Anglers are catching some more rainbow trout at lakes around the South Sound, as well as some lakes on the eastside of the state.
Anglers are catching some more rainbow trout at lakes around the South Sound, as well as some lakes on the eastside of the state. Jeffrey P. Mayor jmayor@thenewstribune.com
Anglers are catching some more rainbow trout at lakes around the South Sound, as well as some lakes on the eastside of the state. Jeffrey P. Mayor jmayor@thenewstribune.com

Trout fishing has been improving, as well as salmon fishing in Puget Sound

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