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Over the past year,...
“ It looks like our horrible forecast was optimistic.” Kelly Susewind, Director, Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife
Yesterday, WDFW announced a full closure to all sport fishing throughout...
In September of 2020, the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife released their 5-year report of the Coastal Multi-Species Conservation Management Plan. This was the first published report since...
Over the past two years, Native Fish Society has been neck-deep in the creation of the Rogue South Coast Multi-Species Conservation Management Plan (RSP) advocating for science based fisheries...
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2 Anglers / 5 Days of Guided Trout Spey Fishing on the Upper Columbia RiverApril 25 - 29, 2022
Looking for a different type of Trout trip? Look no...
Do you want to take a more active role in monitoring your favorite watershed? Just want to learn more about where steelhead spawn and how to identify their redds? If so, join us as Oregon...
What: A Benefit for Wild Fish & Free-flowing Rivers
When: April 2 - 9, 2022
Where: Wherever makes you happy, as long as you have a wifi connection!
We invite you to join us on an amazing...
By PJ Tronquet
An email from Dale prepared me for what was coming. The next evening, a text from Frankie and a call from Becky confirmed that Frank had died. People my age are dying all the time...
Wild Winter Steelhead are a staple to southern Oregon and the communities and ecosystems that call it home. Despite a lack of data about population health and the fishery, it is still legal to kill...
When I was about seven years old, my father surprised me with my first fishing rod, a stout little piece of dark amber-colored fiberglass with an attached shiny reel. After showing me how it worked...