18th Annual Oregon BanquetThe Northwest Sportfishing Industry Association, in cooperation with Pro-Cure and Cabela's, extends a warm invitation to our membership to join us at the 18th Annual Oregon Banquet to celebrate another successful year of working for healthy rivers, healthy salmon stocks and a healthy business environment!
Huge Victory for Columbia Basin SalmonThe ruling opens the door for much-needed recovery efforts in the mainstem Columbia and Snake Rivers that will have positive impacts on salmon and steelhead populations.
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Sportfishing Groups Ask ODFW Commission to Keep Their Promise Posted Nov 29, 2016 By NSIA
Washington’s Sportfishing Leaders Raise Funds for More Fish and Better Fishing Posted Nov 15, 2016 By NSIA
Washington Sportfishing Industry Members and Advocates Raise Nearly $50,000 in Support of More Fish and Better Fishing The Northwest Sportfishing Industry Association is celebrating a very successful banquet and fundraiser in Washington over the weekend….
Owyhee Protections Would Benefit Eastern Oregon Economy Posted Jul 12, 2016 By NSIA
Owyhee Protections Would Continue to Grow Malheur County’s Economy Outdoor recreation already contributes nearly $70 million in economic activity annually (Oregon City, OR) A newly-released study finds that a significant portion of Malheur County’s economic…
Plan to Exempt Kalmiopsis From Mining Operations on Right Track Posted May 08, 2016 By NSIA
Kalmiopsis Plan on the Right Track to Protect Southern Oregon Rivers The U.S. Forest Service recently completed an Environmental Assessment that would exclude a 100,000 acre section of federal lands near the Kalmiopsis Wilderness from…