Hunting and fishing groups are standing shoulder to shoulder with environmentalists to fight back against what they see as threats to public lands.
The West Coast is on track for a meager and potentially disastrous salmon season, with severe cutbacks proposed for fisheries from the central Oregon coast down into northern California.
Food | Business | Environment | Fish & Wildlife | News | Economy | localAP | Jan. 4, 2017 6:53 a.m. | Seattle
Dungeness crab could be harder to come by if hundreds of fishing boats remain tied up at docks from California to Washington state by a dispute between crabbers and seafood processors over the price of the sought-after crustaceans.
At Lyle Falls, Washington’s Klickitat River rushes toward the Columbia River Gorge. It’s one of a few places where members of the Yakama Tribe still fish from scaffolds using dip nets.
The White House is honoring Oregon trawl fisherman Brad Pettinger for his environmental leadership.
Animals | Recreation | Environment | Fish & Wildlife | News | localAP | Oct. 1, 2016 9:51 a.m. | Roseburg, Oregon
The agency wasn't acting out of pure evil, however, but as a way to eradicate the invasive species that had been destroying the lake's ecosystem, the tui chub fish.
Animals | Recreation | Environment | Fish & Wildlife | News | localMedford Mail Tribune | Aug. 25, 2016 5:30 p.m.
Oregon has suspended internet sales of hunting and fishing licenses indefinitely while it investigates an apparent security breach in the private vendor used to sell licenses online.
News | Recreation | Environment | local | Fish & WildlifeNorthwest News Network | Aug. 24, 2016 5:31 p.m.
The sale of all hunting and fishing licenses in Washington state has been temporarily suspended because of a cybersecurity breach.
Recreation | NW Life | Environment | Fish & Wildlife | News | Water | localDaily Astorian | Aug. 4, 2016 11:33 a.m.
No more fish cleaning at the Port of Astoria. The Port is shutting down cleaning stations at the West and East mooring basins starting today because of environmental concerns.
The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that Washington is bound to protect salmon to fulfill treaty obligations with Northwest tribes – even if it means spending billions to fix road culverts that block salmon passage.
There’s no question now: the tui chub are back in Diamond Lake. What are we willing to do about it?
Oregon's special license that allows anglers to fish with two rods on lakes and reservoirs will be extended to the Willamette River and its tributaries beginning today under a test on whether it's appropriate for rivers.
Sport-crabbers are eyeing a Dec. 15 opener after new tests on Dungeness crab show that levels of domoic acid that closed the fisheries are now falling
Ancient, simple fly-fishing from Japan called Tenkara becomes popular in the U.S.