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Fishery Managers Reopen Columbia River Chinook Season in Oregon & Washington

CLACKAMAS, Ore.  – Better than expected returns of Columbia River chinook salmon prompted fishery managers from Oregon and Washington to reopen the season below Bonneville dam starting Saturday. Effective Saturday, Sept. 20 until Dec. 31, 2008 or further notice, anglers will be permitted to keep chinook salmon caught between the…


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…


Storm Forces Washington Monument State Park Closure

Wind and Rain Cause Heavy Damage BOONSBORO, Md. — Washington Monument State Park is closed until further notice after a series of heavy thunderstorms swept through the region Wednesday. “The storm caused extensive damage,” Park Manager Dan Spedden said Thursday. There were no injuries to visitors or park personnel, but…


Salmon Season Boundary Correction

A news release sent out Thursday, May 22, included an incorrect boundary description for Chinook fishing water on the Upper Salmon River. The Upper Salmon will be open from June 19 until August 2 or until further notice, from the Highway 75 Bridge – milepost 213.5 – about nine miles…


Additional Shellfish Areas in Suffolk County Closed Following Detection of Marine Biotoxin

Lands Temporarily Closed Pending Further Tests The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) today announced that additional shellfish harvesting areas in particular bays off on the north shore of Long Island have been temporarily closed due to the detection of a marine biotoxin. The closure impacts approximately 5,200…