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Willamette Zone hunting report, May 10

WILLAMETTE ZONE HUNTING OPEN: COUGAR, CONTROLLED SPRING BEAR, SPRING TURKEY

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Willamette Zone fishing report, May 10

Weekend fishing opportunities: Trout season opened in many upper Willamette basin waterbodies on Saturday, April 26. Spring Chinook fishing continues on the Willamette River. Trout stocking is in full gear at locations throughout the Willamette Valley. Spring Chinook are now moving into the Clackamas River and should be showing up in the Sandy and Santiam systems anytime. The Molalla River is in good shape for steelhead fishing.

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Willamette Zone weekly hunting report, Sept. 5

WILLAMETTE ZONE HUNTING OPEN: COUGAR, BEAR, ARCHERY DEER & ELK, FOREST GROUSE, MTN & CALIF QUAIL, MOURNING DOVE

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Willamette Zone weekly fishing update, Sept. 20

Weekend fishing opportunities: Coho are now entering the Columbia River and are starting to show up in the Sandy, Clackamas, Willamette, and Santiam rivers. A Family Fishing Event is scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 21 at St. Louis Ponds near Woodburn. Rainbow trout will be released for this event, which takes place from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Volunteer instructors will be present to loan out fishing gear to anybody who needs it (on a first-come, first-served basis) and to assist anglers with effective trout fishing techniques. The Alton Baker canal in Eugene will be stocked along its length this week with legal- and larger-sized rainbow trout. North Fork reservoir near Estacada was stocked with an additional 7,000 rainbow trout this week. Fishing conditions are excellent on the North Santiam River. The McKenzie River above Leaburg Lake will be boat stocked this week from Finn Rock to Ben and Kay Doris with a total of 2,750 legal-sized rainbow trout.

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Willamette Zone weekly wildlife viewing report

EE Wilson Wildlife Area. There are lots of deer, shorebirds and waterfowl to see on the Wildlife Area—look for goose, mallard, hooded merganser and wood duck broods. Wildlife viewing remains good for waterfowl and shorebirds. Neotropical migrants in the area include yellow-breasted chat, American goldfinch, various swallows, warblers, thrush, kinglet and common yellowthroat.

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Willamette Zone weekly hunting report

WILLAMETTE ZONE HUNTING OPEN: COUGAR

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Western Painted and Western Pond Turtles On warm, sunny days Oregon’s two native species of turtles can be seen on basking on logs in ponds, lakes, and side channels of rivers and large streams. Basking is critical to a turtle’s shell health and aids in food digestion. This is also the time of the year when turtles are often spotted on land, searching for places to lay their eggs. If you see a native turtle that seems to be headed somewhere, remove any hazards in its way and let it continue.

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willamette Zone weekly hunting report

WILLAMETTE ZONE HUNTING OPEN: COUGAR

Willamette Zone weekly fishing report

Weekend fishing opportunities: Surplus summer steelhead have been recycled on the Clackamas River at McIver, Barton and Riverside parks. There are still a few days to go after a million dollar fish at Hagg Lake, where Cabela’s “Fish for Millions” contest continues through July 7.

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NEWTS, a type of salamander common in the Pacific Northwest, may be observed in their migration from terrestrial environs such as rotten logs and moist soil to their breeding grounds in ponds, small lakes and the edges of streams. These small amphibians may be found if you are hiking in forests during or just after it rains.

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Hunter orange required for youth Don’t forget: hunters age 17 and under must wear a fluorescent orange upper garment OR hat when hunting upland game birds (except turkey) and game mammals (deer, elk, bear, cougar, pronghorn, goat, sheep, and western gray squirrel) with a firearm.

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Weekend fishing opportunities: The McKenzie River above Leaburg Lake will be boat-stocked this week from Forest Glen Landing near Blue River to Goodpasture Bridge with a total of 8,450 legal- and larger-sized rainbow trout. Progress Lake in Beaverton was stocked June 7 with 600 “pounder-plus” rainbow trout. Fishing is fair to good for spring Chinook and summer steelhead on the Sandy River.

