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The 80-year-old, who has been writing for The Herald since 1976, says it’s time to ‘hang up my hoochie.’
By Wayne Kruse For the Herald Next up on the salmon scene…
By Wayne Kruse For The Herald There’s some reasonably optimistic fishing news…
State creel checkers tallied roughly one chinook for every 2.5 Area 9 anglers on opening day.
The event is sold out, but a those interested can get on a waiting list.
Dr. Jim Unsworth has resigned his position, effective Feb. 7.
Bell Harbor Marina joins the CenturyLink Field Event Center and South Lake Union.
The Kokanee Tank is likely to be one of the most popular additions to the sportfishing seminar lineup.
By Wayne Kruse For The Herald Two full weekends remain to visit the free, annual Skagit Eagle Festival on the Skagit River in Concrete, Rockport… Continue reading
The prosposed catch-and-release season would be the first on the river since 2010
The return of winter steelhead could be stronger than anticipated.
The traditional New Year’s razor clam dig on Pacific beaches is a go, according to the state Fish and Wildlife Department’s coastal shellfish boss Dan… Continue reading
The Seattle Boat Show is scheduled from Jan. 26-Feb. 3.
By Wayne Kruse For The Herald Early-season steelheading on the westside Whidbey Island beaches is not necessarily a great fishery, but it does provide the… Continue reading
A license for the upcoming hunting or fishing season always makes a great present.