Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife Police Officer Bryan Davidson displays two wild steelhead and an undersized cutthroat trout along with the rods used to poach the fish after a January incident on the Quillayute River near Forks. (Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife Police)

Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife Police Officer Bryan Davidson displays two wild steelhead and an undersized cutthroat trout along with the rods used to poach the fish after a January incident on the Quillayute River near Forks. (Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife Police)

Port Angeles man who pleaded guilty to tree theft pleads not guilty to fish poaching

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