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PDFWAC 220-660-300

Mineral prospecting.

(1) Description: Mineral prospecting projects excavate, process, or classify aggregate using hand-held mineral prospecting tools and mineral prospecting equipment. When prospectors locate valuable minerals through prospecting, they may attempt to recover larger quantities of the minerals using a variety of equipment, including suction dredges, high bankers, and heavy equipment. The rules in this section apply to using hand-held mineral prospecting tools and a variety of small mineral prospecting equipment. This section does not apply to metals mining and milling operations as defined in chapter 78.56 RCW. Suction dredging is not authorized in this section. See WAC 220-660-305 for suction dredging rules.
(2) Fish life concerns: Mineral prospecting and mining activities can harm fish life and habitat that supports fish life.
(a) Direct impacts from mineral prospecting and mining activities can include:
(i) Mortality from the physical effects of disturbing eggs or fry incubating within the bed; and
(ii) Lower environmental productivity resulting from habitat modifications such as altered stream beds or lowered water quality.
(b) Indirect impacts can include changes in food resources and human disturbances.
(c) The department minimizes impacts of mineral prospecting by restricting the type of mining equipment allowed, limiting excavation zones within streams, and setting allowable timing windows.
(3) General requirements:
(a) A copy of the current Gold and Fish pamphlet is available from the department, and it contains the rules that a person must follow when using the pamphlet as the HPA for the mineral prospecting project.
(b) Alternatively, a person may request exceptions to the Gold and Fish pamphlet by applying for a standard written HPA as described in WAC 220-660-050. The department must deny an HPA when, in the judgment of the department, the project will result in direct or indirect harm to fish life, unless enough mitigation can be assured by provisioning the HPA or modifying the proposal. The department may apply saltwater provisions to written HPAs for tidally influenced areas upstream of river mouths and the mainstem Columbia River downstream of Bonneville Dam.
(c) Nothing in chapter 220-660 WAC relieves a person of the duty to obtain landowner permission and any other required permits before conducting any mineral prospecting activity.
(4) Mineral prospecting in freshwater without timing restrictions:
(a) A person may mineral prospect year-round in all fresh waters of the state, except lakes. A person must follow the rules listed below, but does not need to have the Gold and Fish pamphlet on the job site when working in fresh waters of the state.
(b) When mineral prospecting without timing restrictions, a person may use only hand-held mineral prospecting tools and the following mineral prospecting equipment:
(i) Pans;
(ii) Spiral wheels; and
(iii) Sluices, concentrators, mini rocker boxes, and mini high-bankers with riffle areas totaling three square feet or less, including ganged equipment.
(c) A person may not use vehicle-mounted winches. A person may use one hand-operated winch to move boulders or large woody material that is not embedded or located within the wetted perimeter. A person may use additional cables, chains, or ropes to stabilize boulders, or large woody material that is not embedded.
(d) A person may work within the wetted perimeter only from one-half hour before official sunrise to one-half hour after official sunset.
(e) A person may not disturb fish life or redds within the bed. If a person observes or encounters fish life or redds within the bed, or actively spawning fish when collecting or processing aggregate, a person must relocate their operation. A person must avoid areas containing live freshwater mussels. If a person encounters live mussels during excavation, a person must relocate the operation.
(f) Aggregate excavation, collection, and removal:
(i) A person may excavate only by hand or with hand-held mineral prospecting tools.
(ii) A person may not excavate, collect, or remove aggregate from within the wetted perimeter. See Figures 1 and 2.
Figure 1: Cross section of a typical body of water, showing areas where excavation is not permitted under rules for mineral prospecting without timing restrictions. Dashed lines indicate areas where excavation is not permitted.
(iii) A person may work in only one excavation site at a time. However, a person may use a second excavation site as a settling pond. Multiple persons may work within a single excavation site.
(iv) When collecting or excavating aggregate, a person may not stand within, or allow aggregate to enter, the wetted perimeter.
(v) A person must fill all excavation sites and level all tailing piles before moving to another excavation site or abandoning an excavation site. If a person moves boulders, a person must return them, as well as possible, to their original location.
(vi) A person may not undermine, move, or disturb large woody material embedded in the slopes or located wholly or partially within the wetted perimeter. A person may move large woody material and boulders located entirely within the frequent scour zone, but a person must keep them within the frequent scour zone. A person may not cut large woody material. See Figure 2.
Figure 2: Permitted and prohibited excavation sites in a typical body of water under rules for mineral prospecting without timing restrictions. Dashed lines indicate areas where excavation is not permitted.
(vii) A person may not undermine, cut, or disturb live, rooted woody vegetation of any kind.
(viii) A person may not excavate, collect, or remove aggregate from the toe of the slope. A person also may not excavate, collect, or remove aggregate from an unstable slope or any slope that delivers, or might deliver sediment to the wetted perimeter or frequent scour zone. See Figures 3 and 4.
Figure 3: Limits on excavating, collecting, and removing aggregate on stream banks.
Figure 4: Excavating, collecting and removing aggregate within the wetted perimeter is not permitted.
(g) Processing aggregate:
(i) A person may stand within the wetted perimeter when processing aggregate with pans, spiral wheels, and sluices.
(ii) A person may not stand on or process directly on redds, or disturb incubating fish life. A person may not allow tailings or visible sediment plumes (visibly muddy water) to enter redds or areas where fish life are located within the bed.
(iii) A person may not level or disturb tailing piles that remain within the wetted perimeter after processing aggregate.
(iv) If a person collected or excavated aggregate outside of the frequent scour zone, a person must classify it at the collection or excavation site before processing.
(v) When using a sluice, a person may process only classified aggregate within the wetted perimeter.
(vi) The maximum width of a sluice, measured at its widest point, including attachments, must not exceed twenty-five percent of the width of the wetted perimeter at the point of placement.
(vii) A person may process with a sluice only in areas within the wetted perimeter that are composed mainly of boulders and bedrock. A person must separate sluice locations by at least fifty feet. A person may not place structures within the wetted perimeter to check or divert the water flow.
(viii) A person may operate mini high-bankers or other concentrators only outside the wetted perimeter. A person may not allow visible sediment or muddy water to enter the wetted perimeter. A second excavation site may be used as a settling pond.
(ix) As provided in RCW 77.57.010 and 77.57.070, any device a person uses for pumping water from fish-bearing waters must be equipped with a fish guard to prevent fish from entering the pump intake. A person must screen the pump intake with material that has openings no larger than five sixty-fourths inch for square openings, measured side to side, or three thirty-seconds inch diameter for round openings, and the screen must have at least one square inch of functional screen area for every gallon per minute (gpm) of water drawn through it. For example, a one hundred gpm-rated pump would require a screen with a surface area of at least one hundred square inches.
(x) A person may not excavate, collect, remove, or process aggregate within four hundred feet of any fishway, dam, or hatchery water intake.
(xi) A person may not disturb existing fish habitat improvement structures or stream channel improvements.
(xii) All equipment fueling and servicing must be done so that petroleum products do not enter the wetted perimeter or frequent scour zone. If a petroleum sheen or spill is observed, a person must immediately stop work, remove the equipment from the body of water, and contact the Washington military department emergency management division. A person may not return the equipment to the water until the problem is corrected. A person must store fuel and lubricants outside the frequent scour zone, and in the shade when possible.
(xiii) If at any time, as a result of project activities, a person observes a fish kill or fish life in distress, a person must immediately cease operations and notify the department and the Washington military department emergency management division of the problem. A person may not resume work until the department gives approval. The department will require additional measures to mitigate the prospecting impacts.
(5) Mineral prospecting in fresh waters with timing restrictions:
(a) A person may mineral prospect in fresh waters of the state only during the times and with the mineral prospecting equipment limitations identified in subsection (7) of this section. A person must have the Gold and Fish pamphlet on the job site and comply with the provisions listed below.
(b) When mineral prospecting with timing restrictions, a person may use only hand-held mineral prospecting tools and the following mineral prospecting equipment:
(i) Pans;
(ii) Spiral wheels;
(iii) Sluices, concentrators, rocker boxes, and high-bankers with riffle areas totaling ten square feet or less, including ganged equipment;
(iv) Power sluice/suction dredge combinations, when configured and used as high-bankers or power sluices, that have riffle areas totaling ten square feet or less, including ganged equipment; and pump intake hoses with inside diameters of four inches or less; and
(v) High-bankers and power sluices that have riffle areas totaling ten square feet or less, including ganged equipment, and pump intake hoses with inside diameters of four inches or less.
(c) The widest point of a sluice, including attachments, must not exceed twenty-five percent of the width of the wetted perimeter at the point of placement.
(d) The suction intake nozzle and hose of power sluice/suction dredge combinations may not be attached to the equipment or stored on the job site.
(e) A person may not use vehicle-mounted winches. A person may use one motorized winch and one hand-operated winch to move boulders and large woody material that is not embedded, and additional cables, chains, or ropes to stabilize them.
(f) Equipment separation:
(i) A person may use hand-held mineral prospecting tools; pans; spiral wheels; or sluices, mini rocker boxes, or mini high-bankers with riffle areas totaling three square feet or less, including ganged equipment, as close to other mineral prospecting equipment as desired.
(ii) When operating any sluice or rocker box with a riffle area larger than three square feet (including ganged equipment), power sluice/suction dredge combination, high-banker, or power sluice within the wetted perimeter, a person's equipment must be at least two hundred feet from all others also operating this type of equipment or a suction dredge. This separation is measured as a radius from the center of the equipment the person is operating. A person may locate this equipment closer than two hundred feet if only one piece of equipment is actually operating within that two hundred foot radius.
(iii) When operating any sluice or rocker box with a riffle area larger than three square feet (including ganged equipment), power sluice/suction dredge combination, high-banker, or power sluice outside of the wetted perimeter that discharges tailings or wastewater to the wetted perimeter, a person's equipment must be at least two hundred feet from all others also operating this type of equipment or a suction dredge. This separation is measured as a radius from the center of the equipment the person is operating. A person may locate this equipment closer than two hundred feet if only one piece of equipment is actually operating within that two hundred-foot radius.
