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From Chris Santella – In the spring of 2017, I researched and wrote a story for “American Angler” on the plight of wild steelhead in the Columbia Basin, which impacts Oregon, Washington and Idaho. As a die-hard Deschutes River steelhead … Continue reading →
From Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife Columbia River at Deschutes River mouth closes to all fishing beginning Aug. 9: Action taken to help protect upriver steelhead Tuesday, Aug. 7, 2018 SALEM — The Columbia River around the mouth of … Continue reading →
Planning to fish up North this summer? With the limited fishing opportunities in Washington State, sports fishermen are flocking to British Columbia. The early saltwater fishing off Vancouver Island has been outstanding with excellent catches of salmon, halibut and lingcod. Unfortunately, many lodges and charters are mostly booked. Dan Brunet at Lucky Sportfishing at Eagle […]
The following is a press release from the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW). Action: Sets the final season dates of recreational halibut fishing for marine areas 1-10. Locations and effective dates Marine Area 1 (Columbia River): The nearshore fishery, which has been open seven days a week, will close for the season at […]
Colorado allows 39 major industrial facilities to release known pollutants into waterways. Recent analysis has shown 17 have exceeded their legal limit 241 times in an 18-month period. “The pollution discharged above permitted amounts included cadmium, copper, chlorine, ammonia nitrogen, … more →
There are some required elements to any fly fishing film, as shown in this video from Badfish and Columbia.
Lucky Sportfishing and Salmon University have again joined forces for the fourth annual SU fishing trip to Barkley Sound, British Columbia, July 29 to August 2. Enjoy four nights – Sunday to Thursday – at beautiful Eagle Nook Resort; fully guided fishing on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday with a Thursday departure around noon (or bring […]
The 2018 Washington Sportsmen’s Show kicks off on Wednesday, January 24 at the Washington State Fair Events Center. Be sure to visit Salmon University’s sponsors who will be exhibiting: All River and Saltwater Charters – booth 363 | Washington’s Premier Guide Service. Seattle, Puget Sound, Westport, Olympic Peninsula and the Columbia River; now fishing Costa Rica […]
Gear New Omni-Shade Sun Deflector technology actively deflects sunlight away from the body. Columbia added small deflector dots to the Omni-Shade fabric to help protect against harmful UVA and UVB rays in this Solar Shade long-sleeve technical shirt.
After the 2016 ceasefire accord signed by the FARC with the President of Columbia, the remote jungle waters were opened to exploration by anglers, but also illegal mining, hunting, commercial fishing and logging. This video tells the story of those …