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Tuesday, October 27, 2020  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Catch a fish, catch a buck

Anglers are having all the fun, at least the ones who have participated in the Northern Pike Reward program. As of September, anglers have been paid $3,000 for pike heads they turned in. There are no size restrictions on northern pike, but participants must be 17 years or older to receive the reward.

Lake Spokane carp removal also targets northern pike

FISHERIES – A two-week project to remove non-native carp from Lake Spokane started on Monday, and state fisheries managers are tapping the opportunity to target invasive northern pike, too. Avista is partnering with the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife and the University of Idaho...

Gillnetting ramps up to curb northern pike in Columbia River

The front lines in the battle against non-native northern pike invading the Columbia River have moved to the Kettle Falls area of Lake Roosevelt. Gillnetting that started last year after the confirmation of northern pike spawning at the mouths of the Kettle and Colville rivers has shifted from survey mode to suppression, said Holly McLellan, fisheries biologist for the Colville Tribe.