Odfw salmon regulations

Odfw salmon regulations DEFAULT

Oregon

Southwest Zone Regulations

Species

Bag Limit

Size Limit and Other Specifications

Season

TroutLakes: 5 per day, 3 daily limits in possession. Streams: (including tidewaters and bays); 2 per day, 3 daily catch limits in possession.
  • Angling restricted to artificial flies and lures in streams above tidewater, May 22 - Aug 31. See Exceptions where use of bait is allowed.
  • 8 inch minimum length.
  • Only 1 trout over 20 inches in length may be taken per day.
  • Rainbow trout over 16 inches are considered steelhead in streams.
  • Salmon under 15 inches are considered trout, except coho salmon, which are always considered salmon regardless of size.
  • No limit on size or number of brook or brown trout in streams unless noted under Exceptions.
Lakes: Open all year Streams: (including tidewaters and bays): Open May 22 - Oct 31 unless noted under Exceptions.Salmon and SteelheadIn the aggregate: 2 adult salmon or steelhead per day, 20 per year. 5 jack salmon per day, 2 daily jack limits in possession. In the Coos, Coquille, Tenmile, and their tributaries, open for steelhead angling, one additional hatchery steelhead may be retained per day for a total aggregate of 3 adult fish harvested daily from Jan 1 - Apr 30 and Dec 1-31 only.
  • See exceptions to the Chinook salmon catch limit under Umpqua, Sixes, Elk, Pistol, Chetco and Winchuck rivers and Floras and Hunter creeks.
  • Pink salmon, sockeye salmon, hatchery coho salmon, and hatchery steelhead may be retained as part of the adult and jack salmon daily bag limit in all waters that are currently open to angling for Chinook salmon or steelhead.
  • Hatchery releases of coho salmon occur in the Rogue River and South Umpqua River.
  • Only hatchery steelhead may be kept, except as noted under Exceptions for the mainstem East Fork Coquille River, Illinois, Chetco, Elk, Pistol, Rogue, Sixes and Winchuck rivers and Hunter and Euchre creeks.
  • Where allowed, no more than a total of 1 per day and 3 per year wild steelhead may be taken per year zonewide.
  • Angling restricted to artificial flies and lures in streams above tidewater, May 22 - Aug 31. See Exceptions where use of bait is allowed.
  • Wild Coho Aggregate Bag Limit applies to NW and SW Zones. See description on Northwest Zone for detailed information.
  • There is no annual limit on hatchery salmon or hatchery steelhead as long as the appropriate number of Hatchery Harvest Tags have been purchased to record the catch.
Closed unless noted under Exceptions.SturgeonCatch-and-release only.
  • Closed to the retention of white sturgeon and green sturgeon.
  • All sturgeon must be immediately released unharmed into the water.
  • Sturgeon over 54 inches in fork length cannot be removed totally or in part from the water.
  • Only one single-point barbless hook may be used for sturgeon.
  • Angling restricted to artificial flies and lures in streams above tidewater May 22 - Aug 31. See Exceptions where use of bait is allowed.
Streams: (including tidewaters and bays): Open during trout, salmon or steelhead seasons.Largemouth and Smallmouth Bass5 per day, 3 daily limits in possession unless noted under Exceptions.
  • No more than 1 over 15 inches in length.
  • Angling restricted to artificial flies and lures in streams above tidewater, May 22 - Aug 31. See Exceptions where use of bait is allowed.
Lakes: Open all year. Streams (including tidewaters and bays): Open during trout, salmon or steelhead seasons.Bluegill, Catfish, Crappie, Other Sunfish, Walleye, Yellow Perch, Striped Bass, Sucker, Umpqua Pikeminnow, Carp, Chub, Sculpin and other Nongame Fish and ShadNo limit.
  • No minimum length unless noted under Exceptions.
  • Angling restricted to artificial flies and lures in streams above tidewater, May 22 - Aug 31. See Exceptions where use of bait is allowed.
  • Closed to take and possession of Umpqua Chub and Millicoma Dace.
Smelt
    • Unless specifically authorized under emergency rules, it is unlawful to take or attempt to take Eulachon smelt in inland waters, including bays, rivers, estuaries, and streams.
    • For smelt species other than Eulachon smelt, see Marine Zone for allowed Harvest Methods and other Restrictions. An angling license is required.
Marine Fish and Marine ShellfishSee Marine Zone.
Sours: https://www.eregulations.com/oregon/fishing/southwest-zone

