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THE WASHINGTON OUTDOOR REPORT- week October 16

When you think of places in America where you can see big wild animals up close, you tend to think of Yellowstone, Grand Teton or Glacier National Park but there is a place much closer than that for …

Bears cheer squad hosts fundraiser to cover camp expenses

BREWSTER – The Bears varsity cheer squad deserves some cheers of its own for coming up with a fundraising idea to help cover the expenses of sending the group to summer cheer camp. The …

The Washington Outdoor Report - week of October 3

With several bird hunting seasons opening up this month it’s time to take a look at what the season ahead has in store for us in Central and Eastern Washington. WATERFOWL: Year in and year …

Lady Bears defeat league soccer rivals Pateros, Manson, 6-1

BREWSTER – The undefeated Lady Bears varsity soccer team made it 2-0 with back-to-back wins over Pateros, 6-1, on Sept. 27, and another 6-1 win over the visiting Manson Lady Trojans during …

Bears hold off second-ranked Raiders, 14-13

BREWSTER – A key defensive fumble recovery combined with just enough late-game offense to give the Bears varsity football team a come-from-behind one-point victory over the visiting Lake …

Lady Bears mix it up with Manson for volleyball No. 1

BREWSTER – Two of the best volleyball teams in the league battled for top billing as undefeated Manson played the Lady Bears in the Middle School gym last Thursday evening, Sept. 29. The …

A busy weekend at Potholes Reservoir

The weekend of September 17 and 18 was a very busy one at MarDon Resort at Potholes Reservoir. Four fishing tournaments took place there, and at 6 a.m. there was a long line of trucks with boat …

THE WASHINGTON OUTDOOR REPORT September 18

First it was the sockeye salmon that came up the Columbia River in huge numbers, over three times what was forecast. Now, it’s time for anglers to enjoy a strong fall Chinook run and what looks …

THE WASHINGTON OUTDOOR REPORT week of September 11

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife has released their annual hunting prospects report, put together by regional and district game biologists. Here’s the highlights for deer and elk …

THE WASHINGTON OUTDOOR REPORT week of September 4

One of the best parks in Washington, a crown jewel amongst the parks found in this state, is Cape Disappointment State Park. Located where the Columbia River meets the Pacific Ocean near Ilwaco, this …

Bears mount comeback against Chelan in season opener

BREWSTER – The comeback Bears pulled out some big plays in their first game of the varsity football season for a 36-34 win at home against Chelan Mountain Goats last Friday, Sept. 2, in the …

Know Before You Go: Labor Day safety tips for your National Forests

North Central Washington, August 31, 2022 — Labor Day marks the unofficial end to summer, and a busy weekend for visits to National Forests in the Pacific Northwest. That’s why Forest …

There’s still time to sign up for hunter education classes

OLYMPIA — Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) hunter education classes are available now. "Summer is a great time to enroll in hunter education class because as fall …

THE WASHINGTON OUTDOOR REPORT- week of August 28

SOCKEYE – It has been a banner year for sockeye salmon. Over 663,000 sockeye passed through Bonneville Dam this year, the largest run on record since they started counting salmon there in 1938. …

THE WASHINGTON OUTDOOR REPORT week of August 21

I do love to hike and earlier this week I took off from a U.S. Forest Service trailhead to walk an old logging road that followed a creek and then went up a ridgeline along the eastern slopes of the …

THE WASHINGTON OUTDOOR REPORT week of Aug 14

This story starts on June 26 of 2021 on a dock at Loon Lake in Northeast Washington.  Caylun Peterson and his daughter were staying at the family cabin and had gotten up early to go fishing. …

Campfire restrictions now in effect on the National Forest

WENATCHEE -  Campfire restrictions are now in effect on the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest. Campfires will be allowed only in designated developed campgrounds and congressionally designated …

Local citizens sought for USFS Resource Advisory Committee

WENATCHEE -  The Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest is looking for nominees to fill nine soon to occur vacancies on its 15-member Resource Advisory Committee (RAC).† ìWe have …

THE WASHINGTON OUTDOOR REPORT week of August 7

Bordering Washington and Idaho, Northeast Oregon’s Wallowa County offers all sorts of outdoors fun. I visited there this week and had a fulfilling day and a half of outdoor recreation. I …

NCW - As the temperature rises, so does the popularity of recreation at area lakes and rivers. On the surface, rivers, streams, and lakes can seem calm, warm or shallow. Yet every year even the most …

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