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7-day salmon fishing starts this week; scheduled through Sept. 15

Coastal Grays Harbor will reopen for salmon fishing this week. The Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife…

WDFW announces additional halibut fishing day to round out 2021 season, seeks public input on 2022 halibut season

Halibut anglers now have an extra day to reel in halibut this season as well as two…

WDFW to conduct drone survey of Chinook River Estuary in Pacific County

WDFW – Scientists with the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) will fly a drone over…

High heat, low tide likely triggering spike in shellfish-linked infections

From Washington State Department of Health: OLYMPIA — An outbreak of vibriosis in Washington has already surpassed…

State Parks Boating Program shares tips for paddlesport safety

The Washington State Parks Boating Program wants paddlers to have fun – and be safe – on…

WDFW asks public to report fish or shellfish die-offs

WDFW – In the wake of a historic heat wave and with hot summer weather still in…

WDFW fishing rules updated online; paper rules delayed

The annual Washington Fishing Rules Pamphlet is now available online for the coming year, detailing fishing rules…

WDFW seeks public input on coastal steelhead seasons

With recent and long term declines in coastal steelhead and last season’s early closure to the 2020-2021…

Research paper points to reasons for decades of shellfish deaths

Researchers have discovered that yessotoxins, produced by certain phytoplankton, are the likely culprit behind summer mass shellfish mortality…

Statewide burn ban; local cities and beaches included; fireworks discouraged

An extensive burn ban is in place within Grays Harbor, local cities, in local parks and coastal…



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