Month: March 2012

No gillnetting 3/19

Washington and Oregon officials have decided not to have a Columbia River Compact meeting today, meaning no gillnetting on Tuesday. Twenty test drifts on Sunday caught 28 chinook and 40 steelhead. […]

Razor clam digging approved

LONG BEACH — Four Washington beaches will be open for razor clam digging on March 24 and three on March 25. The state Department of Fish and Wildlife said marine toxin […]

No gillnetting (3/12)

There will be no meeting of the Columbia River Compact today to consider a commercial fishing period in the lower river. Test netting on Sunday did not find a high ratio […]

Outdoors blog 3/9 spring chinook

Salmon fishing interest keeps building in the lower Columbia River with almost 500 boats and 436 bank rods counted on Thursday's flight. Forty-one boats and 10 bank rods were counted sturgeon […]

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