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Oregon Sport Anglers May Keep Two Halibut

NEWPORT, Ore. – On Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 13 and 14, anglers may keep two Pacific halibut each day in the sport halibut fishery off the central Oregon coast. However, the all-depth halibut fishery will be closed on Friday, Sept. 12.  “We had some challenging ocean conditions this year that…


Sport Halibut Fishing to Close Off Westport, Nearshore Will Remain Open 2 Days A Week

OLYMPIA – Anglers will be able to fish for halibut off Westport for two more days – Sunday (June 15) and Tuesday (June 17) – before the offshore portion of Marine Area 2 closes to halibut fishing for the season. However, the nearshore waters of that marine area between Grays…


Sport Halibut Fishing to Reopen For Two More Days Off La Push and Neah Bay

OLYMPIA — The recreational halibut fishery off the north coast of Washington will reopen for two more days in May to allow anglers to harvest the remainder of the May quota for that area, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) announced today. The fishery in marine areas 3…


DFG Announces Changes to Recreational Groundfish 2008 Fishing Regulations

Emergency regulations to restrict recreational fishing for groundfish in northern California to depths of less than 120 feet went into effect today. The Department of Fish and Game (DFG) announced that the regulations are now effective in both state and federal waters. The new depth restriction began May 1 in…


Groundfish Regulation Changes Reconsidered for North Coast, Yelloweye Rockfish Conservation Areas Will Not Be Implemented on May 1

The Department of Fish and Game (DFG) announced today that it will not implement Yelloweye Rockfish Conservation Areas (YRCAs) under 2008 groundfish regulations. The decision was made due to concerns that additional fishing restrictions could have a negative impact on local communities already burdened with salmon closures. “Because the department…