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WA sports fishing rule changes

Marine Area 10 to close to the retention of Chinook salmon

Anglers must release pink salmon in Marine Area 8-1

Recreational shrimp fishing to close in Marine Area 7 West

Mouth of the Deschutes River to close on mainstem Columbia River

Westport anglers may retain two Chinook as part of salmon daily limit beginning Saturday, Aug. 10

Nisqually River closing to recreational angling on Sundays

Coho daily limit increased for North Fork Toutle River; anglers must release all Chinook

Lewis River salmon seasons open Aug. 1; release all Chinook upstream of Johnson Creek

Update to daily limit for salmon on a section of the Columbia River

Lower Chehalis River to reopen Aug. 1; upper river and tributary openings also set

Chinook salmon fishing opens on Columbia River above Brewster

Anglers must release sockeye in Marine Area 12

Lake Roosevelt white sturgeon fishery to open Sept. 1 upstream of China Bend boat ramp

Anglers must release Chinook in Neah Bay beginning Sunday, July 14

Change to daily limit for Chinook in La Push

Areas of the upper Columbia River and select tributaries to open for Chinook salmon retention

Majority of Marine Area 6 opening to recreational shrimp fishing 7 days per week with an increased limit

Change to daily limit for Chinook salmon in Neah Bay

Chehalis River and tributaries to close to fishing

2019/2020 Sport Fishing Rules Pamphlet updates and clarifications - Lakes and Streams (These are corrections to the pamphlet, they are not emergency rules.) Effective July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020.

2019/2020 Sport Fishing Rules Pamphlet updates and clarifications - Marine Areas (These are corrections to the pamphlet, they are not emergency rules.) Effective July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020.

Anderson Lake in Jefferson County will close to fishing

Puget Sound recreational summer crabbing opening in most areas

Recreational non-spot shrimp fisheries open in some Marine Areas

Sections of the Stillaguamish River, tributaries to remain closed to fishing for trout and gamefish

Anglers required to release sockeye salmon in the Quillayute and Sol Duc rivers

Hatchery steelhead retention reopens on the Kalama River, use of barbless hooks is voluntary

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