Oregon and Washington fish managers making key decisions about 2015 commercial seasons
Humans, sea lions and seals alike are sharing in the bounty of the Columbia River.
Climate change and food shortages are behind an increased push of pinnipeds into the Columbia River.
It is a move the Corps says is necessary to protect threatened and endangered young salmon, but crit
Species covered by the ban include Pacific sand lance, silversides and certain varieties of herring, smelt and squid.
Federal judge grants preliminary injunction to block Pacific Seafood acquisition
Port of Astoria closes boatyard; Port of Ilwaco plans for influx of boats
More than 80 salty wordsmiths from around the U.S., British Columbia and Finland washed up in Astoria this weekend for the FisherPoets Gathering.
Fisherpoet Dave Densmore gave landlubbers a look inside a wooden fishing boat this weekend on Pier 39
Another record year for salmon returns predicted
Work on Astoria-Megler Bridge starts up again
The Oregon State Marine Board is taking comments on proposed changes to fishing guide rules.
Washington state biologists interested in tribal experiment with electronic technology
ODFW selects new director
2014 was a remarkable year in the Pacific Northwest and early 2015 also is looking unusual; it sthis a sign of things to come, or just part of normal fluctuations in our climate and environment?