(g) As provided in RCW 77.57.010 and 77.57.070, any device a person uses for pumping water from fish-bearing waters must be equipped with a fish guard to prevent fish from entering the pump intake. A person must screen the pump intake with material that has openings no larger than five sixty-fourths inch for square openings, measured side to side, or three thirty-seconds inch diameter for round openings, and the screen must have at least one square inch of functional screen area for every gallon per minute (gpm) of water drawn through it. For example, a one hundred gpm-rated pump would require a screen with a surface area of at least one hundred square inches.
(h) All equipment fueling and servicing must be done so that petroleum products do not enter the wetted perimeter or frequent scour zone. If a petroleum sheen or spill is observed, a person must immediately stop work, remove the equipment from the body of water, and contact the Washington military department emergency management division. A person may not return the equipment to the water until the problem is corrected. A person must store fuel and lubricants outside the frequent scour zone, and in the shade when possible.
(i) A person may work within the wetted perimeter or frequent scour zone only from one-half hour before official sunrise to one-half hour after official sunset. If a person's mineral prospecting equipment exceeds one-half the width of the wetted perimeter of the stream, a person must remove the equipment from the wetted perimeter or move it so that at least fifty percent of the wetted perimeter is free of equipment from one-half hour after official sunset to one-half hour before official sunrise.
(j) A person may not excavate, collect, remove, or process aggregate within four hundred feet of any fishway, dam, or hatchery water intake.
(k) A person must not disturb existing fish habitat improvement structures or stream channel improvements.
(l) A person may not undermine, move, or disturb large woody material embedded in the slopes or located wholly or partially within the wetted perimeter. A person may move large woody material and boulders located entirely within the frequent scour zone, but a person must keep them within the frequent scour zone. A person may not cut large woody material.
(m) A person may not undermine, cut, or disturb live, rooted woody vegetation of any kind.
(n) A person may work in only one excavation site at a time. However, a person may use a second excavation site as a settling pond. Multiple individuals may work within a single excavation site.
(o) A person must fill all excavation sites and level all tailing piles before moving to another excavation site or abandoning an excavation site.
(p) A person may not excavate, collect, or remove aggregate from the toe of the slope. A person also may not excavate, collect, or remove aggregate from an unstable slope or any slope that delivers, or might deliver, sediment to the wetted perimeter or frequent scour zone. See Figures 5 and 6.
Figure 5: Cross section of a typical body of water showing unstable slopes, stable areas, and permitted or prohibited excavation sites under rules for mineral prospecting with timing restrictions. Dashed line indicates areas where excavation is not permitted.
Figure 6: Permitted and prohibited excavation sites in a typical body of water under rules for mineral prospecting with timing restrictions. Dashed lines indicates areas where excavation is not permitted.
(q) A person may partially divert a body of water into mineral prospecting equipment. However, at no time may the diversion structure be greater than fifty percent of the width of the wetted perimeter, including the width of the equipment. A person may not divert the body of water outside of the wetted perimeter.
(r) A person may use materials only from within the wetted perimeter, or artificial materials from outside the wetted perimeter, to construct the diversion structure by hand. Before abandoning the site, a person must remove artificial materials used to construct a diversion structure and restore the site to its approximate original condition.
(s) A person may process aggregate collected from the frequent scour zone:
(i) At any location if a person uses pans; spiral wheels; mini rocker boxes; mini high-bankers; or sluices or other concentrators with riffle areas three square feet or less, including ganged equipment.
(ii) Only in the frequent scour zone or upland areas landward of the frequent scour zone if a person uses power sluice/suction dredge combinations, high-bankers, or power sluices with riffle areas totaling ten square feet or less, including ganged equipment; or sluices or rocker boxes that have riffle areas larger than three, but less than ten square feet, including ganged equipment. A person may not discharge tailings to the wetted perimeter when using this equipment. However, a person may discharge wastewater to the wetted perimeter if its entry point into the wetted perimeter is at least two hundred feet from any other wastewater discharge entry point.
(t) A person may process aggregate collected from upland areas landward of the frequent scour zone:
(i) At any location if a person uses pans; spiral wheels; or sluices, concentrators, mini rocker boxes, and mini high-bankers with riffle areas totaling three square feet or less, including ganged equipment. A person must classify the aggregate at the excavation site before processing with this equipment within the wetted perimeter or frequent scour zone.
(ii) Only at an upland location landward of the frequent scour zone if a person uses power sluice/suction dredge combinations; high-bankers; power sluices; or rocker boxes. A person may not allow tailings or wastewater to enter the wetted perimeter or frequent scour zone.
(iii) Within the wetted perimeter or frequent scour zone if a person uses a sluice with a riffle area greater than three square feet. A person must classify the aggregate at the excavation site prior to processing with a sluice with a riffle area exceeding three square feet.
(u) A person may use pressurized water only for crevicing or for redistributing dredge tailings within the wetted perimeter. No other use of pressurized water is permitted.
(v) A person may conduct crevicing in the wetted perimeter, in the frequent scour zone, or landward of the frequent scour zone. The hose connecting fittings of pressurized water tools used for crevicing may not have an inside diameter larger than three-quarters of an inch. If a person crevices landward of the frequent scour zone, no sediment or wastewater may be discharged into the wetted perimeter or the frequent scour zone.
(w) A person must avoid areas containing live freshwater mussels. If a person encounters live mussels during excavation, a person must relocate the operation.
(x) A person may not disturb redds. If a person observes or encounters redds or actively spawning fish when collecting or processing aggregate, a person must relocate the operation.
(y) If at any time, as a result of project activities, a person observes a fish kill or fish life in distress, a person must immediately stop operations and notify the department and the Washington military department emergency management division of the problem. A person may not resume work until the department gives approval. The department will require additional measures to mitigate the prospecting impacts.
(6) Mineral prospecting on ocean beaches:
(a) A person may mineral prospect year-round on ocean beaches of the state. A person must follow the rules listed below, and must have the Gold and Fish pamphlet on the job site when working on ocean beaches of the state, except as noted in this subsection.
(b) A person may mineral prospect only between the line of ordinary high tide and the line of extreme low tide on beaches within the Seashore Conservation Area set under RCW 79A.05.605 and managed by Washington state parks and recreation commission.
(c) No written or pamphlet HPA is required to mineral prospect south of the Copalis River, if a person operates landward of the upper limit of ghost shrimp burrowing in the beach; waterward of the ordinary high tide line; and a person does not use fresh water from fish-bearing streams during operations. See Figure 7.
Figure 7. Beach area where no written or pamphlet HPA is required.
(d) A person may use only hand-held mineral prospecting tools and the following mineral prospecting equipment:
(i) Pans;
(ii) Spiral wheels;
(iii) Sluices, concentrators, rocker boxes, and high-bankers with riffle areas totaling ten square feet or less, including ganged equipment;
(iv) Power sluice/suction dredge combinations, when configured and used as high-bankers or power sluices, that have riffle areas totaling ten square feet or less, including ganged equipment; and
(v) High-bankers and power sluices that have riffle areas totaling ten square feet or less, including ganged equipment, and pump intake hoses with inside diameters of four inches or less.
(e) The suction dredge intake nozzle and hose of power sluice/suction dredge combinations may not be attached to the equipment or stored on the job site.
(f) When operated in fish-bearing freshwater streams, the widest point of a sluice, including attachments, must not exceed twenty-five percent of the width of the wetted perimeter at the point of placement.
(g) A person may not use vehicle-mounted winches. A person may use one motorized winch and one hand-operated winch to move boulders and large woody material that is not embedded, and additional cables, chains, or ropes to stabilize them.
(h) Under RCW 77.57.010 and 77.57.070, any device a person uses for pumping water from fish-bearing waters must be equipped with a fish guard to prevent fish from entering the pump intake. A person must screen the pump intake with material that has openings no larger than five sixty-fourths inch for square openings, measured side to side, or three thirty-seconds inch diameter for round openings, and the screen must have at least one square inch of functional screen area for every gallon per minute (gpm) of water drawn through it. For example, a one hundred gpm-rated pump would require a screen with a surface area of at least one hundred square inches.
(i) All equipment fueling and servicing must be done so that petroleum products do not enter the wetted perimeter. If a petroleum sheen or spill is observed, a person must immediately stop work, remove the equipment from the body of water and beach, and contact the Washington military department emergency management division. A person may not return the equipment to the water or beach until the problem is corrected. A person must store fuel and lubricants away from the water inside a vehicle or landward of the beach, and in the shade when possible.
(j) A person may work only from one-half hour before official sunrise to one-half hour after official sunset. If a person uses mineral prospecting equipment in a fish-bearing freshwater stream and the equipment exceeds one-half the width of the wetted perimeter of the stream, a person must remove the equipment from the wetted perimeter or move it so that at least fifty percent of the wetted perimeter is free of equipment from one-half hour after official sunset to one-half hour before official sunrise.
(k) A person may not undermine, cut, disturb, or move embedded large woody material or woody debris jams.
(l) A person may work in only one excavation site at a time. However, a person may use a second excavation site as a settling pond. Multiple persons may work within a single excavation site.
(m) A person must backfill all trenches, depressions, or holes created in the beach during project activities before moving to another excavation site (except during use as a settling pond) or leaving an excavation site.
(n) A person may partially divert a body of water into mineral prospecting equipment. However, at no time may the diversion structure be greater than fifty percent of the width of the wetted perimeter of a fish-bearing freshwater stream, including the width of the equipment. A person may not divert the body of water outside of the wetted perimeter.
(o) A person may use materials only from within the wetted perimeter, or artificial materials from outside the wetted perimeter, to construct the diversion structure by hand. Before abandoning the site, a person must remove artificial materials used to construct a diversion structure and restore the site to its approximate original condition.
(p) A person may use pressurized water only for redistributing dredge tailings within the wetted perimeter. No other use of pressurized water is permitted.
(q) A person may not disturb live razor clams or other shellfish within the bed. If a person observes or encounters live razor clams or other shellfish during excavation, the person must relocate the operation.
(r) If at any time, as a result of project activities, a person observes a fish kill or fish life in distress, a person must immediately stop operations and notify the department, and the Washington military department emergency management division of the problem. A person may not resume work until the department gives approval. The department will require additional measures to mitigate the prospecting impacts.
