Family trout fishing kicks off April 7 with youth event at Canby Pond

Canby Pond - Clackamas, OR (Clackamas County)


 Youth anglers are invited to Canby Pond on Saturday, April 7 for the first of 30 free family fishing events that will take place at locations across Oregon in 2018, compliments of the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife’s Outdoor Program.

This free event is scheduled for 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.

To bolster the odds of catching fish, ODFW will release hundreds of rainbow trout into the pond for the event. In addition, ODFW staff and volunteer instructors will be on location to set people up with rods, reels, tackle, and bait. In addition to stocked trout, the pond contains resident largemouth bass, crappie and bluegill.

“We want to make this experience as fun and easy as possible by providing participants everything they need be successful,” said Jeff Fulop, ODFW fishing event coordinator.

Canby Pond is designated under Oregon fishing regulations as a youth-only and angler with disabilities fishing venue. As such, it is restricted to youngsters ages 17 and under as well as persons in possession of a valid Oregon Disabilities Hunting and Fishing License. Under the 2018 Oregon Sport Fishing Regulations, youngsters do not need a fishing license until the age of 12. Those ages 12-17 must have a youth license in possession, and these can be purchased for $10 at any ODFW field office, license agent or online at Licenses will not be issued at the event and must be purchased ahead of time.

Canby Pond is a one-acre pond located at Canby Community Park in the southwest portion of Canby. Access the park by traveling south from Hwy. 99E on SW Berg Parkway.

Canby Pond is one of 350 water bodies in Oregon that ODFW regularly stocks with hatchery trout. Persons who are unable to participate in the Canby youth fishing event can explore many other fishing opportunities, stocking schedules and locations at ODFW’s website, under the Fishing tab.

More Reports

OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Reports
for Tuesday, March 27th, 2018

Alsea River: Alsea River Fishing Report
Kilchis River: Kilchis River Fishing Report
Necanicum River: Necanicum River Fishing Report
Nehalem River: Nehalem River Fishing Report
North Fork Nehalem River: North Fork Nehalem Fishing Report
Nestucca River: Nestucca River Fishing Report
Salmon River: Salmon River Fishing Report
Siletz River: Siletz River Fishing Report
Siuslaw River: Siuslaw River Fishing Report
Trask River: Trask River Fishing Report
Wilson River: Wilson River Fishing Report
Yaquina River: Yaquina River Fishing Report
Applegate Reservoir: Applegate Reservoir Fishing Report
Applegate River: Applegate River Fishing Report
Arizona Pond: Arizona Pond Fishing Report
Ben Irving Reservoir: Ben Irving Reservoir Fishing Report
Bradley Lake: Bradley Lake Fishing Report
Chetco River: Chetco River Fishing Report
Coos River: Coos River Basin Fishing Report
Coquille River: Coquille River Fishing Report
Diamond Lake: Diamond Lake Fishing Report
Eel River: Eel Lake Fishing Report
Elk River: Elk River Fishing Report
Emigrant Reservoir: Emigrant Reservoir Fishing Report
Empire Lake Upper: Empire Lakes Fishing Report
Expo Pond: Expo Pond Fishing Report
Fish Lake : Fish Lake Fishing Report
Floras Lake: Floras Lake Fishing Report
Galesville Reservoir: Galesville Reservoir Fishing Report
Garrison Lake: Garrison Lake Fishing Report
Hemlock Lake: Hemlock Lake Fishing Report
Howard Prairie Reservoir: Howard Prairie Reservoir Fishing Report
Hyatt Lake: Hyatt Lake Fishing Report
Illinois River: Illinois River Fishing Report
Lake Marie: Lake Marie Fishing Report
Lake Selmac: Lake Selmac Fishing Report
Lemolo Lake: Lemolo Lake Fishing Report
Loon Lake: Loon Lake Fishing Report
Lost Creek Reservoir: Lost Creek Fishing Report
Lost Creek Reservoir: Lost Creek Fishing Report
Plat I Reservoir: Plat I Reservoir Fishing Report
Smith River: Smith River Fishing Report
Tenmile Creek - Upper: Tenmile Creek Fishing Report
Tenmile Lakes: Tenmile Lakes Fishing Report
Willow Lake: Willow Lake Fishing Report

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