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WA sports fishing rule changes

Salmon angling reopens on the Green (Duwamish) River

Two marine areas reopening for late-season recreational crab fishing

Mainstem and North Fork Nooksack River anglers must release chum salmon

Correction: Southwest Washington tributary coho fisheries modified

Part of Whatcom Creek to close to all fishing

Salmon angling to reopen in Minter Creek

Salmon fishing to close in Marine Area 10, part of Marine Area 13, and Kennedy Creek

Salmon fishing closed at Hoodsport; anglers must release chum in the rest of Marine Area 12

Adult portion of salmon daily limits reduced in coastal freshwater systems from Hoh River south to Grays Harbor basin and Marine area 2-2

Salmon fishing to close in Willapa Bay and its tributaries

Hatchery coho retention reopens in portions of the Columbia River mainstem

Gamefish season extended at Padden Lake (Whatcom County) and Steel Lake (King County)

Wallace River re-opens to fishing for hatchery coho

Hanford Reach steelhead fishery to remain closed

Section of Snake River to close to steelhead fishing

Limit reduced to 1 coho salmon daily in most Puget Sound Marine Areas

Salmon and steelhead fisheries expanded on the Washougal River

Anglers limited to one hatchery steelhead daily on the Walla Walla River

Reduces the daily steelhead limit to 1 hatchery fish on Grande Ronde River

Anglers limited to one hatchery steelhead daily on Touchet River

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.

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