SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — After a streak of hot days, summer released its grip just in time for a special trip on the McKenzie River. OMT Mortgage and Keller Williams Realty in Eugene teamed up to provide a day of fun and relaxation for some local troops. When they called the Springfield Armory, they found many … Continue reading »
EUGENE, Ore. — Lunkers have landed at Alton Baker Park, much to the appreciation of some eager anglers. On Thursday, Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife crews backed up a truck full of large trout and unloaded them into the water. The smallest fish put in the water was 12 inches long. “All these rainbow … Continue reading »
Although using live bait to catch fish is frowned upon in some circles, it is an old-school, highly effective way to get fish on the hook and to the dinner plate.
If you were timely enough to score a first-come, first-serve spring bear tag this year then there’s only one thing on your mind these days: Ursus Americanus, a.k.a. black bear.
This spring, you don’t have to hike miles into the wilderness or paddle your way into a high-alpine honey hole to make good trout fishing happen. You don’t even have to wait for spring to officially start. Catching nice-sized rainbow trout, in town, is as easy as taking a walk in the park—Alton Baker Park, to be exact.
Tim Chuey: sunny and warm, LTD Critics out in force, pot club raid, truck fire, wetlands fire, Interactive history map, McKenzie River fishing restrictions, No Pac-12 deal = no Duck tv.
Off of Florida they're called dolphinfish. Off of Mexico they're known as dorado. When it's caught off Hawaii, they're mahi-mahi.
If you would've told Tiffany and Scott Haugen back in the first grade that one day they'd be married and jet-setting around the world, they would probably have laughed at you, then went looking for cootie spray. But that's exactly the path their lives took, with a few minor detours. These two kids from Walterville grew up together, sat in class together and ended up as arguably the power couple of Lane County.
Tim Chuey: warm and sunny, catalytic converter thefts, forest trail barriers, Glenwood knife fight, prison impact, repaving Marcola, UofO fundraising, meteor shower continues