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Fishtrap Lake becoming trekking destination on heels of 4,000 volunteer hours

Following years of planning and construction, two new nonmotorized trails at Fishtrap Lake Recreation Area are finished, offering visitors an intimate view of channeled scablands that were roughed out by …

Popular Spokane-area hiking trails expanded, improved

Hikers and mountain bikers are out for a pleasant surprise when they make their next visit to some of the Spokane area’s most popular trail systems.

Field reports: Fishtrap Lake trail project needs helpers

TRAILS – A new 8-mile loop trail planned near Fishtrap Lake by the U.S. Bureau of Land Management is the target of a National Public Lands Day volunteer effort on …

Field reports: Field reports: High court upholds stream access law

FISHING – A landowner’s claims that he can keep the public out of a portion of the Ruby River don’t hold water, the Montana Supreme Court said Thursday in a …

Anglers young and old turn out for season’s opening day

The fourth Saturday of April rivals any major holiday for Washington’s angling families. From across the state they rendezvous at designated lakes in advance, claiming campsites, often unleashing kids in …

Opening day for fishing draws families

The fourth Saturday of April rivals any major holiday for Washington’s angling families.

Out & About: Kid in driver’s seat for last youth hunt

OUTGOING – Daniel Kuhta, 15 (pictured above), ended his career of participating in youth upland bird hunting seasons last Sunday with a limit of pheasants at the Fishtrap Lake area. …

Out & About: Fishing reports coming Thursday

Fishing 2011, The Spokesman-Review’s annual update on fishing prospects, rules and opportunities throughout the Inland Northwest, will be inserted in the Thursday paper.

Target shooting prompts ban near Fishtrap

The U.S. Bureau of Land Management has issued an emergency order to ban recreational shooting on about 5,290 acres of public land near Fishtrap Lake. The closure is aimed at …

Turns out fishing tale’s hard to spin

I am a fly-fishing snob. Correct that, I’m a former fly-fishing snob. This week, I was inspired by outdoors editor Rich Landers’ excellent coverage of the opening day of fishing …