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Fishing Hotline
360-902-2500

Shellfish Rule
Change Hotline

1-866-880-5431

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For more information on
fishing, please contact the
WDFW Fish Program.
360-902-2700
Fish Program District Biologists

For fishing regulation
questions, e-mail us at:
fishregs@dfw.wa.gov

For all other questions and comments, e-mail us at:
fishpgm@dfw.wa.gov

 

 
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PIER UPDATES / ADDITIONS

Piers and facilities associated with piers may change frequently. Help us maintain a current listing by using the form below to notify WDFW of any updates or additions. Please provide as much detail as possible.

Please Note: All requests are subject to verification from appropriate parties before any changes are made.

What type of Request is this?

New - New pier or dock that allows public fishing access but is not currently listed
Update - Update to existing pier or facility information
Remove - This pier no longer available for public fishing

Pier Name:
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If pier is NEW leave name blank.

Which describes your role best:

Own or Maintain this pier
Public user of pier

To verify this request is coming from the appropriate party, we need the following from you:

Name

Phone Number xxx-xxx-xxxx

E-mail Address

Contact information for this pier? (i.e. Phone number, etc...)

Pier Location:

Physical Address if known:

Facilities available at this pier:

Parking
ADA Access
Restrooms
Lights
Rain Cover
Railings
Fish Cleaning Station

Additional Comments: (i.e. Use restrictions, fishing hours, etc...)

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RECREATIONAL SQUID FISHING
Market SquidFrom late May until February, adult squid can be found in almost all waters of the Strait of Juan de Fuca and Puget Sound. Check the Squidfishing site to find out how to catch, clean and most importantly EAT these tasty shellfish.

KNOW THE REGULATIONS AND RULES
Before fishing or gathering unclassified invertebrates for bait, be sure and check the latest Fishing in Washington regulations pamphlet for open seasons, size, gear and species restrictions. Licenses and guides are also availalble at most sporting goods stores. It is your responsibility to obtain and observe all current regulations.

FISH CONSUMPTION ADVISORIES
The Washington State Department of Health (DOH) maintains a website of Washington State waterbodies with contaminant advisories. Make sure the fish you catch are safe to consume.