Photo by Ingrid Taylar.

Washington Fishing Report Month of September

13/9/2019 - Razor clams:  Shellfish managers have tentatively scheduled an opening later this month at Long Beach and are still assessing digs for Twin Harbors, Copalis, and Mocrocks. Ocean salmon:  There’s one month left in the summer salmon fishing season in Washington’s ocean waters. In marine areas 1 (Ilwaco) and 3 (La Push), anglers can retain… SEE MORE
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Boating 101: Be Prepared for a Medical Emergency

13/9/2019 - By Pat Mundus. I took my original CPR and first-aid class as a mandatory sailing instructor requirement. As a blasé teenager, I never thought I’d use the skills. I soon learned how effective the training was in a crisis. After expelling a huge projectile from a choking person’s airway using… SEE MORE

Rare Harvest Moon to Appear this Friday the 13th

11/9/2019 - By Gordon Johnston. The Next Full Moon is the Harvest Moon, the Fruit Moon, the Barley Moon, the Corn Moon, the Mid-Autumn Festival Moon, the Chuseok Moon, the Modhu Purnima and the Binara Pura Pasalosvaka Poya. The Moon will be full early Saturday morning, Sept. 14, 2019, appearing "opposite" the Sun (in… SEE MORE
Higher-than-normal levels of bacteria prompted beach closures.

Elevated Levels of Bacteria Prompt Beach Closures

11/9/2019 - OREGON COAST (KPTV) - Health advisories were issued Tuesday for three Oregon beaches after water samples showed higher-than-normal levels of fecal bacteria. The Oregon Health Authority said the advisories affect Rockaway Beach and Neskowin Beach in Tillamook County and D River Beach in Lincoln County. The public, especially children and… SEE MORE