Wild About Washington - July 2004





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Hosted by Sue Cochran, Fish Program, Olympia

- This summer's salmon season on the coast and in Puget Sound may be a good one for anglers. A report from Puget Sound Recreational Salmon Biologist Steve Thiesfeld. Also, comments from Rich Lincoln, fisheries biologist.

- You can get paid to go fishing if you go to the Columbia River and fish for the Northern pike minnow. Eric Winther, Sport Reward Fishery Mgr.

- A Tri-cities area hatchery has become a café for many birds. Their numbers are being kept in check thanks to a bigger and faster bird. Steve Rodgers, Hatchery Program

- Hundreds of acres of wildlife land has been acquired in Asotin County. This will offer hunting as well as additional watchable wildlife opportunities. John Andrews, Region One director

- Where to see Washington's wildlife during the next few weeks.


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