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WDFW shooting restrictions in place for Wenas Wildlife Area

UPDATED: Wed., June 13, 2018, 4:02 p.m.

Scott Sutter hits a clay target while skeet shooting on Saturday, Dec. 30 2017. The Bureau of Land Management has banned target shooting in Eastern Washington due to high-fire danger, according to a news release. (Eli Francovich / The Spokesman-Review)
Scott Sutter hits a clay target while skeet shooting on Saturday, Dec. 30 2017. The Bureau of Land Management has banned target shooting in Eastern Washington due to high-fire danger, according to a news release. (Eli Francovich / The Spokesman-Review)

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife’s annual shooting restrictions went into effect June 6 for the Wenas Wildlife Area south of Ellensburg, Wash.

Through September, target shooting is permitted from sunrise until 10 a.m. each day when temperatures are cooler and humidity is high, according to a WDFW news release.

Those restrictions apply to all 105,000 acres of the Wenas Wildlife Area managed by the department.


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