Hunters should expect to see an average number of wild turkeys in the field when Washington’s spring hunting season opens April 15.
This might prove to be a tough week if you're hoping to catch fish.
Deer hunting in Pierce and Thurston counties should be improved this year based on recent surveys, said wildlife biologist Michelle Trihi. The number of black-tailed branched antler, spike, doe and fawn have increased significantly from previous years. Tirhi also said in a district report that fawn recruitment was similar to 2008.
It's still summer, but archery hunting seasons for deer and elk are happening now.