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When the beloved spot shrimp fishery opens May 4, anglers will have more time to pursue these prized deep-dwelling denizens.

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Another in a series of state Fish and Wildlife salmon season setting meetings wrapped up today (Wednesday, March 27) at Lynnwood Embassy Suites.

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State Fish and Wildlife announced the sport clam and oyster seasons will open early at Oak Bay and South Indian Island County parks in Jefferson County near Port Townsend.

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OLYMPIA – The fishing season for halibut will be shorter in Puget Sound this year, but anglers fishing off the southern coast of Washington will have an extra weekend day to fish for the big flatfish under catch quotas for 2013 adopted by the International Pacific Halibut Commission.

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While providing a sense of being calm and irenic, a glass-like effect on Mineral Lake seems to be inviting to anyone looking for a quiet place to relax and get a way.

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Local Fishing Reports

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The state Fish and Wildlife Commission recently adopted close to 70 sport-fishing rule changes that will take effect on May 1. Some of the highlights from the state fisheries news release were:

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Lacey, WA (March 13, 2013) – Spring Great Outdoor Days at Cabela’s marks the end of the hard, cold winter and provides hope to outdoorsmen everywhere that the thaw is beginning and it is time to prepare for spring adventures.

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TACOMA – Anglers fishing along the Washington coast will likely see a lower catch quota for chinook salmon this year, while the quota for coho is expected to be similar to last season, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) announced today.

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