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Initials KAG born in 1975. Aubrey M Funyufunyu. September 7, 2019 at 1:10 AM. That’s a mind game. I think we all have been there at least once. Many military units use Kim’s game which some have nicnamed “Keep In Mind System. The name for the game is a backronym, chosen because the initials of the words spell “KIMS” (as in “Kim’s Game”). It is staged as depicted in the photo above. You start simple but then get into more and more items.

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January - February 2018

  • Coastal recreational bottomfish and halibut rules
    The purpose of this rule change is to adopt Washington Administrative Code for coastal recreational bottomfish and halibut fisheries that are consistent with regulations adopted by the Pacific Fishery Management Council (PFMC).
    • CR-105 – filed as WSR 18-14-116 on July 5, 2018
      Notice and opportunity to comment on this current expedited rule-making proposal
    • CR-103– filed as WSR 18-23-070 on November 16, 2018
      Notice of rule changes as adopted
    • See also:Concise Explanatