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Tuesday, January 22, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Spawning education at Spokane Fish Hatchery

Fishing-season openers in March and April are highly anticipated dates for Eastern Washington anglers. But the most important period of the year for anglers who frequent the region’s trout lakes …

Curriculum hooks up with Trout in the Classroom

Trout are spawning a watershed of educational opportunities for Spokane County kids. A thousand fertilized rainbow eggs divvied out to 10 elementary schools have hatched a semester of lessons in …

Volunteer Mike Coyle nets legacy at Spokane Fish Hatchery

Behind the scenes, Mike Coyle has taught hundreds of kids about the life history of trout while helping the Washington Fish and Wildlife Department save fish for anglers. Coyle, 79, …

Wash. anglers reaping benefits from fin-clipped trout, salmon

Like tonsils and foreskin in humans, the adipose fin on trout and salmon appears to be a body part fish don’t need. However, selective removal of this fleshy protuberance on …

Nets help fish survive so they can be caught by anglers later

The Spokane Fish Hatchery is not for the birds. Washington Fish and Wildlife workers emphasized that Tuesday by installing new netting to keep avian predators away from raceways full of …