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


Elfendahl road closed in Tahuya State Forest

quadtrailThe Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR) will close the road leading to the Elfendahl Pass staging area and trailhead in Tahuya State Forest the week of September 16 – 20. The road will be closed for crews to replace a fish passage culvert that is currently blocking salmon from spawning up river.

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Signs Of Fall

huntingregionsHunters take field as salmon move in from the ocean. The sun is setting earlier, and the leaves are beginning to turn color- signs of another change of season. Fall is in the air, and hunters are heading out for the first major hunting seasons of the year.

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Ilwaco, Westport Anglers

fishwa2013Anglers will be allowed to retain both wild and hatchery coho salmon beginning Sunday, Sept. 1, in ocean waters off Ilwaco (Marine Area 1) and Friday, Sept. 6, off Westport (Marine Area 2). Those changes will not affect ocean salmon fisheries off LaPush (Marine Area 3) and Neah Bay (Marine Area 4), where anglers will continue to be allowed to retain hatchery coho, but must release wild coho, said Doug Milward, ocean salmon manager for the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW).

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