Oregon Re-Opens up for Fishing and Hunting for Non-Residents
If you've been itching to get across those state lines to fish or hunt in Oregon you are going to love this news update.
Starting May 5th, Oregon is going to allow non-residents to fish and hunt again in the state. Clamming and Crabbing will still remain closed.
A video was released on the Oregon State Department Of Wildlife Facebook talks about the requirements needed for non-residents to start hunting and fishing in Oregon again.
If you do need a refund, the OSDW will work with you to get it figured out. The controlled deadline is still May 15th and youth should start thinking about fall hunting even if they haven't completed their hunter education classes - you can get all the information you need here.
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