6.5 Creedmoor ammo popular this season
Having the correct ammunition, rifle, shot gun and supplies on hand is important for every successful hunt.
Opening day is upon local hunters looking to bag deer and waterfowl.
Some of Washington’s most popular hunting seasons will get under way Oct. 15, when hunters with modern firearms will take to the field for deer and waterfowl.
Some of Washington’s most popular hunting seasons get under way this month, when hunters take to the field for deer, ducks, geese and other game birds.
Columbia River anglers are required to release hatchery steelhead with a ¼-inch diameter hole punch in the upper lobe of the tail fin from Oct. 1-Dec. 6 from the U.S. Highway 395 bridge to the old Hanford townsite wooden powerline.
The biggest day of deer hunting is slated for Oct. 15 with the opening of modern firearms season.
Salmon fishermen and other boaters will be prohibited from using a 400-yard stretch of the Columbia River on Wednesday and Thursday and again Oct. 3 and 4.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has started its winter recreational vessel lock schedule.
Powderhook and QDMA released the 2016 update to “Deer Tracker,” a popular free application that allows hunters to monitor deer activity and harvests in their neck of the woods and across the country.
With the fall season under way, the Daily Sun News is looking for photos of successful hunts.
Fishing for chinook is open now through Sept. 20 on the Columbia River.
Parks commission OKs use of most fire pits west of Cascade crest
Campfires allowed in Western Washington campgrounds; fire ban continues east of the Cascades
Hunters should head to higher elevations
State officials say last summer’s heat, last fall’s hunt and last winters cold will likely mean a downturn for elk prospects this season.