BUDGET AND FINANCE
Photo of WDFW staff working in the field Long-term funding webinar
We have scheduled a public webinar for 7 p.m. Monday, July 23, to discuss WDFW's current funding challenges and opportunities for the State of Washington to invest in fish and wildlife management and conservation of lands and habitat.

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FISH WASHINGTON
Fish Washington icon: Trout leaping out of wather with mountains and sunrise in the backdrop. Trout fisheries remain open at hundreds of lowland lakes across the state, including many waters that are open year round. Learn more >>

How-To Fishing Videos
Fishing Seasons & Rules
Great Washington Getaways
Trout Stocking Reports

ABOUT WDFW
Photo of WDFW staff working in the field Wildlife Program Weekly Activity Reports
Wildlife Program reports summarize the current activities of our field and headquarters staff around the state.

SHARE YOUR PHOTOS!
Share Your Photos! Share photos of your outdoors adventures with us! Use our online form to submit photos of hunting, fishing, wildlife watching, and outdoor recreation in Washington. Photos from the public may be featured on WDFW social media including Facebook and Instagram.
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WOLF MANAGEMENT
Closeup photo of Gray Wolf looking intently at the camera. Washington's wolf population increases for 9th straight year
Annual survey documents 122 wolves, 22 packs, and 14 successful breeding pairs during the winter of 2017.

Wolf Conservation and Management 2017 Annual Wolf Report
 
   LATEST NEWS
WDFW invites public to webinar to discuss agency long-term funding
WDFW plans public meetings on rules for suction dredging permit process
Exam of cougar linked to bicyclist's death shows no abnormalities
WDFW extends comment period on conservation of river and stream banks
WDFW restricts fires, other activities in eastern Washington wildlife areas
Keep crab pots out of ferry lanes
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MOBILE FISHING APP
Get the new Fish Washington regulations app
The free "Fish Washington" app, available on Google Play and Apple's App store, is designed to convey up-to-the-minute fishing regulations for every lake, river, stream and marine area in the state.

RECREATIONAL CRABBING
Recreational Crab Fishing Many areas of Puget Sound are open for crabbing.
Puget Sound summer crab-fishing season is underway.
Report your catch online
Dungeness Crab Catch Record Card Information

CONSERVATION
Killer whale (Orca) jumping out of the water.
Photo by Ken Rea
Boaters asked to observe 'no-go' zone along western San Juan Island to protect orcas
State fish and wildlife managers are asking anglers and other boaters to avoid an area along the west side of San Juan Island in an effort to protect a dwindling population of southern resident killer whales.
Killer Whale (Orca) Conservation and Management Website

WILDLIFE HEALTH
Photo of several bats hanging from cave wall with White Nose Syndrome White-nose Syndrome in Bats
A devastating bat disease called White-nose Syndrome is now in Washington. Help us monitor our bat populations by reporting sick or dead bats, or groups of bats.

Access Washington - Official State Government Website
2018 Trout Fishing Derby

  FISHING RULE UPDATES

 
   ONLINE HARVEST REPORTING
Report your hunting and crabbing results
   I WANT TO...
Purchase a hunting or fishing license
Check special permit drawing results
Purchase or submit special hunt applications
Report lost or stolen shellfishing gear
Volunteer for WDFW
Report Wildlife Observations
Apply for a Hydraulic Project Approval (HPA)
Donate to WDFW's Youth Outdoors Initiative
Join the WDFW Mailing Lists
The Weekender Report The Weekender Report
The latest in fish and wildlife recreational opportunities across Washington State.
   I AM LOOKING FOR...
Razor Clam Season Openings
Fishing Seasons and Regulations
Hunting Seasons and Regulations
License Types and Fees
Hunter Education
Wildlife Areas
Water Access Sites
Project and Planning Assistance
Regional Offices
WDFW Publications
WDFW Rules Information Center
Public Records Disclosure
Click here to Report a Poacher/Violation
   FEATURES
Wildlife Program Weekly Activity Reports
Public Clam & Oyster Beaches
Species and Ecosystem Science
ADA Access
ADA Access
Hunting, Fishing, and Wildlife Viewing for persons with a disability.
 
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