Outdoors

OUTDOORS: Ridge nowhere near ready for snow sports

Coho theories; join Waterfowl Advisory group

 

OUTDOORS: Bigwigs discuss regions issues

A wide-ranging number of topics were discussed during a digital open house hosted by the state Department of Fish and Wildlife Director Kelly Susewind and… Continue reading

 

OUTDOORS: Region 6-focused online open house Thursday with Fish and Wildlife director

there are too many counties involved for a start — but state Department of Fish and Wildlife… Continue reading

ADVENTURE SPORTS: Salt Creek endurance event planned for March; Quilcene Gravel Unravel coming in June

Adventure sports on the North Olympic Peninsula are booming as area event promoter Peninsula Adventure Sports is adding two more outlets to… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Evening clamming, lectures can shine a light in the darkness

A softer shock to the system than springing forward, the end of daylight saving time last week has still thrown my sleep cycle off. Now… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Hatchery coho return slowing on Dungeness River

The fall push of hatchery coho up the Dungeness River has slowed to not much more than a trickle in the last week. That’s the… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Preliminary halibut season adds days to calendar

A draft halibut season structure that features additional time on the water for halibut anglers in Marine Areas 6-10 next April and more consecutive openings… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Angling group to provide holiday gift of youth fishing opportunities

AN EARLY CHRISTMAS present, or maybe something to be thankful for ahead of Thanksgiving, comes in the form of three upcoming rainbow trout plants set… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Razor clam digs start Saturday

DIGGERS HIT THE beach as razor clam digs are planned to begin on evening low tides Saturday at Copalis and Mocrocks beaches. The low tides… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Hunters now have wardrobe options with addition of fluorescent pink

PINK OUTFITS CAN now be worn legally by hunters in our state. During the 2019 legislative session, the state legislature passed Senate Bill 5148 that… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Vacationing with my fine, feathered friend

Plus: Applications for WDFW sport fishing group due by end of November

BIG HURT: Endurance race set Saturday in Port Angeles

Features mountain biking, kayaking, road cycling and running segments

OUTDOORS: No lack of activities available during Fall

THE FINAL THROES of the summer saltwater salmon season, plenty of returning coho and a few chinook in West End Rivers, deer turning skittish, mushrooms… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Modern firearm deer season prospects for North Olympic Peninsula hunters

WITH MODERN FIREARM deer season getting underway Saturday, Oct. 12, the state Department of Fish and Wildlife has released its annual season prospective for the… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Proposed fall razor clam dates unveiled; bag limit increase proposal

LAST WEEK THE outdoors column featured an extended interview with Fish and Wildlife Department Coastal Shellfish Manager Dan Ayres on razor clam prospects for the… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Coming rains could push coho along

A WEEKEND FORECAST full of rain is a bummer for anglers in the short term, but could provide the push needed to move the bigger… Continue reading

OUTDOORS: Coho effort rising as silvers slip past

By Michael Carman Peninsula Daily News Coho fishing has picked up in Marine Area 6 (Eastern Strait of Juan de Fuca), in effort, if not… Continue reading

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