WSR 03-02-103

PROPOSED RULES

DEPARTMENT OF

FISH AND WILDLIFE

[ Filed January 2, 2003, 10:32 a.m. ]

Original Notice.

Preproposal statement of inquiry was filed as WSR 02-22-096.

Purpose: Adopt WAC 232-28-331 Game management units (GMUs) boundary descriptions -- Region one, 232-28-332 Game management units (GMUs) boundary descriptions -- Region two, 232-28-333 Game management units (GMUs) boundary descriptions -- Region three, 232-28-334 Game management units (GMUs) boundary descriptions -- Region four, 232-28-335 Game management units (GMUs) boundary descriptions -- Region five, 232-28-336 Game management units (GMUs) boundary descriptions -- Region six, and 232-12-289 Official hunting hours for game birds and game animals.

Repeal WAC 232-28-02201 Game management units (GMUs) -- Special game areas -- Boundary descriptions -- Region one, 232-28-02202 Game management units (GMUs) -- Special game areas -- Boundary descriptions -- Region two, 232-28-02203 Game management units (GMUs) -- Special game areas -- Boundary descriptions -- Region three, 232-28-02204 Game management units (GMUs) -- Special game areas -- Boundary descriptions -- Region four, 232-28-02205 Game management units (GMUs) -- Special game areas -- Boundary descriptions -- Region five, 232-28-02206 Game management units (GMUs) -- Special game areas -- Boundary descriptions -- Region six, and 232-28-02280 Game management units (GMUs) -- Special game areas -- Boundary descriptions -- Cougar areas.

Statutory Authority for Adoption: RCW 77.12.047.

Statute Being Implemented: RCW 77.12.047.

Summary: The goals of the GMU boundary standardization and mapping process were to:

1. Establish GMU boundaries that conform to map-based features, which are clearly identifiable in the field (roads, shorelines, streams, powerlines, etc.)

2. Adopt and conform to a single base map to use for defining and adopting GMU boundaries.

3. Improve the spatial (positional) accuracy of WDFW's GIS layer for GMU boundaries.

4. Improve the consistency and decrease the complexity of GMU legal descriptions.

5. Look for potential partnerships for generating quality GMU map products for the public.

The Department of Natural Resources major public lands (MPL) 1:100,000 scale map series was selected as the standard base map for GMU boundary delineation. GIS staff conducted GMU boundary review and mapping sessions with wildlife and enforcement staff in regional offices. The resulting maps and legal descriptions were then compiled/digitized. This standardization process required numerous rounds of data compilation, review, research, and editing for GIS and regional staff. Staff will assess various opportunities and options for making quality GMU map products, and associated recreational information that can be provided to the public.

WAC 232-12-289 specifies legal hunting hours for game species.

Reasons Supporting Proposal: Provides recreational deer, elk, bear, and moose hunting opportunity. Directs hunting pressure for those species to the appropriate areas. Helps prevent over harvest of those species. Hunting hours are established to provide recreational opportunities during adequate light conditions for identification and retrieval of game.

Name of Agency Personnel Responsible for Drafting and Implementation: Dave Brittell, Assistant Director, Natural Resources Building, Olympia, (360) 902-2504; and Enforcement: Bruce Bjork, Assistant Director, Natural Resources Building, Olympia, (360) 902-2932.

Name of Proponent: Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission, governmental.

Rule is not necessitated by federal law, federal or state court decision.

Explanation of Rule, its Purpose, and Anticipated Effects: The listed WACs delineate GMU boundaries. The proposed language will clarify and simplify boundary descriptions of GMUs. WAC 232-12-289 establishes legal hunting hours to provide recreational opportunity and conserve game resources.

Proposal Changes the Following Existing Rules: See Explanation of Rule above.

No small business economic impact statement has been prepared under chapter 19.85 RCW. These recommendations involve rules for recreational hunters and do not directly regulate small business.

RCW 34.05.328 does not apply to this rule adoption. Not hydraulics rules.

Hearing Location: Cowlitz County PUD, 961 12th Avenue, Longview, WA 98632, on February 7-8, 2003, at 8:00 a.m.

Assistance for Persons with Disabilities: Contact Susan Yeager by February 3, 2003, TDD (360) 902-2207 or (360) 902-2267.

Submit Written Comments to: Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, Attn: Dave Brittell, 600 Capitol Way North, Olympia, WA 98501-1091, fax (360) 902-2162, by January 21, 2002 [2003].

Date of Intended Adoption: February 7, 2003.

January 2, 2003

Evan Jacoby

Rules Coordinator

OTS-6113.1


NEW SECTION
WAC 232-12-289   Official hunting hours for game birds and game animals.  

(1) OFFICIAL HUNTING HOURS

FOR MIGRATORY GAME BIRDS, UPLAND BIRDS, AND WILD TURKEYS*

WHEN THE SEPTEMBER 1 - JANUARY 31 PERIOD BEGINS ON SUNDAY

Western Washington

from

Eastern Washington

from

Dates (Inclusive) A.M. to P.M. A.M. to P.M.
Daylight Savings Time
Sun. Sept. 1 - Sun. Sept. 8 6:00 7:45 5:45 7:30
Mon. Sept. 9 - Sun. Sept. 15 6:10 7:30 6:00 7:15
Mon. Sept. 16 - Sun. Sept. 22 6:20 7:15 6:10 7:00
Mon. Sept. 23 - Sun. Sept. 29 6:30 7:00 6:20 6:45
Mon. Sept. 30 - Sun. Oct. 6 6:40 6:45 6:30 6:35
Mon. Oct. 7 - Sun. Oct. 13 6:50 6:30 6:40 6:20
Mon. Oct. 14 - Sun. Oct. 20 7:00 6:20 6:50 6:05
Mon. Oct. 21 - Sat. Oct. 26 7:10 6:05 7:00 5:55
Pacific Standard Time
Sun. Oct. 27 6:10 5:05 6:00 4:55
Mon. Oct. 28 - Sun. Nov. 3 6:20 4:55 6:10 4:50
Mon. Nov. 4 - Sun. Nov. 10 6:30 4:45 6:20 4:30
Mon. Nov. 11 - Sun. Nov. 17 6:40 4:35 6:30 4:20
Mon. Nov. 18 - Sun. Nov. 24 6:50 4:25 6:40 4:15
Mon. Nov. 25 - Sun. Dec. 1 7:00 4:20 6:50 4:10
Mon. Dec. 2 - Sun. Dec. 8 7:10 4:20 7:00 4:10
Mon. Dec. 9 - Sun. Dec. 15 7:15 4:20 7:05 4:10
Mon. Dec. 16 - Sun. Dec. 22 7:20 4:20 7:10 4:10
Mon. Dec. 23 - Sun. Dec. 29 7:25 4:25 7:10 4:15
Mon. Dec. 30 - Sun. Jan. 5 7:25 4:30 7:15 4:15
Mon. Jan. 6 - Sun. Jan. 12 7:25 4:35 7:15 4:25
Mon. Jan. 13 - Sun. Jan. 19 7:20 4:45 7:10 4:35
Mon. Jan. 20 - Sun. Jan. 26 7:15 4:55 7:05 4:45
Mon. Jan. 27 - Fri. Jan. 31 7:10 5:05 7:00 4:55

* These are lawful hunting hours (one-half hour before sunrise to sunset) for migratory game birds (duck, goose, coot, snipe, mourning dove, and band-tailed pigeon); upland birds (pheasant, quail, partridge); and turkey during established seasons.

Exceptions:

(a) Western Washington - Pheasant and quail hunting hours are 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. in all areas.
(b) Clark (except areas south of the Washougal River), Cowlitz, Grays Harbor, Pacific, and Wahkiakum counties -Goose hunting hours are 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., except one-half hour before sunrise to sunset during the September goose season and 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. during the late goose season.
(c) Hunting hours for falconry seasons (except migratory game bird seasons) are exempt from these hunting hours, except on designated pheasant release sites.

(2) OFFICIAL HUNTING HOURS

FOR MIGRATORY GAME BIRDS, UPLAND BIRDS, AND WILD TURKEYS*

WHEN THE SEPTEMBER 1 - JANUARY 31 PERIOD BEGINS ON MONDAY

Western Washington

from

Eastern Washington

from

Dates (Inclusive) A.M. to P.M. A.M. to P.M.
Daylight Savings Time
Mon. Sept. 1 - Sun. Sept. 7 6:00 7:45 5:45 7:30
Mon. Sept. 8 - Sun. Sept. 14 6:10 7:30 5:50 7:20
Mon. Sept. 15 - Sun. Sept. 21 6:20 7:15 6:10 7:05
Mon. Sept. 22 - Sun. Sept. 28 6:30 7:00 6:15 6:50
Mon. Sept. 29 - Sun. Oct. 5 6:40 6:45 6:30 6:35
Mon. Oct. 6 - Sun. Oct. 12 6:50 6:30 6:40 6:25
Mon. Oct. 13 - Sun. Oct. 19 7:00 6:20 6:50 6:10
Mon. Oct. 20 - Sat. Oct. 25 7:10 6:10 7:00 5:55
Pacific Standard Time
Sun. Oct. 26 6:15 5:00 6:00 4:50
Mon. Oct. 27 - Sun. Nov. 2 6:20 4:55 6:15 4:45
Mon. Nov. 3 - Sun. Nov. 9 6:30 4:45 6:20 4:30
Mon. Nov. 10 - Sun. Nov. 16 6:40 4:35 6:30 4:25
Mon. Nov. 17 - Sun. Nov. 23 6:50 4:30 6:40 4:15
Mon. Nov. 24 - Sun. Nov. 30 7:00 4:20 6:50 4:10
Mon. Dec. 1 - Sun. Dec. 7 7:10 4:20 7:00 4:10
Mon. Dec. 8 - Sun. Dec. 14 7:15 4:20 7:05 4:05
Mon. Dec. 15 - Sun. Dec. 21 7:20 4:20 7:10 4:10
Mon. Dec. 22 - Sun. Dec. 28 7:25 4:25 7:10 4:10
Mon. Dec. 29 - Sun. Jan. 4 7:25 4:30 7:15 4:15
Mon. Jan. 5 - Sun. Jan. 11 7:25 4:35 7:15 4:25
Mon. Jan. 12 - Sun. Jan. 18 7:25 4:45 7:10 4:35
Mon. Jan. 19 - Sun. Jan. 25 7:20 4:55 7:05 4:45
Mon. Jan. 26 - Fri. Jan. 31 7:10 5:00 7:00 4:55

* These are lawful hunting hours (one-half hour before sunrise to sunset) for migratory game birds (duck, goose, coot, snipe, mourning dove, and band-tailed pigeon); upland birds (pheasant, quail, partridge); and turkey during established seasons.

Exceptions:

(a) Western Washington - Pheasant and quail hunting hours are 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. in all areas.
(b) Clark (except areas south of the Washougal River), Cowlitz, Grays Harbor, Pacific, and Wahkiakum counties -Goose hunting hours are 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., except one-half hour before sunrise to sunset during the September goose season and 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. during the late goose season.
(c) Hunting hours for falconry seasons (except migratory game bird seasons) are exempt from these hunting hours, except on designated pheasant release sites.

(3) OFFICIAL HUNTING HOURS

FOR MIGRATORY GAME BIRDS, UPLAND BIRDS, AND WILD TURKEYS*

WHEN THE SEPTEMBER 1 - JANUARY 31 PERIOD BEGINS ON TUESDAY

Western Washington

from

Eastern Washington

from

Dates (Inclusive) A.M. to P.M. A.M. to P.M.
Daylight Savings Time
Tues. Sept. 1 - Sun. Sept. 6 6:00 7:45 5:50 7:35
Mon. Sept. 7 - Sun. Sept. 13 6:10 7:35 6:00 7:20
Mon. Sept. 14 - Sun. Sept. 20 6:20 7:20 6:05 7:05
Mon. Sept. 21 - Sun. Sept. 27 6:30 7:05 6:15 6:50
Mon. Sept. 28 - Sun. Oct. 4 6:40 6:50 6:25 6:35
Mon. Oct. 5 - Sun. Oct. 11 6:45 6:35 6:35 6:25
Mon. Oct. 12 - Sun. Oct. 18 6:55 6:20 6:45 6:10
Mon. Oct. 19 - Sat. Oct. 24 7:05 6:10 6:55 6:00
Pacific Standard Time
Sun. Oct. 25 6:10 5:00 6:00 4:50
Mon. Oct. 26 - Sun. Nov. 1 6:20 4:55 6:05 4:45
Mon. Nov. 2 - Sun. Nov. 8 6:30 4:45 6:15 4:35
Mon. Nov. 9 - Sun. Nov. 15 6:40 4:35 6:30 4:25
Mon. Nov. 16 - Sun. Nov. 22 6:50 4:30 6:40 4:15
Mon. Nov. 23 - Sun. Nov. 29 7:00 4:25 6:45 4:10
Mon. Nov. 30 - Sun. Dec. 6 7:10 4:20 6:55 4:10
Mon. Dec. 7 - Sun. Dec. 13 7:15 4:20 7:05 4:05
Mon. Dec. 14 - Sun. Dec. 20 7:20 4:20 7:10 4:10
Mon. Dec. 21 - Sun. Dec. 27 7:25 4:20 7:15 4:10
Mon. Dec. 28 - Sun. Jan. 3 7:30 4:30 7:15 4:15
Mon. Jan. 4 - Sun. Jan. 10 7:25 4:35 7:15 4:25
Mon. Jan. 11 - Sun. Jan. 17 7:25 4:45 7:10 4:30
Mon. Jan. 18 - Sun. Jan. 24 7:20 4:55 7:05 4:40
Mon. Jan. 25 - Sat. Jan. 31 7:10 5:00 7:00 4:50

* These are lawful hunting hours (one-half hour before sunrise to sunset) for migratory game birds (duck, goose, coot, snipe, mourning dove, and band-tailed pigeon); upland birds (pheasant, quail, partridge); and turkey during established seasons.

Exceptions:

(a) Western Washington - Pheasant and quail hunting hours are 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. in all areas.
(b) Clark (except areas south of the Washougal River), Cowlitz, Grays Harbor, Pacific, and Wahkiakum counties -Goose hunting hours are 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., except one-half hour before sunrise to sunset during the September goose season and 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. during the late goose season.
(c) Hunting hours for falconry seasons (except migratory game bird seasons) are exempt from these hunting hours, except on designated pheasant release sites.

(4) OFFICIAL HUNTING HOURS

FOR MIGRATORY GAME BIRDS, UPLAND BIRDS, AND WILD TURKEYS*

WHEN THE SEPTEMBER 1 - JANUARY 31 PERIOD BEGINS ON WEDNESDAY

Western Washington

from

Eastern Washington

from

Dates (Inclusive) A.M. to P.M. A.M. to P.M.
Daylight Savings Time
Wed. Sept. 1 - Sun. Sept. 5 6:00 7:45 5:50 7:35
Mon. Sept. 6 - Sun. Sept. 12 6:10 7:35 5:55 7:20
Mon. Sept. 13 - Sun. Sept. 19 6:15 7:20 6:05 7:10
Mon. Sept. 20 - Sun. Sept. 26 6:25 7:05 6:15 6:55
Mon. Sept. 27 - Sun. Oct. 3 6:35 6:50 6:25 6:40
Mon. Oct. 4 - Sun. Oct. 10 6:45 6:40 6:35 6:25
Mon. Oct. 11 - Sun. Oct. 17 6:55 6:25 6:45 6:10
Mon. Oct. 18 - Sun. Oct. 24 7:05 6:10 6:55 6:00
Mon. Oct. 25 - Sat. Oct. 30 7:15 6:00 7:05 5:45
Pacific Standard Time
Sun. Oct. 31 - Sun. Nov. 7 6:25 4:50 6:15 4:35
Mon. Nov. 8 - Sun. Nov. 14 6:40 4:40 6:25 4:25
Mon. Nov. 15 - Sun. Nov. 21 6:50 4:30 6:35 4:20
Mon. Nov. 22 - Sun. Nov. 28 7:00 4:25 6:45 4:10
Mon. Nov. 29 - Sun. Dec. 5 7:05 4:20 6:55 4:10
Mon. Dec. 6 - Sun. Dec. 12 7:15 4:20 7:05 4:05
Mon. Dec. 13 - Sun. Dec. 19 7:20 4:20 7:10 4:05
Mon. Dec. 20 - Sun. Dec. 26 7:25 4:20 7:15 4:10
Mon. Dec. 27 - Sun. Jan. 2 7:25 4:25 7:15 4:15
Mon. Jan. 3 - Sun. Jan. 9 7:25 4:35 7:15 4:20
Mon. Jan. 10 - Sun. Jan. 16 7:25 4:40 7:10 4:30
Mon. Jan. 17 - Sun. Jan. 23 7:20 4:50 7:10 4:40
Mon. Jan. 24 - Mon. Jan. 31 7:10 5:00 7:00 4:50

* These are lawful hunting hours (one-half hour before sunrise to sunset) for migratory game birds (duck, goose, coot, snipe, mourning dove, and band-tailed pigeon); upland birds (pheasant, quail, partridge); and turkey during established seasons.

Exceptions:

(a) Western Washington - Pheasant and quail hunting hours are 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. in all areas.
(b) Clark (except areas south of the Washougal River), Cowlitz, Grays Harbor, Pacific, and Wahkiakum counties -Goose hunting hours are 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., except one-half hour before sunrise to sunset during the September goose season and 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. during the late goose season.
(c) Hunting hours for falconry seasons (except migratory game bird seasons) are exempt from these hunting hours, except on designated pheasant release sites.

(5) OFFICIAL HUNTING HOURS

FOR MIGRATORY GAME BIRDS, UPLAND BIRDS, AND WILD TURKEYS*

WHEN THE SEPTEMBER 1 - JANUARY 31 PERIOD BEGINS ON THURSDAY

Western Washington

from

Eastern Washington

from

Dates (Inclusive) A.M. to P.M. A.M. to P.M.
Daylight Savings Time
Thur. Sept. 1 - Sun. Sept. 4 6:00 7:45 5:45 7:35
Mon. Sept. 5 - Sun. Sept. 11 6:05 7:35 5:55 7:25
Mon. Sept. 12 - Sun. Sept. 18 6:15 7:20 6:05 7:10
Mon. Sept. 19 - Sun. Sept. 25 6:25 7:10 6:10 6:55
Mon. Sept. 26 - Sun. Oct. 2 6:35 6:55 6:25 6:40
Mon. Oct. 3 - Sun. Oct. 9 6:45 6:40 6:35 6:25
Mon. Oct. 10 - Sun. Oct. 16 6:55 6:25 6:45 6:15
Mon. Oct. 17 - Sun. Oct. 23 7:05 6:10 6:55 6:00
Mon. Oct. 24 - Sat. Oct. 29 7:15 6:00 7:05 5:50
Pacific Standard Time
Sun. Oct. 30 6:20 4:55 6:10 4:45
Mon. Oct. 31 - Sun. Nov. 6 6:25 4:50 6:15 4:35
Mon. Nov. 7 - Sun. Nov. 13 6:35 4:40 6:25 4:25
Mon. Nov. 14 - Sun. Nov. 20 6:45 4:30 6:35 4:20
Mon. Nov. 21 - Sun. Nov. 27 6:55 4:25 6:45 4:10
Mon. Nov. 28 - Sun. Dec. 4 7:05 4:20 6:55 4:10
Mon. Dec. 5 - Sun. Dec. 11 7:15 4:20 7:00 4:05
Mon. Dec. 12 - Sun. Dec. 18 7:20 4:20 7:10 4:05
Mon. Dec. 19 - Sun. Dec. 25 7:25 4:20 7:10 4:10
Mon. Dec. 26 - Sun. Jan. 1 7:25 4:25 7:15 4:15
Mon. Jan. 2 - Sun. Jan. 8 7:25 4:30 7:15 4:20
Mon. Jan. 9 - Sun. Jan. 15 7:25 4:40 7:10 4:30
Mon. Jan. 16 - Sun. Jan. 22 7:20 4:50 7:10 4:40
Mon. Jan. 23 - Sun. Jan. 29 7:15 5:00 7:00 4:50
Mon. Jan. 30 - Tues. Jan. 31 7:10 5:05 6:55 4:55

* These are lawful hunting hours (one-half hour before sunrise to sunset) for migratory game birds (duck, goose, coot, snipe, mourning dove, and band-tailed pigeon); upland birds (pheasant, quail, partridge); and turkey during established seasons.

Exceptions:

(a) Western Washington - Pheasant and quail hunting hours are 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. in all areas.
(b) Clark (except areas south of the Washougal River), Cowlitz, Grays Harbor, Pacific, and Wahkiakum counties -Goose hunting hours are 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., except one-half hour before sunrise to sunset during the September goose season and 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. during the late goose season.
(c) Hunting hours for falconry seasons (except migratory game bird seasons) are exempt from these hunting hours, except on designated pheasant release sites.

(6) OFFICIAL HUNTING HOURS

FOR MIGRATORY GAME BIRDS, UPLAND BIRDS, AND WILD TURKEYS*

WHEN THE SEPTEMBER 1 - JANUARY 31 PERIOD BEGINS ON FRIDAY

Western Washington

from

Eastern Washington

from

Dates (Inclusive) A.M. to P.M. A.M. to P.M.
Daylight Savings Time
Fri. Sept. 1 - Sun. Sept. 3 6:00 7:50 5:45 7:35
Mon. Sept. 4 - Sun. Sept. 10 6:05 7:40 5:55 7:25
Mon. Sept. 11 - Sun. Sept. 17 6:15 7:25 6:05 7:10
Mon. Sept. 18 - Sun. Sept. 24 6:25 7:10 6:10 7:00
Mon. Sept. 25 - Sun. Oct. 1 6:35 6:55 6:20 6:45
Mon. Oct. 2 - Sun. Oct. 8 6:45 6:40 6:30 6:30
Mon. Oct. 9 - Sun. Oct. 15 6:55 6:25 6:40 6:15
Mon. Oct. 16 - Sun. Oct. 22 7:05 6:15 6:50 6:00
Mon. Oct. 23 - Sat. Oct. 28 7:10 6:05 7:00 5:50
Pacific Standard Time
Sun. Oct. 29 6:20 5:00 6:05 4:45
Mon. Oct. 30 - Sun. Nov. 5 6:25 4:50 6:10 4:40
Mon. Nov. 6 - Sun. Nov. 12 6:35 4:40 6:25 4:30
Mon. Nov. 13 - Sun. Nov. 19 6:45 4:30 6:35 4:20
Mon. Nov. 20 - Sun. Nov. 26 6:55 4:25 6:45 4:15
Mon. Nov. 27 - Sun. Dec. 3 7:05 4:20 6:55 4:10
Mon. Dec. 4 - Sun. Dec. 10 7:15 4:20 7:00 4:05
Mon. Dec. 11 - Sun. Dec. 17 7:20 4:20 7:10 4:05
Mon. Dec. 18 - Sun. Dec. 24 7:25 4:20 7:10 4:10
Mon. Dec. 25 - Sun. Dec. 31 7:25 4:25 7:15 4:10
Mon. Jan. 1 - Sun. Jan. 7 7:30 4:30 7:15 4:20
Mon. Jan. 8 - Sun. Jan. 14 7:25 4:40 7:15 4:30
Mon. Jan. 15 - Sun. Jan. 21 7:20 4:50 7:10 4:40
Mon. Jan. 22 - Sun. Jan. 28 7:15 5:00 7:00 4:50
Mon. Jan. 29 - Wed. Jan. 31 7:10 5:05 6:55 4:50

* These are lawful hunting hours (one-half hour before sunrise to sunset) for migratory game birds (duck, goose, coot, snipe, mourning dove, and band-tailed pigeon); upland birds (pheasant, quail, partridge); and turkey during established seasons.

Exceptions:

(a) Western Washington - Pheasant and quail hunting hours are 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. in all areas.
(b) Clark (except areas south of the Washougal River), Cowlitz, Grays Harbor, Pacific, and Wahkiakum counties -Goose hunting hours are 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., except one-half hour before sunrise to sunset during the September goose season and 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. during the late goose season.
(c) Hunting hours for falconry seasons (except migratory game bird seasons) are exempt from these hunting hours, except on designated pheasant release sites.

