ODFW lets licensed anglers catch as many fish as they want at Hyatt/Howard Prairie Lakes

ASHLAND, Ore. —The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife is giving anglers a chance to fish without any limits.

It’s lifting fishing restrictions at Hyatt and Howard Prairie Lakes for anyone who has a valid fishing license.

ODFW says the decision was made because water levels at those lakes continue to drop. That, paired with the summer heat, is a lethal combination for fish.

Howard Prairie is 6% full, and Hyatt is at 10%.

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