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Commission to set Washington hunting rules April 13-14

HUNTING — The Washington Fish and Wildlife commission will vote on about a dozen proposals involving significant changes in hunting regulations for the 2012-2014 seasons when it meets April 13-14 in Olympia.

Fish and Wildlife Department game managers gave the panel detailed presentations on the proposals during the commission meeting earlier this month in Moses Lake.

Audio files posted on the commission's website allow you to listen to those presentations as well as the public comment on the agenda topics.

Click here to see the revised proposals the commission will be considering next month.




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