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Summer wildfires will have effect on hunters

Wildfires burned more than 250,000 acres this summer in north-central Washington – the largest fire area recorded in the state – changing the landscape for hunters. Big-game animals displaced by fires are likely to move into unburned areas of Okanogan County, district wildlife biologist Scott …

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Spots available for youth waterfowl hunts

A few slots are available in youth waterfowl hunting opportunities for 10- to 15-year old licensed hunters, including a preseason shooting clinic set for Saturday. The hunts are planned for Sept. 27, the opening day of the annual youth-only waterfowl season. They’re sponsored by the …

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The curtain has opened on the last act in the Columbia River system’s “Year of the Salmon.” The performance began with good returns of spring chinook followed by this summer’s post-dams record returns of sockeye and a great showing of coho. Now the big stars …


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