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I KNEW IT was the end when a low-holing, fly-flogging fishing guide floated past on the river and said, “We’re going to get rid of… Continue reading
THE RECENT MARTIN Luther King Jr. holiday is a three-day weekend that traditionally marks the peak of the winter steelhead season on the North Olympic… Continue reading
a date which will live in infamy …” President Franklin D. Roosevelt said these words many years ago. Today, Dec. 7… Continue reading
It takes a village to get ready for the coming cold months.
The wily fungus can make mushroom picking an adventure.
The recent orca deaths beg the question: Is it worth killing killer whales for whatever data the killing produces?
The coho seem to be running strong just across that imaginary line that marks the boundary of the recreational paradise we call Canada — but not here, they say.
Once you get your hunting rifle sighted in, keep it locked up far away from loved ones and hunting buddies.
It was a regrettable lapse in my search for truth that allowed me to question the salmon’s ability to swim up the Elwha once the dams were taken out.
The Labor Day campout was just another example of the shrinking middle class: no au jus with our prime rib!
Multitudes of happy tourists fished the Hoh this summer totally unaware they were breaking the law.
You have to wonder if hatchery steelhead are really so bad for native ones.
The corrupt and incompetent mismanagement of our fisheries will lead to fishing’s demise.