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Canoeing Quetico

Canoeists paddle and portage eight days to camp and fish among the 6,000 lakes in the wilderness of Ontario’s Quetico Provincial Park.


Tuna fishing

Saltwater fishing for albacore tuna by charterboat in September out of Westport, Washington.


Kid Fishing Day 2016

More than 800 youths took half-hour shifts to catch trout and go home with a fish dinner and a new fishing rod and reel during Kid Fishing Day at Clear …


Alaska fly-fishing float trip

Bush pilots equipped to land on lakes, rivers or tundra operate out of virtually every airport in Alaska to usher anglers into remote wilderness destinations where river bottoms are obscured …


Kid Fishing Day 2015

More than 700 kids took part in the annual Kids Fishing Day event on May 2, 2015, at Clear Lake sponsored by the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife and …


A snapshot of opening day fishing

The opening day of Washington’s lowland trout fishing season is a timeless tradition for many Inland Northwest families. The fishing action and camaraderie that lures anglers to area lakes on …


Teach a kid to fish…

Nearly 100 volunteers from Spokane-area sportsmen’s groups assemble on the first weekend of May to treat around 900 youngsters to the thrill of fishing during the annual Kids Fishing event …


2013 photos recall outdoor stories

After 35 years as the Outdoors scribe for The Spokesman-Review, it’s still a bit startling to look back at a year of work and see where the stories have led …


Hunter check stations

Hunters can boost the state’s knowledge for managing wildlife by devoting a few minutes after their hunting trips to a quick stop at a highway hunter check station. (See …


Shoulder-season Beartooths trek

The Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness, the “roof top of Montana” bordering the north side of Yellowstone Park, is a mecca for backpackers with a …


Seven Devils Loop hike

The Seven Devils Mountains are the lake-studded pinnacle of the Hells Canyon Wilderness rising above the Snake River to the west and the Salmon River near Riggins, Idaho, on the …


A boy’s first fish

After considerable effort and a few near misses at Williams Lake, Quinn Connacher, 6, of Spokane caught his first fish. Once the trout was netted, the boy got a huge …


Project Healing Waters-Fly Fishing

The sport of fly fishing — tying flies, learning to cast and venturing to rivers in pursuit of fish — is proving to be ideal therapy for disabled veterans working …


Lake Pend Oreille’s kokanee comeback

A once-popular Lake Pend Oreille angling season is making a comeback in 2013 after a multi-million-dollar decade of controversial efforts to revive fabled kokanee and trout fisheries from the …


Footloose on the St. Joe

Starting on the Bitterroot Divide on the Montana-Idaho border, Outdoors editor Rich Landers and David Moershel of Spokane hike to the source of the St. Joe River in the heart …


Paddling the Pend Oreille River

Spokane Canoe & Kayak Club members learned about wildlife, habitat restoration and Native American heritage as they paddled the Pend Oreille River with representatives from the Kalispel Tribe and Pend …


Fishing season opens

Anglers — some lured by family tradition — were out in force today for the opening of Washington’s lowland lake fishing season. Outdoors editor Rich Landers brought back this keeper …


Steelheading upstream

Each fall, steelhead that have swam upstream from the ocean around 500 miles reach the Riggins area of the Salmon River on their way to spawning areas. Outdoors editor Rich …


Down Montana’s Smith River

Boaters who beat the 7-to-1 odds for drawing a permit the float central Montana’s Smith River are treated to four or five days of scenic floating and camping in a …


Catching steelhead fever

With a record run of more than 315,000 steelhead running from the ocean into the Snake River and over Lower Granite Dam, savvy anglers are dropping other obligations to get …