Remember to submit your summer crab catch record catch by October 1st to avoid a $10 fine on next years license. Crabbers can submit catch record cards to WDFW by mail at CRC Unit, 600 Capitol Way N., Olympia, WA 98501-1091. They can also report their catch online at https://fishhunt.dfw.wa.gov/ from Sept. 8 through Oct. 1.
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Reminder that all summer crab catch cards are due by October 1st. WDFW is still fining $10 for all cards not turned in, so be sure to do this to avoid a fine when buying your license next year. Crabbers can submit catch record cards to WDFW by mail at CRC Unit, 600 Capitol Way […]
Whatcom/Skagit July 2012 Fishing Report Summer is here and with it comes new fishing opportunities. The most interesting of those has been the Skagit River and Baker Lake sockeye fishery. The Skagit River sockeye season which opened on June 16 and closes on July 15 has been moderately successful. The biggest issue is that the […]
Marine area 7 opens for crab two weeks later than the rest of Puget Sound. Opening on July 15th for the Southern portion of Marine area 7, and on August 16th in the Northern part (Gulf of Georgia). Once open, the crab fishery is open Thursday through Monday each week. Check the WDFW map to […]
Remember to submit your winter crab catch card to avoid a $10 penalty on your license for next year. Check your catch card for details, and go to the following link to submit. https://fishhunt.dfw.wa.gov/wdfw/puget_sound_crab_catch.html
Crabbing in most of Puget Sound will be closing at sunset on Labor day. The exceptions to this closure are area 7-north and area 7-south, or much of the San Juan Islands. However, anyone out catching crab after Sept. 5 will need to record those crab on their winter catch card. Summer catch cards are due no […]