Kramer Tackle

WEEKEND FISHING REPORT

with Steve Kramer of
KRAMER TACKLE & GUIDE

 

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THE WEEKENDER REPORT
The latest in fish and wildlife recreational opportunities across WA

Hoodsport Visitor Information Center, 1 block west of Highway 101 on State Route 119. The visitor center provides information for both the Olympic National Forest and Park, along with local business and Olympic Peninsula tourist information.  150 N. Lake Cushman Rd., Hoodsport, WA 98548, (360) 877 2021 

City of Shelton Parks


No Need To Wait Until Spring To Catch Fish, Observe Wildlife

dosewallipsTemperatures are warming, birds are singing and soon spring chinook salmon will be moving into the lower Columbia River in large numbers. Spring is still a ways off, but February offers plenty of opportunities to enjoy the great outdoors.

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Next Razor Clam Dig Begins Tuesday

rclameveningClam diggers can return to coastal beaches Tuesday through Sunday to dig razor clams during the last of three openings this month. The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife approved the latest dig after marine toxin tests showed the clams are safe.

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Observation Platform At Nisqually Estuary Boardwalk Reopens

Beginning Monday, visitors to the Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge will again be able to walk to the observation platform at the end of the Nisqually Estuary Boardwalk Trail. The final section of the boardwalk has been closed since October for waterfowl hunting season. The boardwalk gives visitors a chance to see a variety of bird and waterfowl species. Trails are open daily from sunrise to sunset. The refuge visitor center is open Wednesdays-Sundays from 9 a.m.-4 p.m.

You can learn more about the refuge, including tide times on the Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge website: http://www.fws.gov/refuge/nisqually/

January 27, 2014