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|Rainbow Trout at Trillium Lake
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Just in time for the long Labor Day weekend, several popular fisheries will be stocked this week. Check out the trout stocking schedules to find a location near you.
Field biologists weigh in on what hunters should expect as hunting kicks off across Oregon. (Deer and elk archery begins Aug. 30). See the forecast
Archery season kicks off Aug. 30 with fire danger high across the state. Hunters must check restrictions before heading afield and keep in mind that conditions can change quickly. For a list of corporate closures, visit ODF’s web site and click on Corporate Closure Chart; phone numbers of landowners also provided on list. For public land closures check the U.S. Forest Service, BLM or Oregon State Forest website or call ahead.
Special free pheasant hunts for hunter education certified youth (age 17 and under) at locations around the state (Baker City, Central Point, Corvallis, Eugene, Irrigon/Umatilla, John Day, K-Falls, La Grande, Madras, Portland, The Dalles/Wamic).
New to hunting or out of practice? ODFW’s “Learn to Hunt” events can help you be ready for hunting season. No firearm? No problem, we provide all necessary equipment and instruction at these events.
Grouse, quail and mourning dove seasons get underway Sept. 1. See regulations.
Hunts 248R, 249R, 258R1, 258R2 and 259R should be on the list of those that will receive one tag valid for the general elk bow season and the controlled bow season (so with other hunts in blue text at top of page 79). Also the entire Trask Unit is open to elk bow hunting, not just NF lands within the Trask Unit. These corrections have been made to this online PDF of pages 79-80.