(7) OFFICIAL HUNTING HOURS

FOR MIGRATORY GAME BIRDS, UPLAND BIRDS, AND WILD TURKEYS*

WHEN THE SEPTEMBER 1 - JANUARY 31 PERIOD BEGINS ON SATURDAY

Western Washington

from

Eastern Washington

from

Dates (Inclusive) A.M. to P.M. A.M. to P.M.
Daylight Savings Time
Sat. Sept. 1 - Sun. Sept. 2 6:00 7:50 5:45 7:40
Mon. Sept. 3 - Sun. Sept. 9 6:05 7:40 5:50 7:30
Mon. Sept. 10 - Sun. Sept. 16 6:15 7:25 6:00 7:15
Mon. Sept. 17 - Sun. Sept. 23 6:20 7:10 6:10 7:00
Mon. Sept. 24 - Sun. Sept. 30 6:30 6:55 6:20 6:45
Mon. Oct. 1 - Sun. Oct. 7 6:40 6:45 6:30 6:30
Mon. Oct. 8 - Sun. Oct. 14 6:50 6:30 6:40 6:15
Mon. Oct. 15 - Sun. Oct. 21 7:00 6:15 6:50 6:05
Mon. Oct. 22 - Sat. Oct. 27 7:10 6:05 7:00 5:50
Pacific Standard Time
Sun. Oct. 28 6:15 5:00 6:05 4:45
Mon. Oct. 29 - Sun. Nov. 4 6:20 4:50 6:10 4:40
Mon. Nov. 5 - Sun. Nov. 11 6:35 4:40 6:20 4:30
Mon. Nov. 12 - Sun. Nov. 18 6:45 4:35 6:30 4:20
Mon. Nov. 19 - Sun. Nov. 25 6:55 4:25 6:40 4:15
Mon. Nov. 26 - Sun. Dec. 2 7:05 4:20 6:50 4:10
Mon. Dec. 3 - Sun. Dec. 9 7:10 4:20 7:00 4:05
Mon. Dec. 10 - Sun. Dec. 16 7:20 4:20 7:05 4:05
Mon. Dec. 17 - Sun. Dec. 23 7:25 4:20 7:10 4:05
Mon. Dec. 24 - Sun. Dec. 30 7:25 4:25 7:15 4:10
Mon. Dec. 31 - Sun. Jan. 6 7:25 4:30 7:15 4:20
Mon. Jan. 7 - Sun. Jan. 13 7:25 4:40 7:15 4:25
Mon. Jan. 14 - Sun. Jan. 20 7:20 4:45 7:10 4:35
Mon. Jan. 21 - Sun. Jan. 27 7:15 4:55 7:05 4:45
Mon. Jan. 28 - Thur. Jan. 31 7:10 5:05 7:00 4:55

* These are lawful hunting hours (one-half hour before sunrise to sunset) for migratory game birds (duck, goose, coot, snipe, mourning dove, and band-tailed pigeon); upland birds (pheasant, quail, partridge); and turkey during established seasons.

Exceptions:

(a) Western Washington - Pheasant and quail hunting hours are 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. in all areas.
(b) Clark (except areas south of the Washougal River), Cowlitz, Grays Harbor, Pacific, and Wahkiakum counties -Goose hunting hours are 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., except one-half hour before sunrise to sunset during the September goose season and 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. during the late goose season.
(c) Hunting hours for falconry seasons (except migratory game bird seasons) are exempt from these hunting hours, except on designated pheasant release sites.

(8) OFFICIAL HUNTING HOURS

FOR GAME ANIMALS AND FOREST GROUSE*

WHEN THE SEPTEMBER 1 - JANUARY 31 PERIOD BEGINS ON SUNDAY

Western Washington

from

Eastern Washington

from

Dates (Inclusive) A.M. to P.M. A.M. to P.M.
Daylight Savings Time
Sun. Sept. 1 - Sun. Sept. 8 6:00 8:15 5:45 8:00
Mon. Sept. 9 - Sun. Sept. 15 6:10 8:00 6:00 7:45
Mon. Sept. 16 - Sun. Sept. 22 6:20 7:45 6:10 7:30
Mon. Sept. 23 - Sun. Sept. 29 6:30 7:30 6:20 7:15
Mon. Sept. 30 - Sun. Oct. 6 6:40 7:15 6:30 7:05
Mon. Oct. 7 - Sun. Oct. 13 6:50 7:00 6:40 6:50
Mon. Oct. 14 - Sun. Oct. 20 7:00 6:50 6:50 6:35
Mon. Oct. 21 - Sat. Oct. 26 7:10 6:35 7:00 6:25
Pacific Standard Time
Sun. Oct. 27 6:10 5:35 6:00 5:25
Mon. Oct. 28 - Sun. Nov. 3 6:20 5:25 6:10 5:20
Mon. Nov. 4 - Sun. Nov. 10 6:30 5:15 6:20 5:00
Mon. Nov. 11 - Sun. Nov. 17 6:40 5:05 6:30 4:50
Mon. Nov. 18 - Sun. Nov. 24 6:50 4:55 6:40 4:45
Mon. Nov. 25 - Sun. Dec. 1 7:00 4:50 6:50 4:40
Mon. Dec. 2 - Sun. Dec. 8 7:10 4:50 7:00 4:40
Mon. Dec. 9 - Sun. Dec. 15 7:15 4:50 7:05 4:40
Mon. Dec. 16 - Sun. Dec. 22 7:20 4:50 7:10 4:40
Mon. Dec. 23 - Sun. Dec. 29 7:25 4:55 7:10 4:45
Mon. Dec. 30 - Sun. Jan. 5 7:25 5:00 7:15 4:45
Mon. Jan. 6 - Sun. Jan. 12 7:25 5:05 7:15 4:55
Mon. Jan. 13 - Sun. Jan. 19 7:20 5:15 7:10 5:05
Mon. Jan. 20 - Sun. Jan. 26 7:15 5:25 7:05 5:15
Mon. Jan. 27 - Fri. Jan. 31 7:10 5:35 7:00 5:25

* These are lawful hunting hours (one-half hour before sunrise to one-half hour after sunset) for game animals and forest grouse (ruffed, blue, spruce) during established seasons.

Exceptions:

(a) Bobcat and raccoon are exempt from hunting hour restrictions during established bobcat and raccoon seasons except when that area is open to modern firearm hunting of deer or elk, hunting hours shall be one-half hour before sunrise to one-half hour after sunset.
(b) Hunting hours for falconry seasons (except migratory game bird seasons) are exempt from these hunting hours, except on designated pheasant release sites.

(9) OFFICIAL HUNTING HOURS

FOR GAME ANIMALS AND FOREST GROUSE*

WHEN THE SEPTEMBER 1 - JANUARY 31 PERIOD BEGINS ON MONDAY

Western Washington

from

Eastern Washington

from

Dates (Inclusive) A.M. to P.M. A.M. to P.M.
Daylight Savings Time
Mon. Sept. 1 - Sun. Sept. 7 6:00 8:15 5:50 8:00
Mon. Sept. 8 - Sun. Sept. 14 6:10 8:00 6:00 7:50
Mon. Sept. 15 - Sun. Sept. 21 6:20 7:45 6:10 7:35
Mon. Sept. 22 - Sun. Sept. 28 6:30 7:30 6:15 7:20
Mon. Sept. 29 - Sun. Oct. 5 6:40 7:15 6:30 7:05
Mon. Oct. 6 - Sun. Oct. 12 6:50 7:00 6:40 6:55
Mon. Oct. 13 - Sun. Oct. 19 7:00 6:50 6:50 6:40
Mon. Oct. 20 - Sat. Oct. 25 7:10 6:40 7:00 6:25
Pacific Standard Time
Sun. Oct. 26 6:15 5:30 6:00 5:20
Mon. Oct. 27 - Sun. Nov. 2 6:20 5:25 6:10 5:15
Mon. Nov. 3 - Sun. Nov. 9 6:30 5:15 6:20 5:00
Mon. Nov. 10 - Sun. Nov. 16 6:40 5:05 6:30 4:55
Mon. Nov. 17 - Sun. Nov. 23 6:50 5:00 6:40 4:45
Mon. Nov. 24 - Sun. Nov. 30 7:00 4:50 6:50 4:40
Mon. Dec. 1 - Sun. Dec. 7 7:10 4:50 7:00 4:40
Mon. Dec. 8 - Sun. Dec. 14 7:15 4:50 7:05 4:40
Mon. Dec. 15 - Sun. Dec. 21 7:20 4:50 7:10 4:40
Mon. Dec. 22 - Sun. Dec. 28 7:25 4:55 7:10 4:40
Mon. Dec. 29 - Sun. Jan. 4 7:25 5:00 7:15 4:45
Mon. Jan. 5 - Sun. Jan. 11 7:25 5:05 7:15 4:55
Mon. Jan. 12 - Sun. Jan. 18 7:25 5:15 7:10 5:05
Mon. Jan. 19 - Sun. Jan. 25 7:20 5:25 7:05 5:15
Mon. Jan. 26 - Fri. Jan. 31 7:10 5:30 7:00 5:25

* These are lawful hunting hours (one-half hour before sunrise to one-half hour after sunset) for game animals and forest grouse (ruffed, blue, spruce) during established seasons.

Exceptions:

(a) Bobcat and raccoon are exempt from hunting hour restrictions during established bobcat and raccoon seasons except when that area is open to modern firearm hunting of deer or elk, hunting hours shall be one-half hour before sunrise to one-half hour after sunset.
(b) Hunting hours for falconry seasons (except migratory game bird seasons) are exempt from these hunting hours, except on designated pheasant release sites.

(10) OFFICIAL HUNTING HOURS

FOR GAME ANIMALS AND FOREST GROUSE*

WHEN THE SEPTEMBER 1 - JANUARY 31 PERIOD BEGINS ON TUESDAY

Western Washington

from

Eastern Washington

from

Dates (Inclusive) A.M. to P.M. A.M. to P.M.
Daylight Savings Time
Tues. Sept. 1 - Sun. Sept. 6 6:00 8:15 5:50 8:05
Mon. Sept. 7 - Sun. Sept. 13 6:10 8:05 6:00 7:50
Mon. Sept. 14 - Sun. Sept. 20 6:20 7:50 6:05 7:35
Mon. Sept. 21 - Sun. Sept. 27 6:30 7:35 6:15 7:20
Mon. Sept. 28 - Sun. Oct. 4 6:40 7:20 6:25 7:05
Mon. Oct. 5 - Sun. Oct. 11 6:45 7:05 6:35 6:55
Mon. Oct. 12 - Sun. Oct. 18 6:55 6:50 6:45 6:40
Mon. Oct. 19 - Sat. Oct. 24 7:05 6:40 6:55 6:30
Pacific Standard Time
Sun. Oct. 25 6:10 5:30 6:00 5:20
Mon. Oct. 26 - Sun. Nov. 1 6:20 5:25 6:05 5:15
Mon. Nov. 2 - Sun. Nov. 8 6:30 5:15 6:15 5:05
Mon. Nov. 9 - Sun. Nov. 15 6:40 5:05 6:30 4:55
Mon. Nov. 16 - Sun. Nov. 22 6:50 5:00 6:40 4:45
Mon. Nov. 23 - Sun. Nov. 29 7:00 4:55 6:50 4:40
Mon. Nov. 30 - Sun. Dec. 6 7:10 4:50 6:55 4:40
Mon. Dec. 7 - Sun. Dec. 13 7:15 4:50 7:05 4:35
Mon. Dec. 14 - Sun. Dec. 20 7:20 4:50 7:10 4:40
Mon. Dec. 21 - Sun. Dec. 27 7:25 4:50 7:15 4:40
Mon. Dec. 28 - Sun. Jan. 3 7:30 5:00 7:15 4:45
Mon. Jan. 4 - Sun. Jan. 10 7:25 5:05 7:15 4:55
Mon. Jan. 11 - Sun. Jan. 17 7:25 5:15 7:10 5:00
Mon. Jan. 18 - Sun. Jan. 24 7:20 5:25 7:05 5:10
Mon. Jan. 25 - Sat. Jan. 31 7:10 5:30 7:00 5:20

* These are lawful hunting hours (one-half hour before sunrise to one-half hour after sunset) for game animals and forest grouse (ruffed, blue, spruce) during established seasons.

Exceptions:

(a) Bobcat and raccoon are exempt from hunting hour restrictions during established bobcat and raccoon seasons except when that area is open to modern firearm hunting of deer or elk, hunting hours shall be one-half hour before sunrise to one-half hour after sunset.
(b) Hunting hours for falconry seasons (except migratory game bird seasons) are exempt from these hunting hours, except on designated pheasant release sites.

(11) OFFICIAL HUNTING HOURS

FOR GAME ANIMALS AND FOREST GROUSE*

WHEN THE SEPTEMBER 1 - JANUARY 31 PERIOD BEGINS ON WEDNESDAY

Western Washington

from

Eastern Washington

from

Dates (Inclusive) A.M. to P.M. A.M. to P.M.
Daylight Savings Time
Wed. Sept. 1 - Sun. Sept. 5 6:00 8:15 5:50 8:05
Mon. Sept. 6 - Sun. Sept. 12 6:10 8:05 5:55 7:50
Mon. Sept. 13 - Sun. Sept. 19 6:15 7:50 6:05 7:40
Mon. Sept. 20 - Sun. Sept. 26 6:25 7:35 6:15 7:25
Mon. Sept. 27 - Sun. Oct. 3 6:35 7:20 6:25 7:10
Mon. Oct. 4 - Sun. Oct. 10 6:45 7:10 6:35 6:55
Mon. Oct. 11 - Sun. Oct. 17 6:55 6:55 6:45 6:40
Mon. Oct. 18 - Sun. Oct. 24 7:05 6:40 6:55 6:30
Mon. Oct. 25 - Sat. Oct. 30 7:15 6:30 7:05 6:15
Pacific Standard Time
Sun. Oct. 31 - Sun. Nov. 7 6:25 5:20 6:15 5:05
Mon. Nov. 8 - Sun. Nov. 14 6:40 5:10 6:25 4:55
Mon. Nov. 15 - Sun. Nov. 21 6:50 5:00 6:35 4:50
Mon. Nov. 22 - Sun. Nov. 28 7:00 4:55 6:45 4:40
Mon. Nov. 29 - Sun. Dec. 5 7:05 4:50 6:55 4:40
Mon. Dec. 6 - Sun. Dec. 12 7:15 4:50 7:05 4:35
Mon. Dec. 13 - Sun. Dec. 19 7:20 4:50 7:10 4:35
Mon. Dec. 20 - Sun. Dec. 26 7:25 4:50 7:15 4:40
Mon. Dec. 27 - Sun. Jan. 2 7:25 4:55 7:15 4:45
Mon. Jan. 3 - Sun. Jan. 9 7:25 5:05 7:15 4:50
Mon. Jan. 10 - Sun. Jan. 16 7:25 5:10 7:10 5:00
Mon. Jan. 17 - Sun. Jan. 23 7:20 5:20 7:10 5:10
Mon. Jan. 24 - Mon. Jan. 31 7:10 5:30 7:00 5:20

* These are lawful hunting hours (one-half hour before sunrise to one-half hour after sunset) for game animals and forest grouse (ruffed, blue, spruce) during established seasons.

Exceptions:

(a) Bobcat and raccoon are exempt from hunting hour restrictions during established bobcat and raccoon seasons except when that area is open to modern firearm hunting of deer or elk, hunting hours shall be one-half hour before sunrise to one-half hour after sunset.
(b) Hunting hours for falconry seasons (except migratory game bird seasons) are exempt from these hunting hours, except on designated pheasant release sites.

(12) OFFICIAL HUNTING HOURS

FOR GAME ANIMALS AND FOREST GROUSE*

WHEN THE SEPTEMBER 1 - JANUARY 31 PERIOD BEGINS ON THURSDAY

Western Washington

from

Eastern Washington

from

Dates (Inclusive) A.M. to P.M. A.M. to P.M.
Daylight Savings Time
Thurs. Sept. 1 - Sun. Sept. 4 6:00 8:15 5:45 8:05
Mon. Sept. 5 - Sun. Sept.11 6:05 8:05 5:55 7:55
Mon. Sept. 12 - Sun. Sept. 18 6:15 7:50 6:05 7:40
Mon. Sept. 19 - Sun. Sept. 25 6:25 7:40 6:10 7:25
Mon. Sept. 26 - Sun. Oct. 2 6:35 7:25 6:25 7:10
Mon. Oct. 3 - Sun. Oct. 9 6:45 7:10 6:35 6:55
Mon. Oct. 10 - Sun. Oct. 16 6:55 7:05 6:40 6:45
Mon. Oct. 17 - Sun. Oct. 23 7:05 6:40 6:55 6:30
Mon. Oct. 24 - Sat. Oct. 29 7:15 6:30 7:00 6:20
Pacific Standard Time
Sun. Oct. 30 6:20 5:25 6:10 5:15
Mon. Oct. 31 - Sun. Nov. 6 6:25 5:20 6:15 5:05
Mon. Nov. 7 - Sun. Nov. 13 6:35 5:10 6:25 4:55
Mon. Nov. 14 - Sun. Nov. 20 6:45 5:00 6:35 4:50
Mon. Nov. 21 - Sun. Nov. 27 6:55 4:55 6:45 4:40
Mon. Nov. 28 - Sun. Dec. 4 7:05 4:50 6:55 4:40
Mon. Dec. 5 - Sun. Dec. 11 7:15 4:50 7:00 4:35
Mon. Dec. 12 - Sun. Dec. 18 7:20 4:50 7:10 4:35
Mon. Dec. 19 - Sun. Dec. 25 7:25 4:50 7:10 4:40
Mon. Dec. 26 - Sun. Jan. 1 7:25 4:55 7:15 4:45
Mon. Jan. 2 - Sun. Jan. 8 7:25 5:00 7:15 4:50
Mon. Jan. 9 - Sun. Jan. 15 7:25 5:10 7:10 5:00
Mon. Jan. 16 - Sun. Jan. 22 7:20 5:20 7:10 5:10
Mon. Jan. 23 - Sun. Jan. 29 7:15 5:30 7:00 5:20
Mon. Jan. 30 - Tues. Jan. 31 7:10 5:35 6:55 5:25

* These are lawful hunting hours (one-half hour before sunrise to one-half hour after sunset) for game animals and forest grouse (ruffed, blue, spruce) during established seasons.

Exceptions:

(a) Bobcat and raccoon are exempt from hunting hour restrictions during established bobcat and raccoon seasons except when that area is open to modern firearm hunting of deer or elk, hunting hours shall be one-half hour before sunrise to one-half hour after sunset.
(b) Hunting hours for falconry seasons (except migratory game bird seasons) are exempt from these hunting hours, except on designated pheasant release sites.

(13) OFFICIAL HUNTING HOURS

FOR GAME ANIMALS AND FOREST GROUSE*

WHEN THE SEPTEMBER 1 - JANUARY 31 PERIOD BEGINS ON FRIDAY

Western Washington

from

Eastern Washington

from

Dates (Inclusive) A.M. to P.M. A.M. to P.M.
Daylight Savings Time
Fri. Sept. 1 - Sun. Sept. 3 6:00 8:20 5:45 8:05
Mon. Sept. 4 - Sun. Sept. 10 6:05 8:10 5:55 7:55
Mon. Sept. 11 - Sun. Sept. 17 6:15 7:55 6:05 7:40
Mon. Sept. 18 - Sun. Sept. 24 6:25 7:40 6:10 7:30
Mon. Sept. 25 - Sun. Oct. 1 6:35 7:25 6:20 7:15
Mon. Oct. 2 - Sun. Oct. 8 6:45 7:10 6:30 7:00
Mon. Oct. 9 - Sun. Oct. 15 6:55 6:55 6:40 6:45
Mon. Oct. 16 - Sun. Oct. 22 7:05 6:45 6:50 6:30
Mon. Oct. 23 - Sat. Oct. 28 7:10 6:35 7:00 6:20
Pacific Standard Time
Sun. Oct. 29 6:20 5:30 6:05 5:15
Mon. Oct. 30 - Sun. Nov. 5 6:25 5:20 6:10 5:10
Mon. Nov. 6 - Sun. Nov. 12 6:35 5:10 6:25 5:00
Mon. Nov. 13 - Sun. Nov. 19 6:45 5:00 6:35 4:50
Mon. Nov. 20 - Sun. Nov. 26 6:55 4:55 6:45 4:45
Mon. Nov. 27 - Sun. Dec. 3 7:05 4:50 6:55 4:40
Mon. Dec. 4 - Sun. Dec. 10 7:15 4:50 7:00 4:35
Mon. Dec. 11 - Sun. Dec. 17 7:20 4:50 7:10 4:35
Mon. Dec. 18 - Sun. Dec. 24 7:25 4:50 7:10 4:40
Mon. Dec. 25 - Sun. Dec. 31 7:25 4:55 7:15 4:40
Mon. Jan. 1 - Sun. Jan. 7 7:30 5:00 7:15 4:50
Mon. Jan. 8 - Sun. Jan. 14 7:25 5:10 7:15 5:00
Mon. Jan. 15 - Sun. Jan. 21 7:20 5:20 7:10 5:10
Mon. Jan. 22 - Sun. Jan. 28 7:15 5:30 7:00 5:20
Mon. Jan. 29 - Wed. Jan. 31 7:10 5:35 6:55 5:20

* These are lawful hunting hours (one-half hour before sunrise to one-half hour after sunset) for game animals and forest grouse (ruffed, blue, spruce) during established seasons.

Exceptions:

(a) Bobcat and raccoon are exempt from hunting hour restrictions during established bobcat and raccoon seasons except when that area is open to modern firearm hunting of deer or elk, hunting hours shall be one-half hour before sunrise to one-half hour after sunset.
(b) Hunting hours for falconry seasons (except migratory game bird seasons) are exempt from these hunting hours, except on designated pheasant release sites.

(14) OFFICIAL HUNTING HOURS

FOR GAME ANIMALS AND FOREST GROUSE*

WHEN THE SEPTEMBER 1 - JANUARY 31 PERIOD BEGINS ON SATURDAY

Western Washington

from

Eastern Washington

from

Dates (Inclusive) A.M. to P.M. A.M. to P.M.
Daylight Savings Time
Sat. Sept. 1 - Sun. Sept. 2 6:00 8:20 5:45 8:10
Mon. Sept. 3 - Sun. Sept. 9 6:05 8:10 5:50 8:00
Mon. Sept. 10 - Sun. Sept. 16 6:15 7:55 6:00 7:45
Mon. Sept. 17 - Sun. Sept. 23 6:20 7:40 6:10 7:30
Mon. Sept. 24 - Sun. Sept. 30 6:30 7:25 6:20 7:15
Mon. Oct. 1 - Sun. Oct. 7 6:40 7:15 6:30 7:00
Mon. Oct. 8 - Sun. Oct. 14 6:50 7:00 6:40 6:45
Mon. Oct. 15 - Sun. Oct. 21 7:00 6:45 6:50 6:35
Mon. Oct. 22 - Sat. Oct. 27 7:10 6:35 7:00 6:20
Pacific Standard Time
Sun. Oct. 28 6:15 5:30 6:05 5:15
Mon. Oct. 29 - Sun. Nov. 4 6:20 5:20 6:10 5:10
Mon. Nov. 5 - Sun. Nov. 11 6:35 5:10 6:20 5:00
Mon. Nov. 12 - Sun. Nov. 18 6:45 5:05 6:30 4:50
Mon. Nov. 19 - Sun. Nov. 25 6:55 4:55 6:40 4:45
Mon. Nov. 26 - Sun. Dec. 2 7:05 4:50 6:50 4:40
Mon. Dec. 3 - Sun. Dec. 9 7:10 4:50 7:00 4:35
Mon. Dec. 10 - Sun. Dec. 16 7:20 4:50 7:05 4:35
Mon. Dec. 17 - Sun. Dec. 23 7:25 4:50 7:10 4:35
Mon. Dec. 24 - Sun. Dec. 30 7:25 4:55 7:15 4:40
Mon. Dec. 31 - Sun. Jan. 6 7:25 5:00 7:15 4:50
Mon. Jan. 7 - Sun. Jan. 13 7:25 5:10 7:15 4:55
Mon. Jan. 14 - Sun. Jan. 20 7:20 5:15 7:10 5:05
Mon. Jan. 21 - Sun. Jan. 27 7:15 5:25 7:05 5:15
Mon. Jan. 28 - Thur . Jan. 31 7:10 5:35 7:00 5:25

* These are lawful hunting hours (one-half hour before sunrise to one-half hour after sunset) for game animals and forest grouse (ruffed, blue, spruce) during established seasons.

Exceptions:

(a) Bobcat and raccoon are exempt from hunting hour restrictions during established bobcat and raccoon seasons except when that area is open to modern firearm hunting of deer or elk, hunting hours shall be one-half hour before sunrise to one-half hour after sunset.
(b) Hunting hours for falconry seasons (except migratory game bird seasons) are exempt from these hunting hours, except on designated pheasant release sites.

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OTS-6124.1


NEW SECTION
WAC 232-28-331   Game management units (GMUs) boundary descriptions -- Region one.  

GMU 101-SHERMAN (Ferry and Okanogan counties):

Beginning at the Kettle River and the US-Canadian border near the Ferry Customs Office, north of the town of Toroda; E on the US-Canadian border to the Kettle River, east of the town of Laurier; S down the Kettle River (Ferry-Stevens county line) to the mouth of the Kettle River on Lake Roosevelt; S down the western shore of Lake Roosevelt to the northeastern corner of the Colville Indian reservation; W on the northern Colville Indian reservation boundary to SR 21; N on SR 21 to SR 20 at the town of Republic; NW on SR 20 to Toroda Creek Rd (Okanogan County Rd 9495) at the town of Wauconda; NE on the Toroda Creek Rd (Okanogan County Rd 9495 and Ferry County Rd 502) to Toroda Creek at the town of Toroda; E along Toroda Creek to its mouth on the Kettle River; N up the Kettle River to the US-Canadian border near the Ferry Customs Office north of the town of Toroda and point of beginning.


GMU 105-KELLYHILL (Stevens County):

Beginning at the Kettle River (Ferry-Stevens county line) and the US-Canadian border east of the town of Laurier; E on the US-Canadian border to Lake Roosevelt (Columbia River); SW along the eastern shore of Lake Roosevelt (Columbia River) to the US Hwy 95 bridge; W on US Hwy 95 over the bridge to the western shore of Lake Roosevelt; N on the western shore of Lake Roosevelt to the mouth of the Kettle River; N up the Kettle River (Ferry-Stevens county line) to the US-Canadian border east of the town of Laurier and the point of beginning.


