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Description

Official ODFW app for Oregon’s hunters and anglers! Carry all licenses/tags, tag your fish or animal and report harvest with the MyODFW app.

What’s New

Version 2.3.3

Bug fixes that targets specific users unable to validate tags.

Ratings and Reviews

2.4 out of 5
338 Ratings

338 Ratings

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More than one hunter profile needed

I have a youth hunter (and no he does not have his own smart phone, nor will he anytime soon) and it would be nice to store both of our hunting/fishing profiles and tags on the same app on the same phone. If there is a way to do this it isn’t very clear how.

Also, I would like to be able to switch from digital to paper (maybe allow a one time switch back prior to the season starting) to have a better feel for this system. I think a lot of people I talk to would say they don’t trust or want to try this yet. But if switching back was allowed instead of waiting till next year, than more people might give it a shot.

Lucas2134 ,

It works, if you’re paying attention

Pay attention to the Login that you’re asked to create for this, so you can Sync your ODFW account with the app system. Seems to work just fine for the most part. You’ll easily create a headache for yourself if you’re not paying attention when asked to create an account. If ones created and you already have an existing odfw account, you’ll most likely end up phoning for help.

Always room for improvement, this app needs another walk-through. I dislike the e-tagging feature, but I’ll ask for a hard copy next year since it cannot be changed once you choose, another thing I dislike.

If I am spending over $100 for a combo tag +harvest card, I should be able to change my choice from “e-tagging to a physical copy” if I do not like the E-tagging.

Mike707!! ,

Ignorance must be bliss

Everyone out there that is complaining about this app is the same group that thinks ODFW can do nothing right.

I got on this app and verified all my account information by paying attention and reviewing all of the information presented to me entirely. The system was extremely intuitive and I never once ran into an issue. I reported all on all my hunts from last season, purchased my licenses, permits, and tags for this season, used several of the provided links to review the updated regs check my profile information.

This app has had some issues at launch and anyone who has a brain can imagine that new software applications NEVER get it right the first time around. To ODFW, GREAT JOB!! You had a mountain to climb here and it was a big one. You hit some boulders on the way up but you appear to have rebounded nicely.

I look forward to using this app out in the field this season and I encourage all my fellow hunters to ease up on their state wildlife management systems. These people would lose their jobs if we didn’t have hunting so it makes no sense to think that they are trying to act in a way that would restrict it.

App Privacy

The developer, Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Contact Info

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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