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  • Guidebook packed with information

    Fishing Washington ($23, moon.com), an staggering compilation of fishing information for virtually all significant fishing waters, was released in a revised seventh edition last year. Terry Rudnick, who’s been fishing …

  • Fly fishers relish various flows on cutthroat streams

    Near average snowpack reports indicate Inland Northwest trout streams this season should settle into the sweet spot between prolonged runoff and low flows dangerous to trout survival. “It should be …

  • Don’t forget boat rules

    An angler’s boat needs even more attention than his tackle box in preparation for opening day. Boats that don’t meet basic requirements are subject to a fine, which would taint …

  • Blast and cast all in a day

    A spring cast-and-blast trip might spell the ultimate weekend for the all-around sportsman, combining wild turkey hunting with the best time of year to catch trout in the region’s lakes. …

  • Opener could be big day

    Dozens of Eastern Washington lakes managed for trout will open to fishing on April 27, and one of the standouts will be a Spokane County lake that was totally fishless …

  • Bluegills arrive at Sprague Lake

    Sprague Lake is in a transition this year as it’s weaned from a lunker trout fishery and emerging as a hot spot for bass and panfish. Bluegills that were in …

  • 2013 is year of the kokanee for area anglers

    Region-wide forecasts suggest 2013 will be “the year of the kokanee” in the Inland Northwest. Dworshak Reservoir in Idaho and Lake Koocanusa in Montana are providing their best fishing in …

  • Anglers beware: New rules start May 1

    The Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission has adopted dozens of new fishing rules that take effect May 1. Those affecting local anglers will: • Open most resident trout streams to …

  • Northeastern trout lakes have nice variety

    Northeastern Washington trout lakes have something for everyone, especially this year. Here are the headliners for 2013, according to Bill Baker, Washington Fish and Wildlife Department fisheries biologist

  • Walleye limits increase to help bring balance

    Anglers can pretty much catch Lake Roosevelt walleyes to their heart’s content this year under liberalized regulations designed to bring their populations into balance. Since April 1, the walleye daily …

  • Landers: Efforts underway to remove northern pike

    Gillnets have removed about 4,000 northern pike from the Box Canyon Reservoir portion of the Pend Oreille River in the second season of efforts to suppress the non-native species and …



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