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S I, E I- I- I- F 3 L F q ( F ,I I Thursday, Aug. 21, 2014 - Mason County Journal - Page B-5 STAFF REPORT news@masoncoun com As of Tuesday, anglers fishing in ocean waters off Westport can keep up to two chinooks as part of their two-salmon daily limit. With that change, an- glers will be allowed to keep two chinook per day in ocean waters off West- port (Marine Area 2), La Push (Marine Area 3) and Neah Bay (Marine Area 4). Those fishing Marine Area 1 (Ilwaco) will con- tinue to be limited to one chinook as part of their two-salmon daily limit. All ocean areas are open to salmon fishing seven days per week. Wild coho must be re- leased in all four areas. Ron Warren, fisher- ies policy lead for the Washington Depart- ment of Fish and Wild- life (WDFW), said the previous daily limit of one chinook off West- port was designed to en- sure the fishery would remain open the entire season: "We've kept a close eye on the pace of catch in the area," Warren said. "With sufficient quota remaining, we want to maximize the recreation- al fishing opportunity through the rest of the season." Ocean salmon fisher- ies are scheduled to con- tinue through Sept. 30 in marine areas 1 and 2 and through Sept. 21 in marine areas 3 and 4. However, a portion of Marine Area 3 will re- open Sept. 27 through Oct. 12. Fishery managers will continue to monitor the ocean salmon fishery throughout the season and will announce any other changes on WDFW's website at STAFF REPORT news@masoncounty corn Olympic National Forest has announced four dates on which permits for commercial salal col- lection will be sold. One hundred permits will be available on each of the sale days, divided among different harvest areas. Permits will be issued from the Forks, Quinault, and Quilcene dis- trict offices during business hours Sept. 10, Nov. 5, Jan. 7, 2015, and March 18, 2015. On each sale day, 50 permits will be offered from the Quilcene office for harvest areas in Mason County and the east side of Clal- lam and Jefferson counties; 25 per- mits will be offered from the Forks office for the west side of Clallam County; and 25 permits will be of- fered from the Lake Quinault of- fice for harvest areas within Grays Harbor County and the west side of Jefferson County. Harvest unit boundaries are defined by roads or recognizable land features. A map of the har- vest areas will be distributed months. A valid United States picture identification will be re- quired at the time of purchase and those buying the permits must be at least 18 years of age. Cash or checks only will be ac- cepted; credit and debit cards will not be accepted. Only one permit may be purchased per person per with the sale of each permit, sale day. Permit holders will be limited to no more than 200 hands per day (one hand equals about 20 to 25 stems). The Forest Service rec- ommends that salal harvesters wear at least one piece of high- visibility clothing while in the woods. A lottery system will be used if the demand for permits exceeds the supply. Each permit will cost $150 and can be used for up to two Salal (Gaultheria shallon) is an understory shrub commonly used in the floral industry. It grows in dense thickets throughout Western Washington and Oregon. For addi- tional information about salal per- mit sales, contact Chris Dowling, Special Forest Products program manager, at 956-2272. For general information about Olympic National Forest, go to www.fs.fed.us/r6/olympic. https://fortress.wa.gov/ dfw/erules/efishrules/ rules all saltwater.j. Additional information on the ocean fishery, including minimum size limits and catch guidelines, is available in the Washingt. on Sport Fishing Rules pamphlet available at wdfw.wa.gov/ fishing/regulations. This Week Non-Members Welcome AT THE RANGE Memberships Available August 21, Thursday Winchester Defensive Pistol Marksmanship Program. Develop shooting skills with your concealed carry firearm. 