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Columbia River scheduled to open for spring Chinook on Tuesday

The Columbia River spring Chinook fishery is scheduled to open for four days through mid-May, state fishery managers announced today. The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) and Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (ODFW) jointly...

 

Razor clam digs get go-ahead at Twin Harbors and Long Beach

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) announced Thursday that razor clam digging will move ahead at Twin Harbors and Long Beach this weekend after tests revealed that shellfish from these coastal beaches are safe to eat. Testing...

 

Chinook fishery below Bonneville Dam will reopen this Saturday for one day

Anglers will have an opportunity to fish for spring chinook salmon in the lower Columbia River this Saturday (April 14) for one day only under an agreement reached Wednesday by fishery managers from Washington and Oregon. Fishing regulations will be...

 

WDFW restricts summer steelhead fishery on Columbia River due to low projections

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) on June 9 announced restrictions on summer steelhead fishing in the Columbia River Basin in response to projections of the lowest returns in 37 years. Fish managers expect that about 130,700...

 

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