LONGVIEW — The Corps of Engineers is taking the first steps in a $257 million project that begins this summer to stabilize jetties at the mouth of the Columbia River.
Chinook-per-drift average drops from previous week
Most fishermen catch a limit of nice-size rainbow at popular reservoir on North Fork of the Lewis River
SPOKANE — A wolf caught in the act of attacking livestock or pets in parts of Washington can immediately be killed by the property owner without a permit, the state Fish and Wildlife Commission decided Friday.
LOS ANGELES — Federal authorities intend to remove endangered species protections for all gray wolves in the Lower 48 states, carving out an a exception for a small pocket of about 75 Mexican wolves in the wild in Arizona and New Mexico, according to a draft document obtained by the Los Angeles Times.
Store will be in new Nyberg Rivers shopping center off Interstate 5
Lower Willamette producing decent spring chinook catches; Merwin Reservoir very poor for kokanee
Oregon Court of Appeals grants request by conservation-sport fishing group
Items about tonight's Oregon Bass and Panfish Club meeting, trail volunteer help needed at Augspurger and Hummocks trails and recreation offerings by the Mount St. Helens Institute
Lots of rainbows stocked in preparation for opener with some lakes due additional plants in May and June
Operation one of a kind in Southwest Washington
The first step off the ledge, as your stomach plummets, is the scariest.
Sport reward program in the Columbia River opens for 2013 season on May 1
Tangle net testing done in Wahkiakum County portion of lower Columbia
CATHLAMET — Despite moving fewer animals than planned and 20 percent of them dying, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service officials are pleased with a recently completed effort to relocate endangered Columbian White-tail deer.
The northern loop of a popular trail at the Steigerwald Lake National Wildlife Refuge will reopen on May 1, the refuge announced Wednesday.
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