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Fieldhouse Cafe

Fieldhouse Cafe

A gallery of pictures featuring dishes made by the Fieldhouse Cafe.

October 17, 2014 11:45 am Photos

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Anglers turning out for big salmon season

Anglers turning out for big salmon season

Anglers have good reason to be booking trips with fishing guides or getting their own gear rigged and vacations scheduled for fishing the Columbia River from now into October.

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Chinook boom could hike wild take, break state record

A massive fall chinook run predicted to return to the Columbia River and its tributaries later this year could lead to a wild change in fishing regulations.

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Outdoors just for kids 2-20-14

Outdoors just for kids 2-20-14

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Outdoors just for kids: A fishy trip to the ocean

Outdoors just for kids: A fishy trip to the ocean

Did you know that when young salmon swim downstream to enter the ocean, they travel backwards – tail first, 20 to 60 miles a day? That’s just one of the unusual things about migrating salmon that scientists have learned as they’ve researched the fish in the Columbia River.

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Columbia anglers tapping record run of salmon

Four lucky anglers found their way to the Ringold Springs boat launch in the pre-dawn darkness last week and used flashlights to find their fishing guide.

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Salmon on display

Salmon on display

Salmon on display at Van's Evergreen IGA. U.S. Sen. Jon Tester, D-Mont., has recently joined a thin bipartisan majority on the Senate Appropriations Committee to require labeling of genetically modified salmon.

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Buddies find inexpensive way to fly fish northern waters

Buddies find inexpensive way to fly fish northern waters

If you’ve always wanted to fish in Alaska, but thought it would cost you a small fortune, Dave Allen has a suggestion.

February 14, 2013 12:10 am Photos

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Humpy

Humpy

Kent Brown holds a male pink salmon, commonly known as a humpback or humpy for its humped back.

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Red river

Red river

Rick Herr marvels at the sockeye salmon gathered near his feet as he fishes the Russian River.

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Dynamic duo

Dynamic duo

Doug Hutcheson, left, and Dave Allen hold up salmon they caught fishing the Glory Hole on Montana Creek.

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Boats and bears

Boats and bears

A brown bear searches for salmon as a boatload of people float past.

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Colorful flies

Colorful flies

The anglers brought a variety of fly styles and colors.

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Big country

Big country

The anglers rented two boats to access some off-the-beaten-path waters during their tour of Alaska.

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RVers

RVers

The crew of six included, from left, Ron Bailey, Mike Blohm, Doug Hutcheson, Kent Brown, Rick Herr and Dave Allen. The RV provided transportation as well as a place to sleep and eat.

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Fellow anglers

Fellow anglers

Brown bears seemed unconcerned about the nearby presence of humans as they fished for salmon.

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Creek fishing

Creek fishing

Dave Allen fishes one of the small creeks the anglers stopped at during their tour of Alaska.

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Spawning salmon leap the fish ladders

Spawning salmon leap the fish ladders

Spawning salmon leap the fish ladders at the Macaulay Fish Hatchery, Juneau, Alaska.

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Study: Salmon runs boom, go bust over centuries

Study: Salmon runs boom, go bust over centuries

Salmon runs are notoriously variable: strong one year, and weak the next. New research shows that the same may be true from one century to the next.

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Massachusetts company recalling smoked salmon in Wyoming

BROCKTON, Mass. — A Massachusetts seafood company is recalling some of its smoked salmon products because of possible contamination by the bacterium listeria monocytogenes.

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