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Weekend fishing opportunities: The McKenzie River below Leaburg Lake will be boat-stocked this week from Leaburg Town Landing to Hendricks with a total of 5,900 legal- and larger-sized rainbow trout. Progress Lake in Beaverton was stocked June 7 with 600 “pounder-plus” rainbow trout. Fishing is fair to good for spring Chinook and summer steelhead on the Sandy River.

Willamette Zone weekly hunting report

WILLAMETTE ZONE HUNTING OPEN: COUGAR

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Willamette Zone weekly wildlife viewing report

Ruffed grouse courting Listen for a rhythmic drumming as you hike the forests this spring ― male ruffed grouse are out courting females and their rhythmic wing beating (drumming) is used to advertise their presence and draw females into their territories. Drumming starts with a slow but powerful wing beat every second, rapidly speeding up, and ending 8 to 11 seconds later. This acoustic “calling card” is repeated every 3 to 5 minutes in the early morning and late afternoon during the breeding season. Ruffed grouse are native to Oregon and can be easily identified by their relatively long, fan-shaped and distinctively banded tail in addition to their neck ruffs. Look and listen for these 16-19 inch long, brown or gray-brown, chicken sized birds in deciduous and mixed forest communities in western Oregon.

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Willamette Zone weekly wildlife viewing report

Springfield Area Fern Ridge Wildlife Area Fern Ridge Wildlife Area is open daily for public use providing great wildlife viewing opportunities. (One section of levee in the western portion of the Fisher Butte unit is posted closed to provide wildlife sanctuary during nesting season.)

Willamette Zone weekly fishing report

Weekend fishing opportunities: The McKenzie River above Leaburg Lake will be boat-stocked this week from Finn Rock to Goodpasture Landing with a total of 9,200 legal- and larger-sized rainbow trout. Progress Lake in Beaverton was stocked June 7 with 600 “pounder-plus” rainbow trout. Quartzville Creek will be be stocked this week with 2,000 rainbow trout with opportunities to catch some nice wild cutthroat trout as well. Fishing is fair to good for spring chinook and summer steelhead on the Sandy River.

Weekly fishing reports for Oregon

Weekly fishing reports for Willamette, central, southeast, northeast, Columbia and marine zones. Great trout fishing continues The stars are aligning for some good trout fishing in the next few weeks. Water temperatures in lakes and reservoirs are still relatively cool, lots of trout have been stocked for both the Memorial Day and Free Fishing weekends, coastal rivers are now open for native cutthroat fishing and the weather looks good. Check out the latest updates in the Recreation Report to help plan your next fishing adventure.

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Central Zone weekly fishing report

Trout fishing continues to be good on Big Lava, Crane Prairie, Odell and North and South Twin lakes. The stonefly hatches (some the best in years) are underway on the lower Deschutes River. South Twin lake has been chosen as a venue for Cabela’s “Fish for Milions” promotion, which began Saturday, May 4 and continues through July 7.

Willamette Zone weedly wildlife viewing report

VALLEYWIDE The WESTERN MEADOWLARK was voted Oregon’s state bird by school children in 1927. Meadowlarks are found in grassland-type habitats where they sing from perches such as fence posts, shrubs, trees, or powerlines. Remnant grassland prairie habitats, pastures and even young Christmas tree plantations along the edge of the Willamette Valley are good places to find these birds. Listen for their liquid, melodious song. Western meadowlarks can be seen in fair numbers just north of the east end of Diamond Hill Rd. (Diamond hill road crosses I-5 at the Harrisburg exit). There are untilled pasture lands that still support the native Willamette Valley sunflower and our state bird that has such a beautiful and distinctive call. Although meadowlark populations are abundant in Eastern Oregon, they are declining in the valley because of loss of native prairie to farming and development. s their habitat shrinks nest predators like fox, skunk, raccoon and non-native opossum and house cats have an increasing impact on these grassland birds.

Willamette Zone weekly hunting report

OPEN: COUGAR TURKEY AND BEAR SEASONS CLOSED MAY 31.

