Oregon Fishing Forecast
Check out what are Oregon Fishing hotspots, and which fish species can be caught at this time.
Just pan and zoom the map to select the fishing area of your interest, then hover with your mouse over the pushpins to see fishing forecast for each location.
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Oregon Fishing Regulations
Are you familiar with the fishing regulation in Oregon?
It is never a bad idea to check it again before your next outing.
Oregon Fishing License
Purchasing a fishing license you are helping to preserve the environment and also ensure that future generations can enjoy fishing as you are.
Among other things, your fishing license fees support fisheries and hatcheries management, education programs about fishing and conservation, protection of endangered species.
Here it is where you can get your fishing license.
Links to Oregon Government Agencies
Here are a few websites of the Oregon State's agencies involved in regulation and conservation.
Oregon Fishing News
Check out what is the latest fishing buzz in Oregon.
Oregon: DFW Seeks Candidates for Fish Restoration/Enhancement Board
- SALEM, Ore. — The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife is seeking qualified applicants to fill the Public-At-Large position on the Fish Restoration and Enhancement (R and E) Program Board. The recruitment has been extended and interested individuals ...
- 8/24/2016 7:34:51 AM
Reeling in rockfish on the Central Oregon Coast
- Earlier this month, we were aboard the Miss Raven, a 40-foot charter boat based in Newport, skippered by Mike Sorenson. Our first mate was Justin Mitchell, who was in charge of crab pots, fishing rods and making sure we didn’t fall overboard. Matthew ...
- The Bulletin
- 8/24/2016 7:06:13 AM
Check out 5 simple Sea-run flies in 5 days . . .
- These are no-name patterns – just simple damp wet flies that I have confidence fishing for sea run cutthroat in tidewater and the lower reaches of Oregon Coastal rivers. Wish me luck when i get these five flies wet soon – I need it!
- 8/24/2016 4:00:06 AM
Rescuers recover fish in Whychus Creek
- Rescuers included community volunteers and personnel from DLT, the Watershed Council, Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, the U.S. Department of Fish and Wildlife, Portland General Electric (PGE), the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs and the U.S ...
- 8/23/2016 7:10:23 PM
ODFW seeks candidates for Fish Restoration and Enhancement Program Board
- SALEM, Ore. — The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife is seeking qualified applicants to fill the Public-At-Large position on the Fish Restoration and Enhancement (R&E) Program Board. The recruitment has been extended and interested individuals must ...
- 8/23/2016 5:30:10 PM
Fish Fest at Riverfront Park
- Fish Fest at Riverfront Park Festivalgoers set up chairs and umbrellas on the lawn during Fish Fest, Oregon's largest Christian Music Festival, on Saturday, Aug. 20, 2016, at Riverfront Park in downtown Salem. Check out this story on statesmanjournal.com .
- Statesman Journal
- 8/20/2016 11:45:58 PM
Author seeks anecdotes of salmon fishing along South Coast rivers
- Was your grandpa a gill-netter on the Umpqua? Local historian Bill Lansing is writing a book about the history of salmon fishing on the rivers of Oregon's South Coast, and he's looking for anecdotes. "Gone Fishin’ — The History of the Fisheries in the ...
- The World
- 8/20/2016 11:35:49 AM
Oregon beavers engineer better fish habitat, more fish
- An ecological experiment that employed beavers to restore streams in Central Oregon found that the streams produced nearly twice as many juvenile steelhead within a few years after the beavers went to work. While beavers' natural engineering abilities are
- 8/19/2016 6:43:31 AM
Columbia River fishing report 8/18
- Group A steelhead, the smaller, early-returning group, have been far below expectations. Angler sampling by the Washington (WDFW) and Oregon (ODFW) departments of Fish and Wildlife: Lower Columbia — Tongue Point to Portland, 226 boaters with 28 adult ...
- The Columbian
- 8/18/2016 6:01:45 AM
Frenchie Jig Nymph Fly Tying Video
- While the Frenchie is just another Pheasant Tail Nymph variation, it has become a popular fly on a lot of Eastern Oregon streams and rivers because it’s so effective. The jig style really shines when fished on a hopper-dropper rig, but also as you main ...
- 8/18/2016 4:00:04 AM
Fall River fishing is at its best
- Those fish aren’t that shy when it comes to wanting to eat.” Gaviglio also advises fly anglers to check the fish stocking schedule on the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife website (www.dfw.state.or.us.) Fishing can be especially productive shortly ...
- The Bulletin
- 8/17/2016 12:08:00 PM
Big Fish on the Big Columbia River
- The big fish nearly wore me out too! “Oh baby, oh baby,” is all I can muster as I gaze with admiration at the gleaming salmon slab, adding, “The Columbia River and Buoy 10 — man, ya gotta love Oregon.” “There’s another fish,” yells John ...
- 8/16/2016 4:12:35 PM
Buoy 10 fishing update
- Angler sampling by the Washington and Oregon departments of Fish and Wildlife: Washington side, Sunday — 313 anglers with 23 chinook and 3 coho. Oregon side Sunday — 724 anglers with 71 chinook, 6 coho and 1 steelhead kept plus 69 chinook released.
- The Columbian
- 8/16/2016 8:27:17 AM
Lo Que Sea Wins Alice Kelly Memorial at Oregon Inlet (N.C.)
- The sails were unfurling Sunday as the 500 lady anglers competing in the Alice Kelly Memorial Ladies Only Billfish Tournament churned through Oregon Inlet on their way offshore. By the stroke of 3 p.m. a total of 61 sailfish had been brought to the ...
- 8/16/2016 6:39:55 AM
Fishing vessel off South Oregon Coast presumed sunk. Crew rescued.
- All three crewmen on board the Fishing Vessel McCalis were rescued Sunday afternoon at sea, about 8 miles west of Cape Blanco, off the southern Oregon coast. The Coast Guard reports they intercepted a “Mayday” plea for help over the radio coming from ...
- 8/15/2016 4:10:47 AM
Grant's Getaways: Big fish on the Columbia River
- “The Columbia River and Buoy 10 – man, ya gotta love Oregon.” “There’s another fish,” yelled John as his fishing rod throbbed down and then back up and then down once more and it stayed down. He quickly grabbed it and held on tight. The rod was ...
- KGW 8 Portland
- 8/13/2016 6:07:41 AM
Illuminating Fishing Nets Prevent Bycatch
- But Bob Hannah of the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife may have found a simple, affordable solution. He tells Living on Earth's Emmett FitzGerald how local shrimp fishermen are eliminating bycatch of an important smelt species by lighting up their ..
- 8/12/2016 10:15:14 PM
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Oregon Fishing Clubs
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