States Draw Closer To Concurrence On Columbia River Fishery Reforms With Recreation/Commercial Allocations, Gillnetting Rules

Washington and Oregon Fish and Wildlife directors are bringing the states closer to agreement on Columbia River fishery reform, including changes to mainstem commercial gillnetting and recreational/commercial allocations, at least for this year — a goal they’ve been working towards since adopting the fishery harvest reforms in 2013.

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