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March 16, 2017

Sport Fishing Leaders Call For Buckmaster’s Resignation

Sport Fishing Leaders Call For Buckmaster’s Resignation Sport fishing leaders are calling for the resignation of Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commissioner Bruce Buckmaster, one of the […]
January 18, 2017

Washington approves Columbia R. Reforms; All Eyes on Oregon Commission

  Will Oregon’s Fish and Wildlife Commission fall in line with Washington when it comes to voting on the Columbia River Reforms? In a matter of […]
January 18, 2017

The Science Behind Brining Bait For Salmon

The Science Behind Bait Brines By Eric Martin Clupea pallasi. The Pacific herring. Ranging in distribution from the Baja Peninsula to the Arctic Ocean, the west […]
January 18, 2017

Jim Bittle Brings Sport Fishing Voice to Oregon Fish & Wildlife Commission

  As Oregon’s newest fish and wildlife commissioner Jim Bittle is approaching the position with caution. He understands that it comes with great responsibility and that […]
January 18, 2017

Frank Moore To Be Honored (Hopefully)

Close to 100,000 acres on public land in the North Umpqua River drainage has been set aside as a wild steelhead sanctuary, thanks in large part […]
January 18, 2017

30-Pound Steelhead Caught Twice

On a fishing trip to British Columbia’s Kispiox River several years ago Danny Cook, Dave Vedder and Greg Nylander were fishing a pool that had already […]
December 20, 2016

Spring Chinook Predictions 2017

  ‘Above Average’ Year Expected for Spring Chinook Both Washington and Oregon released their spring Chinook forecasts for 2017 and their numbers are on par with […]
December 14, 2016

Ten Tips for Better Float Fishing

Ten Tips for Better Float Fishing 1.) Placing a large, brightly-colored bead or Corky between your float and the bobber stop bumper bead will provide an […]