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 By WDFW    Fishing    May 1, 2020

Columbia River Scheduled To Open

Columbia River scheduled to open for spring Chinook on select days beginning May 5 OLYMPIA – The Columbia River spring Chinook fishery is scheduled to open for four days through mid-May, state... Full story

 
 By WDFW    Events   

Brendan Brokes Named WDFW North Puget Sound Region Director

OLYMPIA – Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) Director Kelly Susewind has named Brendan Brokes Regional Director of the North Puget Sound Region based in Mill Creek. He began his new... Full story

 
 By AZGFD    Boating    October 1, 2019

Aquatic Invasives

Record number of boat decontaminations in Arizona helps fight spread of aquatic invasives in Western states. The Arizona Game and Fish Department (AZGFD) continues to help prevent the spread of... Full story

 
 By WDFW    Fishing    April 1, 2019

Columbia River Chinook Opening

Third weekend opening planned for Columbia River spring chinook fishery below Bonneville Dam OLYMPIA – For the third weekend in a row, a section of the lower Columbia River will reopen for two days... Full story

 
 By AZGFD    Wildlife    March 1, 2019

AZGFD Offers Support For Declining Western Monarch Butterfly Populations

Over the last two decades, the iconic monarch butterfly populations have declined 80 percent throughout its historical range in the Western U. S, but the famed species will now get a wing up with... Full story

 

AZGFD Hunting And Angling Heritage Workgroup

Hello, and I hope everyone is doing fantastic. The Become a Hunting Mentor Trivia and Pint Night went excellent. We had about 35 attendees and 18 HAHWG reps at this first-time event and the room was... Full story

 
 By WOT    Wildlife    September 1, 2018

California Condors To Be Released

The public is invited to the release of the endangered California Condors. This will take place on Saturday, Sept. 22 at Vermilion Cliffs National Monument. There is nothing quite as iconic in the... Full story

 
 By WOT    Wildlife    September 1, 2018

Groups Aim To Boost Non-Lead Ammo

The North American Non-Lead Partnership (NANLP) — formed late last year by the Oregon Zoo, The Peregrine Fund and the Institute for Wildlife Studies — seeks to expand the coalition of hunters,... Full story

 
 By WDFW    Fishing    May 1, 2018

Columbia River Policy Review Looking For Public Comments

OLYMPIA – The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) is inviting people to share their views at four upcoming meetings in Ridgefield on a draft assessment of a state policy that guides... Full story

 
 By WOT    Events   

Olympia, WA - Governor Inslee Appointments McIsaac To Fish And Wildlife Commission

Gov. Jay Inslee has appointed Don McIsaac, a recently retired director of a West Coast regional fishery management council, and reappointed Larry Carpenter to the Washington Fish and Wildlife... Full story

 
 By Colorado Parks Wildlife    Events   

Colorado State Parks Offering Solar Eclipse Viewing

Dubbed the Great American Eclipse, all areas of the country will be able to see at least a partial solar eclipse, in which the moon covers the sun; those in a 70-mile wide stretch starting in Oregon...  Website

 
 By John Koleszar    Fishing    June 1, 2017

Love What You Do!

I had an opportunity this past month to escape the looming desert heat and visit with my son in Portland, Ore. Part of our get together involved going salmon fishing in the Tilamook Bay area. Yes, we... Full story

 
 By AZBW    Boating    June 1, 2017
Aspen Power Catamarans

Anacortes, WA - Aspen Launched Their 10,000 Mile Tour

An Aspen C120 embarked on an epic journey. This 40' Proa Catamaran will cruise over 10,000 miles from Washington state to Annapolis, Maryland. David and Sue Ellen Jenkins the proud owners of the... Full story

 
 By WDFW    Fishing    April 1, 2017

Spring Chinook Fishery Extended Again In Lower Columbia River

OLYMPIA – State fishery managers have again extended the initial sportfishing season for spring chinook salmon on the lower Columbia River in response to poor fishing conditions caused by extremely... Full story

 
 By WDFW    Fishing    January 1, 2017

Olympia - Commission Set To Consider Columbia River Salmon Policy

OLYMPIA – The Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission will consider updating the state's reform policy on Columbia River salmon management during a meeting scheduled Jan. 13-14 in Vancouver, Wash.... Full story

 
 By AZBW    Boating    July 1, 2016

Red Towboat On Lake Pleasant Has A New Name

For the past eight years when recreational boats have broken down on Lake Pleasant - 300 of them last year alone - the red response boat of Vessel Assist Lake Pleasant has been there to help boaters... Full story

 
 By Captain Dave Esparza    Events   

He Will Be Missed

His full name is Orlan Ross Ginter; his nickname his entire life has been "Bud". Bud was born May 1, 1939 in Appleton City, Missouri. (That is the same general area that, back in the day, Frank and... Full story

 
 By WDFW    Fishing    May 1, 2016

Anglers Will Get 3 More Days To Catch Spring Chinook Below And Above Bonneville Dam

OLYMPIA – The sportfishing season for spring chinook salmon on the Columbia River will reopen for three days beginning later this week under an agreement reached yesterday by fishery managers from... Full story

 
 By WDFW    Fishing    April 1, 2016

Spring Chinook Fishery Closes Pending Run Update On Lower Columbia River

OLYMPIA – The first phase of the popular sport fishery for spring chinook salmon on the lower Columbia River will close at the end of the day Friday, April 8, one day earlier than previously... Full story

 
 By WDFW    Wildlife    April 1, 2016

Status reviews of Columbian White-Tailed Deer, Taylor's Checkerspots Available For Public Comment

OLYMPIA – State wildlife managers are seeking public input on their recommendations to keep Columbian white-tailed deer and Taylor’s checkerspot butterflies on Washington’s endangered species... Full story

 
 By WDFW    Wildlife    April 1, 2016

Plant A Tree For Wildlife This Month

April is the month of Arbor Day and Earth Day, and this year both are promoting something we advocate for wildlife habitat -- tree planting. Arbor Day has always been about planting trees, starting in... Full story

 
 By AZBW    Boating    February 1, 2016

TowBoatUS Catalina Takes Tower Of The Year Honors

A local company that that helps boaters get safely home was singled out for its professionalism at the BoatUS Towing Services Annual Conference recently held in Jupiter, Fla. "Tower of the Year" honor... Full story

 
 By WDFW    Wildlife    January 1, 2016

WDFW Seeks Comments On Draft Status Reviews For Killer Whales And Streaked Horned Larks

OLYMPIA – State wildlife managers are seeking public input on their recommendations to keep killer whales and streaked horned larks on Washington’s endangered species list. The Washington Departme... Full story

 
 By WDFW    Fishing    January 1, 2016

Public Can Comment On Management Of Lower Columbia Salmon, Sturgeon

OLYMPIA – The public will have an opportunity to comment on salmon and sturgeon management on the lower Columbia River during a meeting of the Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission scheduled Jan.... Full story

 
 By WDFW    Fishing    December 1, 2015

Commercial Crab Fishing Delayed Again On Washington's South Coast

OLYMPIA – The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) is again delaying the commercial Dungeness crab fishery on a small section of Washington’s southern coast. The decision was made in... Full story

 

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