No longer are anglers getting the run around at Rocky Ford Creek, a fly-fishing holy water north of Moses Lake. A $185,000 project to install two new foot bridges has restored safe access to the trails on both sides of the trout stream at both the upper and lower ends near Trout Lodge fish hatchery.
The Yakima River has finally settled down into a smooth sustained flow and the trout are beginning to bite. Close by, the Naches River fish are smaller but plentiful, and wade fishing is a pleasant way to pass a hot summer day.
The Packscooter looks like something you’d see a kid riding around the block. But the design belies a transformable conveyance that’s helped two explorers navigate more than 1,000 miles of desert, mountain, and jungle around the world.
Anglers are a victim of their own success at Lake Roosevelt where the reservoir’s first sturgeon fishing season will be closed after opening two months ago, a state fisheries manager said today. The closure, which hasn’t yet been officially announced, is being set for July.
Officials at the Idaho Department of Fish and Game are likely to release a draft of their plan next month, and wolf critics claim the agency is going soft on the animals, while wolf advocates say the state is putting too much pressure on them.
Heavenly display: With a sun activity forecast that spelled a good chance to see the northern lights from Eastern Washington last weekend, Sharon Lindsay and several Spokane photographers headed out for a late-night shot at the heavens. Lindsay captured this image near Davenport around 1 a.m.
Taking kids camping, you know instinctively that you are doing something right for your offspring. You have brought them to this semi-natural place and pitched the tents and created a little world within the bigger world.
A study of Priest Lake water levels and Thorofare navigation will be explained in an open house meeting on Thursday from 2-5 p.m. at the Priest Lake Groomers & Ambulance Building, 4677 Dickensheet Rd., Coolin.
Portions of Spokane’s South Hill bluff trails will be temporarily closed this month as well as this fall during two Avista projects related to rebuilding the 70-year-old transmission line that runs through 2.75 miles of the city-owned parkland between Hangman Creek and High Drive.
The Idaho Judicial Council today wrapped up its interviews with applicants for an opening on the Idaho Supreme Court, interviewing seven hopefuls yesterday and six today. The seven-member council will ...