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The purpose of Washington Fishing is to share fishing tips, techniques, stories and reports for Washington fishing. Members here will have access to professional fishing tips from some of the best anglers around. This site is a great place to have fun, while keeping the politics and ribbing to a minimum. Join for free to continue to make this site a great resource to make all of our fishing experiences better.

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Joe Boyd added a discussion to the group Bass Fishing
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Last rant, I'm done.

After looking back over such items as the two-stroke ban, AIS program, and now HB 1579, I guess the politically correct thing to say is I'm disappointed.We had seven people speak on behalf of the new warm water limits, one person literally drove most of the night to make the board meeting in Bellingham. If you use the number of people simply as members of the Bass Fishing page here, (749), that's less than a one percent turnout. So, we had to accept an increase in catch limits, plus the fact…See More
6 hours ago
Joe Boyd added a discussion to the group Politics, Regs and More
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"Disappointed" (PC)

After looking back over such items as the two-stroke ban, AIS program, and now HB 1579, I guess the politically correct thing to say is I'm disappointed.We had seven people speak on behalf of the new warm water limits, one person literally drove most of the night to make the board meeting in Bellingham.  If you use the number of people simply as members of the Bass Fishing page here, (749), that's less than a one percent turnout.  So, we had to accept an increase in catch limits, plus the fact…See More
6 hours ago
Dan Anderson added a discussion to the group Politics, Regs and More
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LEGISLATIVE CALENDAR Week 1

LEGISLATIVE CALENDAR Week 166th LegislatureJanuary 13 – 17, 2020January 14, 2020 12 Noon - Governor’s State of the State AddressListed below are the legislative committee activities individuals interested in Warm Water Fisheries should be following during the week. If you plan to attend a committee meeting, be sure to check the latest committee schedule before you leave home. Committee schedules change frequently. Parking is limited.HOUSE AND SENATE CONVENE – NoonOpening Day and Swearing-in…See More
Tuesday
Dan Anderson joined Jordan Doucet's group
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Politics, Regs and More

A group dedicated to the discussion of politics, rules, regulations, pending legislation and more. If you don't like politics or sharing your opinion or aren't ready to back them up, this isn't the group for you. No holds barred. See More
Tuesday
R Meyer added a discussion to the group Bass Fishing
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Reel cleaning service - northwest

Anyone have a lead on a local outfit? I have several options if I want to ship back east and I will if I have to. I'd rather support a local biz. I need 8 or ten reals handled, both spinning and baitcasters.See More
Jan 11
David Russell joined Jordan Doucet's group
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PNW Fishing Intel Center

This group is dedicated to providing inside information on tournament results around the state including club tournaments, opens, big circuits (ABA and NWB) and big fish events. Stay tuned for inside information from the top finishers, tactics, baits, plus premium content and inside intel on upcoming tournaments from the top anglers in the state!See More
Jan 10
Joe Boyd added a discussion to the group Bass Fishing
Jan 10
Joe Boyd added a discussion to the group Politics, Regs and More
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Update on County Council Mtg Jan 14th

My post disappeared, so I'll restate it.  The council public hearing scheduled for the 14th will deal with modifying the current ordinance to place wake boats at least 300 feet from the shore line on Lake Samish.  Currently, there is no consideration taking place for Lake Whatcom.  The current ordinance states that ALL powered boats be 300 feet from shore, and the no wake provision for the bridge be 2700 feet on both sides. The modification would require only wake boats be 300 feet from shore,…See More
Jan 10
 
 
 

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