Starting tomorrow (Wednesday), fishing will open for hatchery steelhead on the mainstem upper Columbia, Wenatchee, Icicle, Methow and Okanogan rivers until further notice.
Returns of fall Chinook to the Columbia River have reached record-high numbers, leading to the raising of the daily limit for Chinook salmon at Drano Lake and the upper Klickitat River.
It’s now seven years and counting…for those keeping track of the number of Mid-Columbia Senior Golf Tour titles Black Rock Creek has pocketed.
Turn out the lights, the party’s over. Well…at least for 11 of the teams that took part in this year’s Mid-Columbia Senior Golf Tour.
Portions of the Snake River were opened yesterday (Monday) for the harvest of fall chinook, thanks in part to a sizable number of fish returning to the Snake River this fall.
An increase in the fall chinook run has far exceeded the earlier forecast, giving area fishermen larger daily limits than previously announced, according to the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife.
Thanks to an increase in the number of fall chinook returning to the Columbia River, fisherman using two poles now can claim a daily limit of six salmon in the area commonly known as the Hanford Reach portion of the Columbia River.
A redshirt junior on the University of Idaho men’s golf team this fall, Zach Wanderscheid claimed top honors in the 2013 Banana Belt.
Marlana Williams of Zillah emerged victorious in ladies play at Black Rock Creek Golf Course last week.
KENNEWICK – A sixth-place finish for the Black Rock Creek team at last week’s stop on the 2013 Mid-Columbia Senior Golf Tour was the first time this summer the Sunnyside-area squad didn’t place in the top three.
Carol Monholland bested the field, and had her way with the course, in ladies 18-hole play at Black Rock Creek Golf Course this past Tuesday.
GRANDVIEW – With driving ambition to exhibit willpower and strength, nearly a dozen teams of horses competed last Friday at the annual team pull competition at Fisher Arena in Grandview.