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Top recent outdoors stories from The Spokesman-Review

At Lake Roosevelt, more kokanee should remain in the reservoir this year. (Rich Landers)
At Lake Roosevelt, more kokanee should remain in the reservoir this year. (Rich Landers)

Following are some of the top recent regional outdoors stories in The Spokesman-Review:

2013 is 'year of the kokanee' for Inland NW anglers

Paddlers plead for river access in Convention Center expansion design

Palouse landowner honored for planting fields with wildlife in mind

Woman rescued from Cascades avalanche dies; man still missing

The Gear Junkie: Guides and multitools you can pack on a plane

Field Reports: Wolf levels high despite 2013 kills

  • Reserve hunting spot on new online site

  • Earth Day cleanup set at Dishman Hills

  • Hatchery proposed at Walla Walla

  • Forest rule changed on project protests

Out & About: North Idaho fly fishers cast for students

  • Raise pheasant chicks

  • Glacier Park distance hiker speaking in Spokane

  • Fly fishing film festival in Sandpoint

  • Bamboo rod and walking stick built for Parkinson's effort

  • Anglers aid in Casting for Recover cancer effort

Officers seize 242 trout at Lake Lenore, arrest suspected poachers

Weekly Hunting-Fishing Report for the Inland Northwest

County conservation fund wants to buy Mica Peak, Williams Lake sites

Efforts underway to remove northern pike




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Rich Landers

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Rich Landers writes and photographs stories for a wide range of outdoors coverage, including a Sunday feature section and a Thursday column. He also writes the Outdoors Blog.


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