(7) Authorized work times by specific state waters for mineral prospecting and placer mining projects:
(a) A person may conduct mineral prospecting and placer mining under subsections (5) and (6) of this section only in the state waters and during the times specified in the following table of authorized work times.
(b) The general work time for a county applies to all state waters within that county unless otherwise indicated in the table.
(c) The work time for state waters identified in the table of authorized work times applies to all its tributaries, unless otherwise indicated. Some state waters occur in multiple counties. Check the table for the county in which mineral prospecting or placer mining is to be conducted to determine the work time for that water body.
(d) Where a tributary is identified as a boundary, that boundary is the line perpendicular to the receiving stream that is projected from the most upstream point of the tributary mouth to the opposite bank of the receiving stream. See Figure 8.
(e) Mineral prospecting and placer mining within water bodies identified in the table of authorized work times as "submit application" are not authorized under the Gold and Fish pamphlet. A person must obtain a standard written HPA to work in these water bodies.
Figure 8: Where the boundary is located if a tributary listed as a boundary.
Table 1
Authorized Work Times by Specific State Waters for Mineral Prospecting and Placer Mining Projects
Washington Counties and State Waters (Water Resource Inventory Area (WRIA) in parentheses)
Mineral Prospecting is Allowed Only Between These Dates
Adams County
July 1 - October 31
Crab Creek (41.0002)
July 16 - February 28
Esquatzel Creek (36.MISC)
June 1 - February 28
Palouse River (34.0003)
July 16 - February 28
Asotin County
July 16 - September 15
Snake River (35.0002)
See Below
Alpowa Creek (35.1440)
July 16 - December 15
Asotin Creek (35.1716)
July 16 - August 15
Couse Creek (35.2147)
July 16 - December 15
Grande Ronde River (35.2192)
July 16 - September 15
Ten Mile Creek (35.2100)
July 16 - December 15
Benton County
June 1 - September 30
Columbia River
See Below
Glade Creek (31.0851)
August 1 - September 30
Yakima River (37.0002)
June 1 - September 15
Amon Wasteway (37.0009)
June 1 - September 30
Corral Creek (37.0002)
June 1 - September 30
Spring Creek (37.0205)
June 1 - September 30
Chelan County
July 16 - August 15
Columbia River
See Below
Antoine Creek (49.0294) - Mouth to falls at river mile 1.0
July 1 - February 28
Antoine Creek (49.0294) - Upstream of falls at river mile 1.0
July 1 - March 31
Chelan River (47.0052) - Mouth to Chelan Dam
July 16 - September 30
Colockum Creek (40.0760)
July 1 - October 31
Entiat River (46.0042) - Mouth to Entiat Falls
July 16 - July 31
Entiat River (46.0042) - Upstream of Entiat Falls
July 16 - March 31
Crum Canyon (46.0107)
July 16 - March 31
Mad River (46.0125)
July 16 - July 31
Indian Creek (46.0128)
July 16 - February 28
Lake Chelan (47.0052)
Submit Application
Railroad Creek (47.0410)
July 16 - September 30
Stehekin River (47.0508)
Submit Application
Twenty-Five Mile Creek (47.0195)
July 16 - September 30
Other Lake Chelan tributaries outside of North Cascades National Park
July 1 - August 15
Other Lake Chelan tributaries within North Cascades National Park
Submit Application
Number 1 Canyon (45.0011)
July 1 - February 28
Number 2 Canyon (45.0012)
July 1 - February 28
Squilchuck Creek (40.0836) - Mouth to South Wenatchee Avenue
July 1 - September 30
Squilchuck Creek (40.0836) - Upstream of South Wenatchee Avenue
July 1 - February 28
Stemilt Creek (40.0808) - Mouth to falls
July 1 - September 30
Stemilt Creek (40.0808) - Upstream of falls
July 1 - February 28
Wenatchee River (45.0030) - Mouth to Hwy 2 Bridge in Leavenworth
July 15 - September 30
Wenatchee River (45.0030) - Hwy 2 Bridge in Leavenworth to Lake Wenatchee
July 15 - August 15
Beaver Creek (45.0751)
July 1 - September 30
Chiwaukum Creek (45.0700)
July 1 - July 31
Chiwawa River (45.0759) - Mouth to Phelps Creek
July 1 - July 31
Chiwawa River (45.0759) - Upstream of Phelps Creek
July 1 - July 31
Deep Creek (45.0764)
July 1 - February 28
Phelps Creek (45.0875)
July 16 - August 15
Icicle Creek (45.0474) - Mouth to Johnny Creek
July 1 - July 31
Icicle Creek (45.0474) - Upstream of Johnny Creek
July 1 - July 31
Fourth of July Creek (45.0525)
July 1 - February 28
Lake Wenatchee (45.0030)
Submit Application
Little Wenatchee (45.0985) - Mouth to Wilderness Boundary
July 1 - July 31
Little Wenatchee (45.0985) - Upstream of Wilderness Boundary
Submit Application
White River (45.1116) - Mouth to White River Falls
July 1 - July 31
White River (45.1116) - Upstream of White River Falls
July 1 - February 28
Nason Creek (45.0888)
July 1 - July 31
Peshastin Creek (45.0232) - Mouth to Etienne Creek
July 16 - August 15
Peshastin Creek (45.0232) - Upstream of Etienne Creek
August 1 - February 28
Ingalls Creek (45.0273) - Mouth to Cascade Creek
Submit Application
Ingalls Creek (45.0273) - Upstream of Cascade Creek
July 16 - February 28
Etienne Creek (45.0323) - Mouth to falls at stream mile 2.9
Submit Application
Etienne Creek (45.0323) - Upstream of falls at stream mile 2.9
July 16 - February 28
Ruby Creek (45.0318)
July 16 - February 28
Tronson Creek (45.0346)
August 1 - February 28
Scotty Creek (45.0376)
August 1 - February 28
Shaser Creek (45.0365)
August 1 - February 28
Clallam County
July 16 - September 15
Clallam River (19.0129)
August 1 - August 15
Dungeness River (18.0018)
Submit Application
Independent Creek (18.MISC)
August 1 - August 31
Elwha River (18.0272)
August 1 - August 15
Hoko River (19.0148)
August 1 - September 15
Jimmycomelately Creek (17.0285)
August 1 - August 31
Lake Ozette (20.0046)
Submit Application
Little Quilcene River (17.0076)
July 16 - August 31
Lake Ozette tributaries
July 16 - September 15
Lyre River (19.0031)
August 1 - September 15
McDonald Creek (18.0160)
August 1 - September 15
Morse Creek (18.0185)
August 1 - August 15
Ozette River (20.0046)
July 16 - September 15
Pysht River (19.0113)
August 1 - September 15
Quillayute River (20.0096, 20.0162, 20.0175)
August 1 - August 15
Bogachiel River (20.0162)
Submit Application
Calawah River (20.0175)
August 1 - August 15
Salmon Creek (17.0245)
July 16 - August 31
Sekiu River (19.0203)
August 1 - September 15
Snow Creek (17.0219)
July 16 - August 31
Sol Duc River (20.0096)
Submit Application
Lake Pleasant (20.0313)
Submit Application
Lake Pleasant tributaries
July 16 - September 15
Sooes River (20.0015)
July 16 - September 15
Clark County
July 16 - September 30
Columbia River
See Below
Lacamas Creek (28.0160) - Mouth to dam
August 1 - August 31
Lacamas Creek (28.0160) - Upstream of dam
August 1 - September 30
Lewis River (27.0168)
August 1 - August 15
East Fork Lewis River (27.0173) - Mouth to Lucia Falls
August 1 - August 15
East Fork Lewis River (27.0173) - Lucia Falls to Sunset Falls
August 1 - February 28
East Fork Lewis River (27.0173) - Upstream of Sunset Falls
August 1 - February 28
Lake River (28.0020)
January 1 - December 31
Burnt Bridge Creek (28.0143)
August 1 - August 31
Salmon Creek (28.0059)
August 1 - August 31
Whipple Creek (28.0038)
August 1 - September 30
North Fork Lewis River (27.0334) - Confluence of East Fork to Merwin Dam
August 1 - August 15
Cedar Creek (27.0339)
August 1 - September 15
North Fork Lewis River (27.0334) - Merwin Dam to Lower Falls
July 16 - August 15
Canyon Creek (27.0442)
July 16 - February 28
North Fork Lewis River (27.0168) - Upstream of Lower Falls
July 16 - August 15
Washougal River (28.0159) - Mouth to headwaters
August 1 - August 31
Columbia County
July 16 - September 30
Touchet River (32.0097)
August 1 - August 15
Grande Ronde River tributaries (35.2192)
July 16 - August 15
North Fork Touchet/Wolf Fork (32.0761)
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South Fork Touchet (32.0708)
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Tucannon River (35.0009)
July 16 - August 15
Walla Walla River (32.0008) - Mouth to Oregon state line
July 16 - September 15
Mill Creek (32.1436) - Mouth to Oregon state line
August 1 - August 15
Cowlitz County
July 16 - September 30
Chehalis River (22.0190/23.0190) - South Fork Chehalis River - Mouth to Fisk Falls
August 1 - August 31
Chehalis River (22.0190/23.0190) - South Fork Chehalis River - Upstream of Fisk Falls
August 1 - August 31
Columbia River
See Below
Abernathy Creek (25.0297)
July 16 - September 15
Burke Creek (27.0148)
August 1 - August 31
Burris Creek (27.0151)
August 1 - August 31
Bybee Creek (27.0142)
August 1 - August 31
Canyon Creek (27.0147)
August 1 - August 31
Coal Creek (25.0340)
July 16 - September 15
Clark Creek (25.0371)
August 1 - August 31
Cowlitz River (26.0002) - Mouth to barrier dam at river mile 49.5
July 16 - August 15
Coweeman River (26.0003) - Mouth to Baird Creek
August 1 - August 31
Coweeman River (26.0003) - Upstream of Baird Creek
August 1 - August 31
Cowlitz River (26.0002) - Tributaries below barrier dam to mouth
July 16 - September 30
Owl Creek (26.1441)
July 16 - September 15
Toutle River (26.0227)
July 16 - August 15
North Fork Toutle River (26.0314) - Mouth to Debris Dam
July 16 - August 15
North Fork Toutle River (26.0314) - Upstream of Debris Dam
July 16 - August 15
Green River (26.0323) - Mouth to Shultz Creek
July 16 - September 30
Green River (26.0323) - Upstream of Shultz Creek
