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Oregon Spring Bear Hunt Permits Coming Out Of Hibernation A Bit Later Than Usual

THE FOLLOWING IS A PRESS RELEASE FROM THE OREGON DEPARTMENT OF FISH AND WILDLIFE

Results for the spring bear hunt draw will be available by March 1.

RON GARDNER SHOWS OFF A SPRING BLACK BEAR FROM THE OREGON COAST RANGE. AFTER FRIEND CARL LEWALLEN SPOTTED IT ONE AFTERNOON. A SHORT STALK PUT THEM WITHIN 100 YARDS. (ONTARIO KNIFE CO. PHOTO CONTEST)

Results are usually available by Feb. 20, but delayed this year to allow additional time for review and validation of the draw. ODFW always validates controlled hunt draw results (for example by confirming that parties drew correctly and preference points and non-resident quotas on tags were applied correctly) but staff are taking additional time to validate 2019 spring bear results as this is the first draw under ODFW’s new licensing system.

Once spring bear draw results are available, hunters who have already set up their online account can login at the MyODFW.com licensing page and click “Controlled Hunts” under Recreational Portfolio to find their results. Hunters who drew a spring bear tag will see the term “Selected” next to their hunt choice, and those who did not draw will see “Not Selected.”

Draw results cannot be viewed in the MyODFW app, but click “Access full ODFW Account Online” in the app to get to the licensing page and login. Note your spring bear tag will only show up in your MyODFW app after purchase. SportsPac holders who drew their spring bear tag can redeem their voucher by “purchasing” the tag (at no additional cost) through the licensing webpage or at a license sales agent.

Spring bear applicants without an online account can call ODFW Licensing at (503) 947-6101 during regular business hours to get their draw results, or visit a license sales agent.


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All hunters with internet access who are applying for controlled hunts this year are encouraged to visit the MyODFW.com licensing page and access their account online. Use the “Verify/Look Up your account” button to find your profile and set up an online account, where you can easily view draw results and apply for hunts.

ODFW Updating Anglers, Hunters On Tagging App Glitches, Fixes, Work-arounds

THE FOLLOWING IS A PRESS RELEASE FROM THE OREGON DEPARTMENT OF FISH AND WILDLIFE

The Android MyODFW update became available about 9 a.m. today (Jan. 3). Go to the Google Play store on your Android phone to update your app if you haven’t already.

 

The updated MyODFW app for iPhone has been pushed to the Apple app store but is still not available as of 4 p.m. Friday, Jan. 4 (app updates to the Apple store take longer). iPhone users should continue to check for the update by visiting the Apple App store from your phone.

Anglers/hunters with iPhones who are fishing or hunting in areas without cell service the next few days (so unable to report harvest on the app): please record your catch/harvest on paper or via the notes function on your device while you are offline. Upon your return to cell service, please tag your fish or animal immediately in the app.

Oregon State Police is aware of this issue.

ODFW apologies for this inconvenience. Thanks to all who chose e-tagging and for your patience with the new system.