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Landslide could devastate Alsea salmon center - Corvallis Gazette Times

Fishing News - Sun, 05/27/2018 - 08:00

Corvallis Gazette Times

Landslide could devastate Alsea salmon center
Corvallis Gazette Times
Joseph O'Neil, manager of the Oregon Hatchery Research Center, shows tanks used to rear coastal salmon and steelhead for research projects. An employee's house is in the background. The center is threatened by a large landslide one mile up Fall Creek.

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May 25 Oregon Outdoors Fishing Report - Mail Tribune

Fishing News - Sun, 05/27/2018 - 03:41

Mail Tribune

May 25 Oregon Outdoors Fishing Report
Mail Tribune
The ocean chinook salmon season opened Saturday off Southern Oregon and was a bit slow as anglers wait for schools of Rogue-bound chinook to reach Southern Oregon. The season runs uninterrupted through Aug. 26. Troll deep and slow with large ...

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Investing in Pacific salmon benefits all of Klamath County - Herald and News

Fishing News - Sun, 05/27/2018 - 00:21

Investing in Pacific salmon benefits all of Klamath County
Herald and News
Our organizations — the Klamath Tribes and the Klamath Watershed Partnership — were disappointed that the president's budget zeroed out funding for the Pacific Coast Salmon Recovery Fund starting next year. And we are hopeful that Oregon's ...

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Oregon tribes say feds failed to protect Upper Klamath Lake sucker fish, violated Endangered Species Act - Eureka Times Standard

Fishing News - Sat, 05/26/2018 - 23:23

Eureka Times Standard

Oregon tribes say feds failed to protect Upper Klamath Lake sucker fish, violated Endangered Species Act
Eureka Times Standard
The Klamath Tribes of Oregon are alleging in a lawsuit filed last week that federal agencies are failing to protect endangered sucker fish in Upper Klamath Lake. The lawsuit has many similarities to a lawsuit filed by local tribes and environmental ...

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Free-Fishing weekend approaches in Oregon - OregonLive.com

Fishing News - Fri, 05/25/2018 - 18:05

OregonLive.com

Free-Fishing weekend approaches in Oregon
OregonLive.com
Oregon's traditional Free-Fishing weekend is coming up June 2-3. No licenses, tags, endorsements or special permits are required to fish, dig clams or catch crabs on either Saturday or Sunday. However, anglers, diggers and crabbers must obey all other ...
Miller: Free fishing weekend brought out the sultan of snarkStatesman Journal

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Free-Fishing weekend approaches in Oregon - OregonLive.com

Fishing News - Fri, 05/25/2018 - 18:05

OregonLive.com

Free-Fishing weekend approaches in Oregon
OregonLive.com
Oregon's traditional Free-Fishing weekend is coming up June 2-3. No licenses, tags, endorsements or special permits are required to fish, dig clams or catch crabs on either Saturday or Sunday. However, anglers, diggers and crabbers must obey all other ...
Miller: Free fishing weekend brought out the sultan of snarkStatesman Journal

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Rule changes could re-open some areas to fishing for rockfish - Monterey County Herald

Fishing News - Fri, 05/25/2018 - 15:59

Rule changes could re-open some areas to fishing for rockfish
Monterey County Herald
The Rockfish Conservation Area is a “strip of sea” that stretches from Canada to Mexico, Griffin said. It encompasses the area off of Washington, Oregon, and California that lies 100 to 150 fathoms (600 to 900 feet) deep: prime rockfish habitat. But ...

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Congress must act — again — to save salmon from hungry sea lions ... - Seattle Times

Fishing News - Fri, 05/25/2018 - 15:14

Seattle Times

Congress must act — again — to save salmon from hungry sea lions ...
Seattle Times
The problem with sea lions gorging on threatened fish has moved far beyond the Ballard Locks. Congress must take action to protect species along the ...
Columbia River spring chinook sport fishery reopened | My ...My Columbia Basin
Siuslaw News | Chinook fishing re-opens on ColumbiaSiuslaw News

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Southern Oregon tribes sue feds over endangered sucker fish - OregonLive.com

Fishing News - Fri, 05/25/2018 - 08:50

OregonLive.com

Southern Oregon tribes sue feds over endangered sucker fish
OregonLive.com
The Klamath Tribes of southern Oregon are suing federal water managers over low water levels in Upper Klamath Lake, which the suit alleges put two endangered species of fish at risk of extinction. The suit, filed Thursday in federal court, names the ...

