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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 →
A Guaranteed Good Time for A Good Cause! Join the Native Fish Society Thursday, July 19th, 2018 at the Miracle Barn in Bend, OR for a great evening of fellowship, festivities, and a live auction benefitting Oregon’s native fish and … Continue reading →
From the Native Fish Society Dear Members and Supporters, The Metolius River in Central Oregon is the crown jewel of the upper Deschutes Basin and a place of exemplary ecological value in the state of Oregon. It is also ground … Continue reading →
Far Bank Enterprises, Inc., the parent company of Sage Fly Fishing, Redington, and RIO Products, has today announced the acquisition of Ashland, Oregon.-based Fly Water Travel, a company dedicated to arranging trips to the world’s finest angling destinations. “We are thrilled to welcome Fly Water Travel to the Far Bank family,” said Larry Barrett, CEO […]The post Far Bank Enterprises acquires Fly Water Travel appeared first on Angling International.
You have to love fly fishing in May and June in Oregon. Some of our very best opportunities exist and we are able to fish some of the biggest dry flies of the season. You have hungry trout tying willing … Continue reading →
Hey folks, Matt Stansberry here with an update. I’ve been working behind the scenes these past few months, posting some conservation stories on the blog and keeping up with the folks fishing in my favorite Oregon watersheds. But I haven’t … Continue reading →
Tippets: Moving Sea Lions to Save Steelhead, Call for Ban on Steelhead Fishing in Idaho Rivers, 2017 National Environmental Scorecard
In an effort to protect a particularly fragile steelhead run, Oregon wildlife managers are trapping sea lions at Willamette Falls and trucking them out to the coast. “Biologists estimate the sea lions at Willamette Falls are eating at least a quarter … more →
From OPB: Oregon wildlife managers are trapping sea lions at Willamette Falls and trucking them out to the coast in an effort to protect a very fragile run of steelhead. Biologists estimate the sea lions at Willamette Falls are eating … Continue reading →
This short documentary from The Deschutes River Alliance explains how selective water withdrawal operations have impacted the health of the river and the community of Maupin, Oregon.