State’s Bass Week aims to hook new anglers

first_img Share: Garrett wants people to know: bass fishing is fun.“We want people to know that we have a lot of great bass fishing in the state, so go out and give it a try,” he added. GO Entrees must be submitted before midnight, July 15.Anglers may also participate in an online live question and answer session about bassing with fish biologists Marc Peterson and Danny Garrett. It will be held on the WDFW Facebook page on July 10 at noon.Danny Garrett, a WDFW warm water biologist, is happy to promote bass fishing in Washington, which he said can rival bass fishing anywhere.“We have some of the best bass fishing in the world,” said Garret, “both for smallmouth and largemouth. We’ve been wanting to promote bass fishing for years.”Bass Week gives the department a chance to do just that.Compared to many other states, Washington bass are relatively under-fished, and there is plenty of room for growth. However, anglers are reminded to release the larger, spawning age bass if they want the good fishing to continue. Buy this Photo Bass Week starts this Saturday in Washington. Bass fishing is fun, so grab your friends, both two and four-legged, and hit the water. Terry Otto/The Columbian Receive latest stories and local news in your email: By Terry Otto, Columbian staff writer Published: July 3, 2019, 6:51pm It’s time to celebrate bass fishing in Washington.The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife has declared July 8-14 as Bass Week. The department is promoting fishing for bass in Washington State and will be offering bass fishing tips and discussions on techniques on its social media and online platforms all week.They are also holding a bass photo contest, and a biggest bass contest along with the Bass Pro Shops.There will be prizes awarded for the first, second, and third largest bass caught between June 27 and July 14. There will be five winning categories for the best bass photo contest, including the biggest looking catch, the smallest looking catch, the best pose, most excited anglers, and all-around best photo.There are instructions on how to enter the contests on the WDFW website, at: State’s Bass Week aims to hook new anglers Share: By signing up you are agreeing to our Privacy Policy and Terms of Service. Terry Otto Columbian staff writer [email protected]last_img read more

Goway Offers New Boutique Cruise Options Through the Golden Land

first_imgGoway Travel has added Strand Cruise itineraries to its growing range of Myanmar tour and vacation options.  Goway is pleased to expand its boutique cruise offerings to include the iconic Strand Cruise, an extension of the newly-renovated Strand Hotel, Yangon, founded in 1901. Starting from US $902 / CA $1213, the Strand Cruise is the ideal offering for 4-star and 5-star passengers on a weeklong Myanmar tour, sailing the Irrawaddy River between the ancient capitals of Bagan and Mandalay, with custom land arrangements on either end of their cruise. The 28-cabin luxury ship was completed in 2015 and was designed to encourage social interaction that originally made the Strand Hotel so famous, with comfortable and spacious public areas, frequent cocktails and social events, and long tables in the restaurant to allow for communal dining. Cabin suites are enhanced with the latest technology, such as individually-controlled air conditioning, and each of the suites have the services of a round-the-clock butler while on board. The Strand Cruise has access to private moorings in prime locations along the Irrawaddy, allowing more time for tours and cruising on the river. Aside from a private, air-conditioned mini bus for a long tour, all other means of transportation are local and diversified, characterizing traditional Myanmar life. This includes everything from tuk tuks in Mingun to horse-drawn carts in Ava.last_img read more