July 16 - September 30
South Fork Toutle (26.0248) - Mouth to Bear Creek
July 16 - September 15
South Fork Toutle (26.0248) - Upstream of Bear Creek
July 16 - September 15
Tributaries to Silver Lake
July 16 - September 30
Germany Creek (25.0313)
July 16 - September 15
Kalama River (27.0002) - Mouth to Kalama Falls
August 1 - August 15
Kalama River (27.0002) - Upstream of Kalama Falls
August 1 - August 15
Lewis River (27.0168) - Mouth to East Fork Lewis River
August 1 - August 15
North Fork Lewis River (27.0334) - Confluence of East Fork to Merwin Dam
August 1 - August 15
North Fork Lewis River (27.0334) - Merwin Dam to Lower Falls
July 16 - August 15
Mill Creek (25.0284)
July 16 - September 15
Schoolhouse Creek (27.0139)
August 1 - August 31
Douglas County
July 1 - September 30
Columbia River
See Below
Douglas Creek Canyon (44.0146)
May 16 - January 31
Foster Creek (50.0065)
August 1 - April 15
McCarteney Creek (44.0002)
July 1 - February 28
Pine/Corbaley Canyon Creek (44.0779)
September 16 - April 15
Rock Island Creek (44.0630)
July 1 - September 30
Ferry County
July 1 - August 31
Columbia River
See Below
Kettle River (60.0002)
June 16 - August 31
Boulder Creek (60.0130) - Mouth to Hodgson Road Bridge
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Boulder Creek (60.0130) - Upstream of Hodgson Road Bridge
June 16 - February 28
Deadman Creek (60.0008) - Mouth to SR395 Crossing
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Deadman Creek (60.0008) - Upstream of SR395
June 16 - February 28
Goosmus Creek (60.0254)
June 16 - February 28
Toroda Creek (60.0410)
July 1 - September 30
San Poil River (52.0004)
June 16 - September 30
Granite Creek (52.0099) - Mouth to Powerhouse Dam
June 16 - September 30
Granite Creek (52.0099) - Upstream of Powerhouse Dam
June 16 - February 28
West Fork San Poil River (52.0192) - Mouth to Deep Creek
June 16 - September 30
West Fork San Poil River (52.0192) - Upstream of Deep Creek
June 16 - September 30
Gold Creek (52.0197)
June 16 - February 28
Franklin County
June 1 - September 30
Columbia River
See Below
Snake River
See Below
Palouse River (34.0003)
July 16 - February 28
North bank tributaries of the lower Snake River between Palouse River and the mouth of the Snake River
June 16 - October 31
Garfield County
July 16 - September 30
Snake River (35.0003)
See Below
Alpowa Creek (35.1440)
July 16 - December 15
Asotin Creek (35.1716)
July 16 - August 15
Deadman Creek (35.0688)
July 16 - December 15
Grande Ronde River tributaries (35.2192)
July 16 - August 15
Meadow Creek (35.0689)
July 16 - December 15
Tucannon River (35.0009) - Mouth to Panjab Creek
July 16 - August 15
Tucannon River (35.0009) - Upstream of Panjab Creek
July 16 - August 15
Pataha Creek (35.0123) - Mouth to Pataha Creek
January 1 - December 31
Pataha Creek (35.0123) - Upstream of Pataha Creek
July 16 - December 31
Grant County
July 1 - October 31
Columbia River
See Below
Crab Creek (41.0002)
July 16 - September 15
Grays Harbor County
July 16 - October 15
Chehalis River (22.0190/23.0190) - Mouth to Porter Creek
August 1 - August 31
Chehalis River (22.0190/23.0190) - Porter Creek to Fisk Falls
August 1 - August 15
Chehalis River (22.0190/23.0190) - Upstream of Fisk Falls
August 1 - August 15
Cedar Creek (23.0570)
August 1 - September 30
Cloquallum Creek (22.0501)
August 1 - September 30
Porter Creek (23.0543)
August 1 - September 30
Satsop River (22.0360)
August 1 - August 31
Wishkah River (22.0191)
August 1 - October 15
Wynoochee River (22.0260)
August 1 - September 30
Copalis River (21.0767)
August 1 - October 15
Elk River (22.1333)
July 1 - October 31
Hoquiam River (22.0137)
August 1 - October 15
Humptulips River (22.0004) - Mouth to Forks
August 1 - September 30
Humptulips River (22.0004) - Upstream of Forks
August 1 - September 30
Johns River (22.1270)
August 1 - September 30
Moclips River (21.0731)
August 1 - October 15
North River (24.0034)
August 1 - September 30
Queets River (21.0001)
August 1 - August 15
Quinault River (21.0398)
August 1 - August 15
Raft River (21.0337)
August 1 - October 15
Island County
June 16 - October 15
Cavalero Creek (06.0065)
June 16 - December 15
Chapman Creek (06.0070)
June 16 - December 15
Crescent Creek (06.0002)
June 16 - December 15
Cultus Creek (06.0026)
June 16 - March 15
Deer Creek (06.0024)
June 16 - March 15
Dugualla Creek (06.0001)
June 16 - March 15
Glendale Creek (06.0025)
June 16 - December 15
Kristoferson Creek (06.0062-06.0063)
May 1 - December 15
Maxwelton Creek (06.0029)
June 16 - December 15
North Bluff Creek (06.0006)
June 16 - March 15
Old Clinton Creek (06.0023)
June 16 - March 15
Jefferson County
July 16 - October 31
Big Quilcene River (17.0012) - Mouth to falls
July 16 - August 31
Big Quilcene River (17.0012) - Falls to Forks
August 1 - February 28
Big Quilcene River (17.0012) - Upstream of Forks
August 1 - February 28
Bogachiel River (20.0162)
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Chimacum Creek (17.0203)
July 16 - September 15
Donovan Creek (17.0115)
July 1 - October 15
Dosewallips River (16.0442)
July 16 - August 15
Duckabush River (16.0351)
July 16 - August 15
Dungeness River (18.0018)
August 1 - August 15
Elwha River (18.0272)
August 1 - August 15
Goodman Creek (20.0406)
August 1 - September 15
Hoh River (20.0422)
August 1 - August 15
Little Quilcene River (17.0076)
July 16 - August 31
Queets River (21.0001)
August 1 - August 15
Matheny Creek (21.0165)
August 1 - August 15
Sams River (21.0205)
August 1 - August 15
Quinault River (21.0398)
August 1 - August 15
Salmon Creek (17.0245)
July 16 - August 31
Skokomish River (16.0001)
August 1 - August 31
Snow Creek (17.0219)
July 16 - August 31
Tarboo Creek (17.0129)
August 1 - September 30
Thorndyke Creek (17.0170)
August 1 - October 15
King County
July 16 - September 30
Cedar River (08.0299) - Mouth to Forks
August 1 - August 31
Cedar River (08.0299) - Upstream of Forks
August 1 - August 31
Issaquah Creek (08.0178)
August 1 - August 31
Sammamish River (08.0057)
August 1 - August 31
Steele Creek (08.0379)
July 16 - February 28
Green River (Duwamish River) (09.0001) - Mouth to Sawmill Creek
August 1 - August 31
Green River (Duwamish River) (09.0001) - Upstream of Sawmill Creek
August 1 - August 31
Lake Washington tributaries (08.LKWA)
August 1 - August 31
Snoqualmie River (07.0219) - Mouth to Snoqualmie Falls
August 1 - August 15
Snoqualmie River (07.0219) - Snoqualmie Falls to mouth of South Fork
July 16 - February 28
Patterson Creek (07.0376)
July 16 - September 30
Middle Fork Snoqualmie River (07.0219) - Mouth to Taylor Creek
July 16 - February 28
Middle Fork Snoqualmie River (07.0219) - Upstream of Taylor Creek
July 16 - February 28
Goat Creek (07.0754)
July 16 - February 28
North Fork Snoqualmie River (07.0527) - Mouth to Lennox Creek
July 16 - February 28
North Fork Snoqualmie River (07.0527) - Upstream of Lennox Creek
July 16 - February 28
Deep Creek (07.0562)
July 16 - February 28
Illinois Creek (07.0624)
July 16 - February 28
Lennox Creek (07.0596)
July 16 - February 28
Bear Creek (07.0606)
July 16 - February 28
Raging River (07.0384)
August 1 - September 15
South Fork Skykomish River (07.0012) - Mouth to Sunset Falls
August 1 - August 15
South Fork Skykomish River (07.0012) - Upstream of Sunset Falls
August 1 - August 15
Beckler River (07.1413) - Mouth to Boulder Creek
August 1 - August 15
Beckler River (07.1413) - Upstream of Boulder Creek
July 16 - February 28
Rapid River (07.1461) - Mouth to Meadow Creek
August 1 - August 31
Rapid River (07.1461) - Upstream of Meadow Creek
August 1 - February 28
Index Creek (07.1264) - Mouth to Mud Lake Creek
August 1 - August 31
Index Creek (07.1264) - Upstream of Mud Lake Creek including Salmon Creek
July 16 - February 28
Miller River (07.1329) - Mouth to Forks
August 1 - August 15
Miller River (07.1329) - Upstream of Forks
August 1 - August 15
Coney Creek (07.1347)
July 16 - February 28
East Fork Miller River (07.1329) - Mouth to Great Falls Creek
July 16 - August 15
East Fork Miller River (07.1329) - Upstream of Great Falls Creek
July 16 - February 28
Foss River (07.1562) - Mouth to Forks
July 16 - August 31
East Fork Foss River (07.1562) - Mouth to Burn Creek
July 16 - August 15
East Fork Foss River (07.1562) - Upstream of Burn Creek
July 16 - February 28
West Fork Foss River (07.1573) - Mouth to falls at river mile 2.0
July 16 - August 31
West Fork Foss River (07.1573) - Upstream of falls at river mile 2.0
July 16 - February 28
West Fork Miller River (07.1335)
July 16 - February 28
Money Creek (07.1300) - Mouth to 0.5 mile upstream of Kimball Creek
August 1 - August 31
Money Creek (07.1300) - Upstream of 0.5 mile upstream of Kimball Creek
August 1 - February 28
Kimball Creek (07.1301)
August 1 - August 31
Tye River (07.0012) - Mouth to Alpine Falls
August 1 - August 31
Tye River (07.0012) - Upstream of Alpine Falls
July 16 - February 28
South Fork Snoqualmie River (07.0467)
July 16 - February 28
Denny Creek (07.0517)
July 16 - February 28
Tolt River (07.0291) - Mouth to Forks
August 1 - August 31
North Fork Tolt River (07.0291) - Mouth to Yellow Creek
July 16 - September 15
North Fork Tolt River (07.0291) - Upstream of Yellow Creek
July 16 - February 28
South Fork Tolt River (07.0302) - Mouth to dam
July 16 - September 15
South Fork Tolt River (07.0302) - Upstream of Tolt Reservoir
July 16 - February 28
Yellow Creek (07.0337)
July 16 - February 28
White River (10.0031)
