Welcome to CCA Oregon | Resource-First, Science-Based Advocates


CCA Oregon is an advocacy group for salmon, steelhead and other Northwest marine fish species.  Our Job is to give a voice to this precious resource that cannot defend itself against harm.  Since 2007 CCA Oregon has developed into the most effective and far reaching fish advocacy organization in our state's history.

We are not just another fishing club.

We employ professional staff (lobbyist, executive director, regional fisheries director) that carry out our work while we are at our jobs.  The model of "Member Driven" issues executed by our volunteers and professional staff has shown to work here, as it has for 40 years in 18 other coastal states.  The objective of CCA is to conserve, promote and enhance the present and future availability of these marine resources for the benefit and enjoyment of the public.  CCA Oregon draws its strength from the grassroots support of thousands of state recreational anglers who make up it's membership.

Together we work at the state and national levels to represent the interests of the sports fisherman.  Local chapters and their members identify issues affecting fisheries in their areas.  CCA Oregon works to develop and maintain ample sports fishing opportunities by ensuring that our fisheries are abundant and robust.

We are politically engaged and driving vital changes in policies that will positively affect our fisheries for years to come.  By being involved in policy making, working with policy makers, and changing laws in the legislature that are vital to sustainable fisheries, CCA Oregon is fighting for your rights.   The CCA model gets results.  We have more CCA members serving on advisory committees and rulemaking boards around the state than any other group.  Our members are shaping fishery policy every day.  You can help our fisheries by joining CCA and getting engaged with your local chapter.

CCA Oregon's noteworthy accomplishments:

  • Leading organization that is driving the ban of destructive gillnetting on the mainstem lower Columbia River.
  • Established selective recreational angling as the management priority for the lower Columbia River.
  • Maintaining hatchery fish for harvest.
  • Addressing and educating the public on predation issues that include Sea Lion and Cormorants.
  • Protected the nearshore ocean fisheries from sweeping arbitrary closures.
  • Supporting local marine law enforcement
  • Initiated scientific studies e.g. hatchery impacts on wild stocks


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Betrayal!!! ODFW Approves First Gillnet Fishery for Spring Chinook Since 2016 – Push Back Now!!!!

ODFW and WDFW have announced plans for a lower Columbia River mainstem spring Chinook gillnet fishery – for the first time since 2016. The decision is yet another step in the alarming effort to dismantle the bi-state Columbia River fishery reforms and restore year-round gillnetting to the mainstem lower Columbia – even as many salmon and steelhead returns are precariously low. The decision flies in the face of commitments ODFW made when the $9.75 Columbia River Salmon and Steelhead Endorsement was enacted in 2013:

CCA Oregon Protecting and Enhancing our Hatcheries is a Key Priority.

CCA Oregon has made protecting and enhancing our hatcheries a key priority.  In the Pacific Northwest, our salmon fisheries depend on hatcheries to mitigate for habitat loss and provide fish for harvest. Unfortunately, these hatcheries are often threatened by a lack of funding and attacks from anti-hatchery activist groups.  In Oregon, we’re taking both threats head on.

Leaburg Hatchery Funding Update

We have an encouraging update in the effort to save the Leaburg Hatchery from closure.  As you recall, the final budget reconciliation bill (HB 5050) provides $1.35M for ODFW to operate Leaburg for the next two years.   Thousands of CCA members, anglers, and other citizens sent emails, made phone calls, testified and met with legislators in support of securing this funding for Leaburg.