Fire restrictions in place on WDFW lands
The arrival of hot, dry weather, combined with drought conditions, has prompted the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife to restrict fires and other activities effective immediately on agency-managed lands in eastern Washington. Learn more >>
The Asotin Wildlife Area's over 30,000 acres, including nearly 6,000 acres leased from the Department of Natural Resources (DNR), is managed in three non-contiguous units: Asotin Creek, George Creek, and Weatherly. The management units fall roughly into two blocks: the forks and tributaries of Asotin Creek, and George Creek, the largest tributary of the Asotin mainstem. Elevations range from 1,300 feet on Pintler Creek to 4,600 feet on Smoothing Iron Ridge.
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