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Additional weekend fishing opportunities: Spring chinook fishing has slowed down in the lower Willamette River but persistent anglers are still catching a few fish. Steelhead fishing is fair on the North and South Santiam and spring chinook are starting to arrive in the system. Steelhead fishing is fair on the Clackamas River. Anglers are starting to pick up a few spring chinook on the Sandy and Clackamas rivers Trout stocking is in .full swing around the Willamette Valley and Portland metro area. Sites scheduled for stocking this week: Estacada Lake, Faraday Lake, Harriet Lake, Henry Hagg Lake, North Fork Reservoir, Small Fry Lake, Alton Baker Canal, Blue River above Blue River Reservoir, Blue River Reservoir, Carmen Reservoir, Clear Lake, EE Wilson Pond, Fall Creek above Fall Creek Reservoir, Foster Reservoir, Hills Creek above Hills Creek Reservoir, Junction City Pond, Leaburg Lake, McKenzie River above Leaburg Lake, Salmon Creek, Smith Reservoir, Willamette River Middle Fork above Hills Creek Reservoir.

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Central Zone weekly fishing report

Weekend fishing opportunities: Trout fishing continues to be good on Big Lava, Crane Prairie, Odell and North and South Twin lakes. South Twin lake has been chosen as a venue for Cabela’s “Fish for Milions” promotion, which began Saturday, May 4 and continues through July 7. Rainbow trout have been tagged with spaghetti tags that could be worth up to $2 million to the angler lucky enough to catch one. For more information and to register.

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Saturday, May 25 – Animal Tracking Workshop, 10 a.m. – 1:30 p.m., Oxbow Regional Park. Learn how to identify beavers, otters, deer and other creatures at this workshop hosted by Metro. Registration and payment of $11 per adult required in advance. For more information, call 503-220-2781. Oxbow Regional Park is located at 3010 SE Oxbow Parkway, Gresham, OR 97080. Parking $5.

Willamette Zone weekly hunting report

WILLAMETTE ZONE HUNTING OPEN: COUGAR, SPRING BEAR, SPRING TURKEY

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Willamette Zone weekly fishing report

Weekend fishing opportunities: Spring chinook fishing has slowed down in the lower Willamette River but persistent anglers are still catching a few fish. Steelhead fishing is fair on the North and South Santiam and spring chinook are starting to arrive in the system. Steelhead fishing is fair on the Clackamas River. Anglers are starting to pick up a few spring chinook on the Sandy and Clackamas rivers Trout stocking is in .full swing around the Willamette Valley and Portland metro area. Sites scheduled for stocking this week: Harriet Lake, Henry Hagg Lake, Mt. Hood Pond, Sheridan Pond, Silver Creek Reservoir, Trillium Lake, South Fork Yamhill River, Alton Baker Canal, Carmen Reservoir, Clear Lake, EE Wilson Pond, Foster Reservoir, Junction City Pond, Leaburg Lake, Salmon Creek, Smith Reservoir.

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EVENTS Saturday, May 25 – Animal Tracking Workshop, 10 a.m. – 1:30 p.m., Oxbow Regional Park. Learn how to identify beavers, otters, deer and other creatures at this workshop hosted by Metro. Registration and payment of $11 per adult required in advance. For more information, call 503-220-2781. Oxbow Regional Park is located at 3010 SE Oxbow Parkway, Gresham, OR 97080. Parking $5.

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Willamette Zone weekly hunting report

WILLAMETTE ZONE HUNTING OPEN: COUGAR, SPRING BEAR, SPRING TURKEY

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Willamette Zone weekly fishing report

Weekend fishing opportunities: Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife will host a Family Fishing event on Saturday, May 18 at Mt. Hood Pond in Gresham from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Fishing at this location is restricted to youths 17 and under and persons with disability fishing permits. Spring chinook fishing has slowed down in the lower Willamette River but persistent anglers are still catching a few fish. Steelhead fishing is fair on the North and South Santiam and spring chinook are starting to arrive in the system. Steelhead are being caught in the Town Run of the Willamette in the Eugene-Springfield area. Steelhead fishing is fair on the Clackamas River. Anglers are starting to pick up a few spring chinook on the Sandy River. Trout stocking is in full swing around the Willamette Valley and Portland metro area. Sites scheduled for stocking this week: Faraday Lake, Huddleston Pond, Small Fry Lake, Alton Baker Canal, Big Cliff Reservoir, Breitenbush River, Detroit Reservoir, Foster Reservoir, Leaburg Lake, McKenzie River, Quartzville Creek, Santiam River NF above Detroit Lake, Sunnyside Park Pond, Timber Linn Lake, Trail Bridge Reservoir, Waverly Lake, and the Coast fork of the Willamette River.

