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The Dam Hole on the Trask River closed to fishing on Sept. 1 and will remain closed until Nov. 30.

Effective October 19, the daily bag limit reduces for adult hatchery Chinook 

Retention of wild adult fall Chinook salmon is prohibited effective October 5, 2019.

Steelhead, fall Chinook and coho bag limits reduced to one per day.

Fishing

Licensing Info

Fishing licenses are valid from Jan. 1 to Dec. 31. You can begin buying your next year's license on Dec. 1 of the prior year. If you have questions, please call ODFW licensing staff at 503-947-6101.

2019 sport fishing license, tag and permit fees

Licenses

Annual Angling License

Resident* $41.00
Nonresident $103.50

Resident is defined as a person who has resided in Oregon at least six months immediately prior to applying for a license, tag or permit. See the e-regulations for more details.

Sports Pac

includes fishing, shellfish and hunting license; combined angling tag; spring turkey, cougar,
general or controlled bear tag, elk and deer tags; upland bird and waterfowl validations

Resident $188.50
Resident with Columbia River Basin Endorsement $198.25
Nonresident N/A

Combined Angling and Hunting

Resident $69.00
Nonresident N/A

Endorsements and validations

Two-rod Validation

Resident/Nonresident $24.50

Columbia River Basin Endorsement

Resident/Nonresident $9.75
Learn where and for what you need this endorsement

Tags

Adult Combined Angling Tag

required if fishing for salmon, steelhead, sturgeon or halibut
Resident $40.50
Nonresident $60.50

Hatchery Salmon/Steelhead Harvest Card

Resident/Nonresident $28.50

Youth licenses

Youth License (12-17 years old)

includes fishing, hunting and shellfish license and Columbia River Basin Endorsement
Resident/Nonresident $10.00

Youth Sports Pac

includes fishing, shellfish and hunting license; combined angling tag; spring turkey, cougar,
general or controlled bear tag, elk and deer tags; upland bird and waterfowl validations and the Columbia River Basin Endorsement

Resident $55.00
Nonresident N/A

Youth Tags

Youth Angling Combined Angling Tag
Resident/Nonresident $5.00

Resident Senior and Pioneer Licenses

Senior Angling

70 years old and Oregon resident for at least 5 years
Resident $27.00
Nonresident N/A

Senior Combination

70 years old and Oregon resident for at least 5 years
Resident $44.50
Nonresident N/A

Pioneer Combination

65 years old and Oregon resident for at least 50 years;
includes fishing and hunting license and Columbia River Basin Endorsement. Available only at ODFW offices that sell licenses.

Resident $6.00
Nonresident N/A

Disabled Veteran and Uniformed Service Member licenses

Uniformed Services Angling

Resident N/A
Nonresident $41.00

Disabled Veteran Combination

includes Columbia River Basin Endorsement
Resident FREE
Nonresident N/A
Resident Disabled Veteran License Application 

Daily/multi-day licenses,
includes Combined Angling Tag

One Day Angling

Resident/Nonresident $21.00

Two Day Angling

Resident/Nonresident $38.00

Three Day Angling

Resident/Nonresident $54.50

Seven Day Angling

Resident N/A
Nonresident $84.50

Columbia River Basin Endorsement (each day)

Resident/Nonresident $1.00
Learn where and for what you need this endorsement

Daily Angling and Shellfish Combination

Resident/Nonresident $30.50

Other permits and applications

Duplicate License, Tag, or Permit

Resident/Nonresident $2.00

Wildlife Area Parking Permit

Daily $10.00
Annual $30.00

Aquatic Invasive Species Prevention Permit - Nonmotorized Boats

Resident/Nonresident $7.00

Aquatic Invasive Species Prevention Permit - Motorized Boats

Resident N/A
Nonresident $22.00

Oregon Disabilities Hunting and Fishing Permit*

includes disabled clam digging
FREE
Oregon Disabilities Hunting and Fishing Permit
*Regular fishing license and tags are still required.

 

Additional Resources

ODFW collects salmon and steelhead harvest statistics from rivers and streams throughout the state. This data can help you pinpoint productive fisheries.

The number of fish passing over dams can be a good indicator of how many fish are in the river and how the run is progressing.

One of our favorite web resources for tying the most common fishing knots.