Hunting Prospects
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District biologists have provided hunting forecasts for their district based on surveys and field work.

Introduction
To give hunters the best information available on the prospects for a successful hunting season, district biologists for the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife's Wildlife Program have consulted their local sources and contributed their personal observations to make predictions for what the upcoming seasons may hold..  continued here...

Statewide Hunting Prospects - All Districts [PDF 40MB]

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Eastern Washington (Region 1)

District 1
Ferry, Pend Oreille & Stevens counties

District 2
Lincoln, Spokane & Whitman counties

District 3
Asotin, Columbia, Garfield & Walla Walla counties

 

Northcentral Washington (Region 2)

District 5
Adams & Grant counties

District 6
Okanogan County

District 7
Chelan & Douglas counties

 

Southcentral Washington (Region 3)

District 4
Benton & Franklin counties

District 8
Kittitas & Yakima counties

North Puget Sound (Region 4)

District 12
King County

District 13
Island & Snohomish counties

District 14
Skagit & Whatcom counties

 

Southwest Washington (Region 5)

District 9
Clark, Klickitat & Skamania counties

District 10
Cowlitz, Lewis & Wahkiakum counties

South Sound/Olympic Peninsula (Region 6)

District 11
Pierce & Thurston counties

District 15
Jefferson (East), Kitsap & Mason counties

District 16
Clallam & Jefferson (West) counties

District 17
Grays Harbor & Pacific counties

 

Select a District from the map below to view hunting prospect information.

2012 Hunting District Map

District 14 District 13 District 6 District 1 District 16 District 15 District 17 District 11 District 10 District 12 District 7 District 9 District 8 District 5 District 2 District 4 District 3
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