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Officials with the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife says there will be lots of water fowl to hunt this year. Michelle Dennehey with ODFW says hunters are going to have plenty of days available to hem for hunting. "The good news for water fowl hunters is we have another great season; we're open for 107 days, which is the maximum amount we can be open. We have a seven duck bag limit. Over in northwest Oregon, hunters will be able to take an additional cackler in their bag limit." Dennehey says there will also be more turkey tags this year for the Blue Mountain fall turkey hunt, and the area will be expanded. She adds that as of August first, youth hunters ages 17 and under must wear hunter orange hats or upper garments when hunting for upland birds and game animals.

 

 

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