One and only: Chambers Bay's defining landmark

The lone fir tree at Chambers Bay ready for its featured role come the U.S. Open in June

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Outdoor writer Dave Graybill banks on Banks Lake for producing walleye

Here is the latest fishing report from Dave Graybill, longtime Eastern Washington outdoor radio host and angler: If I was going to be in the area and not at the Outdoor Expo in Tri-Cities I would be headed for Banks Lake to do some walleye fishing. I spent the day there on Monday and had a...

Public invited to make proposals on future freshwater fishing rules

Folks who’d like to see improvements in freshwater fisheries around Puget Sound and the coastal areas should submit their ideas to state Fish and Wildlife by March 31. These proposals affect all fish species outside of salmon for freshwater areas of the Puget Sound and coast, including their rivers, streams or lakes. Ideas can be...

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Daily steelhead catch limit increases beginning Sunday on Kalama River

A larger than expected hatchery steelhead return to the Kalama River will allow anglers to keep more fish in their daily catch limit beginning March 1 until further notice. Those fishing on the Lower Kalama from boundary markers at the mouth to 1,000 feet below fishway at the upper salmon hatchery will be allowed to...

Salmon forecasts continue to be encouraging

The preliminary Columbia River fall chinook forecast of 900,200 was announced, and despite not being as large as last year’s forecast of more than 1.6 million and an actual return of 1.1 million, it could potentially be the third largest on record since at least 1938 and larger than the last five-year average.