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Fishing Oregon

EZFishing brings you Oregon's most comprehensive list of fishing locations, providing interactive maps that show each location's GPS coordinates, nearby facilities (like restaurants, gas stations, marinas and fishing shops), their current and forecasted weather and, if available, their water conditions.

Registered users can rate fishing locations, post their personal/public notes and also tag them with information about fish species generally caught there as well as the most common and effective fishing techniques.

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Oregon Fishing Resources

Fishing regulations and licensing, guides/outfitter services and local fishing clubs in Oregon.

Oregon Fishing Forecast

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Oregon Fishing Regulations

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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.

  • Trout fishing success on Garrison Lake
  • No more than three blue rockfish can be part of the seven fish marine daily bag limit. According to the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, without these changes, there would be a high chance that the mortality of these rockfish species, which make up
  • The World
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  • 1/22/2015 6:59:43 AM
  • Stricter West Coast fishing rules spur new technology
  • The rules turned many of Skamser’s skeptics into customers. Although no official records track how many Oregon fishermen use gear modified to more closely target the types of fish they bring aboard, both fishery managers and trawlers say use of the ...
  • The Bulletin
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  • 1/21/2015 8:19:39 AM
  • Fly-fishing seminar set for February in Bend
  • The price for the seminar — hosted by the Central Oregon Flyfishers and the Sunriver Anglers — is $85 by today, and $95 after today. For more information, call 541-549-2072, email outings@coflyfishers.org, or visit www.coflyfishers.org.
  • The Bulletin
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  • 1/21/2015 8:05:20 AM
  • Fishing with Rob
  • There are nine species of surf-perch to be caught off the Oregon coast, with the most common being the Pink-fin. Surf-perch can reach into the 2-pound range and the daily limit is 15. Even with fish on the small side, that is a lot of fillets! Surf-fishing
  • The World
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  • 1/20/2015 6:40:37 AM
  • Column: The welcome invasion of fruit and fish
  • Go to any supermarket in Oregon — or Idaho or Colorado — these days and you’re sure to find an array of fresh, never-frozen fish to choose from, if that’s what you want for dinner. Here in the western interior, that was a rarity when I was a kid.
  • The Bulletin
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  • 1/16/2015 8:18:25 AM
  • Driver cited for crashing Oregon fish hatchery tanker truck
  • EUGENE, Ore. (AP) — Oregon State Police say the driver is to blame in the crash of a tanker truck that was moving juvenile salmon from a failing hatchery to safer waters. The driver, 45-year-old Ray C. Lewis of Umpqua, was cited Wednesday on drunken ...
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  • 1/8/2015 6:04:44 AM
  • Letter to the editor: Pay a fair share for fish and wildlife
  • Dylan Darling’s article of Dec. 29 on the decline of hunting and fishing license sales misses three key points: 1. When participation in these sports shrinks, all of Oregon’s wildlife loses. 2. Dwindling participation is only part of the problem.
  • The Bulletin
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  • 1/6/2015 11:57:52 AM
  • Monarch butterfly considered for federal protection
  • Source: National Geographic, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture A far-flying butterfly known to pass through Central Oregon may land on the Endangered Species list. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service last week announced that it
  • The Bulletin
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  • 1/5/2015 8:09:59 AM
  • Hatchery moves quickly to release trout to local fishing spots
  • SPRINGFIELD — The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife this week released more than 50,000 trout, including nearly 10,000 “pounders,” into Willamette Valley fishing holes in an emergency action triggered by a gate malfunction at Leaburg Dam.
  • The World
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  • 1/1/2015 6:55:59 AM
  • Police probe alcohol as factor in fish truck crash
  • EUGENE, Ore. (AP) — Oregon state police are investigating whether the driver of a tanker truck was drunk when it crashed and spilled thousands of baby salmon onto a road in western Oregon. The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife estimates 11,000 ...
  • The World
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  • 12/31/2014 2:56:47 PM
  • Crash spills, kills 11,000 fish on Oregon highway
  • EUGENE, Ore. (AP) — A tanker truck moving young salmon from a failing hatchery crashed and spilled thousands of fish on the side of a highway in western Oregon. The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife estimates 11,000 juvenile salmon died in Tuesday's .
  • The World
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  • 12/31/2014 11:57:49 AM
