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Eureka Public Marina, Humboldt County
Sights around Humboldt Bay are best viewed from a boat and a kayak lets you explore everywhere.


It’s even easier to practice the ancient sport of archery in Oregon. ODFW recently opened two new public archery ranges: one in Hillsboro at the Portland Community College Rock Creek Campus and another in Junction City next to ODFW’s fishing pond. The department also recently added an elevated shooting platform at its EE Wilson Wildlife Area range near Corvallis. The range in...
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No bag limit at Thief Valley Reservoir beginning Aug. 16
by ODFW, AUGUST 15, 2017
Thief Valley Reservoir

Dry conditions in Eastern Oregon and declining water levels in Thief Valley Reservoir have prompted local fish biologists to remove daily bag and possession limits on the reservoir starting Wednesday, Aug.16 until Sept. 30, 2017. Size and harvest method restrictions are also lifted so anglers will be able to take any size fish with a rod, a net or by hand. Thief...
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ODFW test-drops larger trout in Eagle Cap mountain lakes
by ODFW, AUGUST 15, 2017
Wallowa Lake

 Thousands of juvenile trout were airlifted to the Wallowa Mountains last week by the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife to supplement the fish populations of lakes within the 361,000-acre Eagle Cap Wilderness in Northeast Oregon. The Eagle Cap Wilderness has some of Oregon’s most beautiful mountain lakes, including the state’s highest lake, Legore Lake, perched above the Wallowa Valley at...
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Lake Sabrina Fish Report
by Lake Sabrina Boat Landing Staff, AUGUST 14, 2017
Lake Sabrina

Lake Sabrina Boat Landing 760-873-7425 August 14, 2017 THE CAFÉ (AND ONLY THE CAFÉ) WILL BE CLOSED AUGUST 19 & 20, 2017 The Store will be open Boat Rentals will be available WATCH OUT FOR DEER! Don’t forget that jacket! With school starting for most kidlings, thought it might quiet down at the Lake this past week and weekend, but nope, y’all showed up again and we thank you. Lots...
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Eagle Lake Update
by Valerie Aubrey, AUGUST 14, 2017
Eagle Lake

Valerie Aubrey checked in this afternoon with a fish report from Eagle Lake. Check out Melisa with 2 outta 6 beauties we bagged today on the late bite! 23-27ft deep. Up until this week she had never fished before! Now planning a late fall trip up!!
What Makes A Fish A Successful Invasive?
by FISHBIO, AUGUST 13, 2017

The state of California has seen the largest number of non-native fish introductions in the entire country (161 fresh- and saltwater species; Nico and Fuller 1999), and an estimated 49 nonnative species have successfully established populations in the state’s freshwater systems (Moyle 2002).  However, another 38 estimated freshwater species have been introduced to California, but have failed to establish populations (Marchetti et al....
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