Beginning July 1, 2018, the general marine fish bag limit will decrease to 4 fish per angler per day. The general marine fish bag limit includes all species of rockfish (yelloweye rockfish prohibited at all times), greenlings, skates, and all other marine species not listed on pages 81-82 of the … Continue reading
Traditional Norwegian boat from Northern Norway. It’s called “Nordlandsbåt” in Norwegian I ran across this boat on Facebook. Love the lines! Developed ages ago, and I would guess just the sight of a full sized Nordlandsbåt raiding vessel with these lines would strike fear into British, and French and anyone else … Continue reading
Spring Chinook Fishing Extended With Increased Bag Limit; So Far, Jacks Passage Very Low Posted on Friday, June 08, 2018 (PST)With high river flows, low visibility and an apparent lack of angling success, Washington and Oregon extended spring chinook angling downstream of Bonneville Dam and increased the bag limit for … Continue reading
Building a Halibut Gaff Not so hard to do! A few months ago, somebody posted on IFish about building a custom gaff. I have been contemplating building a custom six foot gaff for several years. A few of the guys followed up by posting photos and brief how to comments … Continue reading
Halibut Update through week 20 (May 20) *Correction; there is not an all-depth halibut opener this week, June 1-3* Columbia River Subarea All-Depth—CLOSED, not enough quota remains for additional openings. Nearshore—there have been no landings in the Columbia River Subarea nearshore fishery yet. The remaining quota from the all-depth season has been … Continue reading
‘No-Go’ Zone To Protect Foraging Orcas Posted on Friday, May 11, 2018 (PST) State fish and wildlife managers are asking anglers and other boaters to avoid an area along the west side of San Juan Island in an effort to protect a dwindling population of southern resident killer … Continue reading
Clean up! Years ago, we were fishing below the hatchery on the Sandy. Looked like a garbage dump! We carried out four large garbage bags full, when we left. Show some class, clean up every time you go and every trip will be awesome!
Study Reviews Larval Sea Lice Biology; Models Spread, Infection From Aquaculture Facilities Posted on Friday, May 04, 2018 (PST) http://www.cbbulletin.com/440646.aspx A natural parasite that can infect salmon, it has been thought that sea lice can be transferred from farmed salmon in net pens along Canada’s east and west coasts, but … Continue reading
Where Big Ethanol is King, Many Prefer Ethanol-Free Gas Report: More ethanol-free fuel sold in Iowa than E15 and all flex fuels combined DES MOINES, Iowa, May 3, 2018 – Even in Iowa, it appears many Hawkeye State residents aren’t fond of ethanol fuels mandated by the federal government’s Renewable … Continue reading
It’s a scary world out there! Be careful!