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VALLEYWIDE Wild turkeys are actively strutting and courting during this time of year. These birds were introduced into Oregon from other parts of the US where they are native. These birds are widely established in the foothills around the edge of the Willamette Valley. Look for them where there is a mix of wooded areas and pastures. Mixed hardwoods, especially oaks, are preferred over conifers. Tall pines or fir trees are often used for night roosts. Fortunately, turkeys are most active and easiest to see on warm sunny days! Landowners beware! While turkeys are fun to watch and have around, if you feed them you may create a serious problem for yourself and your neighbors. Turkeys will often become a serious nuisance when they concentrate in an area because they are being fed. Turkeys that are not fed will range widely and rarely cause such problems.

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Willamette Zone weekly hunting report

WILLAMETTE ZONE HUNTING OPEN: COUGAR, SPRING BEAR, SPRING TURKEY

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Willamette Zone weekly fishing report

Weekend fishing opportunities: Spring chinook fishing is good in the lower Willamette River. Steelhead fishing is fair on the North and South Santiam and spring chinook are starting to arrive in the system. Steelhead are being caught in the Town Run of the Willamette in the Eugene-Springfield area. Steelhead fishing is fair to good on the Clackamas River Trout stocking is in full swing around the Willamette Valley and Portland metro area. Sites scheduled for stocking this week: Henry Hagg Lake, Sheridan Pond, Alton Baker Canal, Detroit Reservoir, Dexter Reservoir, EE Wilson Pond, Foster Reservoir, Junction City Pond, Leaburg Lake, the McKenzie River, Sunnyside Park Pond, Timber Linn Lake, Walling Pond, Walter Wirth Lake, Waverly Lake.

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Willamette Zone weekly wildlife viewing report

WILLAMETTE ZONE VIEWING VALLEYWIDE Wild turkeys are actively strutting and courting during this time of year. These birds were introduced into Oregon from other parts of the US where they are native. These birds are widely established in the foothills around the edge of the Willamette Valley. Look for them where there is a mix of wooded areas and pastures. Mixed hardwoods, especially oaks, are preferred over conifers. Tall pines or fir trees are often used for night roosts. Fortunately, turkeys are most active and easiest to see on warm sunny days! Landowners beware! While turkeys are fun to watch and have around, if you feed them you may create a serious problem for yourself and your neighbors. Turkeys will often become a serious nuisance when they concentrate in an area because they are being fed.

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Willamette Zone weekly hunting report

WILLAMETTE ZONE HUNTING OPEN: COUGAR, SPRING BEAR, SPRING TURKEY

Willmatte Zone weekly fishing report

ODFW will host a Family Fishing Event at Alton Baker Canoe Canal (behind Kowloons Restaurant) at Alton Baker Park in Eugene. This free event will occur on Sunday, May 5 from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Staff and volunteer instructors will be on hand to help inexperienced anglers learn how to rig and use their gear. ODFW will loan out angling equipment on a first-come first-served basis. Contact the Springfield office at 541-726-3515 for more information. Spring chinook fishing is good in the lower Willamette River. Steelhead fishing is fair on the North and South Santiam and spring chinook are starting to arrive in the system. Steelhead are being caught in the Town Run of the Willamette in the Eugene-Springfield area. Steelhead fishing is fair to good on the Clackamas River Trout stocking is in full swing around the Willamette Valley and Portland metro area. Sites scheduled for stocking this week: Benson Lake, Bethanyt Pond, Blue Lake, Canby Pond, Commonwealth Lake, Dorman Pond, Haldeman Pond, Hartman Pond Henry Hagg Lake, Huddleston Pond, Mt. Hood Pond, Progress Lake, Salmonberry Lake, Silver Creek Reservoir, Alton Baker Canal, Detroit Reservoir, Dexter Reservoir, EE Wilson Pond, Foster Reservoir, Junction City Pond, Leaburg Lake, McKenzie River above Leaburg Lake, Sunnyside Park Pond, Timber Linn Lake, Walling Pond, Walter Wirth Lake and Waverly Lake.

