Ocean crabbing opens from Tahkenitch Creek to the WA coast. South coast remains closed to all crabbing.

Due to high levels of domoic acid, razor clamming is closed along the entire Oregon coast.

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Hunt, Fish, Explore Oregon

Fishing

Find out when, where and how to fish for trout, salmon, steelhead, bass, halibut, rock fish and dozens of other species.

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Game Bird Hunting

Learn more about hunting opportunities for upland birds (pheasant, chukar, quail) and waterfowl (ducks and geese).

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Crabbing & Clamming

Get all the how-to and where-to information you'll need to dig, rake and set pots for clams and crabs.

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Big Game Hunting

From applying for a tag, to stalking a deer or elk, learn the techniques and opportunities for hunting big game.

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Wildlife Viewing

Learn more about Oregon's native birds, mammals, reptiles and amphibians.

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Recreation Report

Catch up on the latest information about current fishing, hunting and wildlife viewing opportunities. Updated weekly.

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Upcoming ODFW Workshops and Events
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There are events throughout the state.
Mostly in May and June, sometimes fall.
Times vary, but usually early/mid-morning to early/mid-afternoon.
Free: loaner gear, tackle and bait provided.
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Numerous locations throughout the state.
Classes and fields days are offered year-round, but summer is most popular.
Times vary, but usually in the evenings or on weekends.
$10 for a conventional course, $10 for in-person field day.