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Outdoors blog archive for Sept. 1, 2015

TUESDAY, SEPT. 1, 2015



Four pronghorns were run down and killed after midnight on Aug. 27 near Mud Lake, Idaho, south of SR33. (Idaho Department of Fish and Game)

Poachers run down 4 pronghorns in Idaho 14 

POACHING -- Somebody used a vehicle to run down four pronghorns in an agricultural field west of Mud Lake, bordering the Idaho National Laboratory (INL), south of State Highway 33 just after midnight on Aug. 27. Three does and a fawn were killed. An agricultural...

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A record run of fall chinook “upriver brights” mostly headed for the Hanford Reach is forecast for the Columbia River this year. (Rich Landers)

Hanford Reach fall chinook fishing picking up

FISHING -- The fall chinook fishery in the Hanford Reach is starting to pick up, says Paul Hoffarth, Washington Fish and Wildlife biologist in the Tri-Cities. "This past week several nice bright chinook were harvested at Vernita, White Bluffs, Ringold, and in the Tri-Cities," he...

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