Oregon fishing guides

When settlers first began to migrate to the Northwest Territory, it was considered one of the Americas versions of the land of milk and honey. Rich in natural resources like fertile land, lumber, wild game, and fish.  Trappers, lumberjacks, and fisherman carved Read More

It’s ‘All Hands On Deck’ To Protect Columbia River Salmon From Invasive Northern pike

Northern Pike with Belly full of endangered salmon smolt   Northern pike are some of the most troubling aquatic invasive species in the Northwest. So far, they haven’t made it past Washington’s Lake Roosevelt. Two dams stand in their way. And lots of people Read More

2019 Spring Salmon fishing on the Columbia River

Spring Salmon fishing will be open on the Columbia River April 27th 28th from Warrior Rock to Bonneville Dam.   Spring chinook anglers will get a third fishing extension on the lower Columbia River. Oregon and Washington biologists met by telephone Wednesday afternoon and Read More