Health officials in Oregon and Washington say people should protect themselves against mercury and PCB contamination by limiting consumption of certain fish species that live between Bonneville and McNary Dams. The advisory issued Monday applies to fish that live year-round between the two dams, including bass, bluegill, yellow perch, crappie, walleye, carp, catfish, suckers, and sturgeon. It does not apply to migratory fish like salmon and steelhead. The Oregon Health Authority and the Washington Department of Health recommend eating no more than one meal per week of those resident fish species, and not eating any fish taken between Bonneville Dam and Ruckel Creek one mile upstream. Officials say they are unsure how long the advisory will last. In response to the warning, leaders of the Columbia River Inter-tribal Fish Commission asked Washington and Idaho governors to update their water quality standards and fish consumption rates to those in place in Oregon.