Washington state is blessed with diverse landscapes, great camping, and excellent fishing opportunities. Whether you're planning a trip in 2014 or beyond, the trout, salmon, steelhead, bass, walleye and tuna will be waiting for you, along with many other attractions and accommodations that make for unforgettable vacations. Learn more >>
This web page describes WDFW's proposals for new land acquisition during 2015-17 and provides a virtual tour of 13 proposals. These projects were developed by WDFW staff and approved by the department's executive management team to conserve important fish and wildlife habitats.
State, federal and tribal fishery managers are currently planning the Northwest's recreational and commercial salmon fisheries. As part of the salmon-season setting process, the WDFW has scheduled several public meetings.
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Washingtonians have a new way to share their outdoor adventures with others who enjoy hunting, fishing and observing the natural world. WDFW is now accepting photos for a new online gallery of images submitted by people enjoying the great outdoors.
Online Hunter Reporting iPads and iPhones are not compatible with the hunter reporting tool.To avoid problems please report online with a regular computer or by telephone at 877-945-3492.