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  • 4-O Ranch Wildlife Area dedicated

    Guests arriving at the 4-O Ranch Wildlife Area dedication reception in May 2016 reported marking bass and steelhead fishing hot spots along with spotting elk, deer, bighorn sheep, black …

  • Karelian Bear Dogs

    Originating from Scandinavia and formalized as a breed in 1946,

  • Karelian Bear Dogs are known for being calm with humans while being courageous in hunting or dealing with large …

  • 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 …

  • Deer trapping for research

    A deer springs and kicks in an athletic burst captured in the photo above by Dave Ross as volunteers from the Inland Northwest Wildlife Council release the animal. The deer …

  • Shooting at Pheasant Valley Preserve

    Pheasant Valley Preserve in Whitman County became Washington’s first licensed game-bird shooting preserve in 1967. Since then, the Wiedrich family has raised pheasants to release for hunters on …

  • Working Man’s Retriever hunt

    Pro dog trainer Dan Hosford of Medical Lake and cameraman Mickey Hough of Spokane put in a long day of waterfowl hunting and dog training in mid-January 2012 along the …

  • Bird dogs don’t hibernate

    The best bird hunting dogs can’t be shelved for the seven months between hunting seasons. Dan Hoke, bird dog trainer from Dunfur Kennel near Cheney, was in the lonesome Lincoln …

  • Cabela’s



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