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

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WDFW staffer with two European green crabs caught on the Washington Coast
Video: Fall Big Game Hunting Tips with Tom Ryle
Razor clams on the beach with a clam shovel in the background
Dungeness crab
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With an influx of suspected avian influenza cases being reported to WDFW, here is what you need to know if you encounter sick or dead birds.

Hunting is a vital way of life for many people in Washington, and it contributes to important statewide conservation efforts.

Some of the best fishing opportunities in the country are available in Washington. 

Nearly 250,000 of the invasive crabs have been removed from Washington waters so far in 2022.

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