A member of the wolf pack occupying the old Profanity Peak pack area was shot and killed Sunday.
The Coeur d’Alene Tribe’s pike reward program will end Sept. 30.
Grizzly bears aren’t docile animals, but an especially aggressive attack that killed a hunting guide and injured his client is puzzling wildlife officials.
Wyoming officials have trapped and killed two grizzly bears they believe killed a hunting outfitter and injured his client.
This week’s rare closure of most of the Columbia River to salmon fishing is largely the result of a double-whammy of bad weather and bad ocean conditions in 2015.
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State wildlife managers have upgraded a key tool in the fight against invasive species.
A Washington state judge on Friday rejected efforts to temporarily block the killing of wolves that are preying on livestock in Ferry County.
First-time bow hunter Anthony Schoen didn’t know how he’d react when, and if, he ever shot a deer. On Saturday he found out firsthand.
The Evergreen East Mountain Bike Alliance, Spokane Parks and Recreation and REI will be rehabbing burned areas of Spokane’s Beacon Hill on Sept. 29.
An iconic cafe and fishing staging area on the Grande Ronde that burned to the ground last year will reopen this month.
The 15th annual Spokane River cleanup is Saturday.
Blending into the industrial landscape of Spokane’s North Ruby Street is a company producing state of the art camouflage created for hunters by a Navy SEAL. SIXSITE Gear founder Stephen Holley says that after doing missions around the world he came home with an new idea for camouflage in the civilian market and a commitment to build it in the USA.
Alan Liere’s fishing-hunting report for Sept. 13
An osprey perches on a tree near the Little Pend Oreille lakes, Sunday.
State wildlife officials ordered the killing of more wolves, Wednesday.
With dismal numbers of fall Chinook returning to Bonneville Dam, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife will close salmon fishing on much of the Columbia River.
For me, relaxing on the beach in Hawaii is fun ... for about 20 minutes. Then I start to feel antsy. I see Maui’s soaring mountains and I want to go hiking. I see the azure waters of the South Pacific and I want to go paddling.
Frank Ewalt – a Billings City Council member, small businessman, 25-year teacher of hunter education and retired firefighter – has turned his inventive expertise to making a motorized fishing reel for his friend, Larry Rennich, who is paralyzed on his right side and must use a wheelchair.
His muzzle is gray. His joints are sore, and he is undeniably in the twilight of his days. But Cash, our 13-year-old German wire-haired pointer, still has the drive to follow his nose as he crisscrosses open country in search of game birds.
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