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‘Shoot’ remark was unnerving

Tucson isn’t that far from Spokane. News that a shooter killed six people and gravely wounded an Arizona congresswoman last Saturday surely must have filtered into every nook and cranny …

Sportsmen offer suggestions for mitigating budget woes

Sportsmen are important in ways that elude much of society, but not the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife director. Hunters and anglers boost city and rural economies. They champion …

2010 Outstanding in their field

Andrew Graham is goose-calling ace, Alexander Martin canoes across the USA, Kim Thorburn is named Fish & Wildlife volunteer of the year…

Outstanding in their field

Andrew Graham, 15, a freshman at Cheney High School, traveled to Easton, Md., in November and stepped onto the elite stage of waterfowl communication. He honked away most of the …

Sultan of Shot falls prey in gunner grudge match

In the 18 years since Winterhawk Ranch Sporting Clays has been in business near Nine Mile Falls, Wash., only one shotgunner has fired a perfect 100-target round. Dan Hoke has …

Field reports: First elk hunt set at Turnbull

HUNTING – For the first time, big-game hunting is scheduled to occur on Turnbull National Wildlife Refuge this fall. Hunters can apply for one bull elk permit and 48 antlerless …

Field reports: Wallowa anglers net record kokanee

FISHING – Northeastern Oregon’s Wallowa Lake is producing state-record kokanee of saltwater proportions. Wan Teece of Enterprise, Ore., caught a 26.25-inch long kokanee weighing 8.23 pounds on March 24.

Trapshoot results: Week 8

The Spokesman-Review Trapshoot - Week 8

Trapshoot results: Week 7

The Spokesman-Review Trapshoot - Week Seven

Trapshoot results: Week 6

The Spokesman-Review Trapshoot - Week Six

Trapshoot results: Week 5

The Spokesman-Review Trapshoot - Week Five

Trapshoot results: Week 4

The Spokesman-Review Trapshoot, Week 4

Trapshoot results: Week 3

The Spokesman-Review Trapshoot - Week Three

Out & About

This ‘Souper’ Bowl for women only

Trapshoot results: Week 2

The Spokesman-Review Trapshoot - Week Two

Long-range hunting gives readers short fuses

Some people are better shooters than others often by a combination of natural talent and hours of practice. I don’t languish much over missing a bird with my shotgun because …

Winter trapshoot enters 92nd season

An old joke suggests “The family that shoots together, stays together – because nobody’s brave enough to turn and run away.” But you could put the joke away last Sunday …

Trapshoot results: Week 1

The Spokesman-Review Trapshoot – Week One

Guns of winter take aim in annual trapshoot

Dozens of teams from around the Inland Northwest fired at clay targets today at their own clubs in towns large and small to begin The Spokesman-Review Trapshoot.

Out & About

Beginner’s luck: clinics teach skills OUTDO – Experts in three popular Inland Northwest outdoor activities have scheduled special clinics to introduce newcomers to life-long sports. Check them out:

Meet the Airow maker

Devon Romney, 40, is neither an avid archer nor an ardent paintball gamer. But the Spokane Valley machinist’s ingenuity is giving enthusiasts from both sports a new archery tool to …


Developed by a Spokane Valley machinist, the devise is a bow without arrows and a blowgun that requires no huffing and puffing, yet it shoots just fine. Archers aiming to …

Guns of winter

Comparisons will be made today between this season and the winter of 1968-69 as shotgunners gather to begin The Spokesman-Review Trapshoot. The shoot has been a winter tradition since 1916, …

Spokane Shooters Show Talent

Three Spokane shooters were double medalists in a National Rifle Association-sanctioned pistol shoot two weeks ago at the Coeur d’Alene Rifle and Pistol Club. Pat Kelly won the gold in …