GMU 108-DOUGLAS (Stevens County):

Beginning at the junction of US Hwy 395 and SR 20 in the town of Colville; NW on US Hwy 395 (SR 20) to the bridge over Lake Roosevelt; N up the southeastern shore of Lake Roosevelt and Columbia River to the SR 25 bridge over the Columbia River at the town of Northport; S on SR 25 to Aladdin Rd in the town of Northport; SW on the Aladdin Rd to SR 20, E of the town of Colville; W on SR 20 to Hwy 395 at the town of Colville and point of beginning.


GMU 111-ALADDIN (Stevens and Pend Oreille counties):

Beginning at the junction of the Aladdin Rd and SR 20 on the east side of Colville; N on Aladdin Rd to SR 25 at the town of Northport; N on SR 25 to the bridge over the Columbia River; NE along the southeastern shoreline of the Columbia River to the US-Canadian border; E along the US-Canadian border to the Pend Oreille River; S along the western shoreline of the Pend Oreille River to Tiger East Rd, which is due east of the town of Tiger; W on the Tiger East Rd to SR 20 at the town of Tiger; W and S on SR 20 to the junction with the Aladdin Rd, E of the town of Colville and point of beginning.


GMU 113-SELKIRK (Pend Oreille County):

Beginning on the western shore of the Pend Oreille River at the US-Canadian border; E on the US-Canadian border to the Washington-Idaho state line; S on the Washington-Idaho state line to the southwestern shore of the Pend Oreille River at the town of Newport; NW along the southwestern shore of the Pend Oreille River to the US-Canadian border and the point of beginning.


GMU 117-49 DEGREES NORTH (Stevens and Pend Oreille counties):

Beginning at junction of SR 20 and US Hwy 395 at the town of Colville; E on SR 20 to Tiger East Rd at the town of Tiger; E on Tiger East Rd to western shore of the Pend Oreille River; S along the southwestern shore of the Pend Oreille River to the Washington-Idaho state line; S along the Washington-Idaho state line to US Hwy 2 in the town of Newport; SW and S on US Hwy 2 to the Deer Park-Milan Rd; W on the Deer Park-Milan Rd to US Hwy 395 at the town of Deer Park; NW on US Hwy 395 to its junction with SR 20 at the town of Colville and the point of the beginning.


GMU 121-HUCKLEBERRY (Stevens County):

Beginning at the US Hwy 395 bridge over Lake Roosevelt (Columbia River) northwest of the town of Kettle Falls; SE on US Hwy 395 through Colville and Chewelah to SR 292 at Loon Lake; W on SR 292 to SR 231 at the town of Springdale; S on SR 231 to the northeast corner of the Spokane Indian reservation; W on the northern boundary of the Spokane Indian reservation to western boundary of the Colville Indian reservation on the Ferry-Okanogan county line on Lake Roosevelt; N along the Colville Indian reservation boundary to its northern corner on Lake Roosevelt; W along Colville Indian reservation boundary to the western shore of Lake Roosevelt; N along western shore of Lake Roosevelt to the US Hwy 395 bridge over Lake Roosevelt northwest of the town of Kettle Falls and the point of beginning.


GMU 124-MOUNT SPOKANE (Spokane, Stevens and Pend Oreille counties):

Beginning at the junction of SR 231 and SR 292 at the town of Springdale; E on SR 292 to US Hwy 395 at Loon Lake; SE on US Hwy 395 to the Deer Park-Milan Rd; E on the Deer Park-Milan Rd to US Hwy 2; N and NE on US Hwy 2 to the Washington-Idaho state line at the town of Newport; S on the Washington-Idaho state line to the Spokane River; W and NW down the north shore of Spokane River to Spokane Indian reservation boundary (Chamokane Creek) north along the eastern boundary of the Spokane Indian reservation boundary (Chamokane Creek) to the northeastern corner of the Spokane Indian reservation; E from the northeastern corner of the Spokane Indian reservation to SR 231; N on SR 231 to SR 292 at the town of Springdale and the point of beginning.


GMU 127-MICA PEAK (Spokane County):

Beginning at the mouth of Latah Creek (Hangman Creek) on the Spokane River; E up the south shore of the Spokane River to the Maple Street Bridge; N across the Maple Street Bridge to the north shore of the Spokane River; E on the north shore of the Spokane River to the Washington-Idaho state line; south on the Washington-Idaho state line to SR 274 at the town of Willard; SW on SR 274 to SR 27 at the town of Tekoa; NW on SR 27 to Fairbanks Rd; W on Fairbanks Rd to Dunn Rd; SW on Dunn Rd to Merrit Rd; W on Merrit Rd to US Route 195; N on US Route 195 to I-90; E on I-90 to Latah Creek (Hangman Creek); N down Latah Creek (Hangman Creek) to the Spokane River and the point of the beginning.


GMU 130-CHENEY (Spokane and Lincoln counties):

Beginning on the Spokane River and SR 231; E up the north shore of the Spokane River to the Maple Street Bridge; S on the Maple Street Bridge to the south shore of the Spokane River; W on the south shore of the Spokane River to Latah Creek (Hangman Creek) in Spokane; S up Latah Creek (Hangman Creek) to I-90; W on I-90 to US Hwy 195; S on US Hwy 195 to Rosalia exit and south to Gashouse Rd in the town of Rosalia; W on Gashouse Rd to Squaw Rd; NW on Squaw Rd to Blackman Rd; W on Blackman Rd to Texas Ferry Rd; S on Texas Ferry Rd to Siegal Rd; W on Siegal Rd to Belsby Rd; W on Belsby Rd to Henderson Rd; W on Henderson Rd to Mullinix Rd; N on Mullinix Rd to Reed Rd; W on Reed Rd to Spuller Rd; S on Spuller Rd to Dewey Rd; W on Dewey Rd to Stoner Rd; SW on Stoner Rd to SR 23; NW along SR 23 to SR 231; N on SR 231 to US Hwy 2; E on US Hwy 2 to SR 231 at the town of Reardan; N along State Hwy 231 to the Spokane River and to the point of beginning.


GMU 133-ROOSEVELT (Lincoln County):

Beginning at the west end of the Grand Coulee Dam at Lake Roosevelt; E along the Grant-Okanogan, Lincoln-Okanogan, Lincoln-Ferry county lines on Lake Roosevelt to the Spokane River; E up the Spokane River, following the Lincoln-Stevens county line, to SR 231; S on SR 231 to US Hwy 2 at the town of Reardan; W on US Hwy 2 to SR 21 at the town of Wilbur; N on SR 21 to SR 174; NW on SR 174 to SR 155 at the town of Grand Coulee; NE on SR 155 to the access road to the Grand Coulee Dam causeway (access restricted); E on the causeway access road to the west end of the Grand Coulee Dam at Lake Roosevelt and the point of the beginning.


GMU 136-HARRINGTON (Lincoln and Grant counties):

Beginning at the town of Grand Coulee at SR 174 and Rd W N.E. (Grand Coulee Hill Rd); SE on SR 174 to US Hwy 2 at the town of Wilbur; E on US Hwy 2 to I-90; SW on I-90 to Danekas Rd (Interstate Hwy Exit 231); W on Danekas Rd to Tokio Rd; W on Tokio Rd to Marcellus Rd; N on Marcellus Rd to Davis Rd; W on Davis Rd to Rd 12 N.E.; W on Rd 12 N.E. to Rd W N.E.; N on Rd W N.E. to Rd X N.E. at the town of Marlin; N on Rd X N.E. to Kiner Rd (Lincoln County Rd 9115); NE, E, N, E, and N on Kiner Rd (Lincoln County Rd 9115) to US Hwy 2, east of the town of Almira; SW on US Hwy 2 to Maxwell Rd; W on Maxwell Rd to Old Coulee Rd at the town of Almira; N on Old Coulee Rd to Douglas Rd; W on Douglas Rd to Peterson Rd; N on Peterson Rd to Rd X N.E.; N on Rd X N.E. to Rd 52 N.E.; E on Rd 52 N.E. to Rd W N.E.; N on Rd W N.E. to Grand Coulee Hill Rd; N on Grand Coulee Hill Rd to SR 174 in the town of Grand Coulee and the point of the beginning.


GMU 139-STEPTOE (Lincoln, Whitman, and Spokane counties):

Beginning at the Washington-Idaho state line and SR 274 at the town of Willard; W on SR 274 to SR 27 at the town of Tekoa; NW on SR 27 to Fairbanks Rd; W on Fairbanks Rd to Dunn Rd; SW on Dunn Rd to Merrit Rd; W on Merrit Rd to the town of Rosalia; from Rosalia, W on Gashouse Rd to Squaw Rd; NW on Squaw Rd to Blackman Rd; W on Blackman Rd to Texas Ferry Rd; S on Texas Ferry Rd to Siegal Rd; W on Siegal Rd to Belsby Rd; W on Belsby Rd to Henderson Rd; W on Henderson Rd to Mullinix Rd; N on Mullinix Rd to Reed Rd; W on Reed Rd to Spuller Rd; S on Spuller Rd to Dewey Rd; W on Dewey Rd to Stoner Rd; SW on Stoner Rd to SR 23; N on SR 23 to Lamont Rd; SW on Lamont Rd to Revere Rd; S on Revere Rd to Rock Creek; S down Rock Creek to the Palouse River; S down the Palouse River to SR 26; E along SR 26 to US Hwy 195 at the town of Colfax; S on US Hwy 195 to SR 270; E on SR 270 to Washington-Idaho state line; north on the Washington-Idaho state line to SR 274 at the town of Willard and the point of the beginning.


GMU 142-ALMOTA (Whitman County):

Beginning at US Hwy 195 and SR 26 at the town of Colfax; SE on US Hwy 195 to SR 270; E on SR 270, through the town of Pullman to the Washington-Idaho state line near Moscow, Idaho; S along the Washington-Idaho state line to the Snake River (Asotin-Whitman county line), north of the town of Clarkston; W along the Snake River (Asotin-Whitman, Garfield-Whitman, and Columbia-Whitman county line) to the mouth of the Palouse River (Franklin-Whitman county line); N and E up the Palouse River (Franklin-Whitman county line) to SR 26, west of the town of Gordon; E on SR 26 (Washtucna-Lacrosse Hwy) to US Hwy 195 at the town of Colfax and the point of beginning.


GMU 145-MAYVIEW (Garfield and Asotin counties):

Beginning at the SR 127 bridge crossing the Snake River (Whitman-Garfield county line) at Central Ferry; E along the Snake River (Whitman-Asotin and Whitman-Garfield county lines) to the mouth of Alpowa Creek; S up Alpowa Creek to the US Hwy 12 bridge; W on US Hwy 12 to SR 127; N on SR 127 (Central Ferry Hwy) to the bridge crossing the Snake River (Garfield-Whitman county line) at Central Ferry and the point of beginning.


GMU 149-PRESCOTT (Walla Walla, Columbia, and Garfield counties):

Beginning on the Columbia River at the mouth of the Snake River (Benton-Franklin-Walla Walla county line); NE and E along the Snake River (Franklin-Walla Walla, Whitman-Columbia, and Whitman-Garfield county lines) to SR 127 bridge at Central Ferry; S on SR 127 (Central Ferry Hwy) to US Hwy 12 at Dodge Junction; SW on US Hwy 12, through the towns of Dayton and Waitsburg, to SR 125 at the town of Walla Walla; S on SR 125 to the Washington-Oregon state line; W on the Washington-Oregon state line to the Columbia River (Benton-Walla Walla county line); N along the Columbia River (Benton-Walla Walla county line) to the mouth of the Snake River and the point of beginning.


GMU 154-BLUE CREEK (Walla Walla and Columbia counties):

Beginning on US Hwy 12 at the town of Waitsburg; NE on US Hwy 12 to Hogeye Rd at Long Station; E on Hogeye Rd to the Payne Hollow Rd; S on the Payne Hollow Rd to Jasper Mountain Rd; S on Jasper Mountain Rd to Mt. Pleasant Rd; S on Mt. Pleasant Rd to Dent Rd; S on Dent Rd to the Lewis Peak Rd; S on the Lewis Peak Rd to Lewis Peak Trail; SE on Lewis Peak Trail to US Forest Service Trail 3211 (Mill Creek Watershed Intake Trail); SW on US Forest Service Trail 3211 to the Washington-Oregon state line; W on the Washington-Oregon state line to SR 125; N on SR 125 to US Hwy 12; NE on US Hwy 12 to the town of Waitsburg and the point of beginning.


GMU 157-MILL CREEK WATERSHED (Walla Walla and Columbia counties):

Beginning at US Forest Service Trail 3211 (Mill Creek Watershed Intake Trail) at the Washington-Oregon state line; NE and E on US Forest Service Trail 3211 to US Forest Service Rd 64; S on the US Forest Service Rd 64 to the Washington-Oregon state line; W on the Washington-Oregon state line to US Forest Service Trail 3211 and the point of beginning.


GMU 162-DAYTON (Walla Walla and Columbia counties):

Beginning at the junction of US Hwy 12 and Patit Rd in the town of Dayton; E on the Patit Rd to the Hartsock Grade Rd-Maloney Mountain Rd intersection; S on Maloney Mountain Rd to US Forest Service Rd 4625 (Maloney Mountain Rd); S and W on to US Forest Service Rd 4625 to Skyline Drive Rd; SE on Skyline Drive Rd to US Forest Service Rd 46 (Skyline Drive Rd); S on US Forest Service Rd 46 to US Forest Service Rd 64; S on US Forest Service Rd 64 to US Forest Service Trail 3211 (Mill Creek Watershed Intake Trail); W on US Forest Service Trail 3211 to the Lewis Peak Trail; NW on the Lewis Peak Trail to Lewis Peak Rd; N on the Lewis Peak Rd to Dent Rd; N on Dent Rd to Mt. Pleasant Rd; N on the Mt. Pleasant Rd to the Jasper Mountain Rd; N on the Jasper Mountain Rd to Payne Hollow Rd; N on Payne Hollow Rd to Hogeye Rd; W on Hogeye Rd to US Hwy 12 at Long Station; NE on US Hwy 12 to its junction with Patit Rd at the town of Dayton and the point of beginning.


GMU 163-MARENGO (Columbia and Garfield counties):

Beginning at the junction of US Hwy 12 and Patit Rd in the town of Dayton; N and E on US Hwy 12 to the Tatman Mountain Rd at Zumwalt; SE on Tatman Mountain Rd to Linville Gulch Rd; S on the Linville Gulch Rd to the Blind Grade Rd; SW on the Blind Grade Rd to the Tucannon Rd; N on the Tucannon Rd to the Hartsock Grade Rd; S on the Hartsock Grade Rd to the Patit Rd; W on the Patit Rd to US Hwy 12 in the town of Dayton and the point of beginning.


GMU 166-TUCANNON (Columbia and Garfield counties):

Beginning at the intersection of the Hartsock Grade Rd and the Tucannon River Rd; SE on the Tucannon River Rd to the elk drift fence at the northern boundary of the W.T. Wooten Wildlife Area; E and S along the elk drift fence to the US Forest Service Rd 40 (Mountain Rd) at the Umatilla National Forest's northern boundary; S on the US Forest Service Rd 40 (Mountain Rd) to US Forest Service Rd 4030 (Diamond Peak Rd); W on US Forest Service Rd 4030 to US Forest Service Trail 3113 (Diamond Peak Trail-Bullfrog Springs Trail-Oregon Butte Trail) at Diamond Peak; W on US Forest Service Trail 3113 to US Forest Service Trail 3136 (Teepee Trail); W along US Forest Service Trail 3136 to US Forest Service Rd 4608 (Teepee Rd) at Teepee Camp; W on the US Forest Service Rd 4608 to US Forest Service Rd 46 (Skyline Drive Rd); N on the US Forest Service Rd 46 to Skyline Drive Rd; N on Skyline Drive Rd to the Maloney Mountain Rd; W on Maloney Mountain Rd to US Forest Service Rd 4625 (Maloney Mountain Rd); W and N on the US Forest Service Rd 4625 (Maloney Mountain Rd) to the Hartsock Grade Rd; N on the Hartsock Grade Rd to the Tucannon River Rd and the point of the beginning.


GMU 169-WENAHA (Columbia, Garfield and Asotin counties):

Beginning on the Washington-Oregon state line at the US Forest Service Rd 64; N on US Forest Service Rd 64 to US Forest Service Rd 46 (Skyline Dr); E on US Forest Service Rd 46 to US Forest Service Rd 4608 (Teepee Rd) at Godman Springs; E on US Forest Service Rd 4608 to US Forest Service Trail 3136 (Teepee Trail) at Teepee Camp; E on the US Forest Service Trail 3136 to US Forest Service Trail 3113 (Oregon Butte Trail-Bullfrog Springs Trail-Diamond Peak Trail); E on US Forest Service Trail 3113 to US Forest Service Rd 4030 (Diamond Peak Rd) at Diamond Peak; E on US Forest Service Rd 4030 to US Forest Service Rd 40 (Mountain Rd); S along US Forest Service Rd 40 to US Forest Service Rd 4039 (South Boundary Rd); SW along US Forest Service Rd 4039 to US Forest Service Trail 3133 (Three Forks Trail); NW on US Forest Service Trail 3133 to US Forest Service Trail 3100; S on US Forest Service Trail 3100 to the Washington-Oregon state line; due W on the Washington-Oregon state line to US Forest Service Rd 64 and the point of beginning.


GMU 172-MOUNTAIN VIEW (Garfield and Asotin counties):

Beginning on the Washington-Oregon state line at US Forest Service Rd 3100; N on US Forest Service Trail 3100 to US Forest Service Trail 3133 (Three Forks Trail); SE on US Forest Service Trail 3133 (Three Forks Trail) to US Forest Service Rd 4039 (South Boundary Rd); NE on US Forest Service Rd 4039 to US Forest Service Rd 40 (Mountain Rd); N on US Forest Service Rd 40 to US Forest Service Rd 44 (Mount Misery-Big Butte Rd) at Misery junction; E on US Forest Service Rds 44, 43, and 4304 (Mount Misery-Big Butte Rd) to West Mountain Rd; NE on the West Mountain Rd to the Bennett Ridge Rd-Mill Rd; N and E on the Bennett Ridge Rd-Mill Rd to SR 129 at the town of Anatone; SW on SR 129 to the Washington-Oregon state line; due W on the Washington-Oregon state line to US Forest Service Rd 3100 and the point of beginning.


GMU 175-LICK CREEK (Garfield and Asotin counties):

Beginning at the intersection of US Forest Service Rd 40 (Mountain Rd) and the elk drift fence on the Umatilla National Forest's northern boundary; E along the elk drift fence to its end at the eastern border section line of Section 2, T9N, R43E; due S from the end to the elk drift fence on section line of Section 2, T9N, R43E to Charley Creek; E down Charley Creek to Asotin Creek; S down Asotin Creek to the South Fork Asotin Creek Rd; S up the South Fork Asotin Creek Rd to Campbell Grade Rd; E on the Campbell Grade Rd to Back Rd (Asotin County Rd 01550); N and E on Back Rd (Asotin County Rd 01550) to the Cloverland Rd; S on Cloverland Rd to its junction with the Umatilla National Forest's eastern boundary fence; E and S on the US Forest Service boundary fence past Big Butte to US Forest Service Rd 4303 (Big Butte Rd-Mount Misery Rd); W on US Forest Service Rds 4304, 43, and 44 (Big Butte Rd-Mount Misery Rd) to US Forest Service Rd 40 (Mountain Rd) at Misery junction; NW on US Forest Service Rd 40 (Mountain Rd) to the intersection with the elk drift fence on the Umatilla National Forest's northern boundary and the point of beginning.


GMU 178-PEOLA (Garfield and Asotin counties):

Beginning at the intersection of US Hwy 12 and Tatman Mountain Rd at Zumwalt; E on US Hwy 12 to bridge near the mouth of Alpowa Creek; N down Alpowa Creek to the Snake River; E and S along the Snake River (Asotin-Whitman county line, Washington-Idaho state line) to the mouth of Asotin Creek; W along Asotin Creek to Charley Creek; W along Charley Creek to the unit boundary marker at the eastern border section line of Section 2, T9N, R43E; N on eastern border section line of Section 2, T9N, R43E to end of the elk drift fence; W along the elk drift fence to the boundary of the W.T. Wooten Wildlife Area; NW and W along the elk drift fence to the Tucannon River Rd; N on the Tucannon River Rd to Blind Grade Rd; NE up Blind Grade Rd to the Linville Gulch Rd; N on the Linville Gulch Rd to Tatman Mountain Rd; NW up Tatman Mountain Rd to US Hwy 12 at Zumwalt and the point of beginning.


GMU 181-COUSE (Asotin County):

Beginning at the mouth of Asotin Creek on the Snake River at the town of Asotin; S along the Snake River (Washington-Idaho state line) to the Grande Ronde River; W along the north shore of Grande Ronde River to SR 129; NW on SR 129 to Mill Rd in the town of Anatone; S and W on the Mill Rd-Bennett Ridge Rd to West Mountain Rd; SW on West Mountain Rd to Umatilla National Forest eastern boundary fence at Big Butte; N along the Umatilla National Forest boundary fence to the Cloverland Rd; NE on the Cloverland Rd to Back Rd (Asotin County Rd 01550); W and S on Back Rd (Asotin County Rd 01550) to Campbell Grade Rd; W on the Campbell Grade Rd to the South Fork Asotin Creek Rd; NE on the South Fork Asotin Creek Rd to Asotin Creek; NE down Asotin Creek to the Snake River at the town of Asotin and the point of beginning.


GMU 186-GRANDE RONDE (Asotin County):

Beginning on the Washington-Oregon state line and SR 129; N on SR 129 to the Grande Ronde River; E along the north shore of the Grande Ronde River to the Snake River (Washington-Idaho state line); S along the Snake River (Washington-Idaho state line) to the Washington-Oregon state line; W on the Washington-Oregon state line to SR 129 and the point of beginning.

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WAC 232-28-332   Game management units (GMUs) boundary descriptions -- Region two.  


GMU 203-PASAYTEN (Okanogan and Whatcom counties):

Beginning at the western junction of the Pasayten Wilderness Area-Ross Lake National Recreational Area border and the US-Canadian border; E along the US-Canadian border to the eastern junction of the Pasayten Wilderness Area boundary and the US-Canadian border; S on the Pasayten Wilderness border to US Forest Service Trail 375; W on US Forest Service Trail 375 to US Forest Service Trail 341; SW on US Forest Service Trail 341 to its junction with US Forest Service Trail 533 and US Forest Service Trail 343; W on US Forest Service Trail 343 to US Forest Service Trail 342; SW on US Forest Service Trail 342 to Pasayten Wilderness boundary; W on the Pasayten Wilderness boundary to US Forest Service Trail 478 (Robinson Creek Trail); N on US Forest Service Trail 478 (Robinson Creek Trail) to US Forest Service Trail 575; S on US Forest Service Trail 575 to US Forest Service Trail 498; NW overland from the junction of US Forest Service Trails 575 and 498 to the junction of US Forest Service Trails 576 and 472; W on US Forest Service Trail 576 to US Forest Service Trail 2000 (Pacific Crest Trail); N on US Forest Service Trail 2000 (Pacific Crest Trail) to the Pasayten Wilderness Area border at Jim Pass; W on the Pasayten Wilderness Area border to Ross Lake National Recreational Area border; N on the Pasayten Wilderness Area-Ross Lake National Recreational Area border to the US-Canadian border and the point of the beginning.


GMU 204-OKANOGAN EAST (Okanogan and Ferry counties):

Beginning on the eastern shore of Osoyoos Lake and the US-Canadian border; E on the US-Canadian border to the Kettle River near the Ferry Customs Office, north of the town of Toroda; S down the Kettle River to the mouth of Toroda Creek; W up Toroda Creek to Toroda Creek Rd (Ferry County Rd 502); SW on Toroda Creek Rd (Ferry County Rd 502 and Okanogan County Rd 9495) to SR 20 at the town of Wauconda; E on SR 20 to SR 21 at the town of Republic; S on SR 21 to the northern border of the Colville Indian reservation; W on the northern border of the Colville Indian reservation to the Okanogan River; N up the eastern shore of the Okanogan River and the eastern shore of Osoyoos Lake to the US-Canadian border and the point of beginning.


GMU 209-WANNACUT (Okanogan County):

Beginning where the Similkameen Rd (County Rd 4568) crosses the US-Canadian border; E on the US-Canadian border to the eastern shore of Lake Osoyoos; S along the eastern shore of Lake Osoyoos and the eastern shore of Okanogan River to the Fourth Street Bridge at the town of Tonasket; NW on Fourth Street on the Fourth Street Bridge to County Hwy 7; S on County Hwy 7 to North Pine Creek Rd (County Rd 9410); SW on North Pine Creek Rd (County Rd 9410) to the Horse Springs Coulee Rd (County Rd 4371), north of Aeneas Lake; north on Horse Springs Coulee Road (County Road 4371) to Loomis-Oroville Highway (County Road 9425) west of Spectacle Lake; W and N on Loomis-Oroville Hwy (County Rd 9425) to Similkameen Rd (County Rd 4568); N on the Similkameen Rd (County Rd 4568) to the US-Canadian border and the point of beginning.


