Washington Dept. of Fish and Wildlife - Fishing, hunting, recreation

Razor clam digging at sunset
 Mule Deer at Desert Wildlife Area Unit
A wild steelhead caught on the Washington Coast.
Aerial view of landscape in central Washington
A bighorn sheep ram standing high on a rocky outcropping, with a blue sky behind and the sun painting an orange hue
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Help us spread the word about not spreading invasive species, have your child enter WDFW's and the Washington Invasive Species Council's invasive species art contest.

Included are special rules allowing fishing from a floating device on two sections of the Hoh River during certain days of the week to help determine impacts to wild steelhead. 

To protect the largest migratory mule deer herd in Washington, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) is closing five units of the Methow Valley Wildlife Area to public access from Dec.

The theme of this year's contest is "Live big game animal."

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