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WEEKEND FISHING REPORT with Steve Kramer of KRAMER TACKLE & GUIDE

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RECREATION REPORT FROM THE 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

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Fish and Rec Reports are Broadcast on 1030KMAS: Thursday & Friday Afternoons @ 5:35 & Saturday Mornings @ 7:35 And 8:35. 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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