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  • Gust-filled first day lures only the hearty

    Young Christopher Salinas enrolled in the short course of becoming a fisherman Saturday at Fishtrap Lake. The lessons nearly wore out his uncle, Ted Urban, of Spokane, as they joined …


  • Chinook news good

    Spring chinook salmon have started their run up the Columbia and Snake river systems in what could be the biggest numbers since 1938. Or maybe not quite that big.


  • Dworshak new hot spot

    Dworshak Reservoir is emerging as a top destination for kokanee anglers this year. More than a million fish are in the current two-year-old year class targeted by anglers – that’s …


  • Rule changes aplenty

    The 2010-2011 Washington Sport Fishing Rules pamphlet will list numerous modifications to seasons or regulations, most of which take effect May 1. Changes affecting Inland Northwest anglers include:


  • Selective lakes popular

    Lenice Lake in Grant County has been a star attraction among Washington’s quality waters this year. Listed in Washington’s fishing regulations pamphlet as “selective fisheries,” these waters are prized by …


  • Hook a kid on fish

    Most adults find that helping a kid catch a fish is more satisfying that fishing on their own. Following are 10 time-proven tips to make the magic happen. 1


  • Great pickings for bass fishermen

    Most Inland Northwest lakes, big and small, hold bass, but some waters provide outstanding late-spring and summer fisheries for largemouth and/or smallmouth. Among them. Banks and Moses Lakes as well …


  • Once again, Spokane-area lakes offer high success rates

    Many families have made traditions of venturing to Spokane region lakes that open to fishing on the last Saturday of April. About 20 lakes in Spokane County are stocked with …


  • Sprague’s west end restricted

    Anglers will have new rules to observe after May 1 as they pursue the still-developing fishery at Sprague Lake. Surviving rainbow trout stocked after the 2007 lake rehabilitation have grown …


  • Streams offer reason to stay close to home

    Eastern Washington has numerous stream-fishing experiences to try. Among them: The Spokane River has a good rainbow trout fishery in certain stretches. Some of the best trout fishing is in …


  • Idaho rivers healthy

    Although there’s a threat of low summer flows and fish stress owing to a dismal snowpack, the cutthroat fisheries in the Coeur d’Alene and St. Joe rivers are going into …


  • Northern lakes sans ice

    For the first time in three years, ice was NOT clogging most of the trout fishing lakes in Stevens, Ferry and Pend Oreille counties in early April. Water temperatures are …


  • Coffeepot can satisfy all anglers

    Coffeepot Lake west of Harrington has a well-deserved reputation for producing big rainbow trout for anglers casting lures and flies. The scablands lake has several different twists for a “selective …


  • Opening dates primer

    Idaho and Washington have numerous fishing seasons geared to different waters and fisheries — too many to even summarize here. Always check current regulations for specific waters before going fishing. …


  • Plentiful panfish offer sport, taste

    Panfish are a prize even though they might not match bass and pike for size. Perch, crappie and bluegills are fun for kids to catch, adults too, and delicious on …


  • In brief: Fishing derbies

    Upcoming trout/salmon fishing derbies include: •Red Covey Memorial Spring Salmon Derby on Lake Coeur d’Alene, April 17-18.

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