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Kayak Fishing the Oregon Coast part 1
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By  Isaac Miller for YakAngler

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Let me introduce you to the Oregon Coast. This had begun as a tutorial on a specific fishing area, but has quickly expanded. This first part is focusing on the gear that we use here in the PacNW when bottom fishing on the coast. We're going to be targeting Rockfish, Lingcod, Cabezon and Greenling. Bottom fishing on the Oregon Coast is an excellent, often fast paced fishery. So let's get started with the tackle.

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North Oregon Coast Lakes and Big Dumb Trout by David Johnson
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DJSteelhead2Steelhead are rainbow trout that have a life cycle that takes them from our rivers and out into the ocean, some of them go as far as Japan, and then back to our rivers.  Many of them are raised in our state hatcheries on many of our rivers.

These fish are put into our rivers for us to catch but a lot of times they don’t all get caught.  And since the hatchery doesn’t use all the fish that come back the always end up with some extra steelhead.

You may ask what they do with them.  They recycle!

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Oregon Coast Fishing: Early Winter Steelhead by David Johnson
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If you find Spawning Salmon, chances are, there will be Steelhead nearby.

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Iconic Oregon Coast Dungeness crab fishery receives MSC sustainability certification
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dungeness_crabThe iconic Oregon Dungeness crab (Cancer magister) fishery has earned Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) certification following independent assessment to the MSC standard for sustainable, well-managed fisheries.  Products from the fishery will now be eligible to bear the blue MSC ecolabel.

About the Oregon Dungeness crab fishery

Dungeness crab is Oregon’s official ‘state crustacean’ and the crabs have been harvested commercially along the Pacific coast since the late 1800’s. This species ranges from central California to the Gulf of Alaska, and has long been part of the Northwest’s seafood heritage. Dungeness crab is Oregon’s most valuable single species fishery.  Oregon’s harvest for the 2009-2010 season was 23,195,059 pounds (10,521 metric tons) and the landed value was $44.8 million.  Dungeness crab landings, however, are naturally cyclical. 

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