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Recreation Report: Make plans for ocean coho
East Oregonian 6/25/09
SALEM - The 2009 season managers have set the largest ocean coho
quota since 1992. The season south of Cape Falcon opened last
weekend and the rest of the Oregon coast opens this Sunday. Don't
miss the chance to hook into some of these easily-targeted and
hard-fighting fish. The season continues at least through August.
Leftover tags on sale July 15 at 10 a.m.
Leftover big game controlled hunt tags usually sell out in minutes
and are available for purchase at license agents and ODFW offices
that sell licenses. They will not be sold online.
Purchase big game tags online
Controlled hunt results were made available last week and can be
found online. Purchase your tag online, or at an ODFW office or
License Dollars at Work
Program funding improves fishing opportunities in Coos County.
From fishing docks to a winter steelhead telemetry study,several
Coos Country fisheries have benefited from projects funded by the
Restoration and Enhancement Program.
Learn how to fly-fish, razor clam, safely use a shotgun and
Visit ODFW's outdoor skills page to see the variety of workshops
available. The clinics teach the basic skills needed to take part
in outdoor activities safely. All necessary equipment plus lunch
are provided at events.
Sunday June 28, 2009 03:11 AM Pacific
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