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Feb 18,2006
Unlike most steelhead streams, the Hood River offers year-round steelhead fishing opportunities for both summer and winter-run steelhead. Angler opportunity peaks, however, when the winter run steelhead return in late winter or early spring. Being one of easternmost populations of winter steelhead in the Columbia Basin , the Hood River run is later than most winter run populations. The hatchery population is comprised entirely from wild broodstock, so hatchery and wild fish return at nearly ... [full story]
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Jul 10,2006
MCMINNVILLE - The Fish and Wildlife Commission today approved $127,079 in funding for eight Fish Restoration and Enhancement projects benefiting fish and angling throughout Oregon . Created by the Oregon legislature in 1989, the R&E program funds projects that restore or enhance fisheries and habitat, educate the public, support fish stocking or research efforts to improve or sustain fisheries. Its seven-member citizen board reviews project proposals and makes funding recommendations to the state Fish and ... [full story]
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Feb 17,2006
While the Deschutes River is famous for its summer run steelhead, good fishing opportunities exist well into the winter for summer-run hatchery fish that remain in the river. Summer-run fish are slow to mature and do not typically begin spawning until early spring in the Deschutes . Slowly migrating or holding fish provide anglers opportunity throughout the Lower Deschutes for most of the winter. While not as popular as the summer fishery, winter steelhead angling ... [full story]
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Sep 14,2006
ANTELOPE FLAT RESERVOIR: – Anglers are reporting good success on rainbow trout from 12-16 inches. BIG LAVA LAKE : Anglers are catching stringers of trout and the fish are in excellent condition averaging 13 to 16 inches in size. CLEAR LAKE : Clear Lake , located about 20 miles west of Maupin, has been stocked with keeper trout and should offer good angling opportunity. COLUMBIA RIVER FROM BONNEVILLE RESERVOIR TO JOHN DAY DAM: Bass fishing ... [full story]
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Jun 15,2007
Camp Sherman Area: black-backed and three-toed woodpeckers, white-headed woodpeckers and red-naped sapsuckers, green-tailed towhees and fox sparrows Check out some of the recent forest burn areas around Santiam Pass and the Metolius area to see several woodpecker species including Black-backed and Three-toed Woodpeckers, White-headed Woodpeckers and Red-naped Sapsuckers. Green-tailed Towhees and Fox Sparrows are common understory species where bitterbrush and manzanita occur. For birdwatchers, the white-headed woodpecker is one of the most sought-after western birds. ... [full story]
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Jun 15,2007
Young people interested in angling will be offered a great fishing opportunity by the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife June 16 at Century Pond, located just west of Crane Prairie. The pond will be stocked with 400 legal-sized and 100 trophy-sized rainbow trout. Volunteers will help kids learn to fish or improve their existing skills from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. and all anglers 17 years of age and younger are invited to attend. ... [full story]
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Jun 07,2007
Bend Area Plan ahead: The Oregon Field Ornithologists will hold their annual summer meeting and birding field trips in Bend at Central Oregon Community College the weekend of June 22-24: http://www.oregonbirds.org/07annualMeeting.html Camp Sherman Area: black-backed and three-toed woodpeckers, white-headed woodpeckers and red-naped sapsuckers, green-tailed towhees and fox sparrows Check out some of the recent forest burn areas around Santiam Pass and the Metolius area to see several woodpecker species including Black-backed and Three-toed Woodpeckers, White-headed ... [full story]
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Jun 08,2007
All game bird and big game seasons are closed but hunters can still hunt for unprotected mammals (coyotes, ground squirrels, rabbits). GROUND SQUIRREL hunting will get more challenging as summer approaches because the squirrels have more cover and spend most of their time underground when the weather is hot.  [full story]
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Jun 08,2007
DESCHUTES RIVER The Lower Deschutes River is world famous for its trout fishing. The river should offer excellent trout fishing opportunities from Warm Springs downstream to the mouth of the river. The salmonfly hatch will begin to wind down in mid June and fly anglers should continue to expect mayfly, stonefly, and caddis hatches throughout the summer.  Nymph fishing should remain good throughout the summer. Non fly anglers can expect good action on small spinners ... [full story]
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May 25,2007
OCHOCO DISTRICT: Bald and golden eagles, a variety of hawks and falcons, and waterfowl are present along the Post-Paulina Highway east of Prineville. If observers extend their drive and include the Puett Road loop through the Paulina Ranger Station they have an opportunity of seeing wintering deer, pronghorn, elk, and coyotes. This route is suitable for passenger cars. LOWER DESCHUTES WILDLIFE AREA: Visitors to this area can see California bighorn sheep on a regular basis ... [full story]
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Jun 22,2007
Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife’s Father’s Day Weekend Youth Angling Event at Century Pond drew close to 100 participants. The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife stocked 400 legal-sized and 100 trophy-sized rainbow trout into Century Pond and ODFW staff and volunteers were present to assist kids learning to fish and or improve their existing skills. “The event was a good time for the kids and seemed to be appreciated by fathers and mothers ... [full story]
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Jun 22,2007
Camp Sherman Area: black-backed and three-toed woodpeckers, white-headed woodpeckers and red-naped sapsuckers, green-tailed towhees and fox sparrows Check out some of the recent forest burn areas around Santiam Pass and the Metolius area to see several woodpecker species including Black-backed and Three-toed Woodpeckers, White-headed Woodpeckers and Red-naped Sapsuckers. Green-tailed Towhees and Fox Sparrows are common understory species where bitterbrush and manzanita occur. For birdwatchers, the white-headed woodpecker is one of the most sought-after western birds. ... [full story]
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Jun 29,2007
Opportunities exist for rainbow trout between 10 and 16 inches. Try jigging when fishing for kokanee. ANTELOPE FLAT RESERVOIR: troutAngling for 14-18 inch carryover rainbow trout are excellent. BIG LAVA LAKE: troutBig Lava Lake anglers are having good success on 13 – 16 inch rainbows. CLEAR LAKE: troutClear Lake has been stocked several times this spring with both legal and trophy sized rainbow trout.  Fishing should remain good as long reservoir levels remain full.  CRANE ... [full story]
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