GMU 215-SINLAHEKIN (Okanogan County):

Beginning at the eastern boundary of the Pasayten Wilderness border and the US-Canadian border; E on the US-Canadian border to the border station on Similkameen Rd (County Rd 4568); SE on the Similkameen Rd (County Rd 4568) to the Loomis-Oroville Rd (County Rd 9425); S on the Loomis-Oroville Rd (County Rd 9425), through the town of Loomis, then east to the Horse Springs Coulee Rd (County Rd 4371) west of Spectacle Lake; S on the Horse Springs Coulee Rd (County Rd 4371) to the North Pine Creek Rd (County Rd 9410); NE on the North Pine Creek Rd (County Rd 9410) to County Hwy 7; NE on County Hwy 7 to Fourth Street and the Fourth Street Bridge which crosses the Okanogan River into the town of Tonasket; SE onto the Fourth Street Bridge and the Okanogan River; S along the eastern shore of the Okanogan River to bridge crossing the Okanogan River at the town of Riverside; SW from said bridge to the junction of Riverside Cutoff Rd (County Rd 9260) and US Hwy 97; N on US Hwy 97 to the South Pine Creek Rd (County Rd 9410); W on the South Pine Creek Rd (County Rd 9410) to Fish Lake Rd (County Rd 4290); W on Fish Lake Rd (County Rd 4290) to South Fish Lake Rd (County Rd 4282), along the south shore of Fish Lake; SW on South Fish Lake Rd (County Rd 4282), to the Sinlahekin Rd (County Rd 4015); SW on the Sinlahekin Rd (County Rd 4015), along the north shore of Conconully Lake, to the Salmon Creek North Fork Rd (County Rd 2361), at the town of Conconully; N on US Forest Service Rd 38 (Salmon Creek North Fork Rd, County Rd 2361) to US Forest Service Rd 3820; N on US Forest Service Rd 3820 over Lone Frank Pass, to US Forest Service Rd 39; N on US Forest Service Rd 39 to the US Forest Service Rd 300 at Long Swamp trailhead; W on the US Forest Service 300 to US Forest Service Trail 342; N on US Forest Service Trail 342 to US Forest Service Trail 343; E on US Forest Service Trail 343 to US Forest Service Trail 341; E on US Forest Service Trail 341 to US Forest Service Trail 375; E on US Forest Service Trail 375 to the eastern boundary of the Pasayten Wilderness Area; N on the Pasayten Wilderness Area boundary to the US-Canadian border and the point of beginning.


GMU 218-CHEWUCH (Okanogan County):

Beginning at Harts Pass on the US Forest Service Trail 2000 (Pacific Crest Trail); N on the US Forest Service Trail 2000 (Pacific Crest Trail) to US Forest Service Trail 576 at Buffalo Pass; E on US Forest Service Trail 576 to its junction with US Forest Service Trail 472; SE overland from the junction of US Forest Service Trails 576 and 472 to the junction of US Forest Service Trails 498 and 575; NE on US Forest Service Trail 575 to the US Forest Service Trail 478 (Robinson Creek Trail); SE on the US Forest Service Trail 478 (Robinson Creek Trail) to the Pasayten Wilderness Area boundary; E on the Pasayten Wilderness Area boundary to US Forest Service Trail 342; S on US Forest Service Trail 342 to US Forest Service Rd 300; SW on US Forest Service Rd 300 to the US Forest Service Rd 39 (Middle Fork Toats Coulee Creek Rd) at Long Swamp Trailhead; S on US Forest Service Rd 39 (Middle Fork Toats Coulee Creek Rd) to US Forest Service Rd 37 (Boulder Creek Rd); SW and S on US Forest Service Rd 37 (Boulder Creek Rd) to the Eastside Chewuch River Rd (County Rd 9137); S on the Eastside Chewuch River Rd (County Rd 9137) to SR 20 at the town of Winthrop; NW on SR 20 to the US Forest Service Trail 2000 (Pacific Crest Trail); N on US Forest Service Trail 2000 (Pacific Crest Trail) to Harts Pass and the point of beginning.


GMU 224-PEARRYGIN (Okanogan County):

Beginning at the US Forest Service Rd 39 and US Forest Service Rd 3820; S on US Forest Service Rd 3820, through Lone Frank Pass, to the North Fork Salmon Creek Rd (US Forest Service Rd 38); SE on the North Fork Salmon Creek Rd (US Forest Service Rd 38, County Rd 2361) to West Fork Rd (County Rd 2017) at the town of Conconully; SW on West Fork Rd (County Rd 2017) to US Forest Service Rd 42 (North Summit Rd); SW on US Forest Service Rd 42 (North Summit Rd) to SR 20 at Loup Loup Summit; W on SR 20, through the town of Twisp, to the Eastside Chewuch River Rd at the town of Winthrop; N on the Eastside Chewuch River Rd to US Forest Service Rd 37 (Boulder Creek Rd); NE on the US Forest Service Rd 37 (Boulder Creek Rd) to US Forest Service Rd 39 (Middle Fork Boulder Creek Rd); NE on US Forest Service Rd 39 (Middle Fork Boulder Creek Rd) to US Forest Service Rd 3820 and the point of beginning.


GMU 231-GARDNER (Okanogan County):

Beginning at the crossing of US Forest Service Trail 2000 (Pacific Crest Trail) and SR 20; S and E on SR 20 to the Twisp River Rd at the town on Twisp; W on the Twisp River Rd (County Rd 9114, US Forest Service Rd 44, US Forest Service Rd 4440) to US Forest Service Trail 432 (North Fork Twisp River Trail); N on US Forest Service Trail 432 (North Fork Twisp River Trail) to North Cascades National Park boundary at Twisp Pass; N and W on North Cascades National Park boundary US Forest Service Trail 2000 (Pacific Crest Trail); N on US Forest Service Trail 2000 (Pacific Crest Trail) to SR 20 and the point of beginning.


GMU 233-POGUE (Okanogan County):

Beginning at Sinlahekin Rd (County Rd 4015) and West Fork Rd (County Rd 2017) at the town of Conconully; north on the Sinlahekin Rd (County Rd 4015) to the South Fish Lake Rd (County Rd 4282); NE on the South Fish Lake Rd (County Rd 4282), along the south end of Fish Lake to Fish Lake Rd (County Rd 4290); E on Fish Lake Rd (County Rd 4290) to the South Pine Creek Rd (County Rd 9410); E on the South Pine Creek Rd (County Rd 9410) to US Hwy 97; S on US Hwy 97 to its junction with Riverside Cutoff Rd at the town of Riverside; NE from the junction of Riverside Cutoff Rd and US Hwy 97 to the bridge crossing the Okanogon River at the town of Riverside; S down the Okanogan River, through the town of Omak, to SR 20 at the town of Okanogan; W on SR 20 to US Forest Service Rd 42 (North Summit Rd), east of Loup Loup Summit; N on US Forest Service Rd 42 (North Summit Rd) to West Fork Rd (County Rd 2017); N on West Fork Rd (County Rd 2017) to the town of Conconully and the point of beginning.


GMU 239-CHILIWIST (Okanogan County):

Beginning at the intersection of SR 153 and SR 20, southeast of the town of Twisp; E on SR 20, past Loup Loup Summit, to the bridge crossing over the Okanogan River at the town of Okanogan; SE on to the bridge over the Okanogan River at the town of Okanogan; S along the Okanogan River to the Columbia River (Douglas-Okanogan county line); W along the Columbia River (Douglas-Okanogan county line) to a point on the county line due east of the US Hwy 97 bridge crossing the mouth of the Methow River at the town of Pateros; SE on US Hwy 97 to SR 153; NW and N on SR 153 to SR 20, southeast of the town of Twisp, and the point of beginning.


GMU 242-ALTA (Okanogan County):

Beginning at the junction of the Sawtooth Ridge line (Chelan-Okanogan county line) and US Forest Service Trail 432 at Twisp Pass; E on US Forest Service Trail 432 to Twisp River Rd at the Roads End Campground; E on the Twisp River Rd (US Forest Service Rd 4440, US Forest Service Rd 44, County Rd 9114) to SR 20 at the town of Twisp; S and E on SR 20 to SR 153; S and SE on SR 153 to US Hwy 97; N on the US Hwy 97 to the bridge crossing the mouth of the Methow River at the town of Pateros; E from the US Hwy 97 bridge to the Douglas-Okanogan county line in Lake Pateros (Columbia River); S along Douglas-Okanogan county line in Lake Pateros (Columbia River) to Wells Dam; NW from Wells Dam to the junction of Azwell Rd and US Hwy 97; S on US Hwy 97 to Apple Acres Rd; W on Apple Acres Rd to Antoine Creek Rd (Chelan County Rd 8140); NW on the Antoine Creek Rd (Chelan County Rd 8140) to US Forest Service Rd 8020 (Manatash Ridge); N on US Forest Service Rd 8020 to the Sawtooth Ridge line (Chelan-Okanogan county line) at Fox Peak; NW on the Sawtooth Ridge line (Chelan-Okanogan county line) to its intersection with US Forest Service Trail 432 at Twisp Pass and the point of beginning.


GMU 243-MANSON (Chelan County):

Beginning at the Chelan River in the town of Chelan, northwest to Lake Chelan; NW along the south shore of Lake Chelan to the Stehekin River; SE along the north shore of Lake Chelan to the Lake Chelan National Recreation boundary; NE along the National Recreation Area boundary to Sawtooth Ridge; SE along Sawtooth Ridge line (Chelan-Okanogan county line) to US Forest Service Rd 8020 at Fox Peak; SE on US Forest Service Rd 8020 to US Forest Service Rd 8140 (Antoine Creek Rd); SE on US Forest Service Rd 8140 (Antoine Creek Rd) to Apple Acres Rd; NE on Apple Acres Rd to US Hwy 97; NE on US Hwy 97 to its junction with Azwell Rd; SE from the junction of US Hwy 97 and Azwell Rd to Wells Dam on the Columbia River; SW down the Columbia River (Chelan-Douglas county line) to the Chelan River; NW up the Chelan River to the town of Chelan and the point of beginning.


GMU 244-CLARK (Chelan County):

Beginning at the mouth of Stehekin River on Lake Chelan; SE along the south shore of Lake Chelan to the Glacier Peak Wilderness boundary at Bearcat Ridge; S, W and N on the Glacier Peak Wilderness boundary to the Pacific Crest Trail (US Forest Service Trail 2000) at Kodak Peak; N on the Pacific Crest Trail (US Forest Service Trail 2000) to North Cascades National Park; N and E on the North Cascades National Park boundary to Lake Chelan National Recreation boundary at Hock Mountain; S along the Lake Chelan National Recreation Area boundary to the north shore of Lake Chelan; NW along the north shore of Lake Chelan to the Stehekin River and the point of beginning.


GMU 245-CHIWAWA (Chelan County):

Beginning on US Forest Service Trail 2000 (Pacific Crest Trail) and the Glacier Peak Wilderness boundary at Kodak Peak; SE and NE on the Glacier Peak Wilderness Area boundary to the Entiat River; SE down the Entiat River to US Forest Service Rd 5700 (Mad River Rd) at the town of Ardenvoir; NW on US Forest Service Rd 5700 (Mad River Rd) to the US Forest Service Rd 5800; SW on US Forest Service Rd 5800 to US Forest Service Rd 7520 (Eagle Creek Rd) at French Corral; SW on US Forest Service Rd 7520 (Eagle Creek Rd) to SR 209 (Chumstick Hwy) north of Leavenworth; S on SR 209 (Chumstick Hwy) to US Hwy 2; W and N on US Hwy 2 to US Forest Service Trail 2000 (Pacific Crest Trail) at Stevens Pass; N on US Forest Service Trail 2000 (Pacific Crest Trail) to Glacier Peak Wilderness boundary at Kodak Peak and the point of beginning.


GMU 246-SLIDE RIDGE (Chelan County):

Beginning on the south shore of Lake Chelan at the Glacier Peak Wilderness boundary at Bearcat Ridge; SE along the south shore of Lake Chelan to Twenty-five Mile Creek; SW up Twenty-five Mile Creek to US Forest Service Rd 8410 (Slide Ridge Rd); S and E on US Forest Service Rd 8410 (Slide Ridge Rd) to US Forest Service Trail 1448, at Stormy Mountain; NW on US Forest Service Trail 1448 to US Forest Service Trail 1445 (Fourmile Ridge Trail); W on US Forest Service Trail 1445 (Fourmile Ridge Trail) to US Forest Service Trail 1443; W on US Forest Service Trail 1443 to Lake Creek; SW down Lake Creek to the Entiat River; NW up the Entiat River to the Glacier Peak Wilderness Area boundary; NW on the Glacier Peak Wilderness boundary to south shore of Lake Chelan at Bearcat Ridge and the point of beginning.


GMU 247-ENTIAT (Chelan County):

Beginning at Twenty-five Mile Creek on the south shore of Lake Chelan; SE along the south shore of Lake Chelan to the Chelan River; SE down the Chelan River to the Columbia River (Chelan-Douglas county line); SW along the Columbia River (Chelan-Douglas county line) to the mouth of the Entiat River; NW up the Entiat River to Lake Creek; NE up Lake Creek to US Forest Service Trail 1443; E on US Forest Service Trail 1443 to US Forest Service Trail 1445 (Fourmile Ridge Trail); E on US Forest Service Trail 1445 (Fourmile Ridge Trail) to US Forest Service Trail 1448; SE on US Forest Service Trail 1448 to the US Forest Service Rd 8410 (Slide Ridge Rd) at Stormy Mountain; N on US Forest Service Rd 8410 (Slide Ridge Rd) to Twenty-five Mile Creek; N down Twenty-five Mile Creek to the south shore of Lake Chelan and the point of beginning.


GMU 248-BIG BEND (Douglas and Grant counties):

Beginning on SR 17 at the Chalk Hills Rd (K N.E. Rd); N on the Chalk Hills Rd (K N.E. Rd) to Box Canyon Rd (L N.E. Rd); N on Box Canyon Rd (L N.E. Rd) to the first intermittent stream crossed in Section 30, T30N, R27E; N on the first intermittent stream crossed in Section 30 T30N, R27E by the Box Canyon Rd (L N.E. Rd) to the Columbia River; E up the Columbia River to the west end of the Grand Coulee Dam; W on the Grand Coulee Dam causeway access road (Limited Access) to SR 155; SW on SR 155 to SR 174; NE on SR 174 to the Grand Coulee Dam feeder canal; SW up the Grand Coulee Dam feeder canal to Banks Lake; S along the west shore of Banks Lake to a point due east from Mold Rd (Rd 9 N.E.); W from the point due east of Mold Rd on the west shore of Banks Lake to Mold Rd (Rd 9 N.E.); W on Mold Rd (Rd 9 N.E.) to SR 17; N along SR 17 to SR 172; W on SR 172, through the town of Mansfield, to Bridgeport Hill Rd (Mathieson Rd, B N.E. Rd); N on the Bridgeport Hill Rd (Mathieson Rd, B N.E. Rd) to West Foster Creek Rd; N on West Foster Creek Rd to SR 17; E on SR 17 to the Chalk Hills Rd (K N.E. Rd) and the point of beginning.


GMU 249-ALPINE (Kittitas and Chelan counties):

Beginning on US Forest Service Trail 2000 (Pacific Crest Trail) and the Alpine Lakes Wilderness boundary near Josephine Lake south of Stevens Pass; E, S, and W on the Alpine Lakes Wilderness boundary to US Forest Service Trail 2000 (Pacific Crest Trail) near Kendall Peak Lake; N on US Forest Service Trail 2000 (Pacific Crest Trail) to the Alpine Lakes Wilderness boundary near Josephine Lake and the point of beginning.


GMU 250-SWAKANE (Chelan County):

Beginning at the intersection of US Hwy 2 and Chumstick Hwy (SR 209); SE on US Hwy 2 to the Columbia River (Chelan-Douglas county line); NE on Chelan-Douglas county line (the Columbia River) to the Entiat River; NW up the Entiat River to the Mad River Rd (US Forest Service Rd 5700) at the town of Ardenvoir; N on the Mad River Rd (US Forest Service Rd 5700) to US Forest Service Rd 5800; SW on US Forest Service Rd 5800 to US Forest Service Rd 7520 at French Corral; S on US Forest Service Rd 7520 to US Forest Service Rd 7520 (Eagle Creek Rd); SW on US Forest Service Rd 7520 (Eagle Creek Rd) to SR 209 (Chumstick Hwy); S on SR 209 (Chumstick Hwy) to US Hwy 2 and the point of the beginning.


GMU 251-MISSION (Kittitas and Chelan counties):

Beginning at US Hwy 2 and the Columbia River (Chelan-Douglas county line); S down the Columbia River (Chelan-Douglas county line) to Tarpiscan Creek; W up Tarpiscan Creek to North Fork Tarpiscan Creek; W up North Fork Tarpiscan Creek to WA Dept. of Fish and Wildlife Rd No. 14 (Tarpiscan Rd); N approximately 100 feet on WA Dept. of Fish and Wildlife Rd No. 14 (Tarpiscan Rd) to WA Dept. of Fish and Wildlife Rd No. 10.10 (North Fork Tarpiscan Creek Rd); W along WA Dept. of Fish and Wildlife Rd No. 10.10 (North Fork Tarpiscan Creek Rd) to the WA Dept. of Fish and Wildlife Rd 10 (Colockum Pass Rd); W along the WA Dept. of Fish and Wildlife Rd 10 (Colockum Pass Rd) to WA Dept. of Fish and Wildlife Rd 9 (Naneum Ridge Rd); NW on WA Dept. of Fish and Wildlife Rd 9 (Naneum Ridge Rd) to Naneum Ridge (Chelan-Kittitas county line) at Wenatchee Mountain; NW along Naneum Ridge (Chelan-Kittitas county line), past Mission Peak, to US Forest Service Rd 9712 (Liberty-Beehive Rd); NW on US Forest Service Rd 9712 (Liberty-Beehive Rd) to US Forest Service Rd 9716; N on US Forest Service Rd 9716 to US Hwy 97 at Swauk Pass; NW on the Wenatchee Mountain Range divide (Kittitas-Chelan county line) to the Alpine Lakes Wilderness Area boundary at Navaho Peak; N and E on Alpine Lakes Wilderness Area boundary to US Forest Service Trail 2000 (Pacific Crest Trail); N on US Forest Service Trail 2000 (Pacific Crest Trail) to US Hwy 2; E on US Hwy 2 to the Columbia River (Chelan-Douglas county line) and the point of beginning.


GMU 254-SAINT ANDREWS (Douglas and Grant counties):

Beginning at the town of Mansfield on SR 172; E on SR 172 to SR 17; S on SR 17 to Mold Rd (Rd 9 N.E.); E on the Mold Rd (Rd 9 N.E.) to the road's end; due E from the end of Mold Rd (Rd 9 N.E.) to the western shore of Banks Lake; S along the west shore of Banks Lake to US Hwy 2; W on US Hwy 2 to SR 172; N and E on SR 172 to the town of Mansfield and the point of beginning.


GMU 260-FOSTER CREEK (Douglas County):

Beginning at the town of Brewster and the Columbia River (Douglas-Okanogan county line); E on the Columbia River (Douglas-Okanogan county line), past the town of Bridgeport to the first intermittent stream crossed in Section 30, T30N, R27E by the Box Canyon Rd (L N.E. Rd); S up the first intermittent stream crossed in Section 30, T30N, R27E by the Box Canyon Rd to the Box Canyon Rd (L N.E. Rd); E and S on Box Canyon Rd (Rd L N.E.) to the Chalk Hills Rd (K N.E. Rd); SW on the Chalk Hills Rd (K N.E. Rd) to SR 17; W on SR 17 to the West Foster Rd; S on West Foster Rd to Dyer Hill Rd; W and N on Dyer Hill Rd to Gallaher Rd (20 N.E. Rd); W on Gallaher Rd to Dyer Hill Rd (North Division Rd); N on Dyer Hill Rd to Cold Springs Rd (Bonita Flats Rd) at the town of Dyer; W on Cold Springs Rd (Bonita Flats Rd) to the Columbia River then west to the Douglas-Okanogan county line on the Columbia River; N up the Columbia River (Douglas-Okanogan county line) to town of Brewster and the point of beginning.


GMU 262-WITHROW (Douglas County):

Beginning at Cold Spring Rd and the Dyer Hill Rd at the town of Dyer; S on the Dyer Hill Rd (North Division Rd) to Gallaher Rd (20 N.E. Rd); E on Gallaher Rd (20 N.E. Rd) to Bridgeport Hill Rd (B N.E. Rd); S on the Bridgeport Hill Rd to SR 172; W and S on SR 172 to US Hwy 2; W on US Hwy 2, through the town of Waterville, to the Columbia River at the town of Orondo then west to the Chelan-Douglas county line in the Columbia River; N up the Columbia River (Chelan-Douglas county line), past the Wells Dam, to the point due west of the Cold Springs Rd; E from the point on the Columbia River (Chelan-Douglas county line) which is due east of Cold Springs Rd to Cold Springs Rd; E on the Cold Springs Rd to the town of Dyer and the point of beginning.


GMU 266-BADGER (Douglas County):

Beginning at US Hwy 2 at the town of Orondo; E on US Hwy 2, through the towns of Waterville and Douglas, to the Westerman Rd (K S.W. Rd); S on the Westerman Rd (K S.W. Rd) to Alstown Rd (3 S.W. Rd) at the town of Alstown; W on the Alstown Rd (3 S.W. Rd) to the Titchenal Canyon Rd; SW on the Titchenal Canyon Rd to the Sheehan Rd; S on the Sheehan Rd to the Rock Island Grade Rd; SW on the Rock Island Grade Rd to the Columbia River (Chelan-Douglas county line) at the Rock Island Dam; N up the Columbia River (Chelan-Douglas county line), through the town of Wenatchee, to a point in the Columbia due east of the town of Orondo; E to US Hwy 2 at the town of Orondo and the point of beginning (includes Turtle Rock Island).


GMU 269-MOSES COULEE (Douglas and Grant counties):


Beginning on US Hwy 2 and the Westerman Rd (K S.W. Rd); E on US Hwy 2 to the Moses Coulee Rd; S on Moses Coulee Rd to Coulee Meadows Rd; S on Coulee Meadows Rd to Rd J N.W. at the Douglas-Grant county line; S on Rd J N.W. to Rd 23 N.W.; E on Rd 23 N.W. to Sagebrush Flats Rd; S on Sagebrush Flats Rd to Rd J N.W.; S on Rd J N.W. to Overen Rd (Rd 20 N.W.); SW on the Overen Rd (Rd 20 N.W.) to Baird Springs Rd; SW on Baird Springs Rd across SR 28 to the Crescent Bar Rd; S along the Crescent Bar Rd to the Crescent Bar boat launch on the Columbia River; W from the Crescent Bar boat launch to the Douglas-Kittitas county line on the Columbia River; N up the Columbia River (Douglas-Kittitas county line) to the Rock Island Grade Rd at the Rock Island Dam; N on Rock Island Grade Rd to the Sheehan Rd; N on the Sheehan Rd to the Titchenal Canyon Rd; N on the Titchenal Road Canyon Rd to the Alstown Rd (3 S.W. Rd); E on the Alstown Rd (3 S.W. Rd), through the town of Alstown to the Westerman Rd (K Rd S.W.); N on the Westerman Rd to US Hwy 2 and the point of beginning.


GMU 272-BEEZLEY (Grant, Lincoln, and Douglas counties):


Beginning at the junction of SR 155 and SR 174 in the town of Grand Coulee; SE on SR 174 to Rd W N.E.(Grand Coulee Hill Rd); S on Rd W N.E. to Rd 52 N.E.; E on Rd 52 N.E. to X Rd N.E.; S on X Rd N.E. to Peterson Rd; S on Peterson Rd to Douglas Rd; E on Douglas Rd to Old Coulee Rd; S on Old Coulee Rd to Maxwell Rd at the town of Almira; E on Maxwell Rd to SR 2; E on SR 2 to Kiner Rd; S on Kiner Rd to Rd X N.E.; S on Rd X N.E. to Rd W N.E. at the town of Marlin; S on Rd W N.E. to North Frontage Rd; W on North Frontage Rd to Rd U N.E.; S on Rd U N.E. to I-90; W on I-90 to the Columbia River (Grant-Kittitas county line) at the Vantage Bridge; N up the Columbia River (Grant-Kittitas county line) to a point due west of Crescent Bar boat launch; E from the Grant-Kittitas county line on the Columbia River to the Crescent Bar boat launch and Crescent Bar Rd; N on Crescent Bar Rd to SR 28; N across SR 28 to Baird Springs Rd; NE on Baird Springs Rd to Overen Rd; NE on Overen Rd to Rd J N.W.; N on Rd J N.W. to Sagebrush Flats Rd; N on Sagebrush Flats Rd to Coulee Meadows Rd at the Grant-Douglas county line; N on Coulee Meadows Rd to the Moses Coulee Rd; N on the Moses Coulee Rd to US Hwy 2; E on US Hwy 2 to the west shore of Banks Lake; N along the west shore of Banks Lake to the feeder canal for the Grand Coulee Dam; NE along the feeder canal to SR 174; SW on SR 174 to SR 155 and the point of beginning (except Private Lands Wildlife Management Area 201, Wilson Creek).


GMU 278-WAHLUKE (Grant, Franklin, and Adams counties):

Beginning at I-90 and the Columbia River (Grant-Kittitas county line) at the Vantage Bridge; NE and E on I-90 to Beverly Burke Rd; S on Beverly Burke Rd to Frenchman Hills Rd; E on Frenchman Hills Rd to SR 262; E on SR 262 to SR 17; N on SR 17 to I-90; E on I-90 to Rd U S.E.; S on Rd U S.E. to Booker Rd; S on Booker Rd to SR 26; W on SR 26 to SR 17; S on SR 17 to Scootney Rd; SW on Scootney Rd to Mail Rd; W on Mail Rd to Muse Rd; W on Muse Rd to SR 24; W on SR 24 to the Columbia River (Benton-Grant county line) at the Vernita Bridge; W and N along the Columbia River (Benton-Grant-Kittitas-Yakima county lines) to I-90 at the Vantage Bridge and the point of beginning.


