Hunting and fishing again open to non-residents

Hunting and fishing in Oregon has reopened to non-residents, but crabbing and clamming remain closed for now. The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife ended its hunting and fishing closure to non-residents on Tuesday.

In a notice on the agency’s web page, ODFW officials also pointed out that while most seasons remain open during the COVID-19 pandemic, many of the public access points for fishing, hunting, clamming and crabbing remain closed, including boat ramps, parking lots and restrooms.

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