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Washington anglers need new licenses April 1

Quinn Connacher, 6, of Spokane celebrates catching his first trout while fishing off the dock at Bunker's Resort on Williams Lake with his stepfather, Andy Benson. They were fishing on April 28, 2013, the opening day of Washington's lowland trout fishing season. (Rich Landers)
Quinn Connacher, 6, of Spokane celebrates catching his first trout while fishing off the dock at Bunker's Resort on Williams Lake with his stepfather, Andy Benson. They were fishing on April 28, 2013, the opening day of Washington's lowland trout fishing season. (Rich Landers)

FISHING —   $29.50.

If that number doesn't jingle a bell, maybe you haven't renewed your 2014-15 Washington resident season fishing license.

Your 2013-14 license will expire on April 1.  Get a new one here or from a license dealers or your favorite fishing retailer.

Idaho's new license year began Jan. 1

Montana's new license year began Feb. 1.




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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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