GMU 284-RITZVILLE (Adams, Grant, Lincoln, and Whitman counties):

Beginning at I-90 and Rd U N.E.; N on Rd U N.E. to North Frontage Rd; E on North Frontage Rd to Rd W N.E.; N on Rd W N.E. to Rd 12 N.E.; E on Rd 12 N.E. to Davis Rd; E on Davis Rd to Marcellus Rd; S on Marcellus Rd to Tokio Rd; E on Tokio Rd to Danekas Rd; E on Danekas Rd to I-90; NE on I-90 to SR 23; S on SR 23 to Lamont Rd; SW on Lamont Rd to Revere Rd; S on Revere Rd to Rock Creek; S down Rock Creek to the Palouse River; S and W down the Palouse River to Old SR 26, west of the town of Hooper; W on Old SR 26, across the Palouse River to SR 26; W on SR 26 to Booker Rd; N on Booker Rd to Rd U S.E.; N on Rd U S.E. to I-90 and point of beginning.


GMU 290-DESERT (Grant County):

Beginning at I-90 and Beverly Burke Rd (Rd R S.W.), SW of the town of George; E on I-90 to SR 17; S on SR 17 to SR 262; W on SR 262 to Frenchman Hills Rd (Rd 7 S.W.); W on Frenchman Hills Rd (Rd 7 S.W.) to Beverly Burke Rd; N along Beverly Burke Rd to I-90 and the point of beginning.

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Reviser's note: The spelling errors in the above section occurred in the copy filed by the agency and appear in the Register pursuant to the requirements of RCW 34.08.040.

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NEW SECTION
WAC 232-28-333   Game management units (GMUs) boundary descriptions -- Region three.  


GMU 328-NANEUM (Kittitas and Chelan counties):

Beginning US Hwy 97 and US Forest Service Rd 9716 at Blewitt Pass; E on US Forest Service Rd 9716 to US Forest Service Rd 9712 (Liberty-Beehive Rd); E on US Forest Service Rd 9712 (Liberty-Beehive Rd) to the Naneum Ridge (Chelan-Kittitas county line) at the west boundary of Section 22, T21N, R19E; SE along the Naneum Ridge (Chelan-Kittitas county line), past Mission Peak, to Naneum Ridge Rd (WA Dept. of Fish and Wildlife Rd 9) at Wenatchee Mountain; SE on Naneum Ridge Rd (WA Dept. of Fish and Wildlife Rd 9) to Colockum Pass Rd (WA Dept. of Fish and Wildlife Rd 10); S on Colockum Pass Rd (WA Dept. of Fish and Wildlife Rd 10) to the Highline Canal (North Branch Canal); NW along the Highline Canal (North Branch Canal) to Lower Green Canyon Rd; S on Lower Green Canyon Rd to US Hwy 97; N on US Hwy 97 to Blewitt Pass and the point of beginning.


GMU 329-QUILOMENE (Kittitas and Chelan counties):

Beginning on the Columbia River at the mouth of Tarpiscan Creek; E from Tarpiscan Creek to the Douglas-Kittitas county line on the Columbia River; S along the Columbia River (Douglas-Kittitas county line) to a point south of Cape Horn; S from the Columbia River (Douglas-Kittitas county line) to Cape Horn; S up Cape Horn to its rim; SE along the top of Cape Horn and the rim of the West Bar Cliffs (cliffs overlooking West Bar) to WA Dept. of Fish and Wildlife Rd 14.14; E along WA Dept. of Fish and Wildlife Rd 14.14 to WA Dept. of Fish and Wildlife Rd 14.17; S along WA Dept. of Fish and Wildlife Rd 14.17 to WA Dept. of Fish and Wildlife Rd 14 rear gate; S on WA Dept. of Fish and Wildlife Rd 14 to Tekison Creek; SE along Tekison Creek its mouth on the Columbia River; E from Tekison Creek to the Grant-Kittitas county line on the Columbia River; S along Columbia River (Grant-Kittitas county line) to I-90 bridge at the town of Vantage; W along I-90 to Highline Canal (North Branch Canal); N on Highline Canal (North Branch Canal) to Colockum Rd (WA Dept. of Fish and Wildlife Rd 10); N on Colockum Rd to North Fork Tarpiscan Rd (WA Dept. of Fish and Wildlife Rd 10.10); E on North Fork Tarpiscan Rd to Tarpiscan Rd (WA Dept. of Fish and Wildlife Rd 14); S on Tarpiscan Rd (WA Dept. of Fish and Wildlife Rd 14) approximately 100 feet to Tarpiscan Creek; E down Tarpiscan Creek to its mouth on the Columbia River and the point of beginning.


GMU 330-West Bar (Kittitas County):

Beginning on the Columbia River at Cape Horn; S up Cape Horn to its rim; SE along the rim of Cape Horn and West Bar Cliffs (the cliffs overlooking West Bar) to WA Dept. of Fish and Wildlife Rd 14.14; E along Rd 14.14 to WA Dept. of Fish and Wildlife Rd 14.17; S along WA Dept. of Fish and Wildlife Rd 14.17 to WA Dept. of Fish and Wildlife Rd 14 near the gate; S on WA Dept. of Fish and Wildlife Rd. 14 to Tekison Creek; SE down Tekison Creek to its mouth on the Columbia River; E from Tekison Creek to the Kittitas-Grant county line on the Columbia River; N and W along the Columbia River (Kittitas-Grant then Kittitas-Douglas county lines) to a point north of Cape Horn; S from the aforesaid point in the Columbia River to Cape Horn and the point of beginning.


GMU 334-ELLENSBURG (Kittitas County):

Beginning on US Hwy 97 and Lower Green Canyon Rd; N on Lower Green Canyon Rd to Highline Canal; N, E and S along Highline Canal to I-90 and the Yakima Training Center boundary; S and W along the Yakima Training Center boundary to I-82; N on I-82 to Thrall Rd; W on Thrall Rd to Wilson Creek; S down Wilson Creek to Yakima River; N up Yakima River to Umptanum Rd; S up Umptanum Rd to the South Branch Extension Canal; W on South Branch Extension Canal to Bradshaw Rd; W on Bradshaw Rd to the elk fence; N along the elk fence to Taneum Creek; NE down Taneum Creek to the Yakima River; NE down the Yakima River to Thorp Hwy; NW along the Thorp Hwy to SR 10; SE on SR 10 to US Hwy 97 junction; N on US Hwy 97 to Lower Green Canyon Rd and point of beginning.


GMU 335-TEANAWAY (Kittitas County):

Beginning at I-90 and US Forest Service Trail 2000 (Pacific Crest Trail) at Snoqualmie Pass; N on US Forest Service Trail 2000 (Pacific Crest Trail) to the Alpine Lakes Wilderness boundary; E on the Alpine Lakes Wilderness boundary to the Chelan-Kittitas county line; E on US Forest Service Trail 1226 to US Hwy 97 at Blewitt Pass; S on US Hwy 97 to SR 10; N and W on SR 10 to Thorp Hwy; SE on Thorp Hwy to Taneum Creek; SW up Taneum Creek to I-90; W on I-90 to US Forest Service Trail 2000 (Pacific Crest Trail) at Snoqualmie Pass and the point of beginning.


GMU 336-TANEUM (Kittitas County):

Beginning at US Forest Service Trail 2000 (Pacific Crest Trail) and I-90 at Snoqualmie Pass; E on I-90 to Taneum Creek; W up Taneum Creek to the south fork of Taneum Creek; W up the south fork of Taneum Creek to US Forest Service Trail 1367; W on US Forest Service Trail 1367 to US Forest Service Trail 1363; S on US Forest Trail 1363 (Peaches Ridge Trail) to US Forest Service Trail 1388; W on US Forest Service Trail 1388 to US Forest Service Trail 2000 (Pacific Crest Trail) to Blowout Mountain; N on US Forest Service Trail 2000 (Pacific Crest Trail) to I-90 at Snoqualmie Pass and the point of beginning.


GMU 340-MANASTASH (Kittitas County):

Beginning at I-82 and SR 821; N on SR 821 to SR 823 (Harrison Rd); W on SR 823 (Harrison Rd) to Yakima River; N up Yakima River to Umtanum Creek; W up Umtanum Creek to Ellensburg-Wenas Rd; W and S along Ellensburg-Wenas Rd to North Fork Wenas Rd (Audubon Rd, W5000); NW along North Fork Wenas Rd to Barber Springs Rd; W on Barber Springs Rd to US Forest Service Trail 4W694; NW on US Forest Service Trail 4W694 to US Forest Service Trail 4W307; NW on US Forest Service Trail 4W307 to US Forest Service Trail 1388; NW on US Forest Service Trail 1388 to US Forest Service Trail 4W306; NW on US Forest Service Trail 4W306 to US Forest Service Trail 1388 at Quartz Mountain; NW along US Forest Service Rd 1388 to US Forest Service Trail 1363 (Peaches Ridge Trail); N and E along US Forest Service Trail 1363 (Peaches Ridge Trail) to US Forest Service Trail 1367; SE along US Forest Service 1367 to South Fork Taneum Creek; E down the South Fork Taneum Creek to Taneum Creek; E down Taneum Creek to the elk fence; SE along the elk fence to Bradshaw Rd; E on Bradshaw Rd to South Branch Extension Canal; SE along the South Branch Extension Canal to Umtanum Rd; N on Umtanum Rd to Yakima River; S down the Yakima River to Wilson Creek; NE up Wilson Creek to Thrall Rd; E on Thrall Rd to I-82; SE and SW on I-82 to SR 821 and the point of beginning.


GMU 342-UMTANUM (Kittitas and Yakima counties):

Beginning at US Forest Service Rd 1701 and Barber Springs Rd (WA Dept. of Natural Resources Rd W5000) at T17N, R15E, NE 1/4 of Section 12; SE on Barber Springs Rd to the North Fork Wenas Rd (Audubon Rd); SE on the North Fork Wenas Rd to Wenas-Ellensburg Rd; NE on Wenas-Ellensburg Rd to Umtanum Creek; E down the Umtanum Creek to the Yakima River; S down the Yakima River to I-82; SE on I-82 to US Hwy 12 at the city of Yakima; NW on US Hwy 12 to SR 410; NW on SR 410 to US Forest Service Rd 1701; N on US Forest Service Rd 1701 to Barber Spring Rd-US Forest Service Trail 4W694 intersection and the point of beginning.


GMU 346-LITTLE NACHES (Yakima and Kittitas counties):

Beginning at US Forest Service Rd 1388 and US Forest Service Trail 2000 (Pacific Crest Trail) at Blowout Mountain; SE on US Forest Service Rd 1388 to US Forest Service Trail 4W306; SE on US Forest Service Trail 4W306 to US Forest Service Trail 1388; SE on US Forest Service Trail 1388 to US Forest Service Trail 4W307; SE on US Forest Service Trail 4W307 to US Forest Service Trail 4W694; E on US Forest Service Trail 4W694 to US Forest Service Rd 1701 (T17N, R15E, NW 1/4 of Section 12); S on US Forest Service Rd 1701 to SR 410; NW and SW on SR 410 to US Forest Service Trail 2000 (Pacific Crest Trail) near Chinook Pass; N on US Forest Service Trail 2000 (Pacific Crest Trail) to US Forest Service Rd 1388 at Blowout Mountain and the point of beginning.


GMU 352-NILE (Yakima County):

Beginning on the Bumping Lake Rd and SR 410; E and S on SR 410 to the Lower Nile Loop Rd; W and N on the Lower Nile Loop Rd to US Forest Service Rd 1500; W on US Forest Service Rd 1500 to US Forest Service Rd 1502 (McDaniel Lake Rd); W on the US Forest Service Rd 1502 (McDaniel Lake Rd) to Rattlesnake Creek; N down Rattlesnake Creek to the North Fork of Rattlesnake Creek; W up the North Fork of Rattlesnake Creek to US Forest Service Trail 973 (Richmond Mine Rd); N on US Forest Service Trail 973 (Richmond Mine Trail) to US Forest Service Rd 1800 (Bumping Lake Rd); N on the US Forest Service Rd 1800 (Bumping Lake Rd) to SR 410 and the point of beginning.


GMU 356-BUMPING (Yakima County):

Beginning on US Forest Service Trail 2000 (Pacific Crest Trail) and SR 410 at Chinook Pass; NE on SR 410 to US Forest Service Rd 1800 (Bumping Lake Rd); SW on the US Forest Service Rd 1800 (Bumping Lake Rd) to US Forest Service Trail 973 (Richmond Mine Rd); SE on US Forest Service Trail 973 (Richmond Mine Rd) to the north fork of Rattlesnake Creek; SE down the north fork of Rattlesnake Creek to US Forest Service Rd 1502 (McDaniel Lake Rd); SE on US Forest Service Rd 1502 (McDaniel Lake Rd) to US Forest Service Rd 1500; S on US Forest Service Rd 1500 to US Hwy 12; W on US Hwy 12 to US Forest Service Trail 2000 (Pacific Crest Trail) at White Pass; N on the US Forest Service Trail 2000 (Pacific Crest Trail) to SR 410 at Chinook Pass and the point of beginning. (Lands within the boundary of Mt. Rainier National Park along the Pacific Crest Trail are not open to hunting.)


GMU 360-BETHEL (Yakima County):

Beginning on SR 410 and the Lower Nile Loop Rd; SE on SR 410 to US Hwy 12; SW on US Hwy 12 to US Forest Service Rd 1500; N and E on US Forest Service Rd 1500 to Nile Loop Rd; SE on Nile Loop Rd to SR 410, southeast of the town of Nile, and the point of beginning.


GMU 364-RIMROCK (Yakima County):

Beginning on US Forest Service Trail 2000 (Pacific Crest Trail) and US Hwy 12 at White Pass; E on US Hwy 12 to US Forest Service 1302 (Jump Off Rd) at Windy Point; SW on US Forest Service 1302 (Jump Off Rd) to US Forest Service Trail 1127, southeast of the Jump Off Lookout; SW on US Forest Service Trail 1127 to US Forest Service Rd 613; SW on US Forest Service Rd 613 to US Forest Service Rd 1020; SW on US Forest Service Rd 1020 to US Forest Service Rd 615; SW on US Forest Service Rd 615 to US Forest Service Trail 1136; SW on US Forest Service Trail 1136 to its southernmost point; W from US Forest Service Trail 1136 to Spenser Point; NW on the Yakama Indian reservation boundary from Spenser Point to the US Forest Service Trail 2000 (Pacific Crest Trail); N on the US Forest Service Trail 2000 (Pacific Crest Trail) to US Hwy 12 at White Pass and the point of beginning.


GMU 368-COWICHE (Yakima County):

Beginning on US Hwy 12 to US Forest Service Rd 1302 (Jump Off Rd) at Windy Point; NE and SE on US Hwy 12 to I-82; NW on I-82 to the Yakima River; S down the Yakima River to Ahtanum Creek; W up Ahtanum Creek to the south fork of Ahtanum Creek; SW up the south fork of Ahtanum Creek to Reservation Creek; SW up Reservation Creek to its headwaters; NW from the headwaters of Reservation Creek to Spenser Point (as represented on the Mt. Adams DNR 100k Map); SE from Spenser Point to US Forest Service Trail 1136; NE on US Forest Service Trail 1136 to US Forest Service Trail 615; NW on US Forest Service Trail 615 to US Forest Service Rd 1020; NW on US Forest Service Rd 1020 to US Forest Service Rd 613; NW on US Forest Service Rd 613 to US Forest Service Trail 1127; NW on US Forest Service Trail 1127 to US Forest Service Rd 1302 (Jump Off Rd), SE of the Jump Off Lookout Station; NE on US Forest Service Rd 1302 (Jump Off Rd) to US Hwy 12 and the point of beginning.


GMU 371-ALKALI (Kittitas and Yakima counties):

Beginning at the Vantage Bridge where I-90 crosses the Columbia River; S down the Columbia River (Kittitas-Grant and Grant-Yakima county line) to the Priest Rapids Dam; NW on the southern shore of the Columbia River (Priest Rapids Lake) to the Yakima Training Center boundary; S and W along the Yakima Training Center boundary to the main gate on Firing Center Rd; W along Firing Center Rd to I-82; N along I-82 to Yakima Training Center boundary at Vanderbuilt Gap; N and E along the Yakima Training Center boundary to I-90; E on I-90 to the Vantage Bridge on Columbia River and the point of beginning.


GMU 372-KIONA (Benton and Yakima counties):

Beginning at southern corner of Yakima Training Center border on the Columbia River, northwest of the Priest Rapids Dam; SE on the southern shore of the Columbia River (Priest Rapids Lake) to the Priest Rapids Dam; E along the Columbia River (Yakima-Grant, Grant-Benton county lines) to the Vernita Bridge on SR 24; E and S down the Benton County side of the Columbia River, following the ordinary high water mark of the shoreline, to the mouth of the Yakima River; NE from the mouth of the Yakima River to the Franklin-Benton county line in the Columbia River; SE down the Columbia River (Franklin-Benton and Benton-Walla Walla county lines) to the Washington-Oregon state line; W on the Columbia River (Washington-Oregon state line) from the southern junction of the Benton-Walla Walla county lines to Alder Creek (including all islands in the Columbia River north of the Oregon state line and between Alder Creek and the junction of the Benton-Walla Walla county lines); N on Alder Creek to SR 14; E on SR 14 to Alderdale Rd; N on the Alderdale Rd to Ridge Rd; W and S on Ridge Rd to Donaho Rd; W on Donaho Rd to Mabton-Bickleton Hwy (Glade Rd); N on Mabton-Bickleton Rd to the power transmission lines; SW on the power transmission lines to the power line access road in Section 3, T6N, R20E; N on power line access road to Yakama reservation Road 272 at the Yakama Indian reservation boundary; NE on the Yakama Indian reservation boundary to the Mabton-Sunnyside Rd; N on the Mabton-Sunnyside Rd to the Yakima River; NW up the Yakima River to SR 823 (Harrison Rd) south of the town of Pomona; E along SR 823 (Harrison Rd) to SR 821; SE on SR 821 to Firing Center Rd at I-82; E on Firing Center Rd to the main gate of the Yakima Training Center; S and E along the Yakima Training Center boundary to southern corner of the Yakima Training Center boundary on the Columbia River and the point of beginning. (The Hanford Nuclear Reservation is closed to all unauthorized public entry.)


GMU 381-ESQUATZEL (Franklin, Grant and Adams counties):

Beginning at the Vernita Bridge on SR 24 and the west shore of the Columbia River Grant-Benton county line; N and E on SR 24 to Muse Rd; E on Muse Rd to Mail Rd; E on Mail Rd to Scootney Rd; N on Scootney Rd to SR 17; N on SR 17 to SR 26; E on SR 26 to Old SR 26; E on Old SR 26 to the Palouse River (Whitman-Franklin county line); S down the Palouse River to Snake River (Franklin-Walla Walla county line); W and SW down the Snake River to the Columbia River (Franklin-Benton-Grant county line junction); NW up the Columbia River (Franklin-Benton county line) to a point northeast of the mouth of the Yakima River where it joins the Columbia River; SW to the mouth of the Yakima River; N and W up the Benton county side of the Columbia River, following the ordinary high water mark of the shoreline, to the mouth of the Vernita Bridge on SR 24 and the point of beginning. (Certain portions of the Hanford Reach National Monument are closed to public entry. The Hanford Nuclear Reservation and the Saddle Mountain National Wildlife Refuge are closed to unauthorized public entry.)


GMU 382-EAST KLICKITAT (Klickitat County):

Beginning at the US Hwy 97 Bridge on the Columbia River at the town of Maryhill; N on US Hwy 97 to the Yakama Indian reservation at Satus Pass; E along the Yakama Indian reservation boundary to Yakama Reservation Rd 272 and the power line access road; S and E on the power line access road to the electrical transmission lines; N and E on the electrical transmission lines to the Mabton-Bickleton Hwy (Glade Rd); S on the Mabton-Bickleton Hwy to Donaho Rd; E on Donaho Rd to Ridge Rd; E and N on Ridge Rd to Alderdale Rd; SE and S on Alderdale Rd to SR 14; W on SR 14 to Alder Creek; S down Alder Creek to the Columbia River; W down the Columbia River to the US Hwy 97 Bridge at the town of Maryhill and the point of beginning including all islands in the Columbia River both north of the Washington-Oregon state line and between Alder Creek and the US Hwy 97 Bridge at Maryhill.

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GMU 407-NORTH SOUND (Whatcom, Skagit, Snohomish and King counties):

Beginning at the NW corner of Whatcom county line and the US-Canadian border; E on the US-Canadian border to a point due north of Silver Lake Rd; S to Silver Lake Rd; S on Silver Lake Rd to SR 542 (Mount Baker Hwy); SW on SR 542 (Mount Baker Hwy) to Mosquito Lake Rd; S on Mosquito Lake Rd to SR 9 (Valley Hwy); S on SR 9 (Valley Hwy) through the town of Sedro-Woolley then S on SR 9 to SR 530 at the town of Arlington; NE on SR 530 to Jim Creek-Trafton Rd at the Trafton School in the town of Trafton; SE along Jim Creek-Trafton Rd (242nd St. NE) to the City of Seattle power transmission line; SW on the transmission line to Jordan Rd in Section 20, T31N, R6E; SE along Jordan Rd to SR 92 at the town of Granite Falls; E on SR 92 to South Alder Ave; S on South Alder Ave to East Pioneer St; E and SE on East Pioneer St to Menzel Lake Rd; S on Menzel Lake Rd to North Lake Roesiger Rd; S on North Lake Roesiger Rd to South Lake Roesiger Rd; S on South Lake Roesiger Rd to Woods Creek Rd; S on Woods Creek Rd to US Hwy 2 at the town of Monroe; W on US Hwy 2 to SR 203 at the town of Monroe; S on SR 203 to N.E. Woodinville-Duvall Rd at the town of Duvall; W on N.E. Woodinville-Duvall Rd to the Snoqualmie River; N down the Snoqualmie River to the Snohomish River; W down the Snohomish River to its mouth on the Puget Sound; W from the mouth of the Snohomish River to the northern tip of Gedney Island; due W from the northern tip of Gedney Island to a point on the Snohomish-Island county line; N along the Island-Snohomish county line in Possession Sound and Port Susan to Juniper Beach and N through Davis Slough to the Island-Snohomish-Skagit county junction; W and N along Island-Skagit county line through Skagit Bay and W through Deception Pass to San Juan-Skagit county line; N on the San Juan-Skagit county line to a point due West of Kelly's Point on Guemes Island; E from the San Juan-Skagit county line to Bellingham Channel; N through the middle of Bellingham Channel; NE from Bellingham Channel to Carter Point on Lummi Island; NW from Carter Point to the Skagit-Whatcom county line; W along Skagit-Whatcom county line to the Whatcom-San Juan county line; NW along the Whatcom-San Juan county line to the US-Canadian border and the point of beginning.


GMU 410-ISLANDS (San Juan and Island counties):

Beginning at the junction of San Juan-Whatcom county lines and the US-Canadian border at the northernmost point in San Juan County; SE on the San Juan-Whatcom county line to the junction of San Juan-Whatcom-Skagit county lines; E on the Skagit-Whatcom county line to the first point where the Skagit-Whatcom county line turns SE; SE from the Skagit-Whatcom county line to Carter Point on Lummi Island; SW down the middle of Bellingham Channel to a point due W of Kelly's Point on Guemes Island and including Cypress Island; W to the Skagit-San Juan county line; S through Rosario Strait on the San Juan-Skagit county line to the San Juan-Skagit-Island county line; E on the Skagit-Island county line through Deception Pass and S through Skagit Bay to the Island-Snohomish-Skagit county junction; SE on the Island-Snohomish county line through Davis Slough, Juniper Beach, Port Susan, Possession Sound to the Island-Kitsap county line; NW on the Island-Kitsap-Jefferson county line through Puget Sound, Admiralty Inlet, and the Strait of Juan De Fuca; W on the Clallam-Jefferson-San Juan county lines to the US-Canadian border; N on the US-Canadian border, through Middle Bank, Haro Strait, and Boundary Pass, to the northernmost corner of San Juan-Whatcom county line and the point of beginning.


GMU 418-NOOKSACK (Whatcom and Skagit counties):

Beginning at the US-Canadian border and the western border of the North Cascades National Park; S on the North Cascades National Park boundary to Noisy Diobsud Wilderness Area boundary; W and S on Noisy Diobsud Wilderness Area boundary to a point due E of the head waters of Watson Creek; W to the headwaters of Watson Creek; S down Watson Creek to Thunder Creek; W down Thunder Creek to Baker River Rd; S along Baker River Rd to SR 20 at the town of Concrete; W along SR 20 to SR 9 at the town of Sedro-Woolley; N along SR 9 to Mosquito Lake Rd; N on the Mosquito Lake Rd to SR 542 (Mount Baker Hwy); N on SR 542 (Mount Baker Hwy) to the Silver Lake Rd; N on the Silver Lake Rd to its northern most point; N from the Silver Lake Rd to the US-Canadian border; E on the US-Canadian border to the western border of the North Cascades National Park and the point of beginning.


