Regulation Updates as of Nov. 14, 2018
These are in-season regulation changes adopted on a temporary or emergency basis. Please see for permanent regulations.
All regulations may be subject to in-season modifications.
COLUMBIA RIVER, Buoy 10 upstream to OR/WA border (upstream of McNary Dam)
SELECT AREAS* (does not include mainstem fisheries)
*Includes the Youngs Bay Select Area from the Highway 101 Bridge upstream to markers at confluence of Youngs and Klaskanine rivers, including lower Lewis and Clark River upstream to Alternate Highway 101 Bridge and lower Walluski River tidewater sections; and the Knappa/Blind Slough Select Area from markers at the west end of Minaker Island upstream to markers at the mouth of Blind Slough and continuing up Blind Slough/Gnat Creek to the Aldrich Point Road Bridge.
Additional Tributary Regulation Updates (see Central and Northeast Zone):
COLUMBIA RIVER, Buoy 10 upstream to Wauna Powerlines
COLUMBIA RIVER, Wauna Powerlines (RM 40) upstream to Bonneville Dam
COLUMBIA RIVER RESERVOIRS, between Bonneville Dam and McNary Dam
Bonneville Reservoir (Bonneville Dam upstream to The Dalles Dam)
The Dalles Reservoir (The Dalles Dam upstream to John Day Dam)
John Day Reservoir (John Day Dam upstream to McNary Dam)
Columbia River regulation updates for salmon, steelhead, shad and sturgeon can be found above.
Salmon, Steelhead and Shad
Effective September 13 until further notice, angling for, and retention of, all salmon and steelhead is prohibited.
Buoy 10 to Bonneville Dam: Closed for retention.
Bonneville Pool (Bonneville Dam upstream to The Dalles Dam): Closed for retention.
The Dalles Pool (The Dalles Dam upstream to John Day Dam): Closed for retention.
John Day Pool (John Day Dam upstream to McNary Dam): Closed for retention.
The Dalles Pool:
John Day Pool:
Weekly checking showed four walleye released for one boat (two anglers).