July 16 - August 15
Greenwater River (10.0122)
July 16 - August 15
Kittitas County
July 1 - September 30
Brushy Creek (40.0612)
July 1 - February 28
Colockum Creek (40.0760)
July 1 - October 31
Quilomene Creek (40.0613)
July 1 - October 31
Stemilt Creek (40.0808) - Upstream of falls
July 1 - February 28
Tarpiscan Creek (40.0723)
July 1 - February 28
Tekiason Creek (40.0686)
July 1 - February 28
Whiskey Dick Creek (40.0591)
July 1 - February 28
Yakima River (39.0002) - Roza Dam to Teanaway River
August 1 - August 31
Naches River (38.0003) - Tieton River to Bumping River
July 1 - August 15
Little Naches River (38.0852) - Mouth to Matthew Creek
July 16 - August 15
Little Naches River (38.0852) - Upstream of Matthew Creek
July 16 - August 15
Pileup Creek (38.0932)
July 16 - August 31
Gold Creek (38.MISC)
July 16 - February 28
Swauk Creek (39.1157)
July 16 - September 30
Baker Creek (39.1157)
July 16 - September 30
First Creek (39.1157)
July 16 - September 30
Iron Creek (39.1157)
July 16 - September 30
Williams Creek (39.1157)
July 16 - September 30
Boulder Creek (39.1157)
July 16 - February 28
Cougar Gulch (39.1157)
July 16 - February 28
Lion Gulch (39.1157)
July 16 - February 28
Yakima River (39.0002) - Teanaway River to Easton Dam
August 1 - August 31
Yakima River (39.0002) - Upstream of Easton Dam
August 1 - August 31
Cle Elum River (39.1434) - Mouth to dam
July 16 - August 31
Cle Elum River (39.1434) - Upstream of Cle Elum Dam
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Big Boulder Creek (39.1434MISC)
August 1 - February 28
Camp Creek (39.1434MISC)
August 1 - February 28
Fortune Creek (39.1434MISC)
August 1 - August 15
South Fork Fortune Creek (39.1434MISC)
August 1 - February 28
Howson Creek (39.1434)
July 16 - February 28
Little Salmon Le Sac Creek (39.1482)
August 1 - August 15
Paris Creek (39.1434MISC)
August 1 - February 28
Salmon Le Sac Creek (39.1520)
August 1 - February 28
Kachess River (39.1739) - Upstream of Lake Kachess
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Kachess River (39.1739) - Below dam
July 16 - August 15
Box Canyon Creek (39.1765)
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Mineral Creek (39.1792)
August 1 - August 15
Lake Keechelus (39.1842) tributaries
July 16 - August 15
Gold Creek (Lake Keechelus) (39.1842)
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Manastash Creek (39.0988)
July 16 - September 30
Naneum Creek (39.0821)
July 16 - September 30
Taneum Creek (39.1081) - Mouth to I-90
July 16 - August 31
Taneum Creek (39.1157) - Upstream of I-90
July 16 - September 30
Teanaway River (39.1236)
July 16 - August 31
NF Teanaway River (39.1260)
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Umtanum Creek (39.0553)
July 16 - September 30
Wenas Creek, Below dam (39.0032)
July 16 - October 15
Wenas Creek, Upstream of Wenas Lake (39.0032)
July 16 - February 28
Other Yakima River tributaries not listed
July 16 - August 31
Kitsap County
July 16 - October 15
Anderson Creek (15.0211)
August 1 - November 15
Barker Creek (15.0255)
August 1 - September 30
Big Beef Creek (15.0389)
August 1 - August 15
Big Scandia Creek (15.0280)
August 1 - September 30
Blackjack Creek (15.0203)
August 1 - September 30
Burley Creek (15.0056)
August 1 - September 30
Chico Creek (15.0229)
August 1 - October 15
Clear Creek (15.0249)
August 1 - September 30
Curley Creek (15.0185)
August 1 - September 30
Dewatto River (15.0420)
August 1 - August 15
Dogfish Creek (15.0285)
August 1 - August 15
Gorst Creek (15.0216)
August 1 - August 15
Grovers Creek (15.0299)
August 1 - August 31
Johnson Creek (15.0387)
August 1 - October 31
Ollala Creek (15.0107)
August 1 - September 30
Ross Creek (15.0209)
August 1 - November 15
Salmonberry Creek (15.0188)
August 1 - November 30
Seabeck Creek (15.0400)
August 1 - August 15
Steele Creek (15.0273)
August 1 - September 30
Tahuya River (15.0446)
August 1 - August 31
Union River (15.0503)
August 1 - August 31
Klickitat County
July 15 - September 30
Alder Creek (31.0459)
August 1 - September 30
Chapman Creek (31.0192)
August 1 - September 30
Glade Creek (31.0851)
August 1 - September 30
Juniper Canyon Creek (31.0378)
August 1 - September 30
Klickitat River (30.0002) - Mouth to Klickitat hatchery
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Klickitat River (30.0002) - Upstream of Klickitat hatchery
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Little White Salmon River (29.0131) - Mouth to Cabbage Creek
July 16 - January 31
Little White Salmon River (29.0131) - Upstream of Cabbage Creek
July 16 - January 31
Pine Creek (31.0354)
August 1 - September 30
Rock Creek (31.0014)
August 1 - September 30
Six Prong Creek (31.0465)
August 1 - September 30
White Salmon River (29.0160) - Mouth to Cascade Creek
July 16 - August 15
White Salmon River (29.0160) - Upstream of Cascade Creek
July 16 - August 15
Wood Gulch Creek (31.0263)
August 1 - September 30
Lewis County
August 1 - September 30
Chehalis River (22.0190/23.0190) - Mouth to South Fork Chehalis River
August 1 - August 15
Chehalis River (22.0190/23.0190) - Upstream of South Fork Chehalis River
August 1 - August 31
Newaukum River (23.0882) - Mouth to South Fork
August 1 - August 31
Newaukum River (23.0882) - Upstream of South Fork
August 1 - August 31
Skookumchuck River (23.0761)
August 1 - August 31
Cowlitz River (26.0002)
August 1 - August 15
Cispus River (26.0668) - Mouth to Squaw Creek (26.1010)
August 1 - August 15
Cispus River (26.0668) - Squaw Creek to Chambers Creek
July 16 - February 28
Cispus River (26.0668) - Upstream of Chambers Creek
July 16 - February 28
Yellowjacket Creek (26.0757)
August 1 - August 15
McCoy Creek (26.0766) - Mouth to lower falls
August 1 - August 15
McCoy Creek (26.0766) - Upstream of lower falls
July 16 - February 28
Walupt Creek (26.1010)
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Packwood Lake tributaries
August 16 - September 15
Tilton River (26.0560) - Mouth to North Fork
August 1 - September 30
Tilton River (26.0560) - Upstream of North Fork
August 1 - September 30
Toutle River (26.0227)
August 1 - August 31
North Fork Toutle River (26.0314)
July 16 - August 15
Green River (26.0323)
July 16 - September 30
Deschutes River (13.0028)
July 16 - August 31
Little Deschutes River (13.0110)
July 16 - February 28
Nisqually River (11.0008) - Upstream of Alder Lake
July 16 - September 30
Lincoln County
June 16 - February 28
Columbia River
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Hawk Creek (53.0101) - Mouth to falls
June 16 - August 31
Hawk Creek (53.0101) - Upstream of falls
June 16 - February 28
Upper Crab Creek (42.0001)
June 16 - February 28
Wilson Creek (43.0020)
June 16 - February 28
Mason County
August 1 - October 15
Cloquallum Creek (22.0501)
August 1 - September 30
Coulter Creek (15.0002)
August 1 - August 31
Dewatto River (15.0420)
August 1 - August 31
Goldsborough Creek (14.0035)
August 1 - October 15
John Creek (16.0253)
August 1 - August 31
Hamma Hamma River (16.0251) - Mouth to falls
August 1 - August 31
Johns Creek (14.0049)
August 1 - August 15
Lilliwaup River (16.0230) - Mouth to falls
August 1 - August 31
Lilliwaup River (16.0230) - Upstream of falls
August 1 - February 28
Mill Creek (14.0029)
August 1 - August 15
Satsop River (22.0360)
August 1 - August 31
Schaerer Creek (16.0326)
August 1 - August 31
Sherwood Creek (14.0094)
August 1 - August 15
Skokomish River (16.0001) - Mouth to Forks
August 1 - August 31
Skokomish River (16.0001) - Upstream of Forks
August 1 - August 31
Tahuya River (15.0446)
August 1 - August 31
Twanoh Creek (14.0134)
August 1 - October 31
Union River (15.0503)
August 1 - August 31
Okanogan County
July 1 - August 15
Aneas Creek (49.0243) - Mouth to falls
July 16 - August 31
Aneas Creek (49.0243) - Upstream of falls
July 1 - March 31
Chewiliken Creek (49.0232) - Mouth to falls
July 16 - August 31
Chewiliken Creek (49.0232) - Upstream of falls
July 1 - March 31
Chiliwist Creek (49.0034) - Mouth to falls
July 16 - August 31
Chiliwist Creek (49.0034) - Upstream of falls
July 1 - March 31
Foster Creek (50.0065)
July 1 - February 28
Methow River (48.0007) - Columbia confluence to Twisp River
July 1 - July 31
Methow River tributaries between Black Canyon Creek and Gold Creek
July 1 - February 28
Black Canyon Creek (48.0015) - Mouth to Left Fork
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Black Canyon Creek (48.0015) - Upstream of Left Fork
July 1 - February 28
Gold Creek (48.0104) - Mouth to Foggy Dew Creek
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Foggy Dew Creek (48.0153) - Mouth to Foggy Dew Falls
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Foggy Dew Creek (48.0153) - Upstream of Foggy Dew Falls
July 1 - February 28
Middle Fork Gold Creek (48.0139)
July 1 - February 28
North Fork Gold Creek (48.0104)
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Crater Creek (48.0177) - Mouth to Martin Creek
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Crater Creek (48.0177) - Upstream of Martin Creek
July 1 - February 28
Martin Creek (48.0177)
July 1 - February 28
South Fork Gold Creek (48.0105) - Mouth to Rainy Creek
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South Fork Gold Creek (48.0105) - Upstream of Rainy Creek
July 1 - February 28
Rainy Creek (48.0105)
July 1 - February 28
McFarland Creek (48.0090) - Mouth to Vinegar Gulch
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McFarland Creek (48.0090) - Upstream of Vinegar Gulch
