September 24, 2020
Get the latest updates on access, closures, impacts
With the extreme season in Oregon, hunters and anglers should check ahead about possible closures, restrictions and cancellations. We are updating access conditions as we can in the Recreation Report. However, conditions can change quickly, and in between updates.
To help you find the latest information regarding public access, closures and other wildfire-related issues, we’ve created . Here you’ll find the latest ODFW closures and cancellations, as well as links to land management agencies and their current notices.
At White River, Irrigon, Coquille and EE Wilson wildlife areas
These youth-only hunts are a great opportunity for new hunters to experience bird hunting for the first time and for more experienced youth to get ready for upcoming hunting season.
What a difference a bit of rain and cooler temperatures can make. Anglers can expect salmon, trout and late-season steelhead fishing to start picking up as we head into fall.
Two more days – Sept. 28-29 – have been Columbia River Subarea all-depth halibut fishery.
Clamming and mussel harvest remain closed to nonresidents along the entire Oregon coast. Crabbing is open to nonresidents from Cape Falcon (between Seaside and Tillamook) south to the CA border.