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Dec 15,2006
A fixture of Oregon coastal farming, so-called “tide gates,” are coming under new scrutiny because of their environmental effects. Essentially hinged metal doors at the ends of culverts, tide gates have been used for centuries to prevent flooding and help drain low-lying coastal lands, making it possible for people to farm and build on land that would otherwise be under water. But in many cases the devices have also compromised or destroyed critical fish and ... [full story]
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Dec 15,2006
The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife has completed a Draft Rogue River Spring Chinook Conservation Plan and is seeking public input, officials announced today. The draft conservation plan identifies desired status and conservation status for the population, and outlines nine alternatives designed to attain the desired status. ODFW developed these plan elements in collaboration with an Advisory Committee that has been meeting since May 2004. The committee includes representatives of state and federal agencies ... [full story]
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Dec 15,2006
When snow conditions aren’t the best up in the mountains and you still want to get outdoors for some fresh air and exercise, Smith Rock State Park offers year round hiking. The big bird soared like a hang-glider along the rock face, at times its wings seemed to touch the cliff itself. With a wingspan of up to seven feet across, the golden eagle is one of the largest birds of prey in North America. ... [full story]
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Dec 08,2006
With snow now falling in Central Oregon, hungry birds will start coming to your feeders. Besides the fun of feeding birds, it’s also entertaining to watch their behavior. The mountain chickadee (Parus gambeli) is one of the most common birds in Oregon and a fun bird to watch. When I head out to the backyard to fill the feeders, these fearless little black and white birds are never too far away.   Mountain chickadee - All photos by Scott ... [full story]
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Dec 08,2006
Deputy Secretary of the Interior Lynn Scarlett and Under Secretary of Agriculture Mark Rey on Tuesday announced a new interagency recreation pass that will benefit visitors to national public lands.  The new pass, authorized by the Congress in 2004, combines the benefits of existing recreation passes from five federal agencies into one comprehensive pass, the “America the Beautiful –- National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Pass.” The new pass covers recreation opportunities on public lands ... [full story]
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Dec 08,2006
To some anglers, electronics -- the type you'll find at the console and on the bow of any modern fishing boat -- can be a little confusing. Why? Because of the misnomer that is attached to them: "fish finders." I, like most everyone else, have heard this expression a million times and it still seems funny to me. If they found fish, like the term suggests, then why aren't we all catching our limits of ... [full story]
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Dec 08,2006
Sunriver Resort has been selected by the United States Golf Association as the site of the 2007 USGA Senior Women's Amateur. The dates of the championship are scheduled for September 1-6.The Meadows Course at Sunriver Resort was opened in 1969 and was revised in 1999 by John Fought, an Oregonian who won the 1977 U.S. Amateur. Seven holes of the course border the Sun River. The design pays tribute to American courses of the 1920s ... [full story]
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Dec 08,2006
Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife needs assistance from local steelhead anglers this winter to evaluate the hatchery steelhead program at the Nehalem Hatchery.Kiosks have been placed at key locations along the river, and anglers are asked to stop and fill out a short survey at the end of their fishing day. The goal of the project is to estimate the contribution of each hatchery stock to the sport catch, and to collect information about ... [full story]
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Dec 01,2006
Most of today’s outdoor writing somehow doesn’t seem as colorful and descriptive as those of decades or even centuries past. Typical hunting stories of the modern 21st century read something like this: “Me and Joe goes huntin’ and we gits our deers.” I can’t help but wonder what it would be like if one of my past hunts could be written up in prose such as that used by the early 19th century Lewis and ... [full story]
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Nov 24,2006
Shorter days, cool temperatures and buck fever go a long ways toward calming many an avid angler's desire to put the boat in the water and go fishing for trophy bass. But for everyone of you who already has the tarp over the boat, the rods and reels in the closet and the remote control in your hand, know this: autumn -- especially mid-November to mid-December -- offers some terrific opportunities to catch bass. In ... [full story]
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Nov 24,2006
This was a very bad year as far as illegal kills during the deer and elk seasons, according to Senior Trooper Amos Madison, an Oregon State Police fish and game officer based in Prineville. A lot of the poaching started a week before the deer season, he said. Trespassing on private ranches was a common violation. Spotlighting and hunting after hours were other top violations. Five elk were shot during the deer season that Madison ... [full story]
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Nov 17,2006
Although I prefer being outdoors, I don’t mind being spoiled indoors once in a while. When I head over to the eastern and northeastern parts of the state for some exploring, I usually stop off in Baker City. As I’ve found out over the years, the town itself can be the destination.   Geiser Grand Hotel, All Photos by Scott Staats Two places worth a stop are the Geiser Grand Hotel and the National Historic Oregon Trail ... [full story]
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Nov 17,2006
For many anglers and boat owners, the onset of winter means an end to the boating season. As temperatures continue to drop around the country, it is now time to start thinking about the final preparations that will guarantee your next season starts off on the right track. The time and energy that you spend now protecting your boat will not only enhance your boat's performance, but it will save you both time and money ... [full story]
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