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THE WASHINGTON OUTDOORS REPORT September 17

National Public Lands Day: Saturday, September 23, is National Public Lands Day.  The holiday celebrates our public lands managed at both the federal and state levels, and it is free to …

Kodiaks Schedule and Scoreboard

Schedule FOOTBALL Sept 15: Cascade vs. Brewster, Homecoming Game at 7 p.m. GIRLS SOCCER Sept. 16: Cascade vs. Yakima, Home at 12 p.m. Sept. 19: Cascade vs. Zillah, Away at 6 …

THE WASHINGTON OUTDOOR REPORT September 10

Fun to catch and tasty to eat, crappie offers an excellent opportunity for anglers in the late summer and early fall.  There are two species of crappie found in Washington State: the white and …

Wenatchee River Salmon Festival returns

WENATCHEE — Swim on over to Rocky Reach Park and Discovery Center to celebrate the Salmon People 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 23. For the first time since 2019, community day is back for …

THE WASHINGTON OUTDOOR REPORT September 3

I just returned from my bi-annual camping trip to Fort Casey State Park on the east side of Whidbey Island. I book a stay there every other year in mid to late August to take advantage of the pink …

THE WASHINGTON OUTDOOR REPORT August 27

Washington’s mourning dove hunting season opens up September 1 and goes until October 30 with a daily bag limit of 15 birds and possession limit of 45 birds. This is a popular season for a …

Wenatchee River Institute upcoming events

Cascades Track & Sign Evaluation with David Moskowitz: Saturday, September 16 and Sunday, September 17. Spend two full days in the greater Leavenworth area, with professional wildlife tracker, …

THE WASHINGTON OUTDOOR REPORT August 20

I first spoke with Nick Burson and Marc McPherson in 2017. Nick and Marc are both law enforcement officers who work and live in Central Washington. Nick is a Corporal at the Kittitas County …

Taking care of your yard during a heat wave

As temperatures rise, so should the care of your yard’s lawn and landscape. However, it’s important to ensure your yard is healthy before a heat wave hits. “The healthier your …

Time is running out to complete hunter education

OLYMPIA – With the first fall big game hunting season now underway, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) reminds hunters that time is running out to complete mandatory hunter …

THE WASHINGTON OUTDOOR REPORT August 13

Common sense isn’t common, negligence is all too often prolific and these two factors combine to create wildfires in our forests and across our landscapes every year. According to the National …

THE WASHINGTON OUTDOOR REPORT August 6

Chinook salmon have not been swimming in the waters of the Upper Columbia River above Grand Coulee Dam since it was built in 1941 but several Native American tribes in our region are working on …

THE WASHINGTON OUTDOOR REPORT July 30

LAKE WENATCHEE Lake Wenatchee is experiencing a big sockeye boom this year. As of July 21, 67,354 sockeye salmon had passed through Tumwater Dam enroute to Lake Wenatchee. This is well over the …

Cascade High School Cheerleading Accomplishments

The Cascade High School Varsity Cheer Squad attended the National Cheerleaders Association (NCA) CheerLeadership Camp at Central Washington University the week of July 10-14, a skill and leadership …

Check out Washington State Parks this summer

Washington’s state parks are some of the most iconic in the country. Now, more families will be able to experience the beauty in their backyard thanks to the expanded Check Out Washington …

Fishing open on Lake Wenatchee

Washington State Fish and Wildlife announced that sockeye fishing will be open on Lake Wenatchee on Wednesday, July 26.   One hour before official sunrise July 26, to one hour after …

THE WASHINGTON OUTDOOR REPORT July 23

The first time I met Josie Regula was when she boarded our charter boat, the Mystic Lady, at Sportsman’s Cove Lodge on Prince of Wales Island in Southeast Alaska. The 50-something …

6 backyarding renovation mistakes to avoid

Summer and backyarding, the act of taking our indoor life outside, go hand in hand. This time of year especially, the backyard beckons for entertaining, working, exercising, relaxing, and …

THE WASHINGTON OUTDOOR REPORT July 16

Fishing Reports The coho salmon are biting in Puget Sound, especially in Marine Area 10 near Seattle where creel checkers found anglers were averaging more than one salmon apiece last weekend. A …

THE WASHINGTON OUTDOOR REPORT July 9

One of my favorite movies is “The Princess Bride”, a very fun film featuring a great cast of actors, one of whom was Mandy Patinkin who played the part of a Spanish swordsman named Inigo …

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