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  • Idaho officials seek to allow wolf baiting in Panhandle

    Hunters in the Idaho Panhandle would be allowed to bait wolves under a proposal being discussed by state officials. Idaho Fish and Game officials want more hunters to take a …


  • Field reports: Program helps you know your GoPro

    PHOTOGRAPHY – A free clinic on using a GoPro camera to capture outdoor adventure action is being offered by REI at 7 p.m. on Thursday. The program will focus on …


  • Hunting and fishing

    Fly fishing The lower Spokane River has good color and willing fish – an excellent winter fishery close to home. Pat’s Rubber Legs and San Juan Worms have been working …


  • Hunters need financial plan to cover expenses

    The worst thing about the end of hunting season is that it marks the beginning of tax season. It’s the time of reckoning, especially for sportsmen as we gather receipts …


  • Hunting and fishing

    Fly fishing The upcoming week should provide good fishing on the Spokane River. Streamer fishing with Lead Eye Leeches or big Bird Buggers in slow water should bring strikes.


  • Landers: Dishman Hills Conservancy gets job done

    Nearly all presidents are underpaid, unappreciated and overworked servants to their job. We’re talking about presidents of the local organizations: the men and women who stepped up often because nobody …


  • Local volunteer leaders make world go around

    Virtually all presidents are underpaid, unappreciated and overworked servants to their job. We’re talking about presidents of the local organizations: the men and women who stepped up often because nobody …


  • RVs kick off outdoor show season

    The boat, RV and sportsmen’s show season is underway, giving outdoor enthusiasts a chance to see the latest products from manufacturers and make deals. Some of the shows feature seminars …


  • Allure of the hunt a moving target

    Why do you hunt or fish? How about your friend – what’s her reason? Is it for the meat, the recreation, or maybe it’s a way to connect with family …


  • 2013 outdoors: land acquired for conservation

    Wildlife and public access to wild lands in Washington got a boost in 2013 from a variety of private, local and state land acquisitions for conservation and wildlife values. The …


  • Field reports: Farmers raise fees, aid wolf control

    PREDATORS – Idaho Farm Bureau Federation members have passed a proposal to raise the state brand renewal fee by $25 to increase funding for wolf-control efforts by Idaho Wildlife Services. …


  • 2013: Year reviewed from outdoors perspective

    A record-smashing run of fall chinook salmon to the Columbia River helped balance the mood for 2013 with the pall of gridlock that stretched into the outdoors from the halls …


  • 2013 outdoors: Wolf issues

    The gray wolf, reintroduced to the Rockies in the mid-1990s, continued to leave its mark across the Northwest in 2013 and into the legislatures. Here are some highlights. • Idaho …


  • Outdoor writing contest high school winners announced

    A story by Henry Gregson, a sophomore at Moscow High School, has been judged the best of 131 entries to win The Spokesman-Review’s 2013 Outdoor Writing Contest for high school …


  • Outdoor writing winner: Rapid Recovery

    People say that life flashes before your eyes before you die. Those people are liars. All I could think about was the pain I was in, or that one gulp …


  • Outdoor writing runner-up: Hot Springs

    As indicated by the pristine images of waterfalls and mountain ranges thrown into my health class’ STD PowerPoint, nature is beautiful and provides a pleasant break. But much like the …


  • Outdoor writing runner-up: Bye Best Friend

    I’m so tired. My bones ache. I can’t see well. My nose is dry. My whole body hurts. I started to feel sick months ago. It’s just gotten worse over …


  • Outdoor writing runner-up: Frozen in Time

    A quiet, coarse voice and a hand on my shoulder brought me out of a daydream. “Kyle… Kyle! Have you been listening to me? This is important. We’ll never get …


  • Idaho hunter organizing two-day wolf derby

    BOISE – An Idaho outfitter is organizing a post-Christmas contest where two-person teams of hunters will be awarded $2,000 in cash prizes and trophies for shooting wolves and coyotes, angering …


  • Hunting and fishing

    Fly fishing Fly fishermen are finding Rock Lake browns and rainbows close to the surface and near the shorelines. Olive and brown Woolly Buggers and Seal Buggers are effective.


  • Hunting and fishing

    Fly fishing Even die-hard fly fishermen are having difficulty getting excited about fly-fishing prospects, what with frigid water, frozen guides and ice flows on their favorite rivers. Things will improve, …


  • Landers: Huge whitetail tested bowhunter’s mettle

    A model sportsman is distinguished on the odd day when something goes wrong and he must make it right. The Internet was buzzing in whitetail circles last week as a …


  • Landers: Internet abuzz over huge whitetail

    A model sportsman is distinguished on the odd day when something goes wrong and he must make it right. The Internet was buzzing in whitetail circles last week as a …


  • Landers: Plenty of hunters still need to report

    Fines and incentives have boosted hunter compliance with mandatory reporting programs to help states manage game populations, but a good share of hunters still don’t voluntarily help the cause. It’s …


  • Radio transmitter helps archers find game

    The November night in 2009 was probably the low point in Dennis Steinman’s 30-plus years of bowhunting. That morning, he’d shot the buck of a lifetime in Kansas. Although he …


  • Hunt for elk proves more challenging

    NEAR ST. MARIES – Calob Wilson sat on the tailgate of his dad’s pickup, dandling a rack of antlers on his knees. It was the opening weekend of rifle season, …


  • Fall seasons give hunters one last shot at wild turkey dinner

    Hunters bent on having an ultratraditional feast still have time – and a season – to bag a wild turkey for Thanksgiving. General turkey seasons re-opened this week in Washington …


  • Ladies earn national top dog field trial title

    This weekend they’re out for fun, hunting quail and chukars near Ellensburg. Last month they were all business in the Midwest, hunting for a top-dog title among the country’s best …


  • Hunting and fishing

    Fly fishing The Big Spokane is an excellent option for rainbow in the cold weather as the water temperatures remain fairly stable. Streamer fishing has been good, but there has …


  • Teenager dies in Pend Oreille County shooting

    A 16-year-old boy died of a gunshot wound in rural Pend Oreille County on Friday.