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  • 2014 outdoors: fishing

    Columbia River salmon runs continued a soaring trend in 2014. This year’s sockeye run is the largest since fish-counting began at Bonneville Dam in 1938.


  • History awaits anglers

    Some anglers already have proven this year that record-size fish continue to ply the region’s waters. Sometimes blind luck plays a role in catching a state-record fish. But in many …


  • Criticism of record walleye misguided

    Most people who’ve seen the photo in Wednesday’s paper of John Grubenhoff holding the Washington-record 20.32-pound walleye he caught in the Columbia River are amazed and congratulatory. But a surprisingly …


  • Landers: Record walleye draws unfair scrutiny

    Most people who’ve seen the photo in Wednesday’s paper of John Grubenhoff holding the Washington record 20.32-pound walleye he caught in the Columbia River are amazed and congratulatory. But a …


  • Record 20.32-pound walleye caught by Pasco man on Columbia River

    A walleye weighing 20.32 pounds caught in the Columbia River on Friday is a pending Washington record. John Grubenhoff, 57, of Pasco was fishing in the McNary Pool near the …


  • Out & About: Spokane native lands state-record mackinaw

    OUTFISH – A 35-pound, 10-ounce state-record lake trout was caught Monday in Lake Chelan by Phil Colyar of Wenatchee. Washington Fish and Wildlife biologists measured the fish, which was officially …


  • 2010 was the year of the lunker for anglers

    Big runs of salmon and steelhead moved upstream to delight Inland Northwest anglers again in 2010, but other big fish stories stood out, including a world-record kokanee, record surges of …


  • Two fish records set on one day

    Serious North Idaho anglers may want to study the alignment of the stars and the weather patterns for the morning of Aug. 6 to see if it’s more than a …


  • Wallowa kokanee no shrimp

    North Idaho anglers have to be scratching their heads over the unofficial world-record 9.67-pound kokanee caught in northeastern Oregon’s Wallowa Lake on Sunday. This fish, the latest in a series …


  • Montana record tiger musky caught

    A four-year-old state record for tiger muskies was eclipsed by more than two pounds last weekend.


  • Angler’s record pike didn’t require superior tackle

    Northern pike are vermin to Montana’s formerly pristine trout waters. But even native-minded coldwater fish biologists warmed to news of a fledgling fly fisherman who landed a record pike on …


  • Wallowa Lake produces record kokanee

    A lake near enterprise is producing kokanee — land-locked sockeye salmon — big enough to be prizes even for saltwater fishermen.

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