Free Fishing Next Weekend Throughout Oregon And Washington |

The seasons were set in March after biologists in Oregon and Washington decided there were enough fish remaining on the zone’s quota after some winter fishing days. The bag limit remains one per day (two for the year) between 38 and 54 inches from nose to fork (not tip) of the tail. A new rule in the same area prohibits all sturgeon fishing, including catch and release, from the boat ramp at the Port of The Dalles across the river to a marker on the Washington shoreline. The area is considered a sturgeon spawning sanctuary. Tigers in Oregon’s tank: Tiger muskies planted in northeast Oregon’s Phillips Reservoir to control yellow perch last year are bulking up. Biologists report over-winter survivors from the 25,000 fish plant grew from four to five inches long to an average 14 this year. Read more


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