Ocean salmon fishery going strong with decent catches of kings and coho
"The Ilwaco area is back to limits on Tuesday, and we did see a little drop in the success right before that due to bad weather," said Wendy Beeghly, a state Fish and Wildlife biologist.
Bainbridge Island Review
Lois Paski, beloved former Bainbridge teacher, passes away
Born in Nebraska, Paski moved with her family to Washington when she was only 4 years old.
State Fish and Wildlife Columbia River regional fishing reports
Boat anglers averaged a steelhead kept per rod. Most of the fish were caught at the trout hatchery and near the mouth.
Coast Guard rescues 2 from overturned boat
The crew pulled out the two people, whose ages were not available, shortly after Coast Guard Sector Columbia River in Warrenton, Oregon, received a call for help at 4:45 p.m. A crew from Coast Guard Station Cape Disappointment rescued the boaters, who were then taken to a medical facility.
August should be good month for salmon fishing
The door on salmon fishing options opens even wider next month with plenty of decent places to hook into some fish.
Washington's Long Beach Peninsula: A surprising foodie find
Years ago, a trip to the Long Beach Peninsula brought up nostalgic images of ice cream cones and taffy from the candy shop.
Salmon fisheries going down as one of the most memorable in recent years
The ocean salmon fishery is still topping the news; a record sockeye run is heading up the Columbia; and many places in between are giving way to fun action.