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This week, NSIA Executive Director, Liz Hamilton, wrote to Robert Anderson, Acting Branch Chief for the NOAA Fisheries’ West Coast Region, Protected Resources Division, submitting comments in support of the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife’s Section 120 application…

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NSIA has sent a letter to Dr. Jim Unsworth, Director of the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife and Dr. Brad Smith, Chair of the Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission to communicate our concerns with…

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NSIA hosted their annual Run Forecast meeting where industry leaders met with agency heads to discuss the 2018 expectations for the Columbia River system salmon runs. Posted here is the Preliminary Draft of the ODFW/WDFW…

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Liz Hamilton, Executive Director of the Northwest Sportfishing Industry Association was asked by House and Senate Leadership to serve on the Agriculture, Forests, Fisheries, Rural Communities, and Tribes Work Group – for the Clean Energy…

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Gabe Miller of Sportco/Farwest Sports & NSIA both want to encourage all anglers salmon fishing in the Puget Sound, to fill out and return WDFW’s Salmon Trip Report form below. Per Gabe: “As many of…

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Last winter a mere 512 ESA-Listed, wild winter steelhead passed over Willamette falls to spawn in their natal streams.  Sadly, a minimum of 25% of this historic low return was consumed by male sea lions…

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Anglers from all over the Northwest came together Friday, August 18th, to compete for the most and biggest salmon at the Buoy 10 on the Columbia River, the biggest salmon fishery in the lower 48…

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Last winter a mere 512 ESA-Listed, wild winter steelhead passed over Willamette falls to spawn in their natal streams.  Sadly, a minimum of 25% of this historic low return was consumed by male sea lions…

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NSIA, along with a diverse coalition of environmental, hunting, and other outdoor recreation organizations, is proud to support the bipartisan Recreation Not Red-Tape Act as sponsored by Oregon’s Senator Ron Wyden and Chairman of the House…

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