Do you fish for cabezon in Puget Sound? If you fish for cabezon in Puget Sound, you may want to get in on this discussion about changing the limits on how many you can keep and when you can fish for them. OLYMPIA – The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) will accept public [...]
Which side of the gillnetting debate are you on? Commercial fishermen continue their battle against a ban on gillnetting on the Columbia river. This stems from a decision last year by Oregon’s Governor John Kitzhaber who put forward that recreational fishermen should get priority over the Salmon runs on the Columbia River instead of the [...]
A new salmon hatchery on the Columbia river “This fish hatchery being constructed at the Chief Joseph Dam and on the Colville Indian Reservation will re-introduce 2.9 million Chinook Salmon back to their native spawning grounds in Washington State. This project includes, among other things, a complex water supply system from three different water sources, [...]
Looks like the people that oversee fishing in BC are no more level headed than they are here in the states. Instead of going after commercial or tribal fishing, they attack recreational fishermen when fish stocks start to drop. Fishermen in Greater Victoria are reeling after being told the Department of Fisheries and Oceans is [...]
Thanks to grant money, 1500′ of North Creek in Snohomish county at the Clearwater School and Clearwater Commons properties has been restored as natural a state as possible. It is good to see people working to ‘fix’ what we have managed to screw up in our rampant development of the Puget Sound watershed.