  • Oregon dam malfunctions; hatchery fish released
  • LEABURG, Ore. (AP) — Malfunctioning gates at a dam on the McKenzie River have led state biologists to release more than 50,000 hatchery trout into Willamette Valley fishing spots at a time of year when there's not enough food to give them a good chance ...
  • The World
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  • 12/30/2014 4:09:33 PM
  • Oregon dam malfunctions; hatchery fish released
  • Oregon dam malfunctions, so young trout get released in mid-winter with little to eat LEABURG, Ore. (AP) — Malfunctioning gates on a Willamette Valley dam have led Oregon hatchery officials to release 50,000 trout prematurely, in mid-winter when there's ..
  • The Daily Astorian
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  • 12/30/2014 3:55:14 PM
  • Editorial: Less hunting and fishing hurts ODFW
  • That’s changed with a greater variety of programs aimed at helping ease food insecurity — the Oregon Food Bank, for example, opened in 1975. Too, young people today have many more claims on their time, and unless hunting and fishing are family ...
  • The Bulletin
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  • 12/30/2014 12:06:10 PM
  • Oregon stats show hunting, fishing decline
  • Want to find a place to hunt or shoot? There’s an app for that People looking for a place to hunt or shoot can now do so using an Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife map on their smartphone or tablet. The agency recently upgraded the Oregon hunting ...
  • The Bulletin
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  • 12/30/2014 12:24:39 AM
  • Oregon plans to use drones to collect fish, bird data
  • The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife wants to spend nearly $50,000 on two drones. It says the drones will allow it to collect data on fish and bird populations at less physical risk and at a lower cost. SALEM — The Oregon Department of Fish and ...
  • The Daily Astorian
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  • 12/23/2014 7:49:37 AM
  • Oregon plans to use drones to collect fish, bird data
  • The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife wants to spend nearly $50,000 on two drones. It says the drones will allow it to collect data on fish and bird populations at less physical risk and at a lower cost. SALEM — The Oregon Department of Fish and ...
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  • 12/22/2014 3:43:15 PM
  • Steelhead fishing should pick up with heavy rains
  • It’s getting to the very end of the Chinook salmon fishing season along the southern Oregon coast. That said, guide Andy Martin of wildriversfishing@yahoo.com took a family salmon fishing last week where they fished four different rivers in four days ...
  • The World
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  • 12/21/2014 2:54:19 PM
  • Bend fish house does seafood right, but service stumbles
  • Value: A-. Good seafood isn’t cheap, and prices here are moderate for the quality. A list of Central Oregon restaurants that prepare seafood consistently well would be a very short one, indeed. McGrath’s Fish House would be near the head of the list.
  • The Bulletin
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  • 12/19/2014 8:08:40 AM
  • State captures, moves bighorn sheep
  • It’s not easy to catch bighorn sheep in canyon country. The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife uses a helicopter and four-barrel net gun to capture the animals annually around Oregon, including earlier this month in the Deschutes and John Day river ...
  • The Bulletin
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  • 12/15/2014 8:13:25 AM
  • Fish on in Tillamook
  • Ican think of only one good reason to float an Oregon coastal river on a cold, rainy, windy day in November: to catch a large fish. When I set out on the tiny Trask River with a friend from Portland and a fishing guide, the only thing on my mind ...
  • The Bulletin
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  • 12/15/2014 1:39:43 AM
  • A weekend pursuit of salmon and shellfish, no matter the weather
  • Ican think of only one good reason to float an Oregon coastal river on a cold, rainy, windy day in November: to catch a large fish. When I set out on the tiny Trask River with a friend from Portland and a fishing guide, the only thing on my mind ...
  • The Bulletin
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  • 12/14/2014 8:43:14 AM
  • Bowman Dam bill passage cheered
  • Yancy Lind, conservation chairman for the Central Oregon Flyfishers, said the bill is a positive for anglers, whether they prefer flat water fishing in the reservoir or fly fishing in the river. “To the extent that water is available, it must be released .
  • The Bulletin
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  • 12/14/2014 1:26:35 AM
  • Study: Warming West Coast will send fish north
  • SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Warming seas will likely send West Coast fish species northward by about 20 miles a decade, and some species probably will disappear from southern ranges off California and Oregon, a new study says. The study, in the January issue of .
  • The World
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  • 12/10/2014 3:43:10 PM

Oregon Guides/Outfitters

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Oregon Fishing Clubs

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