The states balked at approving any additional time from Bonneville to the state line.
Author: Bill Monroe
Spring chinook salmon fishing to reopen on Columbia River
Oregon and Washington opted for a cautious reopening of sport fishing after counts dramatically increased over Bonneville Dam the past few days.
Bill Monroe: Here’s how Oregon beer could wind up saving Oregon salmon
Materials from the vats of the Rogue brewery in Newport are on the verge of becoming the latest honey hole for salmon restoration.
No water at Roslyn Lake, but Trackers Portland keeps it full (of campers)
Now, instead of launching boats, visitors embrace a cottonwood forest, interspersed with open expanses of sand.
Pikeminnow bounty program begins, with an added feature
Bounty-fishing began Monday with a techno-twist.
Summer salmon fishing seasons set for Oregon coast, Columbia River
Changes are in store on the coast and the Columbia.
Video shows boat charging sea lions on Columbia River; authorities reportedly investigating
A video showed the boat repeatedly targeting sea lions at high speed.
Slower catches of spring chinook salmon mean extended fishing on lower Columbia River
The states extended both recreational fishing and commercial net seasons in off-channel areas.
Bill Monroe: A threatened species clogs up rivers as another arrives
There may be room for more dipping, but not unless the total estimate of dipped smelt is below an allowable federal threshold.
Bill Monroe: One-day dipping season coming Thursday for smelt in the lower Sandy River
Everyone looking to participate will have a 10-pound limit on smelt