Don’t forget to sign up for the 19th Annual Buoy 10 Salmon Challenge! This is great way to support better fishing in the Northwest, and experience one of the best fishing opportunities in the state!
We have just received our first Alumaweld Duck Boats just in time for duck season! These Alumaweld Sport Skiffs have been outfitted with an Avery Quick Set Blind, 6′ Gun Locker, Vinyl Wrapped with Shadow Grass Camo, two camo swivel seats and much more. Theses boats are exclusive to 3 Rivers Marine so don’t miss out on this opportunity!
◾16′ X 60″ Alumaweld Sport Skiff
◾Yamaha F40 LEHA
◾EZ Loader Single Axel Trailer
◾Special Interior paint Color- Tan Satin
◾18 Gallon Fuel Tank
◾1 Compartment Step Deck
◾Welded on Foredeck Cleat
◾6′ Gun Locker Starboard Side
◾Outfitted With an Avery Quick Set Duck Blind (Shadow Grass)
◾Vinyl Wrap (Shadow Grass)
◾Exclusive to 3 Rivers Marine!
Shimano & Ray Marine Pro-Staff
Learn iron fishing techniques with one of the best on the West Coast.
Shimano & Lowrance Pro-Staff
Trolling and live bait techniques
Raffle prizes, free hot dogs & beverages.
Huge Sales throughout our tackle department!
Please RSVP with email@example.com
For the first time in thirty-two years, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) and tribal fishery managers failed to reach an agreement on this year’s salmon fishing seasons in Puget Sound. Without federal Endangered Species Act (ESA) approval of a joint state-tribal fishery agreement or separate approval of a stand-alone Puget Sound sport fishery plan, there will be a complete closure of all Puget Sound salmon fishing.
We can’t let this happen to a Puget Sound sport fishery that generates over 500,000 angler trips and $100 million in economic value. We must work to restore transparency, fairness, and common sense to our cooperative management practices at the North of Falcon salmon season-setting process. Please click the “Click Here to Take Action” button below to urge your Washington state Congressional delegation, Governor and officials at NOAA Fisheries to take immediate action!
We commend WDFW Director Jim Unsworth and his staff for their extraordinary effort negotiating in good faith, with conservation as their first priority. Despite the serious challenges this year posed by reduced Coho and Chinook abundance, WDFW developed a plan that fell within conservation guidelines, met ESA requirements, and provided meaningful recreational fishing opportunity via Mark-Selective Fishing.
WDFW and treaty tribes met on April 27 and were once again unable to reach a responsible and equitable fishery agreement. Without this agreement, each side must independently request authorization from NOAA for their desired fisheries.
This latest crisis facing our fisheries comes on top of the failure of NOAA Fisheries to provide needed ESA permits to over a hundred salmon and steelhead hatcheries as well as the necessary reviews for the Mitchell Act program that funds one-third of all Columbia River hatchery salmon production. This puts our fisheries at extreme risk of closure due to litigation from anti-hatchery organizations!
The Recreational Fishing Community (anglers and businesses) consisting of the Coastal Conservation Association, Charter Boat Association of Puget Sound, Everett Steelhead & Salmon Club, Fish Northwest, Northwest Marine Trade Association, Northwest Sportfishing Industry Association, Outdoor Line, and Puget Sound Anglers stand together firmly on the need for NOAA Fisheries to take immediate action to approve WDFW’s conservation-focused salmon fishing proposal for Puget Sound. Please contact your elected officials and NOAA Fisheries on behalf of conservation, fairness, and a Puget Sound salmon sport fishing season!
Letter drafted to Governor Inslee, State Senators and Representatives
3 Rivers Marine is partnering with NMTA, NSIA, Fish Northwest, Puget Sound Anglers and others to have our voice heard. Your involvement will help sway the decision making process to help save our Puget Sound summer salmon fishing season! Be a part of the solution and let your voice be heard!
Don’t miss 3 Rivers Marine’s HUGE SPRING SALE!!!
Thursday May 5th thru Saturday May 7th
Our biggest sale of the season will be one you won’t want to miss! We will have tons of great prices on rods, reels, tackle, apparel.
There are too many items to list, but here is a sample of what will be on sale.
All sale prices are limited to stock on hand, first come first serve! Doors open at 9am daily!
Thursday hours: 9am-6pm
Friday hours: 9am-6pm
Saturday hours: 9am-4pm
3 Rivers Marine is hosting our annual NSIA Washington PAC fundraiser Saturday March 12. The Northwest Sportfishing Industry Association works diligently to preserve and expand sport fishing opportunities throughout the Northwest, and our fundraiser specifically raises money that stays in Washington State! Space is limited, so call 3 Rivers to reserve your spot today!
Three Rivers Marine is hosting G Loomis and Shimano Days! Join us this Friday and Saturday for some great deals on gear from the world’s top producer of fishing gear.
We will be offering a G Loomis Rod Trade in Program! Trade in any non-broken, good condition fishing rod (any brand) and get:
$50 off the purchase of a New G Loomis E6X, GL2, GL3 rod
$100 off the purchase of a new G Loomis Salmon Series or IMX rod
(valid September 25-26, 2015 only, values cannot be combined, rods will be donated to local youth fishing organization)
Free PowerPro on any Shimano Reel purchased!
(Limit 1 per person, reel must have MSRP over $100 to qualify)
Meet and greet Shimano & G Loomis reps and pro staff
FREE swag and stickers given away throughout the day
Who ever said there’s no such thing as a free lunch hasn’t met us! Free lunch!
Call for details 425-415-1575
3 Rivers Marine will be hosting a Buoy 10 salmon fishing seminar on July 18 at 10:30am. We will be welcoming Josh Hughes of Lamiglas Rods to share his knowledge on this amazing fishery.