FISH WASHINGTON
Fish Washington icon. Trout fisheries are under way across the state at hundreds of lowland lakes that should continue to provide great fishing throughout the summer.
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GREAT WASHINGTON GETAWAYS
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Washington state is blessed with diverse landscapes, great camping, and excellent fishing opportunities. Whether you're planning a trip now or in the future, 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.
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RECREATIONAL RAZOR CLAMMING
Photo of a razor clam limit on the beach with a clam shovel in the background. Razor clam digging closed for season on ocean beaches
Digging will remain closed on ocean beaches for the remainder of the razor clam season because of elevated toxin levels, state shellfish managers announced today.
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WDFW restricts target shooting on Wenas Wildlife Area
2015 ocean salmon-fishing season
Halibut fishing off Neah Bay, La Push to close May 21, will re-open May 23
State seeks advisory committee members for Teanaway Community Forest
WDFW seeks comments on Willapa Bay salmon policy
WDFW's expanded Wolf Advisory Group to meet in Spokane
WDFW's 2015 'Citizen Awards' honor dedication to fish and wildlife
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HALIBUT FISHING
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Halibut fishing off Neah Bay, La Push to close May 21, will re-open May 23
Anglers are expected to reach the 108,030-pound halibut quota in marine areas 3 (La Push) and 4 (Neah Bay) after one more day of fishing.
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RECREATIONAL SHRIMP FISHING
Recreational Shrimp Fishing Shrimp season is currently underway in Puget Sound.
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ABOUT WDFW
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Wildlife Program reports summarize the current activities of our field and headquarters staff around the state.
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