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Southern Oregon Tribe Sues To Protect 2 Endangered Fish - OPB News

Fishing News - Thu, 05/24/2018 - 17:28

OPB News

Southern Oregon Tribe Sues To Protect 2 Endangered Fish
OPB News
A Southern Oregon tribe is accusing federal water managers of failing to keep Upper Klamath Lake full enough to ensure the continued survival of two endangered species of sucker fish that its people once depended on for subsistence. The Klamath Tribes ...

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Oregon Fishing Forecast - May 24, 2018 - Portland Tribune

Fishing News - Thu, 05/24/2018 - 07:37

Portland Tribune

Oregon Fishing Forecast - May 24, 2018
Portland Tribune
Bob Rees is a sixth generation Oregonian and a 20-year veteran fishing guide of Oregon's Northwest region. Bob Rees' column, The Guide's Forecast, has been a trusted fishing resource for over 16 years and will appear in the Thursday edition of the ...

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The Oregon Coast reigns supreme as a tourist destination - KVAL

Fishing News - Wed, 05/23/2018 - 17:30

KVAL

The Oregon Coast reigns supreme as a tourist destination
KVAL
Now we have a little marine life center where you can tickle a fish if you want to. It's pretty wonderful." Campbell has lived along the South Coast for decades, enjoying the view of Coos Bay and the Charleston Marina from her backyard. Most days, you ...

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Columbia River spring chinook sport fishery re-opened - Access Washington

Fishing News - Wed, 05/23/2018 - 17:12

Columbia River spring chinook sport fishery re-opened
Access Washington
... Open for boat and bank fishing from the Tongue Point/Rocky Point line to Beacon Rock, plus bank angling only from Beacon Rock upstream to the Bonneville Dam deadline. The legal upstream boat boundary is defined as: A deadline marker on the Oregon ...
Hunting & Fishing Report: Hay Now – Everybody's Looking for a Free MealCentralia Chronicle

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Students in Coos Bay get 'live science' experience with Salmon release - KCBY.com 11

Fishing News - Wed, 05/23/2018 - 16:00

KCBY.com 11

Students in Coos Bay get 'live science' experience with Salmon release
KCBY.com 11
"In a week or two, they'll go out into the bay, eventually into the ocean," said Gary Vonderohe, of the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife. "Go up towards Alaska and Canada, and in roughly 3-5 years, we'll see these fish returning back as adults.".

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Health advisory issued for Detroit Lake due to blue-green algae, toxins - KPTV.com

Fishing News - Wed, 05/23/2018 - 15:48

KPTV.com

Health advisory issued for Detroit Lake due to blue-green algae, toxins
KPTV.com
Oregon health officials recommend those who choose to eat fish from waters where algae blooms are present remove all fat, skin and organs before cooking, as toxins are more likely to collect in those tissues. Fillets should also be rinsed with clean water.
State issues algae health alert for Detroit LakeKTVZ

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Spring chinook fishing to reopen on Columbia River - OregonLive.com

Fishing News - Wed, 05/23/2018 - 12:19

OregonLive.com

Spring chinook fishing to reopen on Columbia River
OregonLive.com
Spring chinook salmon fishing will reopen Friday on the Columbia River from Tongue Point, near Astoria, to the Oregon/Washington border. Biologists from both states approved the reopening in a telephone meeting Wednesday, saying a lower run prediction ...

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Memory. Foam. Memorial Day in Depoe Bay. - Oregon Coast Today

Fishing News - Tue, 05/22/2018 - 10:14

Oregon Coast Today

Memory. Foam. Memorial Day in Depoe Bay.
Oregon Coast Today
This Memorial Day marks the 73rd year of a heartfelt tradition in the small fishing village of Depoe Bay — the Fleet of Flowers — when hundreds of visitors and locals alike pay tribute to those lost, or buried, at sea. The ceremony was launched to ...

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Teen must repay $37M for starting Oregon wildfire - Salmon Arm Observer

Fishing News - Tue, 05/22/2018 - 09:10

Salmon Arm Observer

Teen must repay $37M for starting Oregon wildfire
Salmon Arm Observer
A teenager who started a major wildfire in the scenic Columbia River Gorge in Oregon has been ordered to pay restitution for at least the next decade, though it's unlikely the boy will ever cover his nearly $37 million bill. The Oregonian reports that ...
Teen who started Oregon fire ordered to pay $37 millionTreehugger
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Place 13 of 52: On the Water, and Off, the Rogue River in Oregon Charms - New York Times

Fishing News - Tue, 05/22/2018 - 02:00

New York Times

Place 13 of 52: On the Water, and Off, the Rogue River in Oregon Charms
New York Times
“They say the river has eyes, and it does,” said my guide, Howard Binney, a 59-year-old retired firefighter who started fishing Southern Oregon's Rogue River “system,” as he calls it, with his grandfather when he was 12. “I've seen bear cross the river ...

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