NEWS RELEASE: Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife
Contact: Sgt. Eric Anderson (360) 902-2426 or Allen Pleus (360) 902-2724
OLYMPIA—People hauling boats to and from Washington waterways this summer may be stopped by Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) officers conducting mandatory checks of ... Details
Beginning September 1, boat owners are eligible to store their vessels in a fenced-in, secure area available through May 1 of next year. The low rate of $5.08/ft. per month including tax is offered, and boats on trailers up to 32 feet are welcome. An 18-foot minimum is required for month to month payment.
For availa... Details
While we have always considered Kingston a way-point in transit to the San Juans, our stay this time has changed our impression. After our water pump sprung a leak we found ourselves stranded in Kingston until we could get help. We ended up spending an extra night. Meanwhile, much to our pleasure and surprise we discov... Details
Last fall the Longbranch people didn’t know what they were going to do. The County had condemned the concrete wharf that provided access to the Longbranch docks, which pretty well cut them off from shore.
The old wharf is gone now, replaced by a 6-foot-wide metal structure. It’s not as imposing as the former con... Details