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  • Jim Kershner’s this day in history

    From our archives, 100 years ago Frank Wineland was hunting near Thompson Falls when he saw a bear in the brush. He opened fire.


  • Hunters should stay aware of regulations on bear

    It’s been 19 years since a voter- approved initiative eliminated baiting and use of hounds to hunt bears in Washington. Since then, most of the hunting of bears has been …


  • Collared bears help create trail of insight

    The Inland Northwest is prime bear country – not only for the black bears targeted by hunters, but also for grizzlies, which are a federally protected species. Hunters must study …


  • Landers: Buyers beware when booking for big-game hunt

    A Spokane-area man is providing a classic example of why sportsmen should do their homework before paying an outfitter big bucks for a big-game hunt. Sean Siegel said he’s been …


  • Landers: Check outfitters before trying one on

    A Spokane-area man is providing a classic example of why sportsmen should do their homework before paying an outfitter big bucks for a big-game hunt.


  • Some hunters excluded at 4-O Ranch wildlfie area

    An Asotin County ranch purchased by the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife last winter is open to public walk-in access this year with the exception of some big-game hunters. …


  • Photos incriminate hunter in bear baiting case

    A Pierce County man built a picture-perfect case – against himself and others – to help prosecutors file charges on more than 40 counts involving baiting and killing black bears …


  • Landers: Results of outdoors surveys revealed

    While an aerial survey has just detailed where northern ducks are congregating in the Columbia Basin, wildlife managers in Olympia are using a different type of survey to help guide …


  • Website tests bear ID skills

    Black bear hunters can test their bear species identification skills through a new interactive program on the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife website, wdfw.wa.gov. The site includes information on …


  • Grizzly chases Idaho hunters with dogs

    Three eastern Idaho bear hunters got an unpleasant surprise Sunday morning when their hounds surrounded a female grizzly with cubs.

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