Hunt, Fish, Explore Oregon
Have you made plans to go fishing this summer? Maybe you should. It’s fun, safe and something the whole family can enjoy. Our family fishing page has everything you need.
When you find a fledgling bird on the ground or a deer fawn or elk calf hidden away in grass, leave it alone. Young animals are rarely orphaned, and Mom’s probably nearby watching.
Whatever your passion – trout, bass, steelhead, halibut, Chinook, razor clams, crab – share it with a friend or family member. During FFW, they won’t need a license, tag or validation to fish, crab or clam anywhere in Oregon that's open.
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Find out when, where and how to fish for trout, salmon, steelhead, bass, halibut, rock fish and dozens of other species.
Learn more about hunting opportunities for upland birds (pheasant, chukar, quail) and waterfowl (ducks and geese).
Get all the how-to and where-to information you'll need to dig, rake and set pots for clams and crabs.
From applying for a tag, to stalking a deer or elk, learn the techniques and opportunities for hunting big game.
Learn more about Oregon's native birds, mammals, reptiles and amphibians.
Catch up on the latest information about current fishing, hunting and wildlife viewing opportunities. Updated weekly.