishing throughout Oregon this weekend
NRToday.com
Catching some fun will be free this weekend during Oregon's traditional free-fishing weekend. During the first weekend in June, those angling for a good time can do so without a fishing license at any body of water in the state. Oregon's Department of ...
Oregon free fishing weekend starts SaturdayKEZI TV
Oregon kids will learn how to fish this weekendCoos Bay World
Highlights from this week's Oregon Dept. of Fish & Wildlife Recreation Report 5/30/18 – Free Fishing Weekend coming ...Tillamook County Pioneer

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A Carnival with a K - The Source Weekly (press release) (blog)

Fishing News - Wed, 05/30/2018 - 15:26

The Source Weekly (press release) (blog)

A Carnival with a K
The Source Weekly (press release) (blog)
The Karnival's roots date back to 1996, when organizations such as the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, the Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife, the Deschutes National Forest, Central Oregon Flyfishers and Sunriver Anglers sponsored a field trip allowing ...

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Meet the 11 invasive species wreaking havoc on Oregon's environment - OregonLive.com

Fishing News - Wed, 05/30/2018 - 07:17

OregonLive.com

Meet the 11 invasive species wreaking havoc on Oregon's environment
OregonLive.com
The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife has a number to call, 1-866-INVADER, if you spot one of these critters. Rick Boatner, invasive species coordinator for the state, said an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. “For a lot of these ...

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Oregon kids will learn how to fish this weekend - Coos Bay World

Fishing News - Wed, 05/30/2018 - 07:01

Coos Bay World

Oregon kids will learn how to fish this weekend
Coos Bay World
The event is taking place throughout Oregon over the weekend, having been started by the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife in an effort to get people fishing. Locally, the Eel Tenmile Salmon/Trout Enhancement Program (STEP) is helping put the ...
First June weekend is free for fishingTillamook Headlight-Herald
Highlights from this week's Oregon Dept. of Fish & Wildlife Recreation Report 5/30/18 – Free Fishing Weekend coming ...Tillamook County Pioneer
FREE FISHING WEEKEND THIS WEEKENDkqennewsradio.com

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Family fishing and derby set for June 2 - Newport News Times

Fishing News - Tue, 05/29/2018 - 22:03

Newport News Times

Family fishing and derby set for June 2
Newport News Times
Anglers and their families are encouraged to come out to Olalla Reservoir near Toledo for a fun-filled day of fishing and outdoor activities on Saturday, June 2, which is also a statewide free fishing weekend. The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife ...

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Arlington springs into summer with park fun - East Oregonian

Fishing News - Tue, 05/29/2018 - 20:51

East Oregonian

Arlington springs into summer with park fun
East Oregonian
Held in conjunction with Oregon's Free Fishing Weekend, the Fishing Derby and Spring Walapalooza is Saturday beginning with registration at 8 a.m. in the parking lot at Earl Snell Park, located at the base of Exit 137 off Interstate 84. Fishing is from ...

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Trump's attack on salmon recovery is unconscionable: Guest opinion - OregonLive.com

Fishing News - Tue, 05/29/2018 - 15:58

OregonLive.com

Trump's attack on salmon recovery is unconscionable: Guest opinion
OregonLive.com
Since the fund's creation, NOAA Fisheries has contributed more than $220 million to the restoration and protection of fish habitat in Oregon. The watershed enhancement board used that money to leverage matching funds from the state lottery, ultimately ...

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Oregon Wildlife Officials Look to Streamline Big Game Hunting Rules - KDRV

Fishing News - Tue, 05/29/2018 - 14:20

KDRV

Oregon Wildlife Officials Look to Streamline Big Game Hunting Rules
KDRV
ODFW will be briefing the Fish and Wildlife Commission on these changes during a meeting on June 8 in Baker City. Final proposals will be submitted to the Commission on September 14 in Bandon. Hunters and other interested parties are invited to ...

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Pinch yourself, at the Nehalem Bay Crab Derby - Oregon Coast Today

Fishing News - Tue, 05/29/2018 - 13:55

Oregon Coast Today

Pinch yourself, at the Nehalem Bay Crab Derby
Oregon Coast Today
After Oregon law began requiring anglers to have a fishing license, organizers shifted the derby to coincide with Free Fishing Weekend, reducing paperwork as well as costs for the participants. “It frees up a little more money,” Janice Laviolette said ...

