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  • Fish and Wildlife Questions? Online talk with DFW Director

    Fish and Wildlife Questions? Online talk with DFW Director

    People can tune into the discussion and ask questions

  • DFW Uses Drone to Monitor Noxious Weeds

    DFW Uses Drone to Monitor Noxious Weeds

    Drone flights will start as early as this week and continue into October

  • DFW Keeps Lake Powell Invasives Out of Oregon

    DFW Keeps Lake Powell Invasives Out of Oregon

    The kayaks were just in Lake Powell at or near Bullfrog Marina...

  • DFW Fish Passage Task Force

    DFW Fish Passage Task Force

    The agenda includes two fish passage exemption requests.

  • DFW Lists Top Winter Angling Spots in Oregon

    DFW Lists Top Winter Angling Spots in Oregon

    Oregon DFW Lists Top Winter Angling Spots Even as Winter Approaches

  • DFW Details New Electronic Licensing System for Oregon

    DFW Details New Electronic Licensing System for Oregon

    ODFW’s new electronic licensing system (ELS) will allow customers to store their licenses, tags and validations online on their smart phone or tablet. Customers can also choose to carry paper documents, but will be able to purchase and print these documents from home using regular paper. The new system will also allow for electronic tagging of fish and game using an app that will work even when offline.

  • DFW to Use Drone in River Restoration Project

    DFW to Use Drone in River Restoration Project

    Scientists with the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) will fly a drone over a section of the Elochoman River in Wahkiakum County during the week of Sept. 24 to collect information to support river restoration work.

  • Looser Regulations Being Considered on Bass Size Limits For Some Tournaments.

    Looser Regulations Being Considered on Bass Size Limits For Some Tournaments.

    The current rules say anglers at Cave Run Lake must release all largemouth bass between 13 to 16 inches, and all smallmouth shorter than 18 inches.

  • Oregon DFW Offers Fish Cleaning Tips

    Oregon DFW Offers Fish Cleaning Tips

    A quick guide to cleaning and storing the fish you catch. Cleaning a fish Many anglers like to simply clean the fish and cook it whole. This works best for fish that have no or very small scales such as trout.Your catch should be cleaned and gutted as soon as possible. Fish are slippery and knives are sharp – be careful!

  • California DFW a Star at ISE | Discounted Licenses | Bass for the Tank

    California DFW a Star at ISE | Discounted Licenses | Bass for the Tank

    ISE is proud to partner with DFW on seveal levels including discounted license, providing bass for the Aquarium Tank, activities and experts in the Youth Fair and much more | read it here in the Program Guide,

  • California DFW Slates Meetings on Groundfish Management

    California DFW Slates Meetings on Groundfish Management

    The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) will hold five public workshops to discuss groundfish management in California. Attendees will hear an overview of recent groundfish management and science developments and then participate in focused stakeholder discussions on potential changes to recreational and commercial fishery management measures for 2017 and 2018. Several new groundfish stock assessments conducted in 2015 show some previously overfished stocks have been restored, possibly allowing for increased fishing opportunities.

  • Washington DFW Seeks Support For Steelhead License Plate -

    Washington DFW Seeks Support For Steelhead License Plate -

    A special license plate featuring a steelhead – the official state fish of Washington – could be an option for vehicle owners if a proposal for the new plate is approved by the state Legislature.

  • Washington DFW Releases Trout Early Due to Drought

    Washington DFW Releases Trout Early Due to Drought

    WDFW releases trout early into King County's Morton Lake OLYMPIA – State fishery managers have stocked King County's Morton Lake with trout months ahead of schedule due to drought conditions. The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) recently released the 1,500 rainbow trout, averaging one pound each, into Morton Lake near Kent. Typically, WDFW stocks the lake in October.