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Issued Thursdays by The Kennewick Printing Company
217 Kennewick Ave, Kennewick, Washington
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Member Washington Newspaper Publishers Association, Inc.
$2 year in Benton County, $3 outside. Entered as second class
matter April 2, 1914 at PO. Kennewick, Wash., under Act of
March 3, 18792 The Courier, established March 27, 1902; The
Reporter, established Jan. 24, 1908, consolidated April 1, 1914.
Rolfe Tuve, Publisher
Deer-Hunting Prospects Good For
Stale; Birds Not Too Plenlilul
The serious deer hunter in
Washington state this year should
be able to bag a buck, with good
hunting forecast in most deer
areas, a survey released by the
Washington State Game Depart
ment disclosed this week.
The deer population has shown
an increase in several areas of the
state, reports from game super
visors declare.
Biologists of the department also
assert that an average to good kill
of elk is anticipated, that bear are
numerous in many sections and
that Chinese pheasants shooting
will be fair to good in several
areas of western Washington and
good to excellent in several por
tions of Central and Eastern
Washington.
There still will not be as many
birds as nimrods would like, how
ever, the department remarks,
with rainy weather during the
nesting season causing a heavy
loss in several districts again thisl
year.
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A drastic reduction in the num
ber of predators, due to the game
department’s control program, has
been a big aid to the bird popula
tion, the department adds.
A summary of hunting prospects
in Northeastern Washington, as
compiled by Fred L. Roundy, dis
trict supervisor in the Spokane
area: -
Deer—Whitetail deer hunting
should be good, as there as many
of this species in Spokane, Pend
Oreille, Stevens and eastern por
tion of Ferry counties. The white
tail is a brush deer and hard to
kill. Mule deer hunting should
be good in Ferry county.
Prospects are from poor to fair
for Chinese pheasants, quail, ducks
and grouse.
District 2 .
Hunting summary for central
portion of Eastern Washington, in
cluding Adams, Benton, Franklin,
Grant, Lincoln and Whitman
counties as compiled by District
Supervisor Joe Drolet of Colfax:
Deer—Few deer in this area, as}
it is not conductive to big game. .
Chinese Pheasant—Normal sea
son expected in Whitman county,
twith considerable good hunting.
\With some 4,000 pheasants releas
ed, plus a fair natural hatch, many
nimrods should find success. Fair
hunting expected in Lincoln coun
ty, with 4,500 birds released by
the game department and with
game department’s predator con
trol program being a major factor
in helping build up natural popu
lation. Adams, Benton, Franklin
and Grant counties have limited
bird areas and will not afford good
shooting for a heavy concentration
of hunters.
FESTIVAL ANNOUNCEMENT
You Are Invited To Enjoy Two Nights Of
GREAT GOSPEL FILMS
CATHEDRAL FILMS \
October 3rd & 4th, 8 p.lll '
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Quail—Valley quail plentiful in
their range in Lincoln county and
also show increases in Whitman
county. Some good hunting ex
pected.
Ducks and Geese—Ducks plen
tiful in potholes of Lincoln coun
ty and showing up well in Whit
man county. Normal-season ex-i
pected on both ducks and geese. ,
District 3 ‘
Hunting conditions for southeast
Washington, as reported by Gene‘
IFennimore of Walla Walla, district
supervisor. 1
1 Deer—Average take of bucks
expected, with some 400 to 500%
},usually taken each year. With
favorable weather, hunting should
\be good.
‘ Elk—Less bull elk expected to
be taken than last year during reg
ular season. Special season Oct.
1 and 2 in parts of Walla Walla
and Columbia counties and in‘
'damage areas will mean kill of
,very few elk.
Chinese Pheasants-—Heavy rains
during nesting “season destroyed
many young birds. Supply in gen
eral about the same as last year,‘
meaning fair shooting over the dis
trict except in Asotin county,‘
which has a small bird area.
Quail—Both California and the
mountain quail have increased.
Good prospects.
Ducks and Geese—Resident pop
ulation small. Good hunting for
both ducks and geese can be ex-.
pected,if normal migratory flights}
of these birds develOp. ‘
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Hunting conditions expected in
‘Yakima, Klickitat Kittitas and
Benton countes, as compiled by
district supervisor Fred Van Ars
del of Yakima:
Deer—Poor in Yakima county,
with a few along the Naches, Tie
ton and American rivers. Fair in
Kittitas county, with deer being
found along the upper Yakima
watershed. Fair in Klickitat with
most being located near Klickitat,
Glenwood and along White Sal
monrivers. None in Benton coun
ty.
Elk—Good in Yakima and Kit
titas counties, with none being
found in Klickitat and Benton
counties.
Chinese Pheasants -——Good in
Yakima and Kittitas counties, fair
in Benton county and poor in
Klickitat county. Heavy game
farm releases and heavy kill of
predators have aided pheasants
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greatly. Roza canal, Wenas val
ley, Ahtanum valley, Growmore,
Sunnyside and Yakima Indian res
ervation areas best in Yakima
county. Kittitas valley and Bad
ger pocket best in Kittitas county.
Some near Prosser along Yakima
river in Benton county.
Quail—Good in all of Yakima
and Kittitas counties, fair along
chkitat county streams and fair
along Yakima river in Benton
county.
Bear—Fair in Yakima, Kittitas
and Klickitat counties. None in
Benton county.
Ducks and Geese—Far along
Yakima river and all streams in
lower valley and along sloughs
and small lakes of Yakima county;
fair along Yakima river and the
streams in lower Kittitas valley of
Kittitas county; good for gees:
near Goldenale in fields above the
Columbia river in Klickitat coun
ty. Ducks poor. Ducks far along
Yakima river and sloughs of Ben
ton county.
Grouse—Poor throughout dis
trict.
Rabbits—Outlook rather poor
throughout distrtict.
District 5
North Central Washington hunt
ing conditions as predicted by Roy
E. Roberson of Cashmere, district
supervisor: ,
Deer—Animals will be in ex
cellent condition, as there has been
an abundance of browse and areas
have been well salted.
A fair kill is anticipated.
Elk—Only southern part of Che
lan cpunty will afford elk hunting.
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346 Avenue C . Phone 2991
About 150 animals will be in the
area. '
Bear—Not many bear in the dis
trict.
Chinese Pheasants—Fair . sea
son.
Qail—Birds quite numerous in
certain localities. Okanogan val
ley and areas along Columbia riv
er should produce fine hunting.
Grouse——Exceptionally good sea
son on both blue and ruffed grouse
expected. Birds plentiful in all
grouse areas.
Migratory Birds —Fair duck
hunting due early in the season;
goose shooting will be limited.
The same general situation pre
vails on the West side. Deer and
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elk ave neported quite numerous
in all hunting ams.
If you’re loaded {or hear you
might get good results in Snoho
mish, Skagit or Whawom counties.
Bear are reported plentiful in
Southwest Washington but are dif
ficult to find.
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