State Planning To Reopen Fishing On A River Owned By A Tribe

Washington officials are looking to reopen salmon fishing on the Skokomish River this year. Kitsap Sun reports the Skokomish Tribe, who controls the lower stretch of the river, began banning … Click to Continue »

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