GMU 426-DIABLO (Skagit and Whatcom counties):

Beginning at the US-Canadian border and the western boundary of the Ross Lake National Recreation Area; S on the Ross Lake National Recreation Area boundary across SR 20 (North Cascades Hwy) and Skagit River; NE and E on the Ross Lake National Recreation Area boundary to a point 2 miles east of Panther Creek, where the recreation boundary connects with the Okanogan National Forest boundary; S on North Cascades National Park boundary to the Skagit-Chelan county line at Fisher Peak; SE along the Skagit-Chelan county line, across SR 20 to the US Forest Service Trail 2000 (Pacific Crest Trail); N on the US Forest Service Trail 2000 (Pacific Crest Trail) to the Pasayten Wilderness boundary at Jim Pass; W along the Pasayten Wilderness boundary to the Ross Lake National Recreation Area boundary; N along the Ross Lake National Recreation Area-Pasayten Wilderness Area boundary to the US-Canadian border; W along the US-Canadian border to the NW corner of the Ross Lake National Recreation Area and the point of beginning.


GMU 437-SAUK (Skagit and Snohomish counties):

Beginning at the intersection of SR 9 and SR 20, W of the town of Sedro-Woolley; E along SR 20 to Baker River Rd at the town of Concrete; N on Baker River Rd to Thunder Creek; E up Thunder Creek to Watson Creek; N up Watson Creek to its headwaters; E from the headwaters of Watson Creek to Noisy Diobsud Wilderness boundary; N and E on Noisy Diobsud Wilderness boundary to North Cascades National Park boundary; N, E, N, W and N on the North Cascades National Park boundary to the US-Canadian border; E on the US-Canadian border to the Western Ross Lake National Recreation Area boundary, W of Ross Lake; S along the Ross Lake National Recreation Area boundary, across the SR 20 (North Cascade Hwy) and the Skagit River; E along the Ross Lake National Recreation Area boundary to the North Cascades National Park boundary near Big Devil Peak; SE on the North Cascades National Park boundary to the Cascade River Rd; S on Cascade River Rd to US Forest Service Rd 1590; S on US Forest Service Rd 1590 to US Forest Service Trail 769 (South Fork Cascade River Trail); S on US Forest Service Trail 796 (South Fork Cascade River Trail) to the Glacier Peak Wilderness Area boundary; W and S on Glacier Peak Wilderness Area Boundary to the Suiattle River; W down the Suiattle River to the Sauk River; N on the Sauk River to SR 530 (Sauk Valley Rd); S on SR 530 to the town of Darrington; W on SR 530 to SR 9 at the town of Arlington; N on SR 9 to SR 20, W of the town of Sedro-Woolley, and the point of beginning excluding lands in the North Cascades National Park.


GMU 448-STILLAGUAMISH (Snohomish and Skagit counties):

Beginning at the intersection of Hwy 530 (Arlington-Darrington Hwy) and Jim Creek Rd at the town of Trafton; NE on SR 530 to the town of Darrington; N on SR 530 (Sauk Valley Rd) to the Sauk River; S on the Sauk River to Suiattle River; E along the Suiattle River to the Glacier Peak Wilderness Area boundary; S on the Glacier Peak Wilderness Area boundary to US Forest Service Trail 650 West of June Mountain; W on the US Forest Service Trail 650, to US Forest Service Trail 1050 (Quartz Creek Trail) at Curry Gap; S on the US Forest Service Trail 1050 (Quartz Creek Trail) to US Forest Service Rd 6300; E on US Forest Service Rd 6300 to US Forest Service Trail 1051; NE on Trail 1051 to Henry M. Jackson Wilderness boundary; S along the Henry M. Jackson Wilderness boundary to Meadow Creek; S down Meadow Creek to Rapid River; E up Rapid River to US Forest Service Trail 2000 (Pacific Crest Trail) at Lake Janus; S on the US Forest Service Trail 2000 (Pacific Crest Trail) to SR 2 at Stevens Pass; W on SR 2 to Woods Creek Rd at the town of Monroe; N on Woods Creek Rd to South Lake Roesiger Rd; N on South Lake Roesiger Rd to North Lake Roesiger Rd; N on North Lake Roesiger Rd to Menzel Lake Rd; N on Menzel Lake Rd to East Pioneer St; NW and W on East Pioneer St to South Alder Ave; N on South Alder Ave to SR 92; W on SR 92 to Jordan Rd; NW on Jordan Rd, through the town of Jordan, to the City of Seattle power transmission lines; NE on the transmission lines to Jim Creek-Trafton Rd (242nd St. NE); W on Jim Creek-Trafton Rd to SR 530 at the town of Trafton and the point of beginning.


GMU 450-CASCADE (Skagit and Snohomish counties):

Beginning on the Glacier Peak Wilderness boundary and Jordan Creek, W of Jordan Lakes; N and E on the wilderness boundary to US Forest Service Trail 769; N on US Forest Service Trail 769 to US Forest Service Rd 1590; N on US Forest Service Rd 1590 to the US Forest Service Rd 15 (Cascade River Rd); N on US Forest Service Rd 15 (Cascade River Rd) to the North Cascades National Park boundary; E on the North Cascades National Park boundary to US Forest Service Trail 2000 (Pacific Crest Trail); S on US Forest Service Trail 2000 (Pacific Crest Trail) to the Rapid River at Lake Janus; NW down the Rapid River to Meadow Creek; N up Meadow Creek to Henry M. Jackson Wilderness Area boundary; N along the Henry M. Jackson Wilderness boundary to US Forest Service Trail 1051; S on US Forest Service Trail 1051 to US Forest Service Rd 6300; W on US Forest Service Rd 6300 to US Forest Service Trail 1050; N on US Forest Service Trail 1050 to US Forest Service Trail 650 at Curry Gap; E on US Forest Service Trail 650 to the Glacier Peak Wilderness boundary west of June Mountain; N on the Glacier Peak Wilderness boundary, across the Suiattle River, to Jordan Creek and the point of beginning.


GMU 454-ISSAQUAH (King and Snohomish counties):

Beginning at the mouth of the Snohomish River at the city of Everett; SE up the Snohomish River to the Snoqualmie River; SE up the Snoqualmie River to NE Woodinville-Duvall Rd; E on NE Woodinville-Duvall Rd to SR 203 at the town of Duvall; S on SR 203 to SR 202 (Fall City-Snoqualmie Rd) at the town of Fall City; S on SR 202 (Fall City-Snoqualmie Rd), across the Snoqualmie River to Preston-Fall City Rd; SW on Preston-Fall City Rd to I-90 at the town of Preston; E on I-90 to SR 18; S on SR 18 to the Raging River; SE along the Raging River to Kerriston Rd; S on Kerriston Rd to the City of Seattle Cedar River Watershed boundary; W, S and E along the Cedar River Watershed boundary to US Forest Service Rd 5100; S along US Forest Service Rd 5100 to the posted boundary of the Green River Watershed; S along the posted boundary of the Green River Watershed to the US Forest Service Rd 5410; S on US Forest Service Rd 5410 to US Forest Service Rd 5400; E on US Forest Service Rd 5400 to the junction with posted boundary of the Green River Watershed; S on the posted Tacoma Green River Watershed boundary to US Forest Service Rd 7110 (Weyerhaeuser 5200 line) near Lynn Lake; SW on US Forest Service Rd 7110 (Weyerhaeuser 5200 line) to US Hwy 410; W on SR 410 to SR 164 at the city of Enumclaw; W on SR 164 to SR 18 at the city of Auburn; W on SR 18 to SR 99; N on SR 99 to SR 509; W on SR 509 to Redondo Way South; NW on Redondo Way South to the town of Redondo on Puget Sound; SW across Admiralty Inlet on the Pierce-King county line to the point were the county line turns southeast, northwest of Dash Point; W and N along the King county line to King, Snohomish, and Kitsap county line junction in the Puget Sound west of Point Wells; N on the Snohomish county line through Possession Sound to a point on the Snohomish county line due west of the northern tip of Gedney Island (Hat Island); E to the northern tip of Gedney Island (Hat Island); E from the northern tip of Gedney Island (Hat Island) to the mouth of the Snohomish River and the point of beginning.


GMU 460-SNOQUALMIE (King and Snohomish counties):

Beginning at SR 203 and SR 2 at the town of Monroe; E on SR 2 to US Forest Service Trail 2000 (Pacific Crest Trail) at Stevens Pass; S on the US Forest Service Trail 2000 (Pacific Crest Trail) to the City of Seattle Cedar River Watershed; W on the Cedar River Watershed boundary to Kerriston Rd; N on Kerriston Rd to the Raging River; W and N along the Raging River to SR 18; N on SR 18 to I-90; W on I-90 to the Preston-Fall City Rd; N on the Preston-Fall City Rd to SR 202 (Fall City-Snoqualmie Rd); N on SR 202 (Fall City-Snoqualmie Rd), across the Snoqualmie River, to SR 203; N on SR 203 to SR 2 at the town of Monroe and the point of beginning.


GMU 466-STAMPEDE (King County):

Beginning on the US Forest Service Trail 2000 (Pacific Crest Trail) and the east boundary of the City of Seattle Cedar River Watershed; S on the US Forest Service Trail 2000 (Pacific Crest Trail) past Blowout Mountain to US Forest Service Rd 7038 at its closest point to the Pacific Crest Trail near Windy Gap north of Pyramid Peak; NW on US Forest Service Rd 7038 to US Forest Service Rd 7036; NW on US Forest Service Rd 7036 to US Forest Service Rd 7030; NW on US Forest Service Rd 7030 to US Forest Service Rd 7032; NW on US Forest Service Rd 7032 to US Forest Service Trail 1172; W on US Forest Service Trail 1172 to about 1/4 mile past Williams Hole to the posted boundary of the City of Tacoma Green River Watershed; N on the posted City of Tacoma Green River Watershed boundary to the City of Seattle Cedar River Watershed boundary; N along City of Seattle Cedar River Watershed boundary to US Forest Service Trail 2000 (Pacific Crest Trail) and the point of beginning.


GMU 485-GREEN RIVER (King County):

Beginning at the junction of NW corner of the city of Tacoma Green River Watershed and US Forest Service Rd 5100; E on the boundary between the Green River Watershed and the Cedar River Watershed to US Forest Service Rd 5060; S on US Forest Service Rd 5060 to the posted boundary of the Green River Watershed; along the southern boundary of the Green River Watershed over Huckleberry Mountain and Grass Mountain to the US Forest Service Rd 5400; NW along US Forest Service Rd 5400 to US Forest Service Rd 5410; N along US Forest Service Rd 5410 to posted boundary of the City of Tacoma Green River Watershed; N along the posted boundary of the City of Tacoma Green River Watershed to US Forest Service Rd 5100; N along US Forest Service Rd 5100 to City of Tacoma Green River Watershed and City of Seattle Cedar River Watershed border and the point of beginning.


GMU 490-CEDAR RIVER (King County):

The area within the posted boundary of the city of Seattle's Cedar River Watershed.

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GMU 501-LINCOLN (Lewis, Thurston, Pacific, and Grays Harbor counties):

Beginning at the intersection of I-5 and SR 6; west on SR 6 to Stevens Rd; NW on Stevens Rd to Elk Creek Rd at the town of Doty; W on Elk Creek Rd to Weyerhaeuser 7000 line; W and N on Weyerhaeuser 7000 line to Weyerhaeuser 7400 line; N on Weyerhaeuser 7400 line to Weyerhaeuser 7050 line; NE on Weyerhaeuser 7050 line to Weyerhaeuser 7000 line; NW and N on Weyerhaeuser 7000 line to the Weyerhaeuser 7800 line; N on Weyerhaeuser 7800 line to Weyerhaeuser 7800 F line; NE on Weyerhaeuser 7800 F line to Weyerhaeuser 720 line; E on Weyerhaeuser 720 line to Weyerhaeuser 723 line; NW on Weyerhaeuser 723 line to the Weyerhaeuser C line; NE on Weyerhaeuser C line to Garrard Creek Rd; NE on Garrard Creek Rd to South Bank Rd; E on South Bank Rd to North State St; N on North State St to US Hwy 12 at the town of Oakville; E on US Hwy 12 to I-5; S on I-5 to SR 6 and point of beginning.


GMU 503-RANDLE (Lewis County):

Beginning at the intersection of US Hwy 12 and the Rainier Timber 100 Mainline (Kosmos Rd, Old Champion Haul Rd); E on US Hwy 12 to SR 131; S on SR 131 to US Forest Service Rd 25; S on the US Forest Service Rd 25 to the Cispus River; W on the Cispus River to Rainier Timber 271 line; S on the Rainier Timber 271 line to the Rainier Timber 300 line; W on the Rainier Timber 300 line to the Rainier Timber 100 line; N on the Rainier Timber 100 line (Kosmos Rd) to US Hwy 12 and the point of beginning.


GMU 504-STELLA (Cowlitz County):

Beginning at the mouth of the Cowlitz River on the Columbia River; W down the Columbia River to the mouth of Germany Creek (including all islands in the Columbia River which are both north of the Washington-Oregon state line and between the Cowlitz River and Germany Creek); N up Germany Creek to SR 4; E on SR 4 to Germany Creek Rd; N on Germany Creek Rd to International Paper 1000 line; N on International Paper 1000 line to International Paper 1050 line; E on International Paper 1050 line to International Paper 2200 line; E and S on International Paper 2200 to Woodside Dr; NE on Woodside Dr to Delameter Rd; E on Delameter Rd to the three power lines; N along the three power lines to Weyerhaeuser 9312 line; E on Weyerhaeuser 9312 line to Growlers Gulch Rd; E on Growlers Gulch Rd to Public Highway 10 Rd; E along the Public Highway 10 Rd to the A Street bridge over the Cowlitz River at the town of Castle Rock; S down the Cowlitz River to the Columbia River and point of beginning.


GMU 505-MOSSYROCK (Lewis County):

Beginning on I-5 and the Cowlitz River; NE up the Cowlitz River to the Mayfield Dam; NE along the south shore of Mayfield Lake to the US Hwy 12 bridge; NE on US Hwy 12 to Winston Creek Rd; SE on Winston Creek Rd to Longbell Rd; E on Longbell Rd to Perkins Rd; NE on Perkins Rd to Green Mountain Rd; E on Green Mountain Rd to the outlet of Swofford Pond; E along the Swofford Pond outlet to Riffe Lake; E along the south shore of Riffe Lake to the Cowlitz River; up the Cowlitz River to the Rainier Timber 100 Mainline; N on the Rainier Timber 100 Mainline to US Hwy 12; W on US Hwy 12 to SR 7 at the town of Morton; N on SR 7 to SR 508; W on Highway 508 to Centralia-Alpha Rd; W and N on Centralia-Alpha Rd to Salzer Valley Rd; W on Salzer Valley Rd to Summa St at the town of Centralia; W on Summa St to Kresky Rd; N on Kresky Rd to Tower St; N on Tower St to SR 507; W on SR 507 (Cherry St, Alder St, and Mellen St) to I-5; S on I-5 to the Cowlitz River and point of beginning.


GMU 506-WILLAPA HILLS (Wahkiakum, Pacific and Lewis counties):

Beginning at SR 6 and 3rd St South at the town of Pe Ell; S on 3rd St South to Muller Rd; S on Muller Rd to Weyerhaeuser 1000 line; S on Weyerhaeuser 1000 line to Weyerhaeuser 1800 line; S on Weyerhaeuser 1800 line to Weyerhaeuser 500 line; SE on Weyerhaeuser 500 line to SR 407 (Elochoman Valley Rd) at Camp 2; S on SR 407 (Elochoman Valley Rd) to the Elochoman River; down the Elochoman River to Foster Rd; N on Foster Rd to Risk Rd; W and N along Risk Rd to SR 4; W on SR 4 to Skamokawa Creek; SW down Skamokawa Creek to the Columbia River; W along Columbia River to the mouth of the Deep River (including all islands in the Columbia River which are both north of the Washington state line and between Skamokowa Creek and Deep River); N along the Deep River to SR 4; NW on SR 4 to the Salmon Creek Rd; NE on Salmon Creek Rd to Weyerhaeuser 5000 line; N on Weyerhaeuser 5000 line to Weyerhaeuser 5800 line; NE on Weyerhaeuser 5800 line to power transmission line; N on the power transmission line to SR 6; E on SR 6 to the town of Pe Ell and the point of beginning.


GMU 510-STORMKING (Lewis County):

Beginning on US Hwy 12 at the Silver Creek bridge; N up Silver Creek to Silverbrook Rd; E on Silverbrook Rd to US Forest Service Rd 47; N on US Forest Service Rd 47 to US Forest Service Rd 85; W and N on US Forest Service Rd 85 to US Forest Service Rd 52; N on US Forest Service Rd 52 to the Nisqually River; W down the Nisqually River to SR 7; S on Hwy 7 to US Hwy 12 at the town of Morton; E on US Hwy 12 to the Silver Creek bridge and point of beginning.


GMU 513-SOUTH RAINIER (Lewis County):

Beginning on US Hwy 12 at the Silver Creek bridge; N up Silver Creek to Silverbrook Rd; E on Silverdale Rd to US Forest Service Rd 47; N on US Forest Service Rd 47 to US Forest Service Rd 85; W and N on US Forest Service Rd 85 to US Forest Service Rd 52; W and N on US Forest Service Rd 52 to the Nisqually River; E up the Nisqually River to the southern boundary of Mount Rainier National Park; E along the south park boundary to the Pacific Crest Trail (US Forest Service Trail 2000); S along the Pacific Crest Trail (US Forest Service Trail 2000) to US Hwy 12; W on US Hwy 12 to the Silver Creek bridge and point of beginning.


GMU 516-PACKWOOD (Lewis and Skamania counties):

Beginning at US Hwy 12 and Pacific Crest Trail at White Pass; S on Pacific Crest Trail (US Forest Service Trail 2000) to US Forest Service Trail 98 at Sheep Lake; W on US Forest Service Trail 98 to US Forest Service Rd 2160 at Walupt Lake; W on US Forest Service Rd 2160 to US Forest Service Rd 21; S and W on US Forest Service Rd 21 to US Forest Service Rd 23; S on US Forest Service Rd 23 to US Forest Service Trail 263; S and W on US Forest Service Trail 263 to US Forest Service Trail 261; S on US Forest Service Trail 261 to US Forest Service Trail 1; W on US Forest Service Trail 1 to US Forest Service Rd 99; W on US Forest Service Rd 99 to US Forest Service Rd 26; N on US Forest Service Rd 26 to US Forest Service Rd 2612; W on US Forest Service Rd 2612 to US Forest Service Trail 217; N and W on US Forest Service Trail 217 to Weyerhaeuser 2600 line; Weyerhaeuser 2600 line to Weyerhaeuser 2658 line; N on Weyerhaeuser 2658 line to Rainier Timber (Campbell Group) 430 line; N on Rainier Timber 430 line to the Rainier Timber Mainline 400 line; N and E on Rainier Timber Mainline 400 line to Rainier Timber 300 line; E on Rainier Timber 300 line to Rainier Timber 271 line; N on Rainier Timber 271 line to the Cispus River; E on the Cispus River to US Forest Service Rd 25; N on US Forest Service Rd 25 to SR 131; N on SR 131 to US Hwy 12; E on US Hwy 12 to the Pacific Crest Trail (US Forest Service Trail 2000) at White Pass and beginning.


GMU 520-WINSTON (Cowlitz, Lewis and Skamania counties):

Beginning at the bridge at intersection of I-5 and the Cowlitz River; S down the Cowlitz River to the Toutle River; E up the Toutle River to the South Fork Toutle River; SE up South Fork Toutle River to Johnson Creek; NE up Johnson Creek to Weyerhaeuser 4400 line; N along Weyerhaeuser 4400 line to Weyerhaeuser 2421 line; N along Weyerhaeuser 2421 line to Weyerhaeuser 2400 line; NW along Weyerhaeuser 2400 line to Alder Creek; NW down Alder Creek to North Fork Toutle River; W down the North Fork Toutle River to the Green River; E up the Green River to US Forest Service Rd 2612; E on US Forest Service Rd 2612 to US Forest Service Trail 217; N and W on US Forest Service Trail 217 to Weyerhaeuser 2600 line; W on Weyerhaeuser 2600 line to Weyerhaeuser 2658 line; N on Weyerhaeuser 2658 line to Rainier Timber (Campbell Group) 430 line; N on Rainier Timber 430 line to Rainier Timber 400 Mainline; N and E on Rainier Timber 400 Mainline to Rainier Timber 100 Mainline; N on Rainier Timber 100 Mainline to Cowlitz River; W down the Cowlitz River to Riffe Lake; W along the south shore to the Swofford Pond outlet; W along the Swofford Pond outlet to Green Mountain Rd; W on Green Mountain Rd to Perkins Rd; SW on Perkins Rd to Longbell Rd; W on Longbell Rd to Winston Creek Rd; NW on Winston Creek Rd to US Hwy 12; SW on US Hwy 12 to the Mayfield Lake bridge at Mayfield Lake; SW down the south shore of Mayfield Lake to the Cowlitz River at Mayfield Dam; SW down the Cowlitz River to I-5 bridge crossing the Cowlitz River and point of beginning.


GMU 522-LOO-WIT (Cowlitz and Skamania counties):

Beginning on the North Fork Toutle River at the mouth of Hoffstadt Creek; SE up the North Fork Toutle River to Deer Creek; SE up Deer Creek to Weyerhaeuser 3020 line; NW along Weyerhaeuser 3020 line to Weyerhaeuser 3000 line; E along Weyerhaeuser 3000 line to US Forest Service Trail 216G; SE along US Forest Service Trail 216G to the intersection of US Forest Service Trail 238 and US Forest Service Trail 216; S on US Forest Service Trail 238 to South Fork of the Toutle River; E along South Fork Toutle River to its headwaters and Mount St. Helens crater's edge; E along the Mount St. Helens crater's southern edge to the headwaters of Ape Canyon Creek; NE down Ape Canyon Creek to US Forest Service Trail 225 (Smith Creek Trail); N and NW on US Forest Service Trail 225 (Smith Creek Trail) to US Forest Service Rd 99; NE along US Forest Service Rd 99 to US Forest Service Rd 26; N on US Forest Service Rd 26 to US Forest Service Trail 1; W on US Forest Service Trail 1 to US Forest Service Trail 214; NW on US Forest Service Trail 214 to US Forest Service Trail 211; W on US Forest Service Trail 211 to Coldwater Creek; W down Coldwater Creek to Coldwater Lake; SW along the northwest shore of Coldwater Lake to the outlet of Coldwater Lake; SW down the outlet stream from Coldwater Lake to SR 504 bridge at mile post 45; W on SR 504 to Hoffstadt Creek Bridge on Hoffstadt Creek; S and W down Hoffstadt Creek to the North Fork Toutle River and point of beginning.


GMU 524-MARGARET (Cowlitz, Skamania and Lewis counties):

Beginning on the North Fork Toutle River at the mouth of the Green River; SE up the North Fork Toutle River to the mouth of Hoffstadt Creek; N and E up Hoffstadt Creek to the SR 504 bridge over Hoffstadt Creek; E on SR 504 to the bridge over the outlet to Coldwater Lake at mile post 45; NE up the outlet stream of Coldwater Lake to Coldwater Lake; NE along the northwest shoreline of Coldwater Lake to Coldwater Creek inlet; E up Coldwater Creek to US Forest Service Trail 211; NE on US Forest Service Trail 211 to US Forest Service Trail 214; SE on US Forest Service Trail 214 to US Forest Service Trail 1; E on US Forest Service Trail 1 to US Forest Service Rd 26; N on the US Forest Service Rd 26 (Ryan Lake Rd) to US Forest Service Rd 2612; W on US Forest Service Rd 2612 to the Green River; W down the Green River to its mouth on the North Fork of the Toutle River and point of beginning.


GMU 530-RYDERWOOD (Cowlitz, Lewis and Wahkiakum counties):

Beginning at Stevens Rd and SR 6, south of the town of Doty; E on SR 6 to I-5 at the town of Chehalis; S on I-5 to the Cowlitz River; S along the Cowlitz River to Public Hwy 10 on the A Street bridge at the town of Castle Rock; W on the Public Hwy 10 to Growler's Gulch Rd; W on Growler's Gulch Rd to Weyerhaeuser 9312 line; W on Weyerhaeuser 9312 line to three power lines; S on the three power lines to Delameter Rd; SW on Delameter Rd to Woodside Dr; SW on Woodside Dr to International Paper Rd 2200; N and W on International Paper Rd 2200 to International Paper Rd 1050; W on International Paper Rd 1050 to International Paper Rd 1000; S on International Paper Rd 1000 to the Germany Creek Rd; S on the Germany Creek Rd to SR 4; W on SR 4 to Germany Creek; S along Germany Creek to its mouth at the Columbia River; W along the Columbia River to Skamokawa Creek (including all islands in the Columbia River which are both north of the Washington state line and between Skamokawa Creek and Germany Creek); NE up Skamokawa Creek to SR 4; E on SR 4 to Risk Rd; SE on Risk Rd to Foster Rd; S on Foster Rd to the Elochoman River; SE up the Elochoman River to SR 407 (Elochoman Valley Rd); NE on SR 407 (Elochoman Valley Rd) to Weyerhaeuser 500 line at Camp 2; NW on Weyerhaeuser 500 line to Weyerhaeuser 1800 line; N on Weyerhaeuser 1800 line to Weyerhaeuser 1000 line; N on Weyerhaeuser 1000 line to Muller Rd; N on Muller Rd to 3rd St South in the town of Pe Ell; N on 3rd St South to SR 6 at the town of Pe Ell; N on SR 6 to Stevens Rd, south of the town of Doty, and the point of beginning. No hunting on all lands and islands south of SR 4 between Skamokawa Creek and Cape Horn.


