Spring Chinook Return Downgraded To Half Of Early Season Prediction; Angling Closed

Spring Chinook Return Downgraded To Half Of Early Season Prediction; Angling Closed Posted on Friday, May 19, 2017 (PST)  http://www.cbbulletin.com/438951.aspx A regional advisory committee that forecasts Columbia River salmon runs so fisheries managers can set recreational, commercial and tribal fisheries this week cut their early season run size prediction for … Continue reading

2007 Alumaweld Stryker for sale

2007 Alumaweld Stryker I am asking $28,000.00 for my Alumaweld Stryker and I am in no hurry to sell. I am currently building a new boat so I will need to free up some space in the somewhat distant future. I have fished this boat all over Oregon and Washington … Continue reading

Save Our Columbia Fishing; Action Alert

Please take action now to increase sportfishing seasons and catch, protect wild fish, and help the Oregon and Washington economies The Northwest Steelheaders is working with our allies to expand sportfishing seasons and catch, while at the same time reducing impacts to ESA-listed wild fish. We have introduced a bill … Continue reading

Washington Gears Up To Stop Non-Native Northern Pike From Invading Columbia Basin Salmon Country

Concerned about the spread of northern pike in Washington waters, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife is gearing up for a spring campaign to halt the advance of the voracious, non-native fish toward the Columbia River. In the coming months, state fishery managers plan to enlist anglers to remove … Continue reading

Record 2012 Returns Predicted For Sockeye, 462,000; Upper Columbia Summer Chinook, 92,100

Early forecasts by fishery officials predict strong Columbia-Snake river salmon returns almost across the board in 2012. And in the case of sockeye and summer chinook, record runs are predicted. The 2010 sockeye return of nearly 388,000 adult fish was the largest on record since completion in 1938 of construction … Continue reading

Columbia River Fishery Managers Predict Strong Spring, Summer, Fall Chinook Returns For 2012

Columbia River Fishery Managers Predict Strong Spring, Summer, Fall Chinook Returns For 2012 Posted on Friday, December 16, 2011 (PST) Columbia River fishery managers are predicting strong returns in 2012, including a forecast return to the mouth of the river of 314,200 adult spring chinook salmon. Such a return would … Continue reading

Oregon Elections Division Certifies Two Proposed Non-Indian Gill-Net Ban Initiative Titles

The Oregon Elections Division on Thursday released two “certified” initiative titles for proposals that would, if added to the Nov. 6 ballot and approved by voters, restrict and/or eliminate commercial fishing by non-tribal Oregon fishermen in the Columbia River and other “inland waters.” The certified ballot title for “Protect Our … Continue reading