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Ocean Salmon Industry Group (OSIG) Meeting 2-25-16

The 2016 Ocean Salmon Industry Group meeting (OSIG) will be held on Thursday, February 25, 2016 in Newport, Oregon at the Hallmart Resort. 

The OSIG meeting of February 25, 2016 is sponsored by the Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife (ODFW).  

The OSIG meeting is open to all ocean sport fishing anglers and charter operators, commercial salmon troll fishers, and any others interested in participating in the development of ocean salmon fishery regulations for the 2016 ocean salmon seasons.

For additional information on the OSIG February 25, 2016 meeting, click here:  http://www.dfw.state.or.us/MRP/salmon.  You may also contact Eric Schindler, Ocean Sampling Project Leader, Ocean Salmon Management, ODFW at 541-867-0300, Ext. 252 or by email at eric.schindler@state.or.us.

Listed below for download purposes is the Draft OSIG meeting agenda for February 25, 2016, along with a Summary of 2015 Oregon Ocean Salmon Seasons Including:  Regulations, Effort & Landings for review prior to the meeting.

The above photo was taken at the OSIG meeting held in Newport, Oregon on February 25, 2010.

 

 

Printable Reports

OSIG Draft February 25, 2016 Meeing Agenda

Summary of 2015 Oregon Ocean Salmon Seasons Including: Regulations, Effort & Landings

  


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