Duck hunting is an activity that is not terribly difficult to become a seasoned veteran at, and Oregon is a great place for it. The Pacific Flyway offers a generous limit of seven ducks per day and a season that runs from Oct. 15 through Jan. 29.
What is required to hunt ducks in Oregon?
All you really need is a hunting license/tag, shotgun, shells and some basic identification skills. To hunt waterfowl, a person needs a valid hunting license, free Harvest Information Program (HIP) validation, resident waterfowl validation (if 14 years and older), and federal waterfowl stamp (if 16 years and older).
How many ducks can you kill in Oregon?
* The daily bag limit of ducks (including mergansers) is seven. Within the daily bag limit, you may not have more than: two scaup (during open season), two hen mallards, one pintail, two redheads, and two canvasbacks. The possession limit is triple the daily bag limit.
Can you feed ducks in Oregon?
SALEM, Ore. —Please don’t feed the ducks and geese. It’s bad for them. Bread, popcorn, French fries and other human food fed to waterfowl can cause starvation, spread disease, cause deformities and result in overconcentration of birds.
What state kills the most ducks?
1: California. Ultimately, the contest wasn’t close. Golden State waterfowlers averaged 24.5 ducks per hunter in 2016 (that’s more than 1.15 million ducks taken by about 47,100 folks, if you’re interested).
What state has the highest duck limit?
California led all states for highest total duck harvest and total duck hunter days afield, while Texas was tops for total active duck hunters.
How many turkeys can you kill in Oregon?
The season limit is three legal turkeys; hunters must purchase a tag for each turkey. See page 19 of the Oregon Game Bird Regulations for more information.