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Forest seeks public comments on proposal to balance bighorn sheep, domestic grazing needs;

CENTRAL WASHINGTON -  The Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest is reinitiating scoping for an environmental impact statement (EIS) that would update the existing forest plans direction for the …

THE WASHINGTON OUTDOOR REPORT week of March 5

New WDFW Commissioners appointed Governor Jay Inslee has appointed two new Fish and Wildlife Commissioners to replace outgoing commissioners Don McIsaac and Kim Thorburn. The outgoing …

Bears finish second at state basketball championship

SPOKANE – A second half surge by Davenport erased a Brewster halftime 31-28 lead and provided just enough momentum for the Gorillas to hold off the experienced state fixtures for a 65-58 win …

The Washington Outdoor Report week of February 26

SPRING SALMON SEASON SET Fisheries managers in Oregon and Washington have published the spring Chinook salmon seasons for the Columbia River and it’s tributaries. According to the …

Turnovers tell the tale in Bears’ loss

RICHLAND – The Brewster boys and Waterville/Mansfield girls are the only remaining Quad City teams remaining in the state Round of 12 following their games in the Round of 16 played on Feb. …

The Washington Outdoor Report week of February 19

A guided trip into the outdoors can be a wonderful experience. The vast majority of guides and outfitters are true professionals who do a great job but it’s important to know exactly what you …

Quad Cities teams remain in state basketball quest

BREWSTER – As the process of elimination progresses toward the inevitable 1B-2B state championships in Spokane on March 1-4, a pair of Quad Cities teams – Brewster boys and …

Moose and deer spotted crossing mighty Columbia River

BREWSTER – It is a rare sight to witness a deer or a moose swimming across the Columbia River. It is even more unusual to see both ungulates doing so within minutes of each other. Tara …

WDFW seeks public input on draft co-manager hatchery policy

OLYMPIA – The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) is seeking public comment on a draft policy to guide management of hatcheries in cooperation with tribal co-managers. The …

SEDRO WOOLLEY – The public is invited to comment on an Environmental Assessment (EA) that proposes two projects in North Cascades National Park.  The first project consists of rerouting a …

The Washington Outdoor Report week of February 12

There is a healthy body of literature surrounding ethical fishing and hunting practices that promote respect for both sports and the fish and game pursued for consumptive use.  However, very …

Raiders defeat Bears by a point for District 6 title

OMAK – For the second time this season the Lake Roosevelt Raiders defeated Brewster by a point, 62-61, to win the District 6 basketball title last Saturday, Feb. 11. The Raiders will next face …

The Washington Outdoor Report week of February 5

I’ve had the opportunity to attend two sportsmen’s shows in recent days. The first was the Tri-Cities Sportsmen’s Show at the Hapo Center in Pasco, a great little show I visited at …

The Washington Outdoor Report week of January 29

From the late 1800’s until the middle of the 20th century there was a bounty on wolves in the Midwest and Western United States. Both individual and government hunters used any means necessary …

Billygoats lose three to 1B league leaders

PATEROS – As the lopsided 78-64 loss might indicate, the Billygoats varsity boys basketball team hosted one of the state’s top five 1B basketball teams and the undefeated leader in the …

Bears rise in rankings with recent wins

BREWSTER – The Bears high school varsity boys basketball team has been rising in both ranking and RPI with wins in all but one of a half dozen games between Jan. 13-24, and but for a fading …

Be in the know for snow: Winter weather recreation safety tips for public lands

PORTLAND, OREGON — The winter recreation season is in full swing, and Bureau of Land Management and U.S. Forest Service officials remind everyone that adventures are better and safer when …

State Board awards nearly $5 million to aid salmon recovery

METHOW VALLEY -  Methow Salmon Recovery Foundation (MSRF) was awarded  $4,794,000 in Salmon Recovery Funding Board (SRFB) funding to implement restoration  actions in …

The Washington Outdoor Report week of January 22

SOMETHING FISHY FOR DINNER TJ’s Bar and Grill in Kettle Falls is in hot water after serving seafood they should not have been selling to their patrons.  According to Captain Brad …

WDFW to deploy radio collars to gather data on ungulate species

YAKIMA–The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife will conduct aerial bighorn sheep, mule deer, and mountain goat captures from mid-January through March in multiple counties along the …

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