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Dog days of summer loom, but fish still bite

The dog days of summer are looming, water in small ponds and shallow lakes is warming and the annual progression of summer is starting to affect the angling conditions across Lane County, which...

 
 By Staff Reports    Outdoors    July 4, 2019

Oregon's big game regulations open for discussion before Sept. 13 decision

Residents have an opportunity to comment on proposed changes to Oregon’s big game regulations at a series of meetings around the state in July. Some of the proposals are sweeping changes, and hunters need to be heard. This will be the only chance...

 

Angler's Log - July 4, 2019

Salmon are at the top of the report this week. The ocean salmon season opened in June and the fishing has been exceptional off the Lane County Coast. For parties fishing out of Florence there are a...

 

Stunning site: Heceta Head offers scenic view of history from old lighthouse

Reaching from the crest of the Cascade Mountains to the eastern edge of the Pacific Ocean, Lane County is among the most popular destinations in our great state – a place where you can catch a...

 

Angler's Log

The calendar tells us that summer is still several days away, but the weather has been loudly proclaiming that summer arrived several weeks ago. Fortunately we had a wet winter with above-average...

 

Outdoor Notebook

Poor salmon run prompts Hatchery closing Poor returns of spring Chinook salmon, combined with low flows and potentially elevated water temperatures has prompted the Oregon Department of Fish and...

 

Childhood fishing set the hook for life of adventure

It's my pleasure to introduce myself to the readers of the Creswell Chronicle. I'm looking forward to giving you the latest and what I hope will be the best fishing report locally available for the...

 

Fishing Report

• Labor Day was a wet one across much of western Oregon, including Lane County, which saw March return for the weekend. Let's say it shook the apple cart a bit but this weekend things have returned...

 
 By Staff Reports    Outdoors    May 30, 2019

Expert river guide joins Chronicle

Frank Armendariz started his guide career on Oregon’s Deschutes River in 1984 as a contract fly fishing guide then outfitter and owner operator of Rivers Path Outfitters. They specialized in three- to five-day fly fishing/camp out trips on the lowe...

 
 By Aliya Hall    Outdoors    April 11, 2019

Creswell Clay Target Sports holds ladies night Next event is April 17

Creswell Clay Target Sports is attempting to draw female shooting enthusiasts by offering a special Ladies' Shooting Night once a month. "Shooting clubs in general tend to be 'good ol' boys clubs,'...

 

Emerald Valley Armory celebrates one year in new location

For local gun enthusiasts, Emerald Valley Armory has been a staple in the Creswell community since it was founded by Raye Gunter in late 2011. One year ago, on March 20, 2018, Gunter relocated to 147...

 

Winter weakens, spring kills: Late snow creates tough conditions for big game

In January, deer and elk in Oregon were in good body condition, and it looked like another mild winter for the state. Then came February. "We got two feet of snow in 24 hours here in central Oregon...

 

Outdoors Notes

Turkey hunting workshop Just in time for spring turkey season, Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife will host a turkey hunting workshop for adult participants (age 18 and older) on Saturday, April...

 

Public feedback needed for Cougar Dam assessment

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is accepting comments on a draft environmental assessment for downstream fish passage at Cougar Dam. The report will evaluate alternatives for the Corps' proposed...

 

Snow Recap

Storm helps state recover on snow, streamflows The shortest month of the year delivered record-breaking snowfall across the state, dramatically improving Oregon's summer water supply outlook. The...

 
 By Kym Pokorny    Outdoors    March 7, 2019

Educate yourself before using organic pesticides

Reaching for a pesticide - even an organic one - should be a thoughtful act: Nothing used to kill pests is risk-free.  The first question to ask is if pesticides are really needed at all is by... Full story

 

Spring bear hunt draw results now available

The spring bear hunt draw results are now available. Login at the MyODFW.com licensing page and look under Recreational Portfolio / Controlled Hunts to view results, or call Oregon Department of Fish...

 

Oregon cougar management: Looking back to be more effective looking ahead

The fatal cougar attack on a hiker in the Mount Hood National Forest last year was a tragic thing. Evidence evaluation indicated the cougar was a female in good health. Is this a surprise? Not really....

 

Outdoor recreational activity participation cuts healthcare costs by millions

Oregonian's participation in outdoor recreation activities saves the state $1.4 billion annually in healthcare costs, according to a report released recently by the Oregon Parks and Recreation...

 

Bills address Oregon gun owners

A total of 1,467 bills were filed in advance of the 2019 Oregon Legislative session, and several focus on gun ownership rights. The Legislative session began on Monday, Jan. 21. Below is a small sample of some of the House and Senate bills Oregon...

 

Whale watching week returns Dec. 27-31 as whales migrate past Oregon coast

Gray whales are on the move south again this December, and Oregon Parks and Recreation Department (OPRD) is celebrating the migration with the annual Whale Watching Week Dec. 27 through 31....

 

OHA increases reward in moose poaching case

The Oregon Hunters Association's Emerald Valley Chapter has pledged $500 toward the reward for information leading to an arrest in the case of a rare bull moose poached in Oregon's Wallowa County, bri...

 

Save Hunter/Angler ID#, get ready to verify accounts: New ODFW Electronic Licensing System to launch Dec. 1

Get ready for the launch of Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife's new modernized licensing system on Dec. 1-hang onto the 2018 hunting or fishing license, or take a photo of it to make verification...

 

Elk River anglers: radio-tagged fish must be released unharmed

Elk River anglers are reminded to release unharmed any radio-tagged fall chinook salmon caught. Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife is conducting a research project tagging up to 100 hatchery and...

 

Turn in poachers – get big game preference points

A new program will provide big game preference points in lieu of a cash reward to people who turn in poachers. The program builds on the long standing Turn in Poachers Program (TIP), a successful coll...

 

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