Fishing

Planning a “High Lakes” Fishing Trip

The Washington Department of Fish and Game has an excellent website to help you plan your excursion. Go to wdfw.wa.gov and click on “High Lakes.” …

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Hiking and Fishing Washington’s High Country

I consider myself both a backpacker and a fisherman, but if I’m honest with myself I have to admit that I’m not a die-hard proponent …

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Fishing Derbies

A traditional fishing derby involves one body of water, one or two species of fish, and one shared timeline in which all participating anglers take …

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Spokane and North Fork Fly Fishing Outlook For Summer 2018

Local fly-fishing guides predict great conditions on the Spokane and Coeur d’Alene Rivers this summer. “June, traditionally, is a very good month on the Spokane,” …

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Happy fly fisherman on Amber Lake. Photo: Brad Northrup

WDFW Free ‘Fish Washington’ Mobile App

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) just launched a new app for anglers across the state. The app is free and it features …

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New Silver Valley App

Located at the base of the Bitterroot Mountains, the Silver Valley is an outdoor enthusiast’s dream. With over 2,600 square miles, there’s plenty to explore. …

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Outdoor Recreation Economy Continues to Grow in Washington

Last July, the Outdoor Industry Association published a significant report that revealed that outdoor recreation in Washington State generates 26.2 billion dollars in annual spending. …

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Photo courtesy of the Silver Valley Chamber of Commerce.

Ten Ways to Explore the Silver Valley This Fall

Idaho’s Silver Valley is known for its rich mining history and rugged landscape. With 87% of Shoshone County classified as “forest uplands” and less than …

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New App Aids in Exploration of Northeast Washington

If you like to hike, bike, camp, fish, float, boat or hunt the uncrowded trails, forests, lakes and rivers of the three Northeast Washington counties, …

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Photo courtesy of Klick's Resort.

Lake People: Dusty Klink & Life on the Lake at Klink’s Resort

Dusty Klink was only 7 years old when he and his family moved to Williams Lake from Woodinville, Wash. His parents, Jerry and Sandy Klink, …

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