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Nov 09,2007

by ODFW

Geese and swans move south  Geese and Tundra Swans are migrating now. They are often heard overhead before being seen. The flight calls are pretty distinct for each of these species. Look for geese along river corridors and near local wetlands. Sandhill cranes are also occasionally heard and seen overhead in migration. Their call is easily recognized. Cranes can be seen migrating from Harney Basin, through Warner Basin, the Lake Abert area and south to Klamath Basin ... [full story]
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Nov 09,2007

by ODFW

ANTELOPE FLAT RESERVOIR: rainbow troutNo recent reports. CLEAR LAKE: rainbow troutNo recent reports. CRESCENT LAKE: brown trout, kokaneeThe angling on Crescent is reportedly slow. This is a good time of year to target brown trout and lake trout on Crescent. CROOKED RIVER MAINSTEM: rainbow troutReports of some good to fair angling for rainbow trout.CROOKED RIVER BELOW BOWMAN DAM: redband troutNo recent reports. ODFW and OSU have initiated a radio telemetry study on redband trout and ... [full story]
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Nov 09,2007

by ODFW

Open: Rocky Mt. bull elk (open Nov. 3-11 in some portions of zone), pheasant, chukar, duck, forest grouse, California quail, mt quail (open in Wheeler, Hood Rvr and Wasco counties) cougar, bear, crow Ochoco Wildlife District Recent weather conditions have been better for camping than elk hunting. Despite the sunny days and clear nights, hunters during the opening weekend had improved success compared to recent years. Bulls were observed taken at all elevations, on both ... [full story]
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