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ODFW Pulls Controversial Proposals

Joel La Follette - Thursday, September 03, 2015
The power of the written word shined this week as public opinion on a few of the controversial proposed changes to regulations overwhelmed ODFW with angler input. Both the Deschutes and Metolius won victories of sorts by maintaining the regulations that have helped improve angling on both of these rivers. While some fought to make the Deschutes a catch and release fishery for wild fish, maintaining the current status is at least not a step backward. 

View the revised proposals here.

There is still time to let ODFW know how important our wild fish populations are by letting your voice be heard. Take a minute and request that in future management decisions ODFW continue to focus on protecting and enhancing our wild fish populations. Copy this note and then click the email link to send it. Be sure to voice your personal concerns and sign it.

Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife
4034 Fairview Industrial Drive SE
Salem, OR 97302

September 3rd, 2015

Dear ODFW Directors and Commissioners,

In the past ODFW has developed strategies to successfully manage the wild trout populations on the Deschutes, Metolius Rivers and other rivers. When earlier proposed rule changes threaten to undo the progress that has been made anglers spoke up and you listened by pulling those proposals.

I encourage ODFW to continue to prioritize the protection of wild fish on all Oregon rivers. These fish are our future.

Joel La Follette
Royal Treatment Fly Fishing
West Linn, OR

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