WDFW Fishing Rule Change: Steelhead and whitefish fisheries

Tweet Action: Closure of steelhead and whitefish fishing on the upper Columbia River including the Wenatchee, Entiat, Methow, Okanogan, and Similkameen rivers. Species affected: Steelhead and whitefish. Effective dates: One hour after official sunset on March 31, 2015. Locations: Mainstem … Continue reading →

Steelhead fishing to open on Wenatchee, Icicle, upper Columbia rivers; whitefish on Wenatchee

TweetACTIONS: Open the Columbia, Wenatchee, and Icicle Rivers on February 13, 2014 to fishing for steelhead. In addition, the Wenatchee River will open on February 13, 2014 to fishing for whitefish. SPECIES AFFECTED: Steelhead and whitefish. FISHING AREA LOCATIONS AND … Continue reading →

Michigan: Female angler holding a whitefish Lake Whitefish: not just for commercial anglers!

TweetAlthough extremely important to Great Lakes commercial fishers, lake whitefish are becoming more and more popular with recreational anglers throughout Michigan. But you really have to know how to catch this delicious species! The lake whitefish has a small, exceedingly … Continue reading →

Minnesota: Whitefish-tullibee sport-netting to open on northern lakes

TweetRecreational netting for whitefish-tullibee opens Friday, Oct. 11, on designated lakes that are less susceptible to sudden changes that impact water temperature, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR). These lakes, known as Schedule II lakes, offer recreational … Continue reading →

Fishing for steelhead and whitefish to Open on Wenatchee and Icicle Rivers‏

TweetActions: Open the Wenatchee and Icicle rivers on Feb. 8 to fishing for steelhead. In addition, the Wenatchee River will open Feb. 8 to fishing for whitefish. Species affected: Steelhead and whitefish. Fishing area locations and effective dates: Areas that … Continue reading →

Minnesota: 2012 whitefish-tullibee sport-netting dates and regulations

TweetRecreational netting for whitefish-tullibee opens Friday, Oct. 12, on designated lakes that are less susceptible to sudden changes that impact water temperature, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR). These lakes, known as Schedule II lakes, offer recreational … Continue reading →