Lending a Hand to Make Fishing Rules Clearer

It’s not uncommon for the Bureau of Land Management and the Washington Fish and Wildlife Department to field questions from new anglers, floaters or others seeking to responsibly explore the Yakima River’s many recreation possibilities.

More than 350,000 people each year visit the four BLM access sites in the Yakima River Canyon, according to BLM recreation planner Diane Priebe. Still more enter the water at various wildlife department sites in Kittitas County to enjoy the outdoors and find respite from the summer heat.

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