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WA sports fishing rule changes

Salmon retention reopens, area closures lifted on the Lewis River and Cedar Creek

Section of Wallace River to open for gamefish

Razor clam digs approved Dec. 6 through Dec. 9

Nooksack River to close to chum retention

Snake River Steelhead Fishery Change

Part of Whatcom Creek to close to fishing

Lifts night closures, restrictions on steelhead retention on lower sections of Wind and White Salmon Rivers

Columbia River salmon and steelhead fisheries reopen Jan. 1

Hanford Reach steelhead fishery to close Nov.10

Sekiu River hatchery steelhead may also be identified by dorsal fin height

Hoko River hatchery steelhead may also be identified by dorsal fin height

Gamefish season extended at Whatcom County's Padden Lake

Drano Lake to close to all fishing

Salmon angling to open on the Naselle River October 16

Tilton River closed waters area to be reduced to 100 feet

Some areas of Puget Sound reopening for late-season recreational crab fishing

Grays and West Fork Grays rivers to close for hatchery coho retention

Chinook salmon retention to close on Toutle, North Fork Toutle rivers

Most Willapa Bay tributaries to open for coho

Salmon fishing to re-open in Marine 2-1 and the Willapa Bay Control Zone

Washougal River to close to the retention of chinook salmon

Chinook salmon retention to close on the lower Cowlitz River

2018/2019 Sport Fishing Rules Pamphlet updates and clarifications - Lakes and Streams (These are corrections to the pamphlet, they are not emergency rules.)

Anglers must release steelhead in the Hanford Reach

WDFW announces clam and oyster seasons for North Bay (Case Inlet)

Grande Ronde River Steelhead Fishery Change

Touchet River Steelhead Fishery Change

Tucannon River Steelhead Fishery Change

Walla Walla River Steelhead Fishery Change

Finalizes Canadian-origin salmon transportion rule

2018/2019 Sport Fishing Rules Pamphlet updates and clarifications - Marine Areas (These are corrections to the pamphlet, they are not emergency rules.)

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