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Fishing report – January 6th 2012

FISHING REPORT January 6th, 2011 By Ken Shagren, Fishing Pro Staff, Dave’s Sports Shop  “Remember to check the official WDFW regulations before going out!” Welcome to the Dave’s Sports Shop fishing report. Check in with us as we attempt to keep you informed on where the fish are biting and what is working to catch them. We will try […]

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Official: Puget Sound rivers closing to all fishing to protect wild steelhead

Well, it’s official that some Puget Sound rivers are closing soon to protect wild steelhead, although we weren’t holding out hope that it would be any different this year than previously. WDFW has announced the closures for February 1st 2012, and February 16th 2012 for certain parts of certain rivers, on the Puyallup, Nooksack, Skagit, […]

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Fishing report: December 3rd, 2011, it’s December and it’s time for anglers to start thinking steelhead.

NORTHWEST WASHINGTON FRESHWATER      If its December then its time for anglers to start thinking steelhead. There have already been reports of fish taken from the Cascade River, a tributary of the Skagit, and rumors of fish hooked in the Nooksack as well. Keep in mind that there is an emergency closure of the North Fork […]

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North Fork Nooksack river closure information

On December 1st, the North Fork of the Nooksack river from the Mosquito Lake Rd. bridge upstream to just above the Hatchery will close to all fishing until further notice.  The reason for the closure is that the hatchery needs to be assured that they will get their broodstock hatchery steelhead. Not to worry, this […]

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October 2011 Fishing Report: Silvers are in the rivers, and more…

October 1, 2011 NORTHWEST WASHINGTON FRESHWATER After a great Pink salmon season on the Skagit and Nooksack rivers, early fall rains are changing the fishing dynamic on both systems. Sports fishermen should now concentrate on silvers entering local rivers as these streams rise and fall with each new weather system. Reports of early silvers on the Skagit and Nooksack […]

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