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The Columbian
Fishing report 2/11Spring chinook fever is beginning to build, although it’s still five weeks away
Fishing report 2/11
The Columbian / Posted 17 hours ago
Spring chinook fever is beginning to build, although it’s still five weeks away before the best salmon in the world arrives in significant numbers in the lower Columbia River. The first spring chinook has been counted at Bonneville Dam. An... Read more
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The Columbian
Judge orders U.S. agency to pay Yakama Nation for cleanupYAKIMA — The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has been ordered to pay the Yakama Na
Judge orders U.S. agency to pay Yakama Nation for cleanup
The Columbian / Posted 7 days ago
YAKIMA — The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has been ordered to pay the Yakama Nation for costs related to cleaning up a contaminated island in Washington’s Columbia River. The Yakama Nation sued the Corps in 2014, arguing that tribal members weren’t... Read more
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Everett Herald
Judge orders U.S. agency to pay Yakama Nation for cleanup YAKIMA � The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has been ordered to pay the Yakama
Judge orders U.S. agency to pay Yakama Nation for cleanup
Everett Herald / Posted 7 days ago
YAKIMA � The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has been ordered to pay the Yakama Nation for costs related to cleaning up a contaminated island in Washington�s Columbia River.The Yakama Nation... Read more
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KTVZ Bend
Judge orders US agency to pay Yakama Nation for cleanup | News - Home POSTED: 11:44 AM PST February 4, 2016 YAKIMA, Wash. (AP) — T
Judge orders US agency to pay Yakama Nation for cleanup
KTVZ Bend / Posted 7 days ago
| News - Home POSTED: 11:44 AM PST February 4, 2016 YAKIMA, Wash. (AP) — The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has been ordered to pay the... Read more
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The Kitsap Sun
Judge orders US agency to pay Yakama Nation for cleanupYAKIMA, Wash. (AP) - The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has been ordered to pay t
Judge orders US agency to pay Yakama Nation for cleanup
The Kitsap Sun / Posted 7 days ago
YAKIMA, Wash. (AP) - The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has been ordered to pay the Yakama Nation for costs related to cleaning up a contaminated island in Washington's Columbia River. The Yakima Herald reports (http://bit.ly/1QfoXyz ) that the Yakama... Read more
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The Dalles Chronicle
Spring Chinook seasons set for Columbia RiverFishery managers from Oregon and Washington set spring Chinook salmon seasons f
Spring Chinook seasons set for Columbia River
The Dalles Chronicle / Posted 9 days ago
Fishery managers from Oregon and Washington set spring Chinook salmon seasons for the Columbia River today during a joint state hearing in Vancouver, Wash., Jan. 26. The Columbia River spring Chinook season is based on a forecast of 299,200... Read more
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The Columbian
Sea lion trapped, removed from Bonneville poolOfficials have captured the next-to-last sea lion in the Bonneville pool of the
Sea lion trapped, removed from Bonneville pool
The Columbian / Posted 11 days ago
Officials have captured the next-to-last sea lion in the Bonneville pool of the Columbia River and relocated it to the Oregon coast. Guy Norman, regional director of the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, said at the Columbia River Compact... Read more
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The Columbian
Oregon: Keep catch-and-release sturgeon fishing in lower ColumbiaThe Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife says it is not interested in elimina
Oregon: Keep catch-and-release sturgeon fishing in lower Columbia
The Columbian / Posted 12 days ago
The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife says it is not interested in eliminating catch-and-release sturgeon fishing in the lower Columbia River. Twelve days ago, meeting in Vancouver, the Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission voted unanimously... Read more
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The Columbian
Officials hopeful spring chinook will return as forecastWashington and Oregon adopted the spring chinook seasons for the Columbia River
Officials hopeful spring chinook will return as forecast
The Columbian / Posted 15 days ago
Washington and Oregon adopted the spring chinook seasons for the Columbia River on Wednesday leaving anglers little left to do now except impatiently wait for six weeks to see if the salmon actually arrive. Last fall, officials predicted more than... Read more
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The Columbian
Washington seeks end to catch-and-release sturgeon anglingThe Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission wants catch-and-release sturgeon fi
Washington seeks end to catch-and-release sturgeon angling
The Columbian / Posted 16 days ago
The Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission wants catch-and-release sturgeon fishing ended in the lower Columbia River to help protect the troubled population. The nine-member panel voted unanimously in Vancouver on Saturday to direct the Department... Read more
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The Columbian
Public comment sought on management planVancouver — The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife Commission is seekin
Public comment sought on management plan
The Columbian / Posted 26 days ago
Vancouver — The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife Commission is seeking public comment on salmon and sturgeon management on the lower Columbia River during the meeting Jan. 22 and 23 in Vancouver. The commission is the governing body that... Read more
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The Columbian
Spring chinook angling projected open through April 9Davis Bar, along the Washington shore opposite the mouth of the Willamette Rive
Spring chinook angling projected open through April 9
The Columbian / Posted 28 days ago
Davis Bar, along the Washington shore opposite the mouth of the Willamette River, is a popular spring chinook location. (ALLEN THOMAS/The Columbian) Spring chinook angling in the lower Columbia River is projected to last through about April 9 before... Read more
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The Columbian
Chum salmon return to Columbia in big numbersThis winter’s Columbia River chum salmon return could be the largest in more th
Chum salmon return to Columbia in big numbers
The Columbian / Posted 1 months ago
This winter’s Columbia River chum salmon return could be the largest in more than a decade. Fisheries biologists monitoring the return say the 2015 run could be as high as 20,000 salmon — the largest since 2002. In 1999, the federal government... Read more

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