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2015/07/31 04:12
2015/07/31 04:12
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By Laurelle Walsh The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) invites community members to participate in a survey of noxious weeds on WDFW wildlife areas affected by the Carlton Complex...
2015/07/31 04:12
2015/07/31 04:12
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2015/07/31 02:46
2015/07/31 02:46
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UNITED STATES ATTORNEY'S OFFICE NEWS RELEASE -- Michael C. Ormsby, United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Washington, announced that Willard Phillip Maldonado and Austin Henry Phillips...
2015/07/30 23:57
2015/07/30 23:57
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SEATTLE — The summer sizzle is becoming all too familiar. To us the water is a coo haven but for what lives beneath the surface it’s another story. The ‘blob’ – thousands of miles of warm water off...
2015/07/30 22:12
2015/07/30 22:12
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With water temperatures in Methow Valley streams and rivers warming to levels that are harmful for fish, local biologists are monitoring conditions to determine if restrictions on fishing may be...
2015/07/29 19:57
2015/07/29 19:57
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Photo courtesy of Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife CHELAN COUNTY — A security camera captured footage of a woman walking a dock late at night, losing her balance, falling into the water and...
2015/07/29 13:44
2015/07/29 13:44
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Water levels on the North Fork of the Lewis River will drop significantly below Merwin Dam starting Friday as officials try to save enough water to support fish spawning this fall. The Lewis River...
2015/07/28 22:46
2015/07/28 22:46
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LAKE WENATCHEE, Wash -- The sockeye fishery at Lake Wenatchee will re-open July 30 for fishing. The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife says at least 30,000 sockeye salmon are expected to...
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2015/07/26 23:44
2015/07/26 23:44
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Every year, a batch of western pond turtles is let loose in secluded locations in the Columbia River Gorge. The release often happens with plenty of fanfare as volunteers, invited youth and media look...
2015/07/24 13:44
2015/07/24 13:44
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A public meeting to discuss salmon management policies for the Kalama and Washougal rivers will begin at 6 p.m. July 30 at the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, 2108 Grand Blvd. State...
2015/07/24 03:29
2015/07/24 03:29
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Thousands of fish at two Spokane County lakes could soon be killed off in an effort to revive the trout fishery. Trout fishing over the years at some Inland Northwest lakes has taken a hit because...
2015/07/23 23:44
2015/07/23 23:44
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ILWACO — Ocean salmon angling remains excellent off the southern Washington and northern Oregon coasts with a catch average of 1.62 fish per trip. The daily bag limit is two salmon, one of which can...
2015/07/23 23:44
2015/07/23 23:44
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OLYMPIA — State fish managers today issued a rule requiring the release of any coho caught in the Columbia River upstream of the Astoria-Megler Bridge for the rest of July. The rule expires on Aug....
2015/07/23 23:12
2015/07/23 23:12
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Photo by Laurelle WalshWDFW is warning that innocent-looking rock dams can strand fish, particularly where river levels are already severely low. Officials who oversee water supplies, agriculture and...
2015/07/23 01:28
2015/07/23 01:28
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Heat wave, low snow pack wreaking havoc on fish hatcheries AUBURN, Wash. -- The recent string of hot days combined with a low snow pack and low stream levels has federal and state biologists taking...
2015/07/21 07:03
2015/07/21 07:03
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EVERETT, Wash. (AP) - Washington's pink salmon run is going to hit drought conditions as fish make their way from salt water to the Puget Sound. The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife expects...
2015/07/18 21:28
2015/07/18 21:28
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OLYMPIA, Wash. -- State officials at the Department of Ecology say there seems to be no end in sight for our historic drought. The dry conditions are causing a lot of problems across the state. "As...
2015/07/17 15:12
2015/07/17 15:12
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Photo courtesy Pacific Biodiversity InstituteVolunteers working with Pacific Biodiversity Institute are conducting field studies to assess the impacts of the Carlton Complex Fire on the landscape and...
2015/07/16 22:44
2015/07/16 22:44
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Spawning-size sturgeon are dying in the Columbia River Gorge reservoirs, prompting Washington and Oregon to close sturgeon angling upstream of Bonneville Dam beginning Saturday. Five dead sturgeon...
2015/07/16 00:44
2015/07/16 00:44
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The boat ramp at Swift Reservoir on the upper North Fork of the Lewis River is dry and likely will stay dewatered for months. Swift Reservoir dropped to 26 feet below full pool last week, stranding...
2015/07/15 01:04
2015/07/15 01:04
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TRI-CITIES, Wash. -- The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife say certain sockeye and summer chinook salmon with floy tags and/or one or more holes punched in the tail must be released. These...
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