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'Deadliest Catch' skipper Blake Painter found dead in Oregon home - USA TODAY

Fishing News - Tue, 05/29/2018 - 13:07

USA TODAY

'Deadliest Catch' skipper Blake Painter found dead in Oregon home
USA TODAY
The Discovery Channel reality-TV show, now in its 14th season, is about crab fishing in Alaska, reputed to be one of the most deadly professions in the world. The show has won 16 Emmys. Discovery declined to comment on Painter. Painter appeared on the ...
'Deadliest Catch' captain Blake Painter found dead in his Oregon homeQ13 FOX
'Deadliest Catch' star Blake Painter found dead in Oregon homeMeaww
'Deadliest Catch' star Blake Painter dead at 38New York Daily News
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Bend veterans build boat for fishing trips - Bend Bulletin

Fishing News - Sun, 05/27/2018 - 22:09

Bend Bulletin

Bend veterans build boat for fishing trips
Bend Bulletin
LA PINE — A 21-foot, aluminum fishing boat docked at the East Lake Resort is ready for any veteran to take out on the water. The Bend chapter of the veterans group Oregon Band of Brothers raised about $15,000 in material and cash donations over the ...

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Landslide could devastate Alsea salmon center - Corvallis Gazette Times

Fishing News - Sun, 05/27/2018 - 08:00

Corvallis Gazette Times

Landslide could devastate Alsea salmon center
Corvallis Gazette Times
Joseph O'Neil, manager of the Oregon Hatchery Research Center, shows tanks used to rear coastal salmon and steelhead for research projects. An employee's house is in the background. The center is threatened by a large landslide one mile up Fall Creek.

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May 25 Oregon Outdoors Fishing Report - Mail Tribune

Fishing News - Sun, 05/27/2018 - 03:41

Mail Tribune

May 25 Oregon Outdoors Fishing Report
Mail Tribune
The ocean chinook salmon season opened Saturday off Southern Oregon and was a bit slow as anglers wait for schools of Rogue-bound chinook to reach Southern Oregon. The season runs uninterrupted through Aug. 26. Troll deep and slow with large ...

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Investing in Pacific salmon benefits all of Klamath County - Herald and News

Fishing News - Sun, 05/27/2018 - 00:21

Investing in Pacific salmon benefits all of Klamath County
Herald and News
Our organizations — the Klamath Tribes and the Klamath Watershed Partnership — were disappointed that the president's budget zeroed out funding for the Pacific Coast Salmon Recovery Fund starting next year. And we are hopeful that Oregon's ...

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Oregon tribes say feds failed to protect Upper Klamath Lake sucker fish, violated Endangered Species Act - Eureka Times Standard

Fishing News - Sat, 05/26/2018 - 23:23

Eureka Times Standard

Oregon tribes say feds failed to protect Upper Klamath Lake sucker fish, violated Endangered Species Act
Eureka Times Standard
The Klamath Tribes of Oregon are alleging in a lawsuit filed last week that federal agencies are failing to protect endangered sucker fish in Upper Klamath Lake. The lawsuit has many similarities to a lawsuit filed by local tribes and environmental ...

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Free-Fishing weekend approaches in Oregon - OregonLive.com

Fishing News - Fri, 05/25/2018 - 18:05

OregonLive.com

Free-Fishing weekend approaches in Oregon
OregonLive.com
Oregon's traditional Free-Fishing weekend is coming up June 2-3. No licenses, tags, endorsements or special permits are required to fish, dig clams or catch crabs on either Saturday or Sunday. However, anglers, diggers and crabbers must obey all other ...
Miller: Free fishing weekend brought out the sultan of snarkStatesman Journal

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Free-Fishing weekend approaches in Oregon - OregonLive.com

Fishing News - Fri, 05/25/2018 - 18:05

OregonLive.com

Free-Fishing weekend approaches in Oregon
OregonLive.com
Oregon's traditional Free-Fishing weekend is coming up June 2-3. No licenses, tags, endorsements or special permits are required to fish, dig clams or catch crabs on either Saturday or Sunday. However, anglers, diggers and crabbers must obey all other ...
Miller: Free fishing weekend brought out the sultan of snarkStatesman Journal

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Rule changes could re-open some areas to fishing for rockfish - Monterey County Herald

Fishing News - Fri, 05/25/2018 - 15:59

Rule changes could re-open some areas to fishing for rockfish
Monterey County Herald
The Rockfish Conservation Area is a “strip of sea” that stretches from Canada to Mexico, Griffin said. It encompasses the area off of Washington, Oregon, and California that lies 100 to 150 fathoms (600 to 900 feet) deep: prime rockfish habitat. But ...

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Congress must act — again — to save salmon from hungry sea lions ... - Seattle Times

Fishing News - Fri, 05/25/2018 - 15:14

Seattle Times

Congress must act — again — to save salmon from hungry sea lions ...
Seattle Times
The problem with sea lions gorging on threatened fish has moved far beyond the Ballard Locks. Congress must take action to protect species along the ...
Columbia River spring chinook sport fishery reopened | My ...My Columbia Basin
Siuslaw News | Chinook fishing re-opens on ColumbiaSiuslaw News

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