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Willamette Zone wildlife viewing

VALLEYWIDE Wild turkeys are actively strutting and courting during this time of year. These birds were introduced into Oregon from other parts of the US where they are native. These birds are widely established in the foothills around the edge of the Willamette Valley. Look for them where there is a mix of wooded areas and pastures.

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Willamette Zone hunting weekly report

WILLAMETTE ZONE HUNTING OPEN: COUGAR, SPRING BEAR, SPRING TURKEY Mandatory Reporting Thanks to all hunters who reported their 2012 tags on time. Hunters who did not report 2012 deer and elk tags on time will pay a $25 penalty fee when they purchase a 2014 hunting license. If your 2012 deer and elk hunts extend into 2013, you have until April 15, 2013 to report your hunt. More information on reporting http://www.dfw.state.or.us/resources/hunting/reporting/index.asp

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Willamette Zone weekly fishing report

Weekend fishing opportunities ODFW will host a Family Fishing Event at the Trojan Pond on Saturday, April 27 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Staff and volunteer instructors will be on hand to help inexperienced anglers learn how to rig and use their gear. The department will loan out rods, reels and tackle to anyone who needs it, on a first-come first-served basis. Spring chinook fishing in the lower Willamette River is moving toward its peak. Steelhead fishing is fair on the North and South Santiam and spring chinook are starting to arrive in the system. Steelhead fishing is fair to good on the Clackamas River Trout stocking is in full swing around the Willamette Valley and Portland metro area. Sites scheduled for stocking this week include Canby Pond, Henry Hagg Lake, Huddleston Pond, Carmen Reservoir, Clear Lake, Coast Fork of the Willamette River, Detroit Reservoir, Dorena Reservoir, EE Wilson Pond, Foster Reservoir, Hills Creek above Hills Creek Reservoir, Junction City Pond, Leaburg Lake, the McKenzie River below Leaburg Lake, Salmon Creek, Salt Creek and Smith Reservoir.

Willamette Zone weekly wildlife viewing report

Wild turkeys are actively strutting and courting during this time of year. These birds were introduced into Oregon from other parts of the US where they are native. These birds are widely established in the foothills around the edge of the Willamette Valley. Look for them where there is a mix of wooded areas and pastures.

Willamette Zone weekly hunting report

Spring BEAR season opened on April 1 for those hunters with a tag.

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ODFW will host a Family Fishing Event at the St. Louis Ponds on Sunday, April 21 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Staff and volunteer instructors will be on hand to help inexperienced anglers learn how to rig and use their gear. The department will loan out rods, reels and tackle to anyone who needs it, on a first-come first-served basis. Spring chinook fishing effort and catch rates picked up on the Willamette River over the past week, as the season moves into high gear. Steelhead fishing is picking up on the North and Santiam rivers. Trout stocking is in full swing around the Willamette Valley and Portland metro area. Sites scheduled for stocking this week include Benson Lake, Canby Pond, Harriet Lake, Hartman Pond, Henry Hagg Lake, Mt. Hood Pond, Sheridan Pond, Silver Creek Reservoir, Trojan Ponds, Cottage Grove Reservoir, Detroit Reservoir, EE Wilson Pond, Foster Reservoir, Freeway Lake, Green Peter Reservoir, Junction City Pond, Roaring River Park Pond, Sunnyside Park Pond, Sheridan Pond, Timber Linn Lake, Walling Pond, Walter Wirth Lake, Waverly Lake, and Silver Creek Reservoir.

