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by The Caddis Fly - Oregon Fly Fishing Blog

So how many ways can you catch the same fish on a fly rod? A question I always ask myself when I chase the reef critters that inhabit the Oregon Coast. So far we've explored circle hooks, top water, the bay, beyond the bar, and behind the reefs all with relative success(I'm still alive). I have a couple posts left then I'm thinking we let this dead horse take a rest for a while outside of the occasional fish porn update.

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Portion of Oregon coast reopened to razor clam harvesting
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07/30/2010 The Oregon Department of Agriculture and the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife have reopened a portion of the coast to recreational razor clam harvesting, from Tillamook Head south to Cascade Head. Shellfish samples taken from the area indicate levels of the marine toxin domoic acid have dropped below the alert level.

Recreational razor clamming remains closed on the Oregon coast from Tillamook Head north to the mouth of the Columbia River and from Cascade Head south to Bandon.

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The Oregon Coast's famous Buoy 10 Salmon Season Opens in Astoria. Great Numbers are expected...
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002-01The Buoy 10 Salmon fishery opens Sunday Aug. 1 at the mouth of the Columbia River, with the expectation that there will be a big run. More than 1million Chinook and Coho are expected to return to the lower Columbia this year, and fishery managers predict that anglers will catch approximately 12,500 of them between Buoy 10 and Rocky Point, 16 miles upriver.

If you are a bank angler with plans to fish at Buoy 10 you need to be aware that access to the North Jetty, the only real bank access, will be closed due to a major project being conducted by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to reinforce beaches eroded by winter storms.

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Central Oregon Coast Summer all-depth Pacific Halibut season opens August 6, 2010
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halibut1-TradewindsThe summer central coast all-depth Pacific halibut season opens Aug. 6 and is scheduled to be open every other Friday and Saturday until the remaining all-depth quota of less than 29,000 pounds is taken.

The daily bag limit is one fish and there is no minimum length for Pacific halibut. The possession limit is one daily limit at sea and three daily limits on land. The annual limit per angler is six fish.

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Oregon Coast Nearshore Halibut Closes July 17 --All Depth Opens August 6
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July 16, 2010 - Fishery managers have decided to close the central Oregon coast (Cape Falcon to Humbug Mountain) nearshore (inside 40-fm) sport Pacific halibut fishery on 11:59 p.m. Saturday, July 17, because the quota has been met.

"The nearshore Pacific halibut fishery has been popular with anglers in 2010," said Lynn Mattes, halibut project leader for the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife. "Angler effort through early July is up more than 25 percent from 2008 and 2009. The average size of landed halibut increased by approximately 3 pounds in 2010 compared to 2009."

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