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Mark Yuasa covers fishing and outdoors in the Pacific Northwest...Here is the report that came out this morning: In addition to nearly a million Columbia River coho swimming in the ocean, 1.6 million fall Chinook are expected to the Columbia River in
Did you remember to make reservations at a fancy hotel? advertisement It's Valentines' Day...Intercontinental Hotel is offering Valentines' Specials at two of its restaurants: Bhandini (Indian) and La Prugna D'Oro (Italian)...Their menu is ultra
Canada's highest court won't hear salmon farming opponent Don Staniford's appeal of a ruling that he defamed one of B.C.'s largest salmon farming companies. The Supreme Court of Canada released its decision Thursday and, as usual, offered no reasons.
Andy Holman of Friday Harbor went home with the $10,000 first-place money for a very nice chinook of 20.2 pounds, an additional $1,000 for the largest Friday fish, and $3,000 more for hanging a Mercury on his transom. Second place and $5,000 went to
Sanford general manager of operations Greg Johansson confirmed yesterday that at least 10,000 fish escaped from a ripped net at the company's Big Glory Bay salmon farm during a storm before Christmas. The escape has been a hot topic in Bluff, with
It's in demand from marathon runners, performance athletes and the sports recovery market as a food supplement and its antioxidant qualities mean it may be beneficial in treating cardiovascular, immune and neurodegenerative diseases. But Tony Dowd
The salmon's migration from river to ocean, and vice versa, is impeded by dry patches in rivers. Los Angeles California 's drought is making life hard for the state's salmon population and may soon claim at least one entire species as victim.
Mark Yuasa covers fishing and outdoors in the Pacific Northwest...The film a wide range of topics covers fly-fishing stories covering trout, saltwater pursuits, anadromous fish, and carp and musky...This segment points out hope for the king fishery
Mark Yuasa covers fishing and outdoors in the Pacific Northwest...The derby covers 500 square miles of fishing ground with five weigh stations and a $10,000 first place prize for the largest salmon. The derby is hosted by the Gardiner Salmon Derby
Federal officials plan to evict Caspian terns from two Columbia River man-made islands to protect endangered salmon and steelhead. The Army Corps of Engineers and Bureau of Reclamation believe that if they can get the salmon-eating birds to stop