“All in all, we had a great time and have re-energized the folks up there, so I think we’ll have more banquets in the future there and continue raising money to put on the ground in the Methow Valley.”
If December is on the horizon, get ready for our 5th Annual Real Women of Northwest Fishing feature! We gathered some great pics and stories for our tribute to the fairer sex of Washington, Oregon and Idaho anglers. And this one’s our biggest feature yet, with stories and pics from 47 fishing-obsessed women and girls!! […]
If you’ve been following this blog, you know we’ve been chronicling this year’s epic salmon returns up the Columbia.
Seriously, WTH is this emerging from the water and oozing off into the woods????!!
Nearly 840 perch turned up in a net survey earlier this year, up from just three in 2012, the first year the nonnative fish turned up. Their size, from 5 to 11 inches, indicates that several year-classes are now in the lake.
On November 23, 2014, at approximately 11:00 PM, the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office responded to a call of shots being fired near the location.
“Catching a fish this size was pretty exhausting,” he said. “We didn’t know what we hooked until we got it on the boat.”
What is interesting is that they also gave elk hunters GPSs, turned them loose into silverback country and found that sometimes the paths of collared bears and sportsmen were very close together.
1) The case of a wolf shooting on the Palouse last month is now in the hands of the local prosecutor. WDFW Sgt. Paul Mosman says he and another officer turned over their case files to Whitman County’s Denis Tracy this morning, and are recommending that the farmer who allegedly shot the animal in mid-October […]
Based on telemetry from its collar, it’s believed that it was shot on Oct. 17.
It’s a cold blue-sky morning somewhere in North-central Washington late this past January.