July 1 - February 28
Methow River tributaries between Libby Creek and Beaver Creek
July 1 - February 28
Beaver Creek (48.0307)
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Frazer Creek (48.0309)
July 1 - February 28
Lightning Creek (48.0361)
July 1 - February 28
Middle Fork Beaver Creek (48.0307)
July 1 - February 28
South Fork Beaver Creek (48.0342)
July 1 - February 28
Libby Creek (48.0203) - Mouth to Hornet Draw Creek
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Libby Creek (48.0203) - Upstream of Hornet Draw
July 1 - February 28
Methow River (48.0007) - Twisp River to Goat Creek
July 1 - July 31
Methow River (48.0007) - Upstream of Goat Creek
July 1 - July 31
Chewuch River (48.0728) - Mouth to Meadow Creek
July 1 - July 31
Chewuch River (48.0728) - Upstream of Meadow Creek
July 1 - February 28
Early Winters Creek (48.1408) - Mouth to Silver Star Creek
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Early Winters Creek (48.1408) - Upstream of Silver Star Creek
July 1 - February 28
Goat Creek (48.1364) - Mouth to 500 feet upstream of Montana Creek
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Goat Creek (48.1364) - 500 feet Upstream of Montana Creek to Roundup Creek
July 1 - February 28
Goat Creek (48.1364) - Upstream of Roundup Creek
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Lost River (48.0592)
July 16 - August 15
Twisp River (48.0374)
July 1 - July 31
Buttermilk Creek (48.0466)
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North Creek (48.0674)
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North Fork Twisp River (48.0691)
July 1 - February 28
South Creek (48.0641) - Upstream of Louis Creek
July 1 - February 28
South Creek (48.0641) - Mouth to Louis Creek
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South Fork Twisp River (48.0698)
July 1 - February 28
Wolf Creek (48.1300)
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Myers Creek (60.0517)
July 1 - February 28
Bolster Creek (60.0517)
July 1 - February 28
Ethel Creek (60.0517)
July 1 - February 28
Gold Creek (60.0517)
July 1 - February 28
Mary Ann Creek (60.0517)
July 1 - February 28
North Fork Mary Ann Creek (60.0517)
July 1 - February 28
Okanogan River (49.0019) - Mouth to Zosel Dam
July 1 - August 31
Antoine Creek (49.0294) - Mouth to velocity gradient at river mile 1.0
July 1 - February 28
Antoine Creek (49.0294) - Upstream of falls
July 1 - March 31
Bonaparte Creek (49.0246) - Upstream of falls
July 1 - March 31
Bonaparte Creek (49.0246) - Mouth to Bonaparte Falls at river mile 1.0
July 1 - February 28
Loup Loup Creek (49.0048) - Mouth to Loup Loup Falls at river mile 2.4
July 1 - February 28
Loup Loup Creek (49.0048) - Upstream of Loup Loup Falls at river mile 2.4
July 1 - March 31
Mosquito Creek (49.0321) - Mouth to falls
July 1 - August 31
Mosquito Creek (49.0321) - Upstream of falls
July 1 - March 31
Nine Mile Creek (49.0516)
July 1 - February 28
Omak Creek (49.0138) - Mouth to Mission Falls at river mile 5.4
July 1 - February 28
Omak Creek (49.0138) - Upstream of falls
July 1 - March 31
Salmon Creek (49.0079) - Mouth to diversion
July 1 - August 31
Salmon Creek (49.0079) - Upstream of diversion
July 1 - February 28
Similkameen River (49.0325) - Mouth to Enloe Dam
July 1 - August 31
Similkameen River (49.0325) - Enloe Dam to Palmer Creek
June 1 - October 31
Similkameen River (49.0325) - Upstream of Palmer Creek
July 1 - October 31
Sinlahekin Creek (49.0349) - Mouth to barrier dam at Connors Lake
July 1 - August 31
Cecile Creek (49.0447)
July 1 - February 28
Chopaka Creek (49.0357)
July 1 - February 28
Toats Coulee Creek (49.0368)
July 1 - February 28
Cougar Creek (49.0368)
July 1 - February 28
Siwash Creek (49.0284) - Falls to headwaters
July 1 - March 31
Siwash Creek (49.0284) - Mouth to falls at river mile 1.4
July 1 - February 28
Tonasket Creek (49.0501) - Mouth to Tonasket Falls at river mile 1.8
July 1 - February 28
Tonasket Creek (49.0501) - Upstream of Tonasket Falls at river mile 1.8
July 1 - March 31
Tunk Creek (49.0211) - Mouth to falls
July 1 - February 28
Tunk Creek (49.0211) - Upstream of falls
July 1 - March 31
San Poil River (52.0004)
June 16 - September 30
West Fork San Poil (52.0192)
June 16 - September 30
Gold Creek (52.0197)
June 16 - February 28
Toroda Creek (60.0410)
July 1 - September 30
Pacific County
August 1 - September 30
Bear River (24.0689)
August 1 - September 30
Bone River (24.0405)
August 1 - September 30
Chehalis River (22.0190/23.0190)
August 1 - August 15
Columbia River
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Chinook River (24.MISC)
August 1 - September 30
Grays River (25.0093)
July 16 - September 15
Naselle River (24.0543)
August 1 - September 15
Nemah River (24.0460)
August 1 - September 30
Niawiakum River (24.0417)
August 1 - September 30
North River (24.0034)
August 1 - September 30
Palix River (24.0426)
August 1 - September 30
Willapa River (24.0251)
August 1 - September 30
Pend Oreille County
July 1 - August 31
Little Spokane River (55.0003)
August 1 - March 15
West Branch Little Spokane River (55.0439)
August 1 - March 15
Harvey Creek (62.0310) - Mouth to Rocky Fork of Harvey Creek
August 1 - August 31
Harvey Creek (62.0310) - Upstream of Rocky Fork of Harvey Creek
July 16 - February 28
Pend Oreille River (62.0002)
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Big Muddy Creek (62.0279)
August 1 - March 15
Bracket Creek (62.0815)
August 1 - March 15
Calispel Creek (62.0628)
August 1 - August 31
Exposure Creek (62.0261)
August 1 - August 31
Kent Creek (62.0819)
August 1 - March 15
Le Clerc Creek (62.0415)
August 1 - August 31
Lime Creek (62.0014)
August 1 - March 15
Lodge Creek (62.0859)
August 1 - August 31
Lost Creek (62.0322)
August 1 - March 15
Marmust Creek (62.0842)
August 1 - March 15
Pee Wee Creek (62.0007) - Mouth to falls
August 1 - August 31
Pee Wee Creek (62.0007) - Upstream of falls
August 1 - March 15
Renshaw Creek (62.0310)
August 1 - March 15
Sullivan (O'Sullivan) Creek (62.0074)
August 1 - August 31
North Fork Sullivan Creek (62.0075)
August 1 - August 31
Tributaries of Deep Creek in Pend Oreille County (61.0195)
July 16 - August 15
Currant Creek (61.0249)
July 16 - August 15
Meadow Creek (61.0351)
July 16 - August 15
Rocky Creek (61.0364)
July 16 - August 15
Silver Creek (61.0195)
July 16 - August 15
Smackout Creek (61.0226)
July 16 - August 15
Pierce County
July 16 - August 31
Chambers/Clover Creek Watershed (12.MISC)
July 16 - September 30
Flett Creek (12.0009)
July 16 - October 31
Leach Creek (12.0008)
July 16 - September 30
Nisqually River (11.0008) - Mouth to Alder Lake
July 16 - August 31
Nisqually River (11.0008) - Upstream of Alder Lake
July 16 - September 30
Mashel River (11.0101) - Mouth to Busy Wild Creek
July 16 - September 30
Mashel River (11.0101) - Upstream of Busy Wild Creek
July 16 - September 30
Puyallup River (10.0021) - Mouth to PSE Electron Powerhouse Outfall
July 16 - August 31
Puyallup River (10.0021) - Upstream of PSE Electron Powerhouse Outfall
July 16 - August 15
Carbon River (10.0413)
July 16 - August 15
Cayada Creek (10.0525) - Mouth to falls about 800 feet upstream
July 16 - August 31
Cayada Creek (10.0525) - Upstream of the falls
January 1 - December 31
South Prairie Creek (10.0429)
July 16 - August 15
Voight Creek (10.0414) - Mouth to falls at river mile 4.0
July 16 - August 31
Voight Creek (10.0414) - Upstream of falls river mile 4.0
July 16 - February 28
White River (10.0031)
July 16 - August 15
Clearwater River (10.0080)
July 16 - August 15
Greenwater River (10.0122)
July 16 - August 15
Huckleberry Creek (10.0253)
July 16 - August 15
West Fork White River (10.0186)
July 16 - August 15
Sequalitchew Creek (12.0019)
July 16 - September 30
San Juan County
July 1 - August 31
Cascade Creek (02.0057), Orcas Island - Upstream of Lower Falls
July 1 - February 28
Cascade Creek (02.0057), Orcas Island, Buck Bay to falls located approximately 300 feet above mouth
July 1 - October 31
Doe Creek (02.MISC), San Juan Island, Westcott Bay to falls (approximately 250 feet from mouth)
June 16 - October 15
False Bay Creek (02.MISC) - San Juan Island; mouth to lake
July 1 - October 31
Glenwood Springs, Orcas Island; direct tributary to Eastsound Bay
July 1 - October 15
Moran Creek (02.MISC) - Orcas Island; from Cascade Lake delta upstream 1/4 mile
July 1 - October 15
Unnamed Creek (02.0041) - San Juan Island; mouth to lake
July 1 - October 15
Skagit County
August 1 - September 15
Granite Creek (04.2313) - Upstream of East Creek
July 16 - February 28
North Fork Stillaguamish River (05.0135) - Mouth to Squire Creek
August 1 - August 15
North Fork Stillaguamish River (05.0135) - Squire Creek to Cascade Creek
August 1 - August 15
North Fork Stillaguamish River (05.0135) - Upstream of Cascade Creek
July 16 - February 28
Samish River (03.0005)
August 1 - September 15
Skagit River (03.0176/04.0176)
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Baker River (04.0435) - Mouth to Baker Dam
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Cascade River (04.1411)
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Day Creek (03.1435)
July 16 - February 28
Lookout Creek (04.1447)
July 16 - February 28
Sibley Creek (04.1481)
July 16 - February 28
Day Creek (03.0299) - Mouth to Rocky Creek
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Day Creek (03.0299) - Upstream of Rocky Creek
