Good catch, increased angling effort is filling catch guideline 10 days earlier than scheduled
GRANTS PASS, Ore. — During past droughts, ranchers in the upper Klamath Basin could keep irrigating until the rivers ran dry. This year, the rules have changed.
Summer salmon rules begin Sunday; estuary sturgeon catch better than anticipated; kokanee fishing good at Yale Reservoir
Items about volunteers needed for Washington Trails Association projects and a boating safety class in Vancouver
Hikes, cycling rides, kayak trips and more
Trails, campgrounds in Gifford Pinchot National Forest opening as snow slowly melts
Commercials projected to catch about 2,500 summer chinook between Beacon Rock and the coast
GRANTS PASS, Ore. — Tens of thousands of acres in Oregon's drought-stricken Klamath Basin will have to go without irrigation water this summer after the Klamath Tribes and the federal government exercised newly confirmed powers that put the tribes in the driver's seat over water use -- a move ranchers fear will be economically disastrous.
State wildlife commission told researchers as far away as Liverpool in England involved in trying to determine cause
Boat angling also resumes between Beacon Rock and Bonneville Dam
SALEM, Ore. — The Oregon House has passed a bill that would put into law some of the terms of a legal settlement that lifts an injunction barring the state from killing wolves that attack livestock.
Hatchery spawning escapement needs have been filled
Goose Lake loaded with trout; chinook, sturgeon and kokanee fishing remains slow; shad, walleye and bass catches improve
Free event offers youth fishing opportunity plus chance to learn about local, national forest trails
Items about elk hoof rot in Southwest Washington, free use of state parks, a Columbia River Compact meeting and Merwin Special Needs Kids Day
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