GMU 550-COWEEMAN (Cowlitz County):

Beginning at the mouth of the Toutle River on the Cowlitz River; E along the Toutle River to the South Fork Toutle River; up the South Fork Toutle River to Weyerhaeuser 4100 line; E on Weyerhaeuser 4100 line to Weyerhaeuser 4950 line; S and E on Weyerhaeuser 4950 line to Weyerhaeuser 235 line; SE on Weyerhaeuser 235 line to Weyerhaeuser 200 line; W on Weyerhaeuser 200 line to Weyerhaeuser 240 line; SE on Weyerhaeuser 240 line to Weyerhaeuser 234 line; E on Weyerhaeuser 243 line to Weyerhaeuser 135A line; S on Weyerhaeuser 135A line to Weyerhaeuser 135 line; E on Weyerhaeuser 135 line to Weyerhaeuser 134 line; SW on Weyerhaeuser 134 line to Weyerhaeuser 133 line; SW on Weyerhaeuser 133 line to Weyerhaeuser 130 line; SW on Weyerhaeuser 130 line to Weyerhaeuser 1680 line; W on Weyerhaeuser 1680 line to Weyerhaeuser 1600 line; SE on Weyerhaeuser 1600 line to Weyerhaeuser 1400 line; W on Weyerhaeuser 1400 line to Weyerhaeuser 1420 line which is the Kalama/Coweeman Summit; SE on Weyerhaeuser 1420 line to Weyerhaeuser 1426 line; W on Weyerhaeuser 1426 line to Weyerhaeuser 1428 line; SW on Weyerhaeuser 1428 line to Weyerhaeuser 1429 line which turns into Weyerhaeuser 6400 line; SW down Weyerhaeuser 6400 line to Weyerhaeuser 6000 line; E on Weyerhaeuser 6000 line to Weyerhaeuser 6450 line; SE for approximately one mile on Weyerhaeuser 6450 line (crossing the Kalama River) to Weyerhaeuser 6452 line; SE on Weyerhaeuser 6452 line to Dubois Rd; SE on Dubois Rd to SR 503; W on SR 503 to Cape Horn Creek; SE down Cape Horn Creek to Merwin Reservoir; SW along the north shore of Merwin Reservoir to the Lewis River; SW down the Lewis River to the power transmission lines in Section 4, T5N, R2E; NW along the power transmission lines to Northwest Natural Gas Pipeline located east of the town of Kalama, approximately 1/2 mile east of China Gardens Rd; N up the Natural Gas Pipeline right of way to Ostrander Creek; W down Ostrander Creek to the Cowlitz River; N on the Cowlitz River to the Toutle River and point of beginning.


GMU 554-YALE (Cowlitz County):

Beginning on SR 503 at its crossing of Cape Horn Creek; E on SR 503 to Weyerhaeuser 6600 line (Rock Creek Rd); NE on Weyerhaeuser 6600 line (Rock Creek Rd) to Weyerhaeuser 6690 Rd; N and E on Weyerhaeuser 6690 line to Weyerhaeuser 6696 line; N on Weyerhaeuser 6696 line to West Fork Speelyai Creek; SE down West Fork Speelyai Creek to the main stem of the Speelyai Creek; SW and SE down Speelyai Creek to SR 503; NE on SR 503 to Dog Creek; S down Dog Creek to Yale Reservoir; S and W along the north shore of Yale Reservoir to the Lewis River at the Yale Dam; W down the Lewis River to Merwin Reservoir; W along the north shore of Merwin Reservoir to Cape Horn Creek; NW up Cape Horn Creek to SR 503 and the point of beginning.


GMU 556-TOUTLE (Cowlitz County):

Beginning on the intersection of SR 503 (Lewis River Rd) and US Forest Service Rd 81 (Merrill Lake Rd); N on US Forest Service Rd 81 to Weyerhaeuser 7200 line; NW on Weyerhaeuser 7200 line to Weyerhaeuser 7400 line; N on Weyerhaeuser 7400 line to Weyerhaeuser 5500 line; E and N on Weyerhaeuser 5500 line to Weyerhaeuser 5670 line; N and E on Weyerhaeuser 5670 line to Weyerhaeuser 5660 line; N on Weyerhaeuser 5660 line about a 1/4 mile to the South Fork Toutle River; E on the South Fork Toutle River to US Forest Service Trail 238; N on US Forest Service Trail 238 to the intersection of US Forest Service Trail 216 and US Forest Service Trail 216G; NW on US Forest Service Trail 216G to Weyerhaeuser 3000 line; W on Weyerhaeuser 3000 line to Weyerhaeuser 3020 line; SE on Weyerhaeuser 3020 line to Deer Creek; NW down Deer Creek to the North Fork Toutle River; down the North Fork Toutle River to Alder Creek; up Alder Creek to Weyerhaeuser 2400 line; S on Weyerhaeuser 2400 line to Weyerhaeuser 2421 line; S on Weyerhaeuser 2421 line to Weyerhaeuser 4400 line; S and W along Weyerhaeuser 4400 line to Johnson Creek; S along Johnson Creek to the South Fork Toutle River; SE up the South Fork Toutle River to Weyerhaeuser 4100 line; E on Weyerhaeuser 4100 line to the Weyerhaeuser 4950 line; S and E on Weyerhaeuser 4950 line to Weyerhaeuser 235 line; SE on Weyerhaeuser 235 line to Weyerhaeuser 200 line; W on Weyerhaeuser 200 line to Weyerhaeuser 240 line; SE on Weyerhaeuser 240 line to Weyerhaeuser 234 line; E on Weyerhaeuser 234 line to Weyerhaeuser 135A line; S on Weyerhaeuser 135A line to Weyerhaeuser 135 line; E on Weyerhaeuser 135 line to Weyerhaeuser 134 line; SW on Weyerhaeuser 134 line to Weyerhaeuser 133 line; SW on Weyerhaeuser 133 line to Weyerhaeuser 130 line; SW on Weyerhaeuser 130 line to Weyerhaeuser 1680 line; W on Weyerhaeuser 1680 line to Weyerhaeuser 1600 line; SE on Weyerhaeuser 1600 line to Weyerhaeuser 1400 line; W on Weyerhaeuser 1400 line to Weyerhaeuser 1420 line which is the Kalama/Coweeman Summit; SE on Weyerhaeuser 1420 line to Weyerhaeuser 1426 line; W on Weyerhaeuser 1426 line to Weyerhaeuser 1428 line; SW on Weyerhaeuser 1428 line to Weyerhaeuser 1429 line; SW on Weyerhaeuser 1429 line to Weyerhaeuser 6400 line; SW on Weyerhaeuser 6400 line to Weyerhaeuser 6000 line; E on Weyerhaeuser 6000 line to Weyerhaeuser 6450 line; SE for approximately one mile on Weyerhaeuser 6450 line (crossing the Kalama River) to Weyerhaeuser 6452 line; SE on Weyerhaeuser 6452 line to Dubois Rd; SE on Dubois Rd to SR 503; E on SR 503 to Weyerhaeuser 6600 line (Rock Creek Rd); NE on Weyerhaeuser 6600 line (Rock Creek Rd) to Weyerhaeuser 6690 Rd; N and E on Weyerhaeuser 6690 line to Weyerhaeuser 6696 line; N on Weyerhaeuser 6696 line to West Fork Speelyai Creek; SE down West Fork Speelyai Creek to the main stem of Speelyai Creek; SW and SE down Speelyai Creek to SR 503; NE on SR 503 to US Forest Service Rd 81 and point of beginning.


GMU 558-MARBLE (Cowlitz and Skamania counties):

Beginning on SR 503 (Lewis River Rd) and the US Forest Service Rd 81 intersection; N on US Forest Service Rd 81 to Weyerhaeuser 7200 line; NE on Weyerhaeuser 7200 line to Weyerhaeuser 7400 line; NW on Weyerhaeuser 7400 line to Weyerhaeuser 5500 line; E and N on Weyerhaeuser 5500 line to Weyerhaeuser 5670 line; N and E on Weyerhaeuser 5670 line to Weyerhaeuser 5660 line; N on Weyerhaeuser 5660 line about 1/4 mile to the South Fork Toutle River; E along South Fork Toutle River to its headwaters and Mount St. Helens crater's edge; E along the Mount St. Helens crater's southern edge to the headwaters of Ape Canyon Creek; NE down Ape Canyon Creek to the US Forest Service Trail 225 (Smith Creek Trail); N and NW on US Forest Service Trail 225 (Smith Creek Trail) to US Forest Service Rd 99; NE on US Forest Service Rd 99 to US Forest Service Trail 1; S and E on US Forest Service Trail 1 to US Forest Service Rd 25; S on US Forest Service Rd 25 to the Muddy River; S down the Muddy River to the North Fork Lewis River; W down the North Fork Lewis River to the Swift Reservoir; W along the north shore of the Swift Reservoir to Swift Dam and the Lewis River; W down the Lewis River to Yale Reservoir; W along the north shore of the Yale Reservoir to the mouth of Dog Creek; N up Dog Creek to SR 503; SW on SR 503 to US Forest Service Rd 81 and point of beginning.


GMU 560-LEWIS RIVER (Skamania, Klickitat, Yakima and Lewis counties):

Beginning on SR 141 and Mount Adams Rd, at the town of Trout Lake; NW on Mount Adams Rd to Sunnyside Rd; E on Sunnyside Rd to Trout Lake-Glenwood Hwy; E on Trout Lake-Glenwood Hwy to Mount Adams Hwy at the town of Glenwood; N on Mount Adams Hwy to Washington Dept. of Natural Resources Rd K-1000; N on Washington Dept. of Natural Resources Rd K-1000 to the Yakama Indian reservation boundary (Section 3, T7N, R12E); NW and W along the reservation boundary to the northwest corner of Section 2, T7N, R11E; S along the Yakama Indian reservation boundary to the southwest corner of Section 26, T7N, R11E; W along the Yakama Indian reservation boundary to the southwest corner of Section 27, T7N, R11E; N along the Yakama Indian reservation boundary (Cascade Mountain Range Crest) to US Forest Service Trail 2000 (Pacific Crest Trail) in Section 3, T11N, R11E; S on US Forest Service Trail 2000 (Pacific Crest Trail) to US Forest Service Trail 98 at Sheep Lake; W on US Forest Service Trail 98 to US Forest Service Rd 2160 at Walupt Lake; W on US Forest Service Rd 2160 to US Forest Service Rd 21; S and W on US Forest Service Rd 21 to US Forest Service Rd 23; S on US Forest Service Rd 23 to US Forest Service Trail 263; S and W on US Forest Service Trail 263 to US Forest Service Trail 261; S on US Forest Service Trail 261 to US Forest Service Trail 1; W on US Forest Service Trail 1 to US Forest Service Rd 25; S on US Forest Service Rd 25 to the Muddy River; S down the Muddy River to the North Fork Lewis River; W down the North Fork Lewis River to US Forest Service Rd 90 bridge (Eagle Cliff); E on US Forest Service Rd 90 to US Forest Service Rd 51 (Curly Creek Rd); SE on US Forest Service Rd 51 (Curly Creek Rd) to US Forest Service Rd 30; NE on US Forest Service Rd 30 to US Forest Service Rd 24; SE on US Forest Service Rd 24 to SR 141; NE on SR 141 to Mount Adams Rd, at the town of Trout Lake and point of beginning.


GMU 564-BATTLE GROUND (Clark, Skamania, and Cowlitz counties):

Beginning at the mouth of Ostrander Creek on the Cowlitz River; E up Ostrander Creek approximately 1 1/2 miles to the second Northwest Natural Gas Pipeline right of way crossing Ostrander Creek, east of the railroad crossing; S along the Northwest Natural Gas Pipeline right of way to the power transmission lines right of way located east of the town of Kalama, approximately 1/2 mile east of China Garden Rd; SE along the power transmission lines right of way to the north fork of the Lewis River in the northeast corner of Section 4, T5N, R2E; NE along the north fork of the Lewis River (Clark-Cowlitz County line) to Merwin dam; E along the north shoreline of Lake Merwin to the Lewis River; E up the Lewis River to SR 503; SW along SR 503 to N.E. Amboy Rd; S on N.E. Amboy Rd to N.E. Yacolt Rd; E on Yacolt Rd to Railroad Ave; SE on Railroad Ave to Lucia Falls Rd; W on Lucia Falls Rd to Hantwick Rd; SE on Hantwick Rd to Basket Flats Rd; W on Basket Flats Rd to N.E. 197th Ave; S on N.E. 197th Ave to N.E. 279th St; W on N.E. 279th St to N.E. 182nd Ave; S on N.E. 182nd Ave to N.E. 259th St; E on N.E. 259th St to N.E. 220th Ave; S on N.E. 220th Ave to N.E. Cresap Rd; SE on N.E. Cresap Rd to N.E. 222nd Ave; S on N.E. 222nd Ave to N.E. Allworth Rd; E on N.E. Allworth Rd to NE 232nd Ave; S on N.E. 232nd Ave to N.E. 237th St; E on N.E. 237th St to N.E. 240th Ave; S on N.E. 240th Ave to N.E. Berry Rd; NE on N.E. Berry Rd to the DNR L-1410 Rd; SE on L-1410 Rd to the DNR L-1400 Rd; W on L-1400 Rd to N.E. Rawson Rd; W on N.E. Rawson Rd to N.E. Powell Rd; SW on N.E. Powell Rd to N.E. 212th Ave; S on N.E. 212th Ave to N.E. 109th St; E on N.E. 109th St to N.E. 222nd Ave; S on N.E. 222nd Ave to N.E. 83rd St; W on N.E. 83rd St to N.E. 217th Ave; S on N.E. 217th Ave to N.E. 68th St; E on N.E. 68th St to N.E. 232nd Ave; S on N.E. 232nd Ave to SR 500; SE on SR 500 to N.E. 53rd St; E on N.E. 53rd St to N.E. 292nd Ave; S on N.E. 292nd Ave to N.E. Ireland Rd; E on N.E. Ireland Rd to N.E. Stauffer Rd; SW on N.E. Stauffer Rd to N.E. 292nd Ave; S on N.E. 292nd Ave to N.E. Reilly Rd; SW on N.E. Reilly Rd to N.E. Blair Rd; SE on N.E. Blair Rd to N.E. Zeek Rd; E on N.E. Zeek Rd to N.E. 10th St; E on N.E. 10th St to N.E. 312th Ave; S on N.E. 312th Ave to N.E. 9th St; E on N.E. 9th St to N.E. 322nd Ave; N on N.E. 322nd Ave to N.E. Ammeter Rd; NE on N.E. Ammeter Rd approximately 1/8th mile to the power transmission lines; E along the northern margin of the power transmission lines to N.E. Hughes Rd; N on N.E. Hughes Rd to N.E. 392nd Ave; N on N.E. 392nd Ave to N.E. 28th St; E on N.E. 28th St to N.E. Miller Rd; NE on N.E. Miller Rd to N.E. 39th St; E on N.E. 39th St to Skye Rd; SE on Skye Rd to Washougal River Rd; S on Washougal River Rd to SR 140; SE on SR 140 to Cape Horn Rd; S on Cape Horn Rd to Columbia River; W down the Columbia River to the Cowlitz River (including all islands in the Columbia River which are both on the Washington side of the state line and between Cape Horn Rd and the Cowlitz River); N along Cowlitz River to Ostrander Creek and point of beginning.


GMU 568-WASHOUGAL (Clark and Skamania counties):

Beginning on the Lewis River at SR 503; E on Lewis River (Cowlitz-Clark County line) to Canyon Creek; SE along Canyon Creek to N.E. Healy Rd; E on N.E. Healy Rd to US Forest Service Rd 54; E on US Forest Service Rd 54 to US Forest Service Rd 37; NW on US Forest Service Rd 37 to US Forest Service Rd 53; S on US Forest Service Rd 53 to US Forest Service Rd 4205 (Gumboat Rd); S on US Forest Service Rd 4205 to US Forest Service Rd 42 (Green Fork Rd); SW on US Forest Service Rd 42 to US Forest Service Rd 41 at Sunset Falls; E on US Forest Service Rd 41 to US Forest Service Rd 406 at Little Lookout Mountain; SE on US Forest Service Rd 406 to the boundary of the Gifford Pinchot National Forest; due E on the national forest boundary to Rock Creek; SE along Rock Creek to the Columbia River at the town of Stevenson; W down the Columbia River to the Cape Horn Rd (including all islands in the Columbia River which are both on the Washington side of the state line and between Cape Horn Rd and Rock Creek); N on Cape Horn Rd to SR 140; W on SR 140 to Washougal River Rd; E on Washougal River Rd to Skye Rd; NW on Skye Rd to N.E. 39th St; W on N.E. 39th St to N.E. Miller Rd; SW on N.E. Miller Rd to N.E. 28th St; W on N.E. 28th St to N.E. 392nd Ave; S on N.E. 392nd Ave to N.E. Hughes Rd; S on N.E. Hughes Rd approximately 1/8th mile to the power transmission lines; W along the northern margin of the power transmission lines to N.E. Ammeter Rd; SW on N.E. Ammeter Rd to N.E. 322nd Ave; S on N.E. 322nd Ave to N.E. 9th St; W on N.E. 9th St to N.E. 312th Ave; N on N.E. 312th Ave to N.E. 10th St; W on N.E. 10th St to N.E. Zeek Rd; W on N.E. Zeek Rd to N.E. Blair Rd; NW on N.E. Blair Rd to N.E. Reilly Rd; NE on N.E. Reilly Rd to N.E. 292nd Ave; NE on N.E. 292nd Ave to N.E. Stauffer Rd; NE on N.E. Stauffer Rd to N.E. Ireland Rd; W on N.E. Ireland Rd to N.E. 292nd Ave; N on N.E. 292nd Ave to N.E. 53rd St; W on N.E. 53rd St to SR 500; NW on SR 500 to N.E. 232nd Ave; N on N.E. 232nd Ave to N.E. 68th St; W on N.E. 68th St to N.E. 217th Ave; N on N.E. 217th Ave to N.E. 83rd St; E on N.E. 83rd St to N.E. 222nd Ave; N on N.E. 222nd Ave to NE 109th St; W on N.E. 109th St to N.E. 212th Ave; N on N.E. 212th Ave to N.E. Powell Rd; NE on N.E. Powell Rd to N.E. Rawson Rd; E on Rawson Rd to DNR L-1400 Rd; E on DNR L-1400 Rd to DNR L-1410 Rd; NW on DNR L-1410 Rd to N.E. Berry Rd; SW on N.E. Berry Rd to N.E. 240th Ave; N on N.E. 240th Ave to N.E. 237th St; W on N.E. 237th St to N.E. 232nd Ave; N on N.E. 232nd Ave to N.E. Allworth Rd; W on N.E. Allworth Rd to N.E. 222nd Ave; N on N.E. 222nd Ave to N.E. Cresap Rd; NW on N.E. Cresap Rd to N.E. 220th Ave; N on N.E. 220th Ave to N.E. 259th St; W on N.E. 259th St to N.E. 182nd Ave; N on N.E. 182nd Ave to N.E. 279th St; E on N.E. 279th St to N.E. 197th Ave; N on N.E. 197th Ave to N.E. Basket Flats Rd; E on N.E. Basket Flats Rd to N.E. Hantwick Rd; NW on N.E. Hantwick Rd to Lucia Falls Rd; E on Lucia Falls Rd to Railroad Ave; NW on Railroad Ave to N.E. Yacolt Rd; W on N.E. Yacolt Rd to N.E. Amboy Rd; N on N.E. Amboy Rd to SR 503; NE along SR 503 to the Lewis River and point of beginning.


GMU 572-SIOUXON (Skamania and Clark counties):

Beginning at the Yale Dam at Yale Lake; N then E along the shore of Yale Lake to the Lewis River; NE along the Lewis River to Swift Reservoir; E along the north shore Swift Reservoir to US Forest Service Rd 90 at the Eagle Cliff bridge; E on US Forest Service Rd 90 to US Forest Service Rd 51 (Curly Creek Rd); SE on US Forest Service Rd 51 to US Forest Service Rd 30 (Wind River Rd); N on US Forest Service Rd 30 to US Forest Service Rd 24 (Twin Butte Rd); S on US Forest Service Rd 24 to US Forest Service Rd 60 (Carson Guler Rd); SW on US Forest Service Rd 60 to US Forest Service Rd 65; SW on US Forest Service Rd 65 to the Wind River Rd; NW on the Wind River Rd to Hemlock Rd at the town of Stabler; W on Hemlock Rd to US Forest Service Rd 41 (Sunset-Hemlock Rd); W on the US Forest Service Rd 41 to US Forest Service Road 42 (Green Fork Rd) at Sunset Falls; NE on US Forest Service Rd 42 to US Forest Service Rd 4205 (Gumboat Rd); N on US Forest Service Rd 4205 to US Forest Service Rd 53; NW on US Forest Service Rd 53 to US Forest Service Rd 54 (N.E. Healy Rd); W on US Forest Service Rd 54 to Canyon Creek; N down Canyon Creek to the Lewis River; NE up the Lewis River to the Yale Dam and the point of beginning.


GMU 574-WIND RIVER (Skamania and Klickitat counties):

Beginning at SR 141 and Mount Adams Rd, at the town of Trout Lake; S on SR 141 to SR 141 Alternate; S on SR 141 Alternate to SR 14; W on SR 14 to the White Salmon River; S down the White Salmon River to the Columbia River; W down the Columbia River to the mouth of Rock Creek (including all islands in the Columbia River that are both north of the Washington state line and between the White Salmon River and Rock Creek); NW along Rock Creek through the town of Stevenson to the southern boundary of the Gifford Pinchot National Forest; W along the southern boundary of the Gifford Pinchot National Forest to US Forest Service Rd 4100-406; NW on US Forest Service Rd 4100-406 to the US Forest Service Rd 41 (Sunset-Mowich Rd) at Little Lookout Mountain; E on US Forest Service Rd 41 to Hemlock Rd; E on Hemlock Rd to Wind River Rd at the town of Stabler; SE on Wind River Rd to Old State Rd; E on Old State Rd to US Forest Service Rd 65 (Panther Creek Rd); N on US Forest Service Rd 65 to US Forest Service Road 60 (Carson-Gular); NE on US Forest Service 60 to US Forest Service 24 (also called Carson-Gular); E on US Forest Service Rd 24 to SR 141; NE, E and SE on SR 141 to Mount Adams Rd, at the town of Trout Lake, and the point of beginning.


GMU 578-WEST KLICKITAT (Klickitat, Yakima, and Skamania counties):

Beginning at the mouth of the White Salmon River on the Columbia River; N up the White Salmon River to SR 14; E on SR 14 to SR 141 Alternate, just east of the White Salmon River; N on SR 141 Alternate to SR 141; N on SR 141 to Mount Adams Rd, at the town of Trout Lake; NW on Mount Adams Rd to Sunnyside Rd; E on Sunnyside Rd to Trout Lake-Glenwood Hwy; E on the Trout Lake-Glenwood Hwy to the Mount Adams Hwy at the town of Glenwood; N on the Mount Adams Hwy to the WA Dept. of Natural Resources Rd K-1000; N on the WA Dept. of Natural Resources Rd K-1000 to the Yakama Indian reservation boundary (Section 3, T7N, R12E); SE along the reservation boundary to Summit Creek Rd; SW on Summit Creek Rd to the Champion Haul Rd; S on the Champion Haul Rd to the bridge crossing of the Klickitat River; S and SW down the Klickitat River to the Columbia River; W down the Columbia River to the mouth of the White Salmon River and the point of beginning (including all islands in the Columbia River which are both north of the Washington state line and between the Klickitat River and the White Salmon River).


GMU 588-GRAYBACK (Klickitat County):

Beginning at the US Hwy 97 bridge crossing the Columbia River; W down the Columbia River to the mouth of the Klickitat River at the town of Lyle (including all islands in the Columbia River which are both north of the Washington state line and between the US Hwy 97 bridge and the Klickitat River); N and NE up the Klickitat River to the Champion Haul Rd bridge crossing the Klickitat River; N on the Champion Haul Rd to Summit Creek Rd; NE on Summit Creek Rd to the Yakama Indian reservation boundary; E along the southern boundary of the reservation to US Hwy 97 (Satus Pass Hwy); S on US Hwy 97 to US Hwy 97 bridge crossing the Columbia River and point of beginning.

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Reviser's note: The spelling errors in the above section occurred in the copy filed by the agency and appear in the Register pursuant to the requirements of RCW 34.08.040.

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NEW SECTION
WAC 232-28-336   Game management units (GMUs) boundary descriptions -- Region six.  


GMU 601-HOKO (Clallam County):

Beginning on the Makah Indian reservation boundary and the Strait of Juan de Fuca; SE along the shore of the Strait of Juan de Fuca to the mouth of the Hoko River; S along the Hoko River to SR 112; SE on SR 112 to the Hoko-Ozette Rd; SW on the Hoko-Ozette Rd to the Olympic National Park boundary near Ozette; N along the Olympic National Park boundary to the Makah Indian reservation boundary; E and N along the Makah Indian reservation boundary to the Strait of Juan de Fuca and the point of beginning.


