Other Central Oregon Fishing Links

  • Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife Home Page
    • Main web site where fish and wildlife information is availably for the state of Oregon.
  • Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife: Fish Information, Fishing Report, and Fishing Regulations:
    • Consists of 1) angling resources, 2) fish programs, plans and research information, 3) hatchery information, and 4) Species information.
  • Central Oregon Fly Fishers:
    • The group consists of both avid, experienced fly fishers as well as those that are new to the sport. Some join the organization in order to help out on our many conservation projects, some to add their voice to the group in the advocacy of wise fishery practices, many to meet new folks to go fishing with, and most to learn something new.
  • Forest Service Nature Watch:
    • FishWatch is an aquatic and fisheries focused educational program established to elevate awareness of the importance for fish and clean water; encourage an interest and excitement for fish viewing; provide fish viewing opportunities; and provide opportunities for volunteers and partnerships to play a role in the conservation of our aquatic resources.
  • Fish Watch:
    • FishWatch is an aquatic and fisheries focused educational program established to elevate awareness of the importance for fish and clean water; encourage an interest and excitement for fish viewing; provide fish viewing opportunities; and provide opportunities for volunteers and partnerships to play a role in the conservation of our aquatic resources.
  • Forest Service Fishing:
    • Over 150,000 miles of streams and 2.5 million acres of lakes found on your national forests and grasslands! And we welcome you to enjoy the world-class recreational fishing opportunities they provide.
  • Kokanee Karnival:
    • The Kokanee Karnival includes field trips to teach students about life cycles, habitat, food chains and water quality. The field trip was followed by tours of hatcheries where students observed spawning, ponding and feeding. Then, students received kokanee eggs for their classroom incubators. The final portion of the program involves angler education instruction to students. Donors contributed $2,000 and 985 hours to this highly successful program.
  • Wolftree:
    • Wolftree serves people, their communities and the Earth through science education in the outdoors. Wolftree Inc seeks to improve science education so that people can enhance the quality of their lives through active stewardship. That mission is carried out by designing and implementing programs focused on the science of ecology that are hands-on, community-based and in the outdoors.
       




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