Willamette Zone fishing report

• A few spring chinook have been landed on the lower Willamette, and angler effort is picking up in anticipation of stronger returns. • Steelhead fishing is picking up on the North and Santiam rivers. • Trout stocking is getting in full swing at various locations around the Willamette Valley. Sites scheduled for stocking this week include Canby Pond, Sheridan Pond, St. Louis Ponds, Alton Baker Cano Canal, Cottage Grove Pond, Dexter Reservoir, EE Wilson Pond, Junction City Pond, Timber Linn Lake and Waverly Lake. • A free family fishing event will occur at Cottage Grove Pond east of Cottage Grove off Row River Road on Sat. April 13 from 9:30-1:30pm. All equipment and instruction provided. No pre-registration required. Fishing licenses are required for anglers over 13 years of age. Contact the Springfield ODFW office at 541-726-3515 for additional information.

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NEW: Hunters get a free Sauvie Island parking permit with their purchase of an annual hunting license. Display on car dash. The parking permit is also required at EE Wilson Wildlife Area near Corvallis and a number of other areas.

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Willamette Zone wildlife viewing report

WETLANDS TURTLE WALK, Saturday, April 13, Smith and Bybee Wetlands, 1 – 2:30 p.m. Smith and Bybee Wetlands is home to one of the state’s largest Western painted turtle populations. See these beautiful reptiles with the help of Metro naturalist James Davis. Registration and payment of $6 per adult or $11 per household required in advance. For more information, call 503-220-2781. MT. TALBERT NATURE WALK, Wednesday, April 17, 8 – 11 a.m. Join Ron Escano and the Audubon Society of Portland on a walking tour of Mt. Talbert Nature Park to look for early spring migrants. Directions: From I 205 exit 14- Sunnyside/Sunnybrook off ramp, turn east on SE Sunnybrook Blvd.

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Weekend fishing opportunities: ODFW will host a youth fishing event at Canby Pond on Saturday, March 30 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. The department will provide fishing gear to youngsters who need it, and instructors will be on hand to provide helpful fishing tips. The pond will be well stocked for this event so that even inexperience anglers will have a good chance of catching a nice trout. A few spring chinook have been landed on the lower Willamette. Steelhead fishing is good on the Sandy and Clackamas rivers. Trout stocking is getting in full swing at various locations around the Willamette Valley. Sites scheduled for stocking this week include Canby Pond, Henry Hagg Lake, Huddleston Pond, St. Louis Ponds, Trojan Ponds, Sheridan Pond, Cottage Grove Reservoir, Creswell Pond, Detroit Reservoir, Dorena Reservoir, Foster Reservoir, and Roaring River Park Pond.

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Willamette Zone wildlife viewing report

VALLEYWIDE The Osprey Returns Each spring, osprey make their return to Oregon in preparation for the breeding season. Ospreys were first documented in Oregon in 1855 and historically were very numerous. In the 1970s, they experienced drastic declines as a side effect of widespread pesticide use. With environmental regulations that banned these chemical and the Federal Migratory Bird Treaty Act that offers protection to all native migratory birds, including osprey, ospreys have made a remarkable comeback.

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Willamette Zone hunting report

WILLAMETTE ZONE HUNTING OPEN: COUGAR, SPRING BEAR (controlled season opens April 1) Mandatory Reporting Thanks to all hunters who reported their 2012 tags on time. Hunters who did not report 2012 deer and elk tags on time will pay a $25 penalty fee when they purchase a 2014 hunting license. If your 2012 deer and elk hunts extend into 2013, you have until April 15, 2013 to report your hunt. More information on reporting http://www.dfw.state.or.us/resources/hunting/reporting/index.asp

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Willamette Zone wildlife viewing report

WILLAMETTE ZONE VIEWING VALLEYWIDE The Osprey Returns Each spring, osprey make their return to Oregon in preparation for the breeding season. Ospreys were first documented in Oregon in 1855 and historically were very numerous. In the 1970s, they experienced drastic declines as a side effect of widespread pesticide use. With environmental regulations that banned these chemical and the Federal Migratory Bird Treaty Act that offers protection to all native migratory birds, including osprey, ospreys have made a remarkable comeback.

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