Retention for sturgeon allowed for 2-more days.
Effective October 19, the daily bag limit reduces for adult hatchery Chinook
Crabbing remains open in bays and estuaries, and from beaches, docks and jetties.
The Oregon coast is open to razor clamming from the WA to CA borders.
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.
Crappie are scrappy fighters and excellent table fare. They do best in larger lakes and reservoirs where they congregate around pilings, sunken logs, underwater brush, weed beds and rocks.
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