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One of the benefits of running a web site on this state's fishing lakes is that there is always a new lake to go explore. We are blessed with thousands of lakes in this state. You could spend your whole life fishing new lakes and still find another one just around the corner. I'd heard of lake Roosevelt and it's monster rainbow a few years back. Triploids and naturally spawning fish that run to ten pounds plus. In the course of my travels to new lakes, I'd kept this one in mind. One day, I said to myself, I will fish this lake. That day arrived November 6th. Guide Lennie Mayo (J.L. Fishing Guide Service) had invited me out to...
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- Where to fish near Pullman, WA
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- sosinsurr, I'm just North of you in Burlington. If you ever get up this way look me up. Welcome to t...
- Steelhead runs on the Snake River near Lower Granite Dam
- Steelhead can be caught around lower granite almost any time. Fish bound for the upper snake river c...
Washington Fishing News
- Sections of Washingtons Yakima River Open for Chinook Fishing
- Action: Open two sections of the Yakima River to fishing for hatchery spring chinook salmon.Species affected: Hatchery chinook salmonLocations & Dates:Area 1: from th...
- Spring Chinook to Reopen on Three Sections of Washingtons Snake River
- OLYMPIA - Three sections of the Snake River will reopen to fishing for hatchery spring chinook salmon, beginning with a stretch of the river near Clarkston this week, the...
- Washingtons Lewis River Re-Opens for Hatchery Spring Chinook
- Action: Anglers may again keep hatchery spring chinook on the Lewis River including the North Fork.Effective date: June 7 through July 31, 2013Species affected: Chinook s...
- Washington Boating Safety Course Manual Now Available as E-Book
- Adventures in Boating Washington, the official Washington boating student manual developed for the Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission, is now available as a...
- Washington F&W Retains Current Cabezon Season
- OLYMPIA - The Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission voted to retain the current fishing season for cabezon in Puget Sound during a meeting today in Olympia.The commissi...
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Washington Fishing Regs & Licenses
Annual Freshwater - $21.90
Annual Saltwater - $20.26
Senior Freshwater - $5.48
Senior Saltwater - $6.02
Annual Freshwater - $43.80
Annual Saltwater - $39.97
Everyone 15 years of age or older must have a license.Federal and state law requires persons 15 years or older to give their Social Security Number in order to obtain a license...