35th Wffc Bih 2015

World Fly Fishing Championship 2019

Segment 13: Where to Find Fishing Information – How to Fish for Trout in Oregon

Segment 13: Where to Find Fishing Information – How to Fish for Trout in Oregon


The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife presents “How to Fish for Trout in Oregon.” Now that you have learned how
to be successful chasing trout in Oregon’s vast number of
lakes and streams, let’s take a moment to discuss how to
find a body of water close to home or nearby while on a trip
discovering the outdoors here in Oregon. The Internet has an incredible amount of available information. Start by visiting the Oregon Department
of Fish and Wildlife web page for up-to-date info on regulations as
well as recreation reports from each region in the State. On the ODFW website you will also be able to find the trout stocking schedules. These spreadsheets detail how many trout
will be placed into your local waterway each week
throughout the year. Several other publications can also be found on the Department’s website. Be sure to
look up “Easy Angling Oregon” the “50 in 60” pamphlet, various maps and the many other helpful tools
available. The Oregon Department of Fish and Widlife host family fishing events year-round throughout the state. There
are also several local fishing clubs and groups that can be found in nearly
every local community. Friendly fishing guides can also be a
great resource for information and may help shorten the learning curve
for any new angler. If there’s ever a question you may about fishing, regulations or the outdoors, contact us anytime via
phone email or by visiting any of our local offices. Now find your favorite lake or stream and go fishing.

2 thoughts on “Segment 13: Where to Find Fishing Information – How to Fish for Trout in Oregon

  1. Thank you for the series of videos, I’ll be visiting Oregon in two weeks and I’m extremely excited.

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