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Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife officials said on Friday they’re seeking help — and offering incentives — with a multi-year research project to help improve winter steelhead fishing in the South Umpqua River.

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The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife this past week issued a reminder of the new recreational crab bouy marking rule that takes affect Jan. 1, 2020, for those who do offshore recreational crabbing.

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Anglers and others interested in salmon and steelhead production in the Umpqua Basin are invited to meet Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife fish biologist Evan Leonetti at 6 p.m. Tuesday at North Forty Beer Company, 435 SE Jackson St., in Roseburg.

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The following is a full list of Douglas County and southern Lane County fishing areas as compiled by the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife. Please consult the organization’s website, www.myodfw.com, for state rules and regulations.

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Howdy everyone. I hope you have been getting out and enjoying the outdoors lately. The winds are abating, the air is warmer and the daylight hours are significantly longer!

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Before we get to today’s fishing report and topic de jour, I need to apologize for an egregious error I made in last week’s column. I’m not sure if I sent an old article or what happened, but there are not salmon and tuna being caught right now.

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Howdy everyone! I hope those of you inland have been enjoying the heat and those of you on the coast have been weathering the incessant wind.

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Howdy everyone! I hope y’all aren’t flooded out and drifting down river. The rains just keep coming and coming and it seems like the wind and waves on the ocean are part of the package deal. In my eight short years here as owner of Basin Tackle I have noticed how we get what I call the April…