November 8, 2017
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OLYMPIA – With wildfire season already underway, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) reminds outdoor recreationists that fireworks are prohibited year-round on all 33 WDFW wildlife areas and 700-plus water access sites.
WDFW Northcentral Region Director Jim Brown noted an 80-acre fire near Lake Wenatchee last weekend, and wildfires in British Columbia earlier this […]
Some of Washington’s most popular fishing opportunities are open to anglers this month, including chinook salmon in the Columbia River, crab in portions of Puget Sound and trout in rivers throughout the state.
Sound like fun? Prospective anglers who are interested in fishing but don’t have a fishing license can get in on the action during […]
Port of Ilwaco – Regular Meetings Schedule Notice
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Board of Commissioners of the Port of Ilwaco will be holding only one regular meeting per month starting July through September 2016. The meeting will be held on the 1st Monday of each month at 4:00 p.m. If at any time […]
Columbia River Bait offers live bait for Tuna, Salmon, Sturgeon and Bottom Fish.
Call for opening date: (360) 642-2248
Tall Ships are coming to Ilwaco!
Ilwaco, Wash. – The tall ships Lady Washington and Hawaiian Chieftain will be in Ilwaco, WA on June 2-7, 2016.
More information to follow.
The Grays Harbor Historical Seaport Authority is a not-for-profit, 501(c)(3) public development authority based in Aberdeen, Wash. that owns and operates the tall ships Hawaiian Chieftain and Lady […]
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Boat trailers unhooked from a vehicle and parked or stored for longer than 24 hours shall be subject to payment of the following fees below. These fees only apply to boat trailers unless another type of trailer is otherwise approved by the Port Manager or designee on a case by case basis. Other types of […]
OLYMPIA – Starting May 1, anglers fishing for salmon or steelhead on the Columbia River and most of its tributaries downstream from Chief Joseph Dam will be required to use barbless hooks.
The new regulations, adopted today by the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW), expand on a similar rule currently in effect on […]