Oregon South Coast Fishermen.

Working since 1975 to enhance Habitat, Hatcheries, and Harvest through education and community involvement


Oregon South Coast Fishermen (OSCF)

  Since 1975 the Oregon South Coast Fishermen have utilized the best of science while promoting the 3 H's (Habitat, Hatcheries, & Harvest) in order to better enhance and protect our local fisheries

Salmon Science 101

OSCF Action

As a STEP (Salmon-Trout Enhancement Program) organization, working with the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, OSCF volunteers have:

* Enhanced spawning and rearing conditions in tributaries utilizing habitat enhancement projects
* Improved angler access roads as a public service
* Assisted the ODFW with the capture of Chinook & Steelhead brood stock
* Placed aquariums in our local elementary school for hands-on fishery education for young adults
in our community
* Collaborated with land owners in an effort to keep access open to the public
* Established a wide range of advocacy groups and attracted national recognition for cutting edge fisheries management projects

GET INVOLVED! OSCF invites the public to join us at our monthly meeting that is held on the 3rd Wednesday of each month at the:

Chetco Community Library Conference Room

405 Alder Street

Brookings, OR 97415

6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Arrive early to meet and greet, enter to win free fishing gear and spend a quick, informative and entertaining hour.