50 rounds or more, self paced awards style shooting program. $6.00 members, $8.00 for non-members. August 22, Friday 6:00 p.m. Bullseye .22 Pistol at 50 feet on 6 targets. Skill building at its finest. Shoot rtms about an hour, 60 rounds. Beginners welcome. $3.00 for members $5.00 for non- members. August 26, Tuesday 6:00 P.M. USPSA classifier practice. 9nun or larger, 48 round count. Shooting clinic, timed and scored for practice. Come on in and hone your shooting skills. $6.00 members, $8.00 non-members. August 28, Thursday 6:00 P.M. Winchester Spozting 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: St'l~mber 3, Wednesday 7:00 pm at the range, club business meeting. The public is welcome to atte.~d. SelNember 6, Saturday 10:00 am First Steps Pistol Class $50.00. Fundamental gun safety and knowledge course including the basics of shooting a pistol. Firearm and anuno provided. Allottee time after the class to work with students who would like to shot thek personal firearm. See otur website for applications. We have fund raiser gun raffles, tickets are $2.00 per ticket. See the Ruger Camp rifle or American Classic 1911 and buy tickets at Renegade Guns in Shehon, they are open 10am-5pm Monday-Friday or contact a club member. Did you know: Since 1950. every public mass shooting (with the exception just 1) in the U.S. has occurred in a place where civilians are banned from carrying firearms. (National Review Online) MASON COUNTY SPORTSMAN' S ASSOCIATION W. 521 Business Park Rd., Shelton Message Phone 427-1102 www.masoncountysa.com for the week of August 21 through August 28, 20t4 www.hiawathacorp.com (360) 426-4562 Toll Free 1-800-421-4791 ALLYN I Case Inlet 21 2:51am 12.022 3:47am 12.023 4:35am 12.124 12:19am 5.3 Thu9:57am 0.4 Fri10:42am 0.3Sat11:21am 0.3Sun 5:17am 12.3 5:28pm 13.3 6:01pm 13.5 6:26pm 13.511:57am 0.4 11:09pm 6.3 11:48pm 5.8 6:46pm 13.6 25 12:40am 4.826 1:13am 4.3 27 1:42am 3.6 28 2:14am 3.0 Mon 5:50am 12.4 l"ue 6:35am 12.4 Wed7:14am 12.4 lhu7:56am 12.4 12:30pm 0.6 1:03pro 1.0 1:37pm 1.6 2:11pm 2.4 7:05pm 13.7 7:27pm 13.8 7:52pm 13.9 8:20pm 13.9 SHELTON i Oakland Bay 21 3:29am 12.0 22 12:15am 5.4 23 12:54am 5.0 24 1:25am 4.6 Thu 11:03am 0.4 Fri 4:25am 12.0 Sat5:13am 12.1 Sun 5:55am 12.3 6:06pm 13.3 11:48am 0.3 12:27pm 0.2 l:03pm 0.3 6:39pm 13.5 7:04pm 13.5 7:24pm 13.6 25 1:52am 4.226 2:19am 3.727 2:48am 3.128 3:20am 2.6 Mon 6:34am 12.4 Tue7:13am 12.4 Wed7:52am 12.4 Ihu 8:34am 12.4 1:36pm 0.5 2:09pm 0.9 2:43pm 1.4 3:17pm 2.0 7:43pm 13.7 8:05pm 13.8 8:30pro 13.9 8:58pm 13.9 UNION I Hood Canal 21 1:40am 9.922 2:37am9.923 3:28am Thu8:39am 0.3 Fri9:26am0.1 Sat10:08am 4:03pm 10.9 4:40pm11.3 5:14pm 9:15pm 6.7 10:03pm 6.2 10:46pm 10.024 4:15am 10.1 0.1 Sun10:47am 0.2 11.6 5:45pm 11.7 5.5 11:26pm 4.9 25 4:58am 10.226 12:03am 4.327 12:40am Mon 11:25am 0.4 Tue 5:39am 10.1 Wed 6:20am 6:14prn 11.8 12:01pm 0.9 12:36pm 6:43pm 11.7 7:09pm 3.828 1:17am3.3 10.0Thu7:02am 9.8 1.6 1:11pro 2.4 11.6 7:31pm 11.3 THE SUN and THE MOON 21 22 23 Sunrise 6:17am6:19am6:20am Sunset 8:13pm8"11pm8:09pm Moonrise 2:46am ; 3:41am 4:39am Moonset 5:51pro 6:27pm 6:28pm 24 25 26 27 28 6:21am 6:23am 6:24am6:25am6:26am 8:07pm 8:05pm 8:04pro 8:02pro 8:00pro 5:38am 6:37am 7:37am8:38am9:39am 7:26pm 7:53pm 8:19prn 8:44pm9:lOpm New moon August 25 th journal Tidal Informatibll c0tJrtesy NOAA I Astronomical Data courtesy U._S. 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