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State Keeps Hunter Orange Rule

Washington’s “hunter orange” requirement will not be repealed by the state Fish and Wildlife Commission, even though a Grays Harbor County judge ruled the commission had no authority to impose …


St. Joe Remains Local Favorite

Idaho’s upper St. Joe River, one of the most scenic and productive cutthroat streams in the Northwest, has been the subject of numerous magazine articles and a few TV shows …


Limits To Go Off Several Area Lakes Saturday

The Washington Fish and Wildlife Department will have an all-you-can-catch clearance sale at eight Eastern Washington trout lakes beginning Saturday. Scheduled for rehabilitation this fall are Badger and Williams in …


Walle Quickly Becoming A Most Cherished Game Fish

This is the year of the walleye in Eastern Washington. The fish that only transplanted midwest fishermen could identify 40 years ago is now one of the top game fish …


Bird Watchers Convene

Hold your fire! Those aren’t government spies infiltrating the countryside with binoculars to their eyes this week. They’re birders convening in Spokane for the Western Field Ornithologist annual meeting, Thursday …


Survey Finds More Trout In The Mo

Electro-shocking surveys on the Missouri River below Holter Dam indicate both rainbow and brown trout are doing well, said a Montana fisheries biologist. Last fall, biologists surveyed a 5.6-mile stretch …


Hoard Of Fly Fishermen Expected To Descend On Chopaka For Weekend

For several years, many of the Northwest’s fly fishers have been saying Chopaka Lake, a mountain jewel tucked between two mountains 15 miles northwest of Loomis, is the best fly …


Grampa Gets To Pass On His Fly Tying Knowledge

When one of my three granddaughters, after watching me tie several chironomid pupa patterns, asked, “Grampa, will you teach us to tie flies?” I was amazed and delighted. Amazed because …