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Public Meeting on Cowlitz River Fisheries, May 29, Centralia

Fish separator, Cowlitz River Salmon Hatchery.

WDFW and Tacoma Power are hosting a public meeting regarding Cowlitz River fisheries and hatchery programs May 29 in Centralia. If you don’t attend the meeting, you’ve lost your right to complain about what WDFW and Tacoma Power are doing to our fish, in my opinion. The meeting is scheduled from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. at Centralia College in Washington ... Read More »

Comment on Proposed Hunting Rule Changes


You have until Feb. 15 to comment on 17 different hunting rule change proposals offered up by the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW). The proposed rule changes are posted on WDFW’s website. A few of the proposals that may be of interest to ADNews readers include: Expanding spring black bear hunting opportunities in the northern Puget Sound area to ... Read More »

WDFW’s Stacie Kelsey: Studying Our Lakes & Streams

Stacie Kelsey, WDFW

Kelsey’s Office on SW Washington’s Inland Waters Stacie Kelsey has been working for the WDFW since 1992 in a job that is as varied as the terrain she covers. As a Scientific Technician for the Region 5 Inland Fish Program, Kelsey’s territory is comprised of all six counties in SW Washington, from Rock Creek in Klickitat County to Mineral Lake ... Read More »

WDFW Seeks Public Opinion; Antler Auction; Local Honored as Volunteer

Chinook salmon, Barrier Dam, Cowlitz River, Sept. 2011

Is WDFW really wanting to hear public opinion on the state of recreational sportfishing and our ideas for proposed changes to the rules? They say they do, but— “Only those proposals that are necessary for resource conservation or provide a significant recreational benefit should be submitted, due to a moratorium issued by the Governor’s office on non-critical rule making.” —will be ... Read More »

Renew Fishing License; Multi-Season Permits Deadline; Plan for Clams

Jim Vann, Salkum. Cowlitz River, Blue Creek, Steelhead.

Get your 2012-2013 fishing license today Your fishing license will expires at the end of the day today (March 31, 2012), it’s time to renew. It’s going to cost you big $$$ if you get everything at once. An Annual Combination License (freshwater/saltwater/shellfish, vehicle use permit) + Razor Clam + Salmon/Steelhead + Two-Pole = $85.80. Licenses and permits are avaiIable ... Read More »

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