USGS Stream Flow
Current Conditions for Washington Streamflow. Lists of, maps for, and information about real-time data are also available.
Coastal Conservation Association
The purpose of CCA is to advise and educate the public on conservation of marine resources. The objective of CCA is to conserve, promote, and enhance the present and future availability of those coastal resources for the benefit and enjoyment of the general public.
Guide outfitters are the founders of the tourism industry and an important part of the outdoor heritage of BC. More than 5,000 hunters come to BC each year and spend more, per day, per capita, than any other visitor to our province. The Guide Outfitters Association of British Columbia (GOABC) was established in 1966 to represent the guide outfitting industry to government and advocate for science-based wildlife management. Today the association continues this mission, representing more than 80% of the guide outfitters in BC, Yukon, Northwest Territories and Nunavut.
Washington Dept. Of Fish & Wildlife
Washington waters offer fishing opportunities for more than a dozen fish and shellfish species, in communities across the state. Fishing is a way to slow down, get outdoors and create memories for your children or grandchildren. Even if you’ve never picked up a fishing pole, or haven’t gone fishing since you were a kid, you can get started—or get back to—fishing. This webpage is designed to help you with basic information you need to head to the water. You may even come home with tonight’s dinner. While adventurous anglers can pursue many different fish species, such as halibut, lingcod and sturgeon, this website focuses on fish and shellfish that are most easily accessible to novice anglers.
Washington Outfitters & Guides Association (WOGA)
The Washington Outfitters & Guides Association (WOGA) is the only industry organization in Washington that represents outfitters, sport-fishing guides, horse and llama packers, white-water rafters, hunting guides, and other outdoor professionals who supply “outfitted services” to the recreational public in our state.
Washington Department of Health
The public beaches listed in the link below are CLOSED to the recreational or sport harvest of the shellfish species listed because of danger from marine biotoxins. Commercial shellfish harvesting may, or may not, be restricted in those areas, based on selected testing of shellfish lots.
Washington Saltwater Fishing
There are many opportunities for fishing in Washington. With thousands of lakes, rivers and streams to choose from the task of choosing a location could seem quite a challenge. Lucky for you you’ve found the right place! WashingtonLakes.com has everything you need to make an informed desicion about where to fish, and what you’ll need to get started.
BC Fishing Reports
These weekly updated BC fishing reports are provided by guides and lodges from different regions of British Columbia.
Fish Eye Soup
Fishing Shops, Guides, Outfitters, Resorts, Lodges and Charter Boat Operators in the state of Oregon