Central Zone. Columbia River Thermal Angling Sanctuaries and associated Oregon tributaries

Central Zone. Columbia River Thermal Angling Sanctuaries and associated Oregon tributaries

legislation Updates at the time of August 12, 2020

they are in-season legislation modifications used on a short-term or crisis foundation. Please see e-regulations for permanent laws.

Columbia River Thermal Angling Sanctuaries and associated Oregon tributaries.

numerous boundaries that are sanctuary zones therefore rule changes have been in both the Central and Columbia River areas.

Deschutes River (Core Area)

Region meaning: From markers at reduced end of Moody Rapids downstream to your lips at Interstate 84 Bridge.

  • July 15 – September 15: Closed to angling.
  • September 16 – December 31: One hatchery steelhead allowed within the adult salmonid day-to-day limitation.
  • All the restrictions and limitations stay unchanged from those placed in the 2020 Oregon Sport Fishing Regulation for the Deschutes River.

See Columbia Zone for the area underneath the Interstate 84 Bridge.

*Permanent laws make an application for other chapters of the tributaries that are above

Eagle Creek (Core Area)

region definition: Through the angling deadline in Eagle Creek (200 legs downstream of hatchery fishway entrance) downstream towards the lips in the mainline railroad connection. Continue reading