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We appreciate the connection between natural splendor, cultural heritage, and adventurous choices in food. There’s an almost sacred relationship between the cool, misty fishing communities on the Oregon coastline and the food we choose to put on our—and your—table.
And no fish exemplifies this union of the ocean, fishing heritage, and delicious Northwest cuisine
better than Oregon’s iconic Chinook Salmon.
It is an industry-funded agency that operates under the umbrella of the Oregon Department of Agriculture’s Commodity Commission Program. The OSC represents the fishermen and processors in marketing efforts, as well as being a strong advocate of concerns regarding rules, legislation, or any governmental action which may affect the troll fishing industry.
The Oregon Salmon Fishing Fleet Has 350-450 Active Fishing Boats.
We work out of 17 ports running the length of the Oregon Coast from Astoria to Brookings.
Fishing season typically runs from April to October.
Chinook Salmon is the state fish of Oregon.
Chinook is also known as King Salmon and Coho is often called Silver Salmon.