August 1 - February 28
Finney Creek (04.0392) - Mouth to Big Fir Creek
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Finney Creek (04.0392) - Upstream of Big Fir Creek
July 16 - February 28
Illabot Creek (04.1346)
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Sauk River (04.0673) - Mouth to Forks
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Sauk River (04.0673) - Upstream of Forks
August 1 - August 15
Suiattle River (04.0710)
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Wiseman Creek (03.0280) - Mouth to SR20
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Wiseman Creek (03.0280) - Upstream of SR20
July 16 - February 28
South Fork Nooksack River (01.0246) - Mouth to falls at river mile 30
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South Fork Nooksack River (01.0246) - Falls at river mile 30 to Wanlick Creek
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South Fork Nooksack River (01.0246) - Upstream of Wanlick Creek
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Skamania County
July 15 - September 15
Columbia River
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Cispus River (26.0668)
August 1 - August 15
Cispus River (26.0668) tributaries located in Skamania County
August 1 - October 31
East Fork Lewis River (27.0173) - Lucia Falls to Sunset Falls
August 1 - February 28
East Fork Lewis River (27.0173) - Upstream of Sunset Falls
August 1 - February 28
Green River (26.0323) (Tributary of North Fork Toutle River)
July 16 - September 30
Hamilton Creek (28.0303)
August 1 - August 31
Hardy Creek (28.0303)
August 1 - August 31
Little White Salmon River (29.0131) - Mouth to Hatchery
July 16 - August 15
Little White Salmon River (29.0131) - Hatchery to Cabbage Creek
July 16 - January 31
Little White Salmon River (29.0131) - Upstream of Cabbage Creek
July 16 - January 31
North Fork Lewis River (27.0168) - Merwin Dam to Lower Falls
July 16 - August 15
Canyon Creek (27.0442)
July 16 - February 28
North Fork Lewis River (27.0168) - Upstream of Lower Falls
July 16 - February 28
Washougal River (28.0159) - Mouth to Stebbins Creek
August 1 - August 31
Washougal River (28.0159) - Upstream of Stebbins Creek
August 1 - August 31
White Salmon River (29.0160) - Mouth to Cascade Creek
July 16 - August 15
White Salmon River (29.0160) - Upstream of Cascade Creek
July 16 - August 15
Wind River (29.0023)
August 1 - August 15
Woodward Creek (28.0298)
August 1 - August 31
Snohomish County
July 16 - September 15
Lake Washington tributaries
August 1 - August 15
Sauk River (04.0673) - Mouth to Forks
August 1 - August 15
Sauk River (04.0673) - Upstream of Forks
August 1 - August 15
Suiattle River (04.0710)
August 1 - August 15
Snohomish River (07.0012) - Mouth to Highway 9
August 1 - October 31
Snohomish River (07.0012) - Upstream of Highway 9
August 1 - August 15
Pilchuck River (07.0125) - Mouth to city of Snohomish Diversion Dam
August 1 - August 31
Pilchuck River (07.0125) - City of Snohomish Diversion Dam to Boulder Creek
August 1 - September 15
Pilchuck River (07.0125) - Upstream of Boulder Creek
August 1 - September 15
Skykomish River (07.0012) - Mouth to Forks
August 1 - August 15
Deer Creek (05.0173) - Mouth to stream mile 0.5
August 1 - August 31
Deer Creek (05.0173) - Upstream of stream mile 0.5
August 1 - February 28
North Fork Skykomish River (07.0982) - Mouth to Bear Creek Falls
August 1 - August 31
North Fork Skykomish River (07.0982) - Bear Creek Falls to Deer Falls
August 1 - August 31
North Fork Skykomish River (07.0982) - Deer Falls to West Cady Creek
August 1 - February 28
North Fork Skykomish River (07.0982) - Upstream of West Cady Creek
August 1 - February 28
Howard Creek (07.1042)
July 16 - February 28
Silver Creek (07.1053) - Mouth to Lake Gulch
August 1 - August 31
Silver Creek (07.1053) - Upstream of Lake Gulch
August 1 - February 28
Troublesome Creek (07.1085)
August 1 - February 28
West Fork Troublesome Creek (07.1092)
August 1 - August 31
South Fork Skykomish River (07.0012) - Mouth to Sunset Falls
August 1 - August 15
Beckler River (07.1413) - Mouth to Boulder Creek
August 1 - August 15
Beckler River (07.1413) - Upstream of Boulder Creek
July 16 - February 28
Rapid River (07.1461) - Mouth to Meadow Creek
August 1 - August 31
Rapid River (07.1461) - Upstream of Meadow Creek
August 1 - February 28
Sultan River (07.0881) - Mouth to Diversion Dam at river mile 9.4
August 1 - August 31
Sultan River (07.0881) - Diversion Dam to anadromous fish blockage at river mile 15.7 (0.7 river miles downstream from Culmback Dam)
August 1 - August 31
Sultan River (07.0881) anadromous fish blockage at river mile 15.7 (0.7 river miles downstream from Culmback Dam) to Elk Creek
July 16 - February 28
Sultan River (07.0881) - Upstream of Elk Creek
July 16 - February 28
Wallace River (07.0940) - Mouth to Wallace Falls
August 1 - August 31
Wallace River (07.0940) - Upstream of Wallace Falls
August 1 - February 28
Olney Creek (07.0946) - Mouth to Olney Falls
August 1 - August 31
Olney Creek (07.0946) - Upstream of Olney Falls
August 1 - February 28
Snoqualmie River Mouth to falls (07.0219)
August 1 - August 15
All other Snohomish River tributaries
August 1 - August 31
Stillaguamish River (05.0001) - Mouth to Forks
August 1 - August 31
North Fork Stillaguamish River (05.0135) - Mouth to Squire Creek
August 1 - August 15
North Fork Stillaguamish River (05.0135) - Squire Creek to Cascade Creek
August 1 - August 15
North Fork Stillaguamish River (05.0135) - Upstream of Cascade Creek
July 16 - February 28
South Fork Stillaguamish River (05.0001) - Mouth to Deer Creek
August 1 - August 15
South Fork Stillaguamish River (05.0001) - Upstream of Deer Creek
August 1 - August 15
Spokane County
June 16 - August 31
Latah Creek (56.0003)
June 16 - August 31
Little Spokane River (55.0600) - Mouth to Deer Creek
June 16 - August 31
Little Spokane River (55.0600) - Upstream of Deer Creek
June 16 - August 31
Spokane River (57.0001)
June 16 - August 31
Stevens County
July 16 - August 31
Columbia River
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Big Sheep Creek (61.0150)
July 16 - August 15
Colville River (59.0002) - Mouth to the falls
July 16 - September 30
Colville River (59.0002) - Upstream of the falls
July 16 - September 30
Deep Creek (61.0195)
July 16 - August 15
Onion Creek (61.0098)
July 16 - August 15
Sheep Creek (59.0861)
July 16 - September 30
Lake Roosevelt tributaries from the mouth of the Spokane River to mouth of the Colville River
July 16 - February 28
Lake Roosevelt tributaries from the mouth of the Colville River north to the B.C. border
July 16 - February 28
Tributaries of Little Spokane River (55.0600)
June 16 - August 31
Calispel Creek (62.0628)
August 1 - August 31
Other tributaries to the Pend Oreille River in Stevens County
July 1 - August 31
Thurston County
July 16 - September 15
Cedar Creek (23.0570)
August 1 - September 30
Chehalis River (22.0190/23.0190) - Upstream of Porter Creek
August 1 - August 15
Skookumchuck River (23.0761) - Mouth to Skookumchuck Reservoir
August 1 - August 31
Skookumchuck River (23.0761) - Upstream of Skookumchuck Reservoir
August 1 - August 31
Deschutes River (13.0028) - Mouth to Deschutes Falls
July 16 - August 31
Deschutes River (13.0028) - Upstream of Deschutes Falls
July 16 - August 31
Ellis Creek (13.0022)
May 16 - September 30
Little Deschutes River (13.0110)
July 16 - February 28
McLane Creek (13.0138)
August 1 - October 31
Percival Creek (13.0029)
July 16 - August 31
Nisqually River (11.0008)
July 16 - August 31
Tributaries of Nisqually River (11.0008)
July 16 - August 31
Porter Creek (23.0543)
August 1 - September 30
Schneider Creek (14.0009)
August 1 - October 31
Waddell Creek (23.0677)
August 1 - September 30
Woodard Creek (13.0012)
July 16 - August 31
Woodland Creek (13.0006)
July 16 - September 30
Wahkiakum County
July 16 - September 15
Columbia River
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Abernathy Creek (25.0297)
July 16 - September 15
Deep River (25.0011)
July 16 - September 15
Elochoman River (25.0236)
July 16 - September 15
Grays River (25.0093)
July 16 - September 15
Mill Creek (25.0284)
July 16 - September 15
Naselle River (24.0543)
July 16 - September 15
Skamokowa Creek (25.0194)
July 16 - September 15
Walla Walla County
July 16 - September 30
Walla Walla River (32.0008) - Mouth to Oregon state line
July 16 - September 15
Mill Creek (32.1436) - Mouth to Oregon state line
August 1 - August 15
Touchet River (32.0097) - Mouth to Forks
August 1 - August 15
North Fork Touchet/Wolf Fork (32.0761)
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South Fork Touchet (32.0708)
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Whatcom County
July 16 - August 15
Damfino Creek (00.0032)
July 16 - August 31
Nooksack River (01.0120)
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Cascade Creek (02.0057) - Mouth to FR 37
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Cascade Creek (02.0057) - Upstream of FR 37
July 16 - February 28
Middle Fork Nooksack River (01.0339) - Mouth to city of Bellingham Diversion Dam
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Middle Fork Nooksack River (01.0339) - Upstream of city of Bellingham Diversion Dam
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North Fork Nooksack River (01.0120) - Mouth to Nooksack Falls
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North Fork Nooksack River (01.0120) - Upstream of Nooksack Falls
