2011 ORS § 508.490¹
Refusal to issue license within two years after license revocation

Except for vessel licenses prescribed in ORS 508.260 (Boat license) and vessel permits prescribed in ORS 508.285 (License fees), 508.470 (When licenses expire), 508.775 (Vessel permit required to engage in fishery) to 508.796 (Review of permit denial), 508.801 (Vessel permit required to engage in fishery) to 508.825 (Review of permit denial), 508.880 (Vessel permit required to engage in fishery), 508.883 (Use of single delivery license in lieu of vessel permit) and 508.889 (Issuance of permits limited) to 508.910 (Review of permit denial), the State Fish and Wildlife Commission may, in its discretion, refuse the issuance of any license issued under the authority of the commission or the State Fish and Wildlife Director during any period not to exceed two years from the date of the license revocation order:

(1) Upon conviction within this state of any person of violation of any of the commercial fishing laws or rules after the person has once been convicted and penalized under ORS 508.485 (Revocation and refusal to renew license for violation of commercial fishing laws or rules or theft of crab fishing gear); or

(2) Upon receiving notice from the agency that regulates commercial fishing in the State of Washington of the conviction of any person in that state of an offense that was a violation of Columbia River commercial fishing rules adopted pursuant to the Columbia River Compact and that if committed in this state would be grounds for refusal to issue a license pursuant to subsection (1) of this section. [Amended by 1965 c.570 §75; 1977 c.350 §7; 1987 c.213 §5; 2009 c.11 §74]