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The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (ODFW) is an agency of the government of the U.S. state of Oregon responsible for programs protecting Oregon fish and wildlife resources and their habitats.
The agency operates hatcheries, issues hunting and angling licenses, advises on habitat protection, and sponsors public education programs. Its history dates to the 1878 establishment of the office of Columbia River Fish Warden. Since 1931, enforcement of Oregon's Fish and Game laws has been the responsibility of the Oregon State Police rather than separate wardens.
I remembered that I need to report my hunts before 1-1-19 or suffer a fine. ODFW has a new "Electronic" licensing system and I need to verify my account before I can access anything. What are the odds that this new system is functional this morning? ZERO! If I report success, I may not get that...
So, the family is away, and I've been engaging in culinary shenanigans, including an octopus chowder I do so enjoy. (And one I am pretty sure if I served said to my wife and children I would suddenly, and violently, be turn me into a bachelor again.) Be that as it may, out of curiosity, and...