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  1. If I'm fishing for personal use in the Columbia River, what licenses do I need?
    Where the river coincides with the boundary between Washington and Oregon, the license of either state is valid. Anglers must comply with the laws of the state in which they are fishing. An angler licensed only in Oregon may not fish on the Washington shore or in Washington sloughs or tributari ...
  2. Can I have a daily (bag or catch) limit and possession limit for both Oregon & Washington under the Columbia River reciprocity agreement between the states, if I have a legal license from both States?
    No. You can have one or the other of the daily (bag or catch) limits, but not both.
  3. If I'm fishing for personal use in the Upper Snake River, what licenses do I need?
    Where the river coincides with the boundary between Washington and Idaho, the license of either state is valid. Anglers must comply with the laws of the state issuing the license. An angler licensed only in Idaho may not fish on the Washington shore or in Washington sloughs or tributaries. An a ...
  4. Can I have a daily (bag or catch) limit and possession limit for both Idaho and Washington under the Snake River reciprocity agreement between the states, if I have a legal license from both states?
    No. You can have one or the other of the daily (bag or catch) limits, but not both.