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Barometer Creek (01.0513)
July 16 - February 28
Ruth Creek (01.0531)
July 16 - February 28
Swamp Creek (01.0518)
July 16 - February 28
Wells Creek (02.0057)
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Bar Creek (01.0500)
July 16 - February 28
South Fork Nooksack (01.0246) - Mouth to Wanlick Creek
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South Fork Nooksack (01.0246) - Upstream of Wanlick Creek
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Samish River (03.0005)
July 16 - August 15
Skagit River (03.0176/04.0176)
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Baker River (04.0435) - Mouth to Baker Lake Dam (04.0435)
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Baker River (04.0435) - Baker Lake to National Park boundary
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Boulder Creek (04.0499)
July 16 - February 28
Park Creek (04.0506) - Mouth to fish passage barrier at river mile 1.6
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Park Creek (04.0506) - Upstream of river mile 1.6
July 16 - February 28
Swift Creek (04.0509) - Mouth to Rainbow Creek
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Swift Creek (04.0509) - Upstream of Rainbow Creek
July 16 - February 28
Ross Lake tributaries (03.0176/04.0176)
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Ruby Creek (04.2199)
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Canyon Creek (04.2458) - Mouth to Barron Creek
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Canyon Creek (04.2458) - Upstream of Barron Creek and tributaries
October 1 - February 28
Barron Creek (04.2591)
October 1 - February 28
Boulder Creek (04.2478) - Mouth to 300 feet upstream
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Boulder Creek (04.2478) - 300 feet upstream of mouth to headwaters
October 1 - February 28
Friday Creek (04.2549) - Mouth to 300 feet upstream
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Friday Creek (04.2549) - 300 feet upstream of mouth to headwaters
October 1 - February 28
Holmes Creek (04.2473) - Mouth to 300 feet upstream
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Holmes Creek (04.2473) - 300 feet upstream of mouth to headwaters
October 1 - February 28
Mill Creek (04.2504) - Mouth to 300 feet upstream
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Mill Creek (04.2504) - 300 feet upstream of mouth to headwaters
October 1 - February 28
Nickol Creek (04.2476) - Mouth to 300 feet upstream
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Nickol Creek (04.2476) - 300 feet upstream of mouth to headwaters
October 1 - February 28
North Fork Canyon Creek (04.2583) - Mouth to Elk Creek
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Cascade Creek (05.2584)
October 1 - February 28
North Fork Canyon Creek (04.2583) - Upstream of Elk Creek
October 1 - February 28
Slate Creek (04.2557) - Mouth to falls at river mile 0.6
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Slate Creek (04.2557) - Upstream of falls at river mile 0.6
October 1 - February 28
Granite Creek (04.2313) - Mouth to East Creek
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Granite Creek (04.2313) - Upstream of East Creek and tributaries
October 1 - February 28
Saar Creek (00.0003)
August 1 - September 30
Silesia Creek (00.0042) - Canadian border to Middle Fork
July 16 - August 15
Silesia Creek (00.0042) - Middle Fork to National Park boundary
July 16 - February 28
Rapid Creek (00.0048)
July 16 - February 28
West Fork Silesia Creek (00.0044)
July 16 - February 28
Winchester Creek (00.0045)
July 16 - February 28
Whitman County
July 16 - December 15
Snake River (35.0002)
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Alkali Flats Creek (35.0570)
July 16 - December 15
Almota Creek (35.1017)
July 16 - December 15
Little Almota Creek (35.1018)
July 16 - December 15
Palouse River (34.0003) - Mouth to Palouse Falls
July 16 - September 30
Palouse River (34.0003) - Upstream of Palouse Falls
July 16 - February 28
Penewawa Creek (35.0916)
July 16 - December 15
Wawawi Canyon Creek (35.1165)
July 16 - December 15
Yakima County
June 1 - September 15
Glade Creek (31.0851)
August 1 - September 30
Klickitat River (30.0002)
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Yakima River (37.0002/38.0002/39.0002) - Mouth to Roza Dam
June 1 - September 15
Ahtanum Creek (37.1382)
June 16 - September 30
North Fork Ahtanum Creek (37.1382)
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South Fork Ahtanum Creek (37.1382)
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Naches River (38.0003) - Mouth to Tieton River
July 1 - October 15
Naches River (38.0003) - Upstream of mouth of Tieton River to Bumping River
July 1 - August 15
Bumping River (38.0998)
July 16 - August 15
American River (38.1000)
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Gold Creek (38.MISC)
July 16 - February 28
Kettle Creek (38.1033)
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Miner Creek (38.1027)
July 16 - February 28
Morse Creek (38.1072) - Mouth to SR410 crossing
August 1 - August 15
Morse Creek (38.1072) - Upstream of SR410 crossing
August 1 - February 28
Rock Creek (38.MISC)
July 16 - February 28
Timber Creek (38.1062)
August 1 - August 15
Union Creek (38.1045) - Upstream of 500 feet above falls
August 1 - February 28
Union Creek (38.1045) - Mouth to 500 feet above falls
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Other American River tributaries not listed
August 1 - February 28
Deep Creek (38.MISC)
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Copper Creek (38.MISC)
August 1 - August 15
Cowiche Creek (38.0005) - Mouth to South Fork Cowiche Creek
July 1 - September 30
North Fork Cowiche Creek (38.0008)
July 1 - February 28
South Fork Cowiche Creek (38.0031) - Mouth to Reynolds Creek
July 1 - September 30
South Fork Cowiche Creek (38.0031) - Upstream of Reynolds Creek
July 16 - October 31
Granite Creek (38.MISC)
August 1 - August 15
Little Naches River (38.0852) - Mouth to Matthews Creek
July 16 - August 15
Little Naches River (38.0852) - Upstream of Matthews Creek
July 16 - August 15
Crow Creek (38.0858)
July 16 - August 15
Nile Creek (38.0692)
July 16 - October 15
Rattlesnake Creek (38.0518)
July 16 - August 15
Tieton River (38.0166) - Mouth to Rimrock Dam
July 1 - August 31
North Fork Tieton River (38.0291) - Below Clear Lake Dam
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North Fork Tieton River (38.0291) - Upstream of Clear Lake
July 1 - August 15
Clear Creek (38.0317)
July 16 - February 28
South Fork Tieton River (38.0374) - Below South Fork Falls
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South Fork Tieton River (38.0374) - Upstream of South Fork Falls
July 16 - February 28
Indian Creek (38.0302)
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Tributaries of Tieton River below Rimrock Dam
July 16 - February 28
Umtanum Creek (39.0553)
July 16 - September 30
Wenas Creek (39.0032)
July 16 - October 15
Other Yakima River tributaries
July 16 - August 31
Columbia River
Mouth to the I-205 Bridge
August 1 - March 31
I-205 Bridge to Bonneville Dam
July 16 - September 15
Bonneville Dam to Snake River
July 16 - February 28
Snake River to Priest Rapids Dam
July 16 - September 30
Priest Rapids Dam to Mouth of Crab Creek
July 16 - February 28
Mouth of Crab Creek to Wanapum Dam
July 16 - September 30
Wanapum Dam to the SR 285 bridge in South Wenatchee
July 16 - February 28
SR 285 bridge in South Wenatchee to the SR 2 bridge
July 16 - September 30
SR 2 bridge to one mile downstream of the Chelan River
July 16 - February 28
From one mile downstream of the Chelan River to the SR 97 bridge
July 16 - September 30
From SR 97 bridge to Chief Joseph Dam
July 16 - February 28
Chief Joseph Dam to Grand Coulee Dam
June 16 - March 31
Grand Coulee Dam to Canadian border
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All Columbia River tributaries
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Snake River
Mouth to Ice Harbor Dam
July 16 - September 30
Ice Harbor Dam to Mouth of Clearwater River
July 16 - March 31
Mouth of Clearwater River to state line
August 1 - August 31
All Snake River tributaries
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Lakes
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Strait of Juan de Fuca, Puget Sound, Hood Canal
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Ocean beaches within the Seashore Conservation Area established under RCW 79A.05.605
January 1 - December 31
All waters within Indian tribal reservation, National Park, state park, or wilderness boundaries, except those within the Seashore Conservation Area established under RCW 79A.05.605
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[Statutory Authority: RCW 77.04.012, 77.12.047, 77.55.021, 77.55.091, 77.135.100, 77.135.110, and 34.05.328. WSR 19-12-126, § 220-660-300, filed 6/5/19, effective 11/1/19. Statutory Authority: RCW 77.04.012, 77.04.020, 77.12.047, 77.55.021, 77.55.091, 77.55.051, 77.55.081, 34.05.328, and 34.05.350. WSR 18-10-054, § 220-660-300, filed 4/27/18, effective 6/1/18. Statutory Authority: RCW 77.04.012, 77.04.020, and 77.12.047. WSR 15-02-029 (Order 14-353), § 220-660-300, filed 12/30/14, effective 7/1/15.]
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