Oregon

Northwest Zone Regulations

Species

Bag Limit

Size Limit and Other Specifications

Season

TroutLakes: 5 per day, 3 daily limits in possession. Streams: (including tidewaters and bays): 2 per day, 3 daily limits in possession.
  • Angling restricted to artificial flies and lures in streams above tidewater, May 22 - Aug 31. See Exceptions where use of bait is allowed.
  • 8 inch minimum length.
  • Only 1 trout over 20 inches in length may be taken per day.
  • Rainbow trout over 16 inches are considered steelhead in streams.
  • Salmon under 15 inches are considered trout, except coho salmon, which are always considered salmon regardless of size.
  • No limit on size or number of brook or brown trout in streams unless noted under Exceptions.
Lakes: Open all year Streams: (including tidewaters and bays): Open May 22 - Oct 31Salmon and SteelheadIn the aggregate: 2 adult salmon or steelhead per day, 20 per year. 5 jack salmon per day, 2 daily jack limits in possession.
  • See exceptions to the Chinook salmon catch limit under north coast streams (Necanicum to Salmon) and Yachats River.
  • Pink salmon, sockeye salmon, hatchery coho salmon, and hatchery steelhead may be retained as part of the adult and jack salmon daily bag limit in all waters that are currently open to angling for Chinook salmon or steelhead, except as specified in Exceptions.
  • Hatchery releases of coho salmon occur in the Trask River, North Fork Nehalem River, Big Creek, Klaskanine River and Youngs Bay.
  • Closed to angling for chum salmon (including jacks) unless noted under Exceptions.
  • Angling restricted to artificial flies and lures in streams above tidewater May 22 - Aug 31. See Exceptions where use of bait is allowed.
  • See Exceptions in NW Zone to determine where harvest of any Chinook salmon is allowed. Harvest of wild steelhead and wild coho salmon is prohibited in the NW Zone except as allowed under Exceptions for wild steelhead in Big Elk Creek, Salmon River, and wild coho in Siltcoos Lake and Tahkenitch Lake. There is no annual limit on hatchery salmon or hatchery steelhead as long as the appropriate number of Hatchery Harvest Tags have been purchased to record the catch.
Closed unless noted under Exceptions. Note: Regulation changes may occur throughout the year and are posted on the ODFW website: myodfw.com. Check before you fish.SturgeonCatch-and-release only.
  • Closed to the retention of white and green sturgeon.
  • All sturgeon must be immediately released unharmed into the water.
  • Sturgeon over 54 inches in fork length cannot be removed totally or in part from the water.
  • Only one single-point barbless hook may be used for sturgeon.
  • Angling restricted to artificial flies and lures in streams above tidewater May 22 - Aug 31. See Exceptions where use of bait is allowed.
  • Note: Tidewater portions of Columbia River tributaries are managed per Columbia River regulations. Columbia River sturgeon fisheries downstream of Bonneville Dam are restricted to catch-and-release angling only.
Streams: (including tidewaters and bays): Open during trout, salmon or steelhead seasons.Largemouth and Smallmouth Bass5 per day, 3 daily limits in possession.
  • No more than 3 over 15 inches in length.
  • Angling restricted to artificial flies and lures in streams above tidewater, May 22 - Aug 31. See Exceptions where use of bait is allowed.
Lakes: Open all year. Streams: (including tidewaters and bays): Open during trout, salmon or steelhead seasons, except tidewater areas of Columbia River tributaries downstream from the city of St. Helens are open all year.Bluegill, Catfish, Crappie, Other Sunfish, Walleye, Yellow Perch, Striped Bass, Sucker, Northern Pikeminnow, Carp, Chub, Sculpin and other Nongame Fish and ShadNo limit.
  • No minimum length.
  • Angling restricted to artificial flies and lures in streams above tidewater, May 22 - Aug 31. See Exceptions where use of bait is allowed.
Marine Fish and Marine ShellfishSee Marine Zone.Smelt
    • Unless specifically authorized under emergency rules, it is unlawful to take or attempt to take Eulachon smelt in inland waters, including bays, rivers, estuaries, and streams.
    • For smelt species other than Eulachon smelt, see Marine Zone for allowed Harvest Methods and other Restrictions. An angling license is required.
Sours: https://www.eregulations.com/oregon/fishing/northwest-zone
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Oregon ocean salmon sport regulations

Ocean salmon regulations are finalized in late-April for the “salmon year” that starts on May 1 and concludes the following April. The season regulations that go into effect March 15 of each year are those that were set in April of the previous year. In April, the Pacific Fishery Management Council and Oregon Fish and Game Commission adopt additional salmon seasons for the new "salmon year" beginning May 1.

2021 seasons on a time and area map

Statewide regulations:

  • Anglers fishing for salmon and all anglers fishing from boats with a salmon on board are limited to no more than 2 single point barbless hooks per line, and no more than one line per angler.
  • It is unlawful to fish for or take and retain any legal species while possessing on board any species not allowed to be taken in that area at that time.
  • Minimum lengths: Chinook = 24-inches, coho = 16-inches, steelhead = 20-inches, no minimum length for pink, chum or sockeye salmon in the ocean fishery.
  • Refer to the current Oregon Sport Fishing Regulations for descriptions of special marine management areas including closed areas and additional restrictions.

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Other resources:

Sours: https://myodfw.com/oregon-ocean-salmon-sport-regulations
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