Kramer Tackle

WEEKEND FISHING REPORT

with Steve Kramer of
KRAMER TACKLE & GUIDE

 

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THURSDAY & FRIDAY AFTERNOONS @ 5:35 & SATURDAY MORNINGS AT 7:35 AND 8:35

Broadcasts are brought to you by the Hama Hama Company and The Twin Totems Grocery, Skokomish Park at Lake Cushman, The Waterfront at Potlatch and The Lucky Dog Casino & North Fork Bar & Grill.

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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


Report: State Parks System Needs Taxpayer Help

ridgedec4Four years ago, Washington lawmakers set out to make the state parks system self-sufficient — surviving on visitor fees alone. A new report says it's not likely to happen. The nine-page analysis from the Washington Parks and Recreation Commission to the Legislature makes clear that the parks system

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Winter Services Announced For Olympic National Park

hurricanridge112213Winter offers a wide variety of opportunities for visitors to Olympic National Park.  For those who enjoy indoor comforts, options include ocean storm-watching from the Kalaloch Lodge along the park’s Pacific Coast to lakeside dining at Lake Crescent Lodge to weekend day trips to the Hurricane Ridge Visitor Center

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Razor clam dig starts Nov. 30

razorclamsState fishery managers have approved an evening razor-clam dig on ocean beaches starting Saturday, Nov. 30, and running for eight days on the lowest tides so far this season. The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) approved the dig after marine toxin tests showed the clams on those beaches are safe to eat.

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