ODFW eliminates bag limit on hatchery trout at Faraday Lake

From ODFW CLACKAMAS, Ore. – Fishermen can keep all the hatchery trout they can catch at Faraday Lake under a new temporary fishing rule that takes effect beginning Feb. 1 and continues through March 31 but don’t delay because this opportunity won’t be around for long. Faraday Lake is a 25-acre reservoir created by an…

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Central and South Coast Fishing Reports October 13th, 2017

From TGF’s friend Pete Heley (PeteHeley.com) Coos County lakes that received trout plants this week include Bradley Lake with 800 14-inch rainbows and Butterfield Lake with 600 14-inchers. Powers Pond and Saunders Lake each received 1,300 14-inch rainbows and Upper and Lower Empire lakes each received 2,000 14-inchers. With the exception of Bradley Lake, which…

Central and South Coast Fishing Reports June 23rd, 2017

From our friend Pete Heley at PeteHeley.com The Pacific halibut nearshore recreational fishery in the Columbia River Subarea will close for the remainder of 2017 effective 11:59 p.m., Friday, June 23. The entire recreational Pacific halibut fishery quota (all-depth and nearshore) for the Columbia River Subarea will have been met by then, according to fishery…

Central and Eastern Oregon Fishing Reports for Oct 14th

Chinook have been making themselves known at Sherars Falls to the tune of double digits daily with over 70 crossing on October 4th alone to put the cumulative total over 200 as of October 11th. The trap wasn’t operated on October 1st and 2nd. Steelhead passage has improved slightly with about a40 above the falls,…

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