Tag: Fishermen

Quileute Tribe Boosts Sol Duc Summer Run

The Sol Duc River on the northwestern Olympic Peninsula runs at its lowest and warmest when summer chinook return to its waters every year. Despite being in one of the world’s greatest temperate rain forests, near-drought...

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Kitsap Sun: Gorst Chinook Run Changes

The Kitsap Sun reported on the potentially early-returning chinook to Sinclair Inlet in a few years. GORST — Three years from now, anglers and tribal fishermen should be able to catch chinook salmon in Sinclair Inlet during July...

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Vandals target tribal fishermen

From the Olympian: A vulgar graffiti message scrawled on the upstream side of the Old Pacific Highway bridge across the Nisqually River is a sign that racism hasn’t died out near the river, a Nisqually tribal official said...

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Tired of Salmon?

OLYMPIA – There’s a new bug that’s been going around for the last couple years. State and federal elected officials and bureaucrats seem to be coming down with it more than anyone else. It’s called “salmon fatigue”...

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