Thursday, August 9, 2012

Oregon Weekender Report

Chinook Salmon
Learn to fish, hunt, crab or clam
See the ODFW Outdoors Program calendar and
sign up for a class that interests you.
Time for tuna
Tuna fishing off the Oregon coast continues to
be good with fish just 18-20 miles out on some
 parts of the coast. Charters are available through
several different ports.

Fall chinook opens Aug. 1
On both the Columbia and coastal rivers. The fishing will start really picking up later in August and we’re anticipating strong returns. See the special regulations for coastal rivers on the Coast Fall Salmon Seasons page.
Fire restrictions and access
Be sure to check for any fire restrictions before you go afield. Oregon Dept of Forestry has a list of fire restrictions and closures online and InciWeb has information about current fires.

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