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Thursday, July 17, 2014 - Mason County Journal - Page B-5 STAFF REPORT news@masoncounty, com Anglers will be able to retain eight salmon and up to six adult sockeye salmon in the main stem of the Columbia River above Priest Rapids Dam. Effective dates and locations: Main stem of the Columbia River - (1) From U.S. Highway 395 Bridge at Pasco to Priest Rapids Dam, July 15 - July 31, 2014. (2) From Priest Rapids Dam to Wanapum Dam, July 11 - Aug. 31, 2014. (3) From Wanapum Dam to Wells Dam, July 11 - Oct. 15, 2014. (4) From Wells Dam to state Route 173 Bridge in Brewster, July 16 - Aug. 31, 2014. (5) From state Route 173 Bridge in Brewster to Chief Joseph Dam, July 11 - Oct. 15, 2014 Sockeye salmon are the only species affected. The Sockeye salmon returns above Priest Rapids Dam are predicted to be far in excess of needs for wild fish escapement to the spawning grounds and the population is not listed under the Endangered Species Act (ESA). The minimum size is 12 inches. Daily limit for each angler is eight salmon, up to two may be adult hatchery chinook and up to six may be sockeye. An- glers must release coho and wild adult chinook. All sockeye with a colored anchor (floy) tag attached must be released. All anglers must possess a valid fishing license and a Columbia River Salmon/Steelhead Endorse- ment to participate in this fishery. Revenue from the endorsement supports salmon or steelhead sea- sons on many rivers in the Columbia River system, including enforcing fishery regulations and moni- toring the upper Columbia River steelhead fish- eries. The endorsement has generated more than $1 million annually for WDFW to maintain and increase fishing opportunities throughout the Co- lumbia River Basin. For more information, contact Travis Maitland, District 7 fish biologist, Wenatchee, 509-665-3337; Ryan Fortier, District 6 fish biologist, Twisp 509- 997-0316; Jeff Korth, Region Two fish program manager, Ephrata, 509-754-4624, ext. 224; John Easterbrooks, Region 3 fish program manager, Ya- kima, 509-457-9330. Fishers must have a current Washington fishing license, appropriate to the fishery. Check the WDFW "Fishing in Washington" rules pamphlet for STAFF REPORT tend the season for hatchery-reared news@masoncoun com summer chinook salmon after up- grading their projection of the run Anglers fishing the lower Co- size to 74,000 fish, up from 67,500. lumbia River can now catch andThe fishery for summer chinook keep summer chinook -- along below Bonneville Dam closed July with sockeye salmon -- through7 after a four-day extension. the end of the month. Under the states' latest action, Fishery managers from Wash- anglers fishing the lower Columbia ington and Oregon agreed to ex- River can retain up to two adult salmon or hatchery steelhead, or one of each, a day through July 31. Anglers may retain sockeye and hatchery summer chinook salmon as part of their daily limit. All oth- er salmon species must be released unharmed. For more information, check the fishing rule change at fortress. wa.gov/dfw/erules]efishrules. details on fishing seasons and regulations. Fishing rules are subject to change. Check the WDFW Fishing hotline for the latest rule information at 902-2500, press 2 for recreational rules. For the Shellfish Rule Change hotline, call 796-3215 or 1-866-880-5431. This Non-Members Welcome AT THE RANGE Memberships Available July 17, Thursday Winchester Defensive Pistol Marksmanship Program Develop shooting skills with your concealed carry and/or home protection firearm. 60 rounds or more, self paced awards style shooting program. $6.00 members, $8.00 for non-members. July 18, Friday 6:00 pm Bullseye .22 Pistol at 50 feet on 6 targets. Skill building at its finest. Shoot runs about an hour, 60 rounds. $3.00 for members $5.00 for non-members July 19-20, Range Safety Officer Class 10 am- 3 pm $100 for members $120 for non-members. This 9 hour class over two days is intended to develop NRA Certified Range Safety Officers who possess the knowledge, skills, and attitude essential to organizing, conducting, and supervising safe shooting activities and range operations. July 22, Tuesday 6:00 P.M. Action Pistol League Move and shoot for .38 special, 9mm,-and up. 48 rounds on a mix of targets, awards after 5 matches. This is a very popular event at the range, $6.00 for members and $8.00 for non-members. Spectators are welcome, bring eye and ear protection. July 24, Thursday 6:00 P.M. Winchester Sporting Rifle Marksmanship Bring any safe sporting .221r rifle and 60 plus rounds of amino, eye and hearing protection. Runs about 2 hours. $6.00 members $8.00 non-members. COMING UP: August 2, 10:00 am-3:30 pm First Steps Pistol Class. Firearm and ammunition provided. Applications and payment information on the club website. Don't put off sending in an application, classes fill up fast. $50.00 per person. Aagast 6, 6:00 pm PUD 3 meeting room. Kathy Jackson a firearms instructor, a home school morn, a small business owner, a former magazine editor, and a freelance writer will speak. Learn more about her at her website www.comeradcat.com. Public welcome, no fee. We have fund raising gun raffles, tickets are $2.00 per ticket. See the Ruger Camp rifle or American Classic 1911 and buy tickets at Renegade Guns in Shelton, they are open 10am-5pm Monday-Friday or contact a club member. MASON COUNTY SPORTSMAN' S ASSOCIATION W. 521 Business Park Rd., Shelton Message Phone 427-1102 www.masoncountysa.com for the week of July t 7 through July 24, 2014 Hunt, fish and explore private land less than 30 minutes from Olympia. Secure your access to big game and bird hunting and fishing on 24,000 acres of forest land. Motorized permits are only $250. 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