Here in 2020 we find ourselves in unprecedented times on our rivers. We face major shortages of salmon, related species and the repercussions of those losses. This has meant a change in feeding grounds by seals and sea lions, a major loss in avian diversity and numbers and an increase in invasive river species of all forms. Despite this we continue to strive to provide our community with river access with the hope this knowledge will help you to improve as you enjoy. Bellow listed is multiple agencies involved in recreational fishing and the preservation/ conservation of our river systems as well as the ecosystems that surround and depend on them. Please feel free to contact us with any questions or requests for information about our park or how you can help our natural world through local efforts.
Be advised that our launch and parking area is closed for some events. See the events page for more details.
The Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife can advise you on fishing regulations, seasons and events.
Ifish.net is a forum and conversation board that focuses on Pacific Northwest water and fisherman. This is a great place to connect with local fisherman and exchange stories.
Shipfinder.com provides the world’s leading AIS and satellite vessel tracking services based on professional Chart platform. Shipfinder.com has accumulated over 6000 business users and become the most influential vessel tracking service provider within Greater China and also in the East Aisa.
The US Army Corp of Engineers conducts fish counts at Bonneville, The Dalles, John Day, McNary, Ice Harbor, Lower Monumental, Little Goose and Lower Granite dams.
Pro Tides provides tides links pages broken out by state & country, map pages for each state and tides stations themselves.
The Recreational Boating Association of Washington's mission is to represent the interests of Northwest boaters effectively. To help fulfill that goal we have a professional lobbyist in Olympia, who makes sure our collective voice is heard by state lawmakers. Our main focus is State boating issues.