GMU 602-DICKEY (Clallam County):

Beginning at the mouth of the Hoko River and the Strait of Juan de Fuca; SE along the shore of the Strait of Juan de Fuca to the mouth of the Clallam River; S along the Clallam River to SR 112; S on SR 112 to the Burnt Mountain Rd (SR 113); S on the Burnt Mountain Rd (SR 113) to US Hwy 101 at the town of Sappho; SW on US Hwy 101 to the LaPush Rd; SW on the LaPush Rd to the Olympic National Park boundary; N along the Olympic National Park boundary to the Hoko-Ozette Rd; NE on the Hoko-Ozette Rd to SR 112; NW on SR 112 to the Hoko River; NW on the Hoko River to its mouth on the Strait of Juan De Fuca and the point of beginning.


GMU 603-PYSHT (Clallam County):

Beginning at the mouth of the Clallam River on Strait of Juan de Fuca; E along the shore of the Strait of Juan de Fuca to the mouth of the Elwha River; S along the Elwha River to the Olympic National Park boundary; W along the Olympic National Park boundary to one mile west of Lake Crescent; S on the Olympic National Park boundary to US Hwy 101; W on US Hwy 101 to the Burnt Mountain Rd (SR 113); N on the Burnt Mountain Rd (SR 113) to SR 112; N on SR 112 to the Clallam River; N along the Clallam River to its mouth and the point of beginning, EXCEPT Private Lands Wildlife Management Area 600, Merrill and Ring.


GMU 607-SOL DUC (Clallam County):

Beginning at US Hwy 101 at the town of Sappho; E on US Hwy 101 to the Olympic National Park boundary; S and W along the Olympic National Park boundary to the Bogachiel River; W along the Bogachiel River to US Hwy 101; N on US Hwy 101, through the town of Forks, to the town of Sappho and the point of beginning.


GMU 612-GOODMAN (Jefferson and Clallam counties):

Beginning approximately two miles east of the town of LaPush on the Olympic National Park boundary and LaPush Rd intersection; NE on LaPush Rd to US Hwy 101 at the town of Forks; S on US Hwy 101, across the Hoh River, and west to Olympic National Park Boundary; N on the Olympic National Park boundary to LaPush Rd and the point of beginning.


GMU 615-CLEARWATER (Jefferson County):

Beginning on US Hwy 101 and the Bogachiel River; E along the Bogachiel River to the Olympic National Park boundary; SE and W on the Olympic National Park boundary to the Quinault Indian reservation boundary; W on the Quinault Indian reservation boundary to the Olympic National Park boundary; N along the Olympic National Park boundary to US Hwy 101; E, N, and W on US Hwy 101 to the Bogachiel River and the point of beginning.


GMU 618-MATHENY (Jefferson and Grays Harbor counties):

Beginning at the boundary junction of Olympic National Park and the Quinault Indian reservation, east of the Queets River Rd; N, E, S, and W along the Olympic National Park boundary to the park and Quinault Indian reservation boundary junction north of Lake Quinault; NW along the Quinault Indian reservation boundary to its junction with the boundary of Olympic National Park, east of the Queets River Rd, and the point of beginning, including the Olympic National Forest land and private land one mile west of Lake Quinault and bounded by the Olympic National Park and the Quinault Indian reservation.


GMU 621-OLYMPIC (Jefferson, Clallam and Mason counties):

Beginning at the Olympic National Park boundary and the Elwha River; N along the Elwha River to US Hwy 101; E on US Hwy 101, through Port Angeles and Sequim, to the Chimacum Center Rd at the town of Quilcene; N on the Chimacum Center Rd to the East Quilcene Rd; E on the East Quilcene Rd to Quilcene Bay; S along the shore of Quilcene Bay to Dabob Bay; S along the shore of Dabob Bay to Hood Canal; SW along the shore of Hood Canal to Finch Creek; upstream on Finch Creek to US Hwy 101; S on US Hwy 101 to SR 119; W on SR 119 to Standstill Dr (Power Dam Rd); W on Standstill Dr (Power Dam Rd) to Upper Cushman Dam and the shore of Lake Cushman; NW on the west shore of Lake Cushman to the North Fork Skokomish River; N along the North Fork Skokomish River to the Olympic National Park boundary; N and W on the Olympic National Park boundary to the Elwha River and the point of beginning.


GMU 624-COYLE (Clallam and Jefferson counties):

Beginning at the mouth of the Elwha River and the Strait of Juan de Fuca; north from the mouth of the Elwha River to the Clallam county line in the Strait of Juan De Fuca; NE on the Clallam county line to Clallam-San Juan county line; NE on the Clallam-San Juan county line to the Jefferson-San Juan county line; NE on the Jefferson-San Juan county line to the Jefferson-Island county line; S then SE on the Jefferson-Island county line to the Kitsap-Island county line; SE on the Kitsap-Island county line to a point due east of Point No Point; W from the Kitsap-Island county line to Point No Point; NW, S, N, and SW along the coast of the Kitsap peninsula to Cougar Spit; W from Cougar Spit to Finch Creek at the town of Hoodsport; NE along the east shore of Hood Canal to Dabob Bay; N along the shore of Dabob Bay and Quilcene Bay to East Quilcene Rd; W on East Quilcene Rd to the Chimacum Center Rd; S on Chimacum Center Rd to US Hwy 101; N and W on US Hwy 101 through Sequim and Port Angeles to the Elwha River; N down the Elwha River to its mouth and the Strait of Juan de Fuca and the point of beginning.


GMU 627-KITSAP (Kitsap, Mason, and Pierce counties):

Beginning at the Hood Canal Bridge; E, S, N, and SE along the shore of the Kitsap peninsula to Point No Point; due E from Point No Point to Kitsap-Island county line in the Puget Sound; S along the Kitsap-Island county line to the Kitsap-Snohomish county line; S along the Kitsap-Snohomish county line to Kitsap-King county line; S along the Kitsap-King county line to the King-Pierce county line; S on the King-Pierce county line to the outlet of the Tacoma Narrows; S through the Tacoma Narrows, past Fox Island (which is included in this GMU), to Carr Inlet; NW up Carr Inlet around McNeil and Gertrude Islands (which are excluded from this GMU), to Pitt Passage; SW through Pitt Passage and Drayton Passage to the Pierce-Thurston county line in the Nisqually Reach; NW along the Pierce-Thurston county line to the Pierce-Mason county line; NW on the Pierce-Mason county line in the Nisqually Reach to North Bay; along the east shore of North Bay to SR 3 at the town of Allyn; N on SR 3 to the Old Belfair Hwy at the town of Belfair; N on the Old Belfair Hwy to the Bear Creek-Dewatto Rd; W on the Bear Creek-Dewatto Rd to the Dewatto Rd West; N along the Dewatto Rd to its intersection with the Albert Pfundt Rd; N on the Albert Pfundt Rd to Anderson Creek; E down Anderson Creek to the east shore of the Hood Canal; N from Anderson Creek along the east shore of Hood Canal to the Hood Canal bridge and the point of beginning.


GMU 633-MASON (Mason and Kitsap counties):

Beginning at the mouth of Anderson Creek on the eastern shore of Hood Canal; W along Anderson Creek to Albert Pfundt Rd; S on the Albert Pfundt Rd to West Dewatto Rd; S on West Dewatto Rd to Bear Creek-Dewatto Rd; E along Bear Creek-Dewatto Rd to Old Belfair Hwy; S on Old Belfair Hwy to SR 3 at the town of Belfair; S on SR 3 to North Bay at the town of Allyn; N along the west shore of North Bay; S along the east shore of North Bay to Pierce-Mason county line at Case Inlet; SE along the Pierce-Mason county line through Case Inlet to the Mason-Thurston county line; W along the Mason-Thurston county line through Dana Passage, Squaxin Passage, and Totten Inlet to US Hwy 101 at Oyster Bay; N on US Hwy 101 Finch Creek at the town of Hoodsport; E from Finch Creek across Hood Canal to Cougar Spit on the east shore of the Hood Canal; N from Cougar Spit along the east shore of Hood Canal to the mouth of Anderson Creek and the point of beginning.


GMU 636-SKOKOMISH (Grays Harbor and Mason counties):

Beginning on the Olympic Park boundary and the North Fork Skokomish River; S along the North Fork Skokomish River to Lake Cushman; SE along the west shore of Lake Cushman to Standstill Dr (Power Dam Rd) at the Upper Cushman Dam; E on the Standstill Dr to SR 119; SE on Lake Cushman Rd to US Hwy 101 at the town of Hoodsport; S on US Hwy 101 to the Shelton-Matlock Rd at the town of Shelton; W on the Shelton-Matlock Rd to the Matlock-Brady Rd; S on the Matlock-Brady Rd to Deckerville Rd south of the town of Matlock; W on Deckerville Rd to Boundary Rd (Middle Satsop Rd); W and S on Boundary Rd (Middle Satsop Rd) to Kelly Rd; N on Kelly Rd to US Forest Service Rd 2368 (Simpson Timber 500 line); N on US Forest Service Rd 2368 (Simpson Timber 500 line) to US Forest Service Rd 2260 (Simpson Timber 600 line); W on US Forest Service Rd 2260 (Simpson Timber 600 line) to Wynoochee Rd (US Forest Service Rd 22); NW and W on US Forest Service Rd 22 (Wynoochee Rd) to US Forest Service Rd 2294, 1/4 mile east of Big Creek; NW on US Forest Service Rd 2294 which parallels Big Creek, to junction with US Forest Service Rd 2281; W on US Forest Service Rd 2281, to the watershed divide between the Humptulips River watershed and the Wynoochee River watershed; N on the ridge between the Humptulips River watershed and Wynoochee River watershed to Olympic National Park boundary; E along the Olympic National Park boundary to the north fork of the Skokomish River and the point of beginning.


GMU 638-QUINAULT RIDGE (Grays Harbor and Jefferson counties):

Beginning on the Olympic National Park boundary and the Quinault Indian reservation boundary at the northwest corner of Lake Quinault; NE along the west shore of Lake Quinault to the Quinault River; NE on the Olympic National Park boundary, along the Quinault River, to the Olympic National Park boundary west of Bunch Creek; S and NE on the Olympic National Park boundary to the ridge between the Wynoochee River watershed and Humptulips River watershed; S along the ridge between the Humptulips River watershed and the Wynoochee River watershed to its intersection with US Forest Service Rd 2281; E along US Forest Service Rd 2281 to US Forest Service Rd 2294; SE on US Forest Service Rd 2294, paralleling Big Creek, to US Forest Service Rd 22 (Donkey Creek Rd); W on the US Forest Service Rd 22 (Donkey Creek Rd) to US Hwy 101; N on US Hwy 101 to the Quinault Indian reservation boundary; NE on the reservation boundary to Lake Quinault; NW along the south shore of Lake Quinault to the Olympic National Park boundary and the point of beginning.


GMU 642-COPALIS (Grays Harbor County):

Beginning at the Quinault Indian reservation and US Hwy 101 south of Lake Quinault; S on US Hwy 101 to the Hoquiam River in the city of Hoquiam; S along the Hoquiam River to the north shore of Grays Harbor; W along the north shore of Grays Harbor to the Pacific Ocean; N along the shore of the Pacific Ocean to the Quinault Indian reservation boundary; E and NE along the Quinault Indian reservation to US Hwy 101 south of Lake Quinault and the point of beginning.


GMU 648-WYNOOCHEE (Grays Harbor County):

Beginning at the junction of US Hwy 101 and the Donkey Creek Rd; NE along the Donkey Creek Rd (US Forest Service Rd 22) to its junction with the Donkey Creek-Grisdale Rd; continuing E on this road (US Forest Service Rd 22) to Camp Grisdale (south of Wynoochee Lake); S along the Wynoochee Rd (US Forest Service Rd 22) to US Forest Service Rd 2260 (Simpson Timber 600 line); E on US Forest Service Rd 2260 (Simpson Timber 600 line) to US Forest Service Rd 2368 (Simpson Timber 500 line); S on US Forest Service Rd 2368 (Simpson Timber 500 line) to Kelly Rd; S on Kelly Rd to Boundary Rd (Middle Satsop Rd); S on Boundary Rd (Middle Satsop Rd) to Cougar Smith Rd; W on Cougar Smith Rd to the west fork of the Satsop River; S down the west fork Satsop River to the Satsop River; S down the Satsop River to US Hwy 12; W along US Hwy 12 to its junction with US Hwy 101 in the town of Aberdeen; SE along US Hwy 101 to the north shore of the Chehalis River; W along the north shore of the Chehalis River to the north shore of Grays Harbor; W along the north shore of Grays Harbor to the mouth of the Hoquiam River; N up the Hoquiam River to US Hwy 101; W and N along US Hwy 101 to its junction with the Donkey Creek Rd (US Forest Service Rd 22) and the point of beginning. INCLUDES Rennie Island.


GMU 651-SATSOP (Grays Harbor, Mason and Thurston counties):

Beginning at the US Hwy 12 bridge on the Satsop River; N up the Satsop River to its junction with the west fork of the Satsop River; N up the west fork of the Satsop River to Cougar Smith Rd; E on Cougar Smith Rd to Boundary Rd (Middle Satsop Rd); N and E on Boundary Rd (Middle Satsop Rd) to Deckerville Rd; E on Deckerville Rd to Matlock-Brady Rd; N on Matlock-Brady Rd to the town of Matlock; E on Shelton-Matlock Rd to its junction with US Hwy 101 west of the town of Shelton; S on US Hwy 101 to its junction with SR 8; W on SR 8 to its junction with US Hwy 12; W along US Hwy 12 to bridge over the Satsop River and the point of beginning.


GMU 652-PUYALLUP (Pierce and King counties):

Beginning at Redondo Junction on the shore of Puget Sound and Redondo Way South; SE on Redondo Way South to SR 509; E on SR 509 to Pacific Hwy South (Old Hwy 99) (SR 99); S on Pacific Hwy South to SR 18 at the city of Auburn; E on SR 18 to SR 164; SE on SR 164 to SR 410 (Chinook Pass Hwy) at the town of Enumclaw; E on SR 410 to the second set of power transmission lines near the Mud Mountain Dam Rd; SW on the power transmission lines to the White River; NW along the White River to the Campbell Group ownership line (Kapowsin Tree Farm) (along west line of Section 6, T19N, R7E); W and S along the Campbell Group ownership line (Kapowsin Tree Farm) to South Prairie Creek (Section 14, T19N, R6E); S up South Prairie Creek to the first intersection with a power transmission line; SW on this power transmission line to Orville Rd East at the Puyallup River; S on Orville Rd East to SR 161; S on SR 161 to the Mashel River; down the Mashel River to the Nisqually River (Pierce-Thurston county line); NW along the Nisqually River, which is the Pierce-Thurston county line, to the Nisqually Reach in the Puget Sound; NW along the Thurston-Pierce county line in the Nisqually Reach to a point on the Thurston-Pierce county line southeast of Drayton Passage Channel; NE through Drayton Passage and Pitt Passage to Carr Inlet; E and S around McNeil Island to a point southwest of the Tacoma Narrows (including McNeil, Gertrude, Anderson and Ketron Islands); NE through the Tacoma Narrows to a point on the Pierce-King county line northeast of the main channel of the Tacoma Narrows; E on the Pierce-King county line to the point where the county line turns southeast, northwest of Dash Point; E to Redondo Junction on the eastern shore of the Puget Sound and the point of beginning; except Private Lands Wildlife Management Area 401 (Campbell Group) (Kapowsin Tree Farm).


GMU 653-WHITE RIVER (King and Pierce counties):

Beginning at the lookout station at Grass Mountain mainline (US Forest Service Rd 7110) and the city of Tacoma Green River Watershed boundary; E on the Green River Watershed boundary to US Forest Service Rd 7032; E along US Forest Service Rd 7032 to US Forest Service Rd 7030; SE along US Forest Service Rd 7030 to Forest Service Rd 7036; SE along US Forest Service Rd 7036 to US Forest Service Rd 7038; SE on US Forest Service Rd 7038 to US Forest Service Trail 2000 (Pacific Crest Trail) at its closest point to US Forest Service Rd 7038 near Windy Gap north of Pyramid Peak; S on the (US Forest Service Trail 2000) Pacific Crest Trail to the Mount Rainier National Park boundary at Chinook Pass; N and W on the Mount Rainier National Park boundary to the Carbon River; NW down the Carbon River to the power transmission line; NE along the power transmission line to South Prairie Creek; N along South Prairie Creek to intersection with Campbell Group ownership line (Kapowsin Tree Farm) (Section 14, T19N, R6E); E and N along Campbell Group ownership line (Kapowsin Tree Farm) to the White River (along west line of Section 6, T19N, R7E); SE along the White River to the power transmission lines on the north side of the White River near Mud Mountain Dam Rd; NE on the power transmission lines to SR 410; E on SR 410 to US Forest Service Rd 7110; N on US Forest Service Rd 7110 to the city of Tacoma Green River Watershed and the point of beginning, except Private Lands Wildlife Management Area 401 (Campbell Group) (Kapowsin Tree Farm).


GMU 654-MASHEL (Pierce County):

Beginning at the power transmission line at the Puyallup River Bridge on Orville Rd East; NE on the power transmission line to the Carbon River; SE along the Carbon River to the west boundary of Mt. Rainier National Park; S on the Mt. Rainier National Park boundary to the Nisqually River; W down the Nisqually River to the mouth of the Mashel River; N up the Mashel River to the SR 161 bridge (Eatonville-LaGrande Rd); N on SR 161 through Eatonville to Orville Rd East (Kapowsin-Eatonville Rd); N on Orville Rd East to the Puyallup River bridge and the point of beginning, except Private Lands Wildlife Management Area 401 (Campbell Group) (Kapowsin Tree Farm).


GMU 658-NORTH RIVER (Grays Harbor and Pacific counties):

Beginning at the Pacific Ocean and the south shore of Grays Harbor at the Westport Jetty; E along the south shore of Grays Harbor to the mouth of the Chehalis River at the town of Aberdeen; E up the Chehalis River to the US Hwy 101 bridge and US Hwy 101; S on US Hwy 101 to the Willapa River at the town of Raymond; W down the Willapa River to Willapa Bay; W along the north shore of Willapa Bay to the Pacific Ocean; N along the Pacific Ocean to the south shore of Grays Harbor at the Westport Jetty and the point of beginning.


GMU 660-MINOT PEAK (Grays Harbor and Pacific counties):

Beginning at the intersection of US Hwy 12 and US Hwy 101 at the town of Aberdeen; E and S on US Hwy 12 to North State St at the town of Oakville; S on North State St to South Bank Rd; W on South Bank Rd to Garrard Creek Rd; SW on Garrard Creek Rd to Oakville-Brooklyn Rd; W on Oakville-Brooklyn Rd to North River Valley Rd; W on North River Valley Rd to Smith Creek Rd; W on Smith Creek Rd to US Hwy 101; N on US Hwy 101 to US Hwy 12 at the town of Aberdeen and the point of beginning.


GMU 663-CAPITOL PEAK (Grays Harbor and Thurston counties):

Beginning at US Hwy 12 and SR 8 at the town of Elma; E on SR 8 to US Hwy 101; E on US Hwy 101 to Delphi Rd SW; S on Delphi Road SW to 110th Ave SW; E on 110th Ave SW to Littlerock Rd; S on Littlerock Rd to US Hwy 12; NW on US Hwy 12 to SR 8 at the town of Elma and the point of beginning.


GMU 666-DESCHUTES (Thurston County):

Beginning on US Hwy 101 at the Mason-Thurston county line southeast of Oyster Bay; NE on the Mason-Thurston county line, through Totten Inlet, Squaxin Passage and Dana Passage, to the Pierce-Thurston county line in the Nisqually Reach; SE through the Nisqually Reach along the Pierce-Thurston county line to the mouth of the Nisqually River; SE on the Nisqually River to SR 507; SW on SR 507 to Old Hwy 99 SE (SR 99) at the town of Tenino; SW on Old Hwy 99 SE (SR 99) to I-5; W on SR 12 to Littlerock Rd; N on the Littlerock Rd to 110th Ave SW; W on 110th Ave SW to Delphi Rd SW; N on Delphi Rd SW to US Hwy 101; NW on US Hwy 101 to the Mason-Thurston county line southeast of Oyster Bay and the point of beginning.


GMU 667-SKOOKUMCHUCK (Thurston and Lewis counties):

Beginning at the SR 507 bridge on the Nisqually River; SE up the Nisqually River (Pierce-Thurston county line) SR 7 bridge at the town of Elbe on Alder Lake; S on SR 7 to SR 508 at the town of Morton; W on SR 508 to the Centralia-Alpha Rd; W and N on the Centralia-Alpha Rd to Salzer Valley Rd; W on Salzer Valley Rd to Summa St at the town of Centralia; W on Summa St to Kresky Rd; N on Kresky Rd to Tower St; N on Tower St to SR 507; W on SR 507 (Cherry St, Alder St, and Mellen St) to I-5; N on I-5 to Old Hwy 99 SE (SR 99); NE on Old Hwy 99 SE (SR 99) to SR 507; NE on SR 507 to the Nisqually River bridge and the point of beginning.


GMU 672-FALL RIVER (Pacific, Lewis and Grays Harbor counties):

Beginning at the intersection of US Hwy 101 and SR 6 at the town of Raymond; N on US Hwy 101 to Smith Creek Rd; NE on Smith Creek Rd to North River Valley Rd; E on North River Valley Rd to Oakville-Brooklyn Rd; E on the Oakville-Brooklyn Rd to Garrard Creek Rd; S on Garrard Creek Rd to Weyerhaeuser C line at mile post 5; W on the Weyerhaeuser C line to Weyerhaeuser 723 line; S on the Weyerhaeuser 723 line to the Weyerhaeuser 720 line; W on the Weyerhaeuser 720 line to Weyerhaeuser 7800 F line; S on Weyerhaeuser 7800 F line to Weyerhaeuser 7800 line; S and SE on Weyerhaeuser 7800 line to Weyerhaeuser 7000 line; SW on Weyerhaeuser 7000 line to Weyerhaeuser 7050 line; S on Weyerhaeuser 7050 line to Weyerhaeuser 7400 line; S and E on Weyerhaeuser 7400 line to Weyerhaeuser 7000 line; E on the Weyerhaeuser 7000 line to Elk Creek Rd; E on Elk Creek Rd to Stevens Rd at the town of Doty; E on Stevens Rd to SR 6; S, W and NW on SR 6 to US Hwy 101 at the town of Raymond and the point of beginning.


GMU 673-WILLIAMS CREEK (Pacific County):

Beginning at US Hwy 101 bridge crossing the Willapa River at the town of Raymond; S on US Hwy 101 to SR 6; SE on SR 6 to the Trap Creek A line; S and W on the Trap Creek A line to power transmission lines; S and SW on the power transmission lines to Weyerhaeuser 5800 line (Section 22, T11N, R8W); SW along the Weyerhaeuser 5800 line to Weyerhaeuser 5000 line (Deep River main line); SW on the Weyerhaeuser 5000 line (Deep River main line) to the Salmon Creek Rd; SW along the Salmon Creek Rd to SR 4; W on SR 4 to US Hwy 101 at Johnson's Landing; W on US Hwy 101 to the Naselle River bridge; W down the Naselle River to Willapa Bay; N along the east shore of Willapa Bay to the Willapa River; SE and NE up the Willapa River to the US Hwy 101 bridge and the point of beginning.


GMU 681-BEAR RIVER (Pacific and Wahkiakum counties):

Beginning at the US Hwy 101 bridge at the Naselle River; E on US Hwy 101 to SR 4; SE on SR 4 to Deep River bridge; S down the Deep River to the Columbia River; W along the shore of the Columbia River to the mouth of the Wallacut River (including all islands in the Columbia both north of the Washington-Oregon state line and between the Deep River and the Wallacut River); N up the Wallacut River to US Hwy 101; NW on US Hwy 101 to alternate US Hwy 101, north of the Ilwaco Airport; N on alternate US Hwy 101 to US Hwy 101; E and NE on US Hwy 101 to Bear River; N down Bear River to Willapa Bay; N along the eastern shore of Willapa Bay to the mouth of the Naselle River; SE up the Naselle River to the US Hwy 101 bridge and the point of beginning.


GMU 684-LONG BEACH (Pacific County):

Beginning at the mouth of Bear River on Willapa Bay; S up Bear River to US Hwy 101; W and SW on US Hwy 101 to alternate US Hwy 101 north of the Ilwaco Airport; S on alternate US Hwy 101 to US Hwy 101; W on US Hwy 101 to the Wallacut River; S along the Wallacut River to the Columbia River; W down the Columbia River to its mouth on the Pacific Ocean (including all islands in the Columbia River both north of the Washington-Oregon state line and between the Wallacut River and the mouth of the Columbia River); N, E, S, and E along the shoreline of the Long Beach peninsula to Bear River and the point of beginning.


GMU 699-LONG ISLAND (Pacific County):

Includes all of Long Island.

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REPEALER

     The following sections of the Washington Administrative Code are repealed:
WAC 232-28-02201 Game management units (GMUs) -- Special game areas -- Boundary descriptions -- Region one.
WAC 232-28-02202 Game management units (GMUs) -- Special game areas -- Boundary descriptions -- Region two.
WAC 232-28-02203 Game management units (GMUs) -- Special game areas -- Boundary descriptions -- Region three.
WAC 232-28-02204 Game management units (GMUs) -- Special game areas -- Boundary descriptions -- Region four.
WAC 232-28-02205 Game management units (GMUs) -- Special game areas -- Boundary descriptions -- Region five.
WAC 232-28-02206 Game management units (GMUs) -- Special game areas -- Boundary descriptions -- Region six.
WAC 232-28-02280 Game management units (GMUs) -- Special game areas -- Boundary descriptions -- Cougar areas.

Washington State Code Reviser's Office