The data posted below was designed to help hunters determine the crossbow hunting regulations for the state of Oregon. We verified this information during our compilation and posting; however, this should not be viewed as a guarantee. Please consult your local state government and/or the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife to ensure that no changes have taken place or contact us for assistance in doing so.
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Crossbow Regulations in Oregon
As of August 2015, crossbow hunting in Oregon is illegal during all hunting seasons. A recent bill to allow crossbow use during archery season by disabled hunters was rejected, so it doesn’t seem like we’ll be seeing any major changes anytime soon. Oregon is one of the very few states to hold such a firm stance on the issue. If you’re looking to hunt with a crossbow, we recommend doing so in one of the many states where it’s legal to do so.
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