Archive for Outdoor News

Fall chinook fishery to open on Snake River; steelhead rules set to change on Tucannon

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From:: WDFW Outdoor News

Fall chinook season opens early in Priest Rapids Pool

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From:: WDFW Sportfishing Rules Updates

Lake Wenatchee sockeye fishery season to close end of Labor Day

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From:: WDFW Sportfishing Rules Updates

WDFW seeks comments, schedules meetings on proposed Columbia River Basin fishing rules

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From:: WDFW Outdoor News

Hatchery steelhead daily limit to increase on the lower Cowlitz River

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From:: WDFW Sportfishing Rules Updates

WDFW adopts new tactics to stop wolves from preying on flock of sheep

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From:: WDFW Outdoor News

Ranger-Guided Elwha River Walks to Begin on Former Lake Aldwell

Beginning Tuesday, August 19, Olympic National Park rangers will lead guided interpretive walks along the Elwha River where Lake Aldwell once existed. This free program will be offered on Tuesdays and Sundays at 10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. through September 2. http://www.nps.gov/olym/parknews/ranger-guided-elwha-river-walks-to-begin-on-former-lake-aldwell-2014.htm …read more

From:: Olympic National Park

National Park Service Awards Contract for Temporary Relocation of the Enchanted Valley Chalet; Relocation will Protect Quinault River

A contract to temporarily relocate the Enchanted Valley Chalet was awarded yesterday to Monroe House Moving, Inc. of Sequim, Washington. http://www.nps.gov/olym/parknews/national-park-service-awards-contract-for-temporary-relocation-of-the-enchanted-valley-chalet.htm …read more

From:: Olympic National Park

Angler shatters tiger muskie record; two sculpin state records also fall

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From:: WDFW Outdoor News

New Puget Sound smelt fishing regulations now in effect

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From:: WDFW Outdoor News