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John W. J. Snyder Check out the new website for The Lunker's Guide  

By John W. J. Snyder, 4 weeks  ago

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    The Lunker's Guide launches a brand new website.    Since 2013 The Lunker's Guide has been providing valuable Northwest fishing information on their website www.lunkersguide.com.   The site offer...
John W. J. Snyder The Washington Fishing Forum Leader Feeder Giveaway!  

By John W. J. Snyder, 7 months  ago

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  Here is your chance to win a great new product that will have you fishing more and re-tying less. The Leader Feeder by Bend-Able Products.  All you have to do to enter to win, is  become a member of t...
John W. J. Snyder Hatchery Coho retention allowed at Lake Sammamish  

By John W. J. Snyder, 8 months  ago

Coho Salmon Fishing Threads
  WDFW FISHING RULE CHANGE   Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife600 Capitol Way North, Olympia, WA 98501-1091   March 28, 2017   Anglers fishing Lake Sammamish can now retain hatchery-reared coho...
hgrubb RE: Stelhead numbers looking good on the Solduc  

By hgrubb, 9 months  ago

Sol Duc River Fishing Reports
  Any update on steelhead fishing on the Sol Duc?  I am heading there for the weekend for some bank fishing.  Any advise and ideas on what to use would be appreciated.  Thanks. 
weslithali RE: Washington State Fishing Forum Rules  

By weslithali, 9 months  ago

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athboscoohol RE: Washington State Fishing Forum Rules  

By athboscoohol, 9 months  ago

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John W. J. Snyder State limits anglers to 1 chinook per day in Marine Area 6  

By John W. J. Snyder, 10 months  ago

Marine Area 6
  Action: The daily limit for hatchery chinook salmon in Marine Area 6 will be reduced to 1 chinook, with an overall 2-salmon limit.  All coho and wild chinook salmon must be released.   Effective locat...
John W. J. Snyder Marine Area 7 salmon season to close temporarily  

By John W. J. Snyder, 10 months  ago

Marine Area 7
  Action: Marine Area 7 (San Juan Islands) will close to salmon fishing Feb. 11. Effective Date: Feb. 11, 2017, until further notice. Species affected: Salmon. Location: Marine Area 7. Reason for action...
John W. J. Snyder Steelhead numbers looking good on the Solduc  

By John W. J. Snyder, 10 months  ago

Sol Duc River Fishing Reports
  Word is that the fish are in on the Sol Duc. Reports are coming in that three rivers is the go to spot. I'd check up at the hatchery as well. Bank access in limited so your best bet is to take a drift...
John W. J. Snyder Hoh river getting good steelhad numbers  

By John W. J. Snyder, 10 months  ago

Hoh River Fishing Reports
  Just got the news that anglers are having decent catch rates for winter steelhead on the Hoh river. Now is the time to hit the Hoh of your looking for prime time steelhead action. Be aware wild steelh...
John W. J. Snyder Marine Area 10 salmon season will close Jan. 23  

By John W. J. Snyder, 10 months  ago

Marine Area 10
  Action: Closes Marine Area 10 (Seattle/Bremerton) to salmon fishing. Effective Date:  Jan. 23, 2017 through Feb. 28, 2017. Species affected: Salmon. Location:  Marine Area 10 within Puget Sound, exclu...
John W. J. Snyder Razor clam dig starts Friday on 2 Pacific ocean beaches  

By John W. J. Snyder, 11 months  ago

Shellfishing
  OLYMPIA – State fishery managers have given the OK for the second razor clam dig this month, this one scheduled to begin Jan. 13 at two ocean beaches. The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (W...
John W. J. Snyder WDFW Delays salmon season in Marine area 9  

By John W. J. Snyder, 11 months  ago

Marine Area 9
  Marine Area 9 salmon season reopening delayed Action: Marine Area 9 will not reopen on Jan.16, as scheduled. Effective Date:  Jan. 16, 2017, until further notice. Species affected: Salmon Location:  M...
John W. J. Snyder Razor clam dig approved at Mocrocks and Copalis beaches  

By John W. J. Snyder, 11 months  ago

Shellfishing
  WDFW has approved razor clam digs on Mocrocks and Copalis beaches, click link to see full story.  Click Here!
John W. J. Snyder Road Closures on HWY101  

By John W. J. Snyder, 11 months  ago

Coastal Region Fishing Forums
  If any of you guys are coming out of Port Angeles to fish the Lapush and Forks area you'll need to find another route. There will be a major construction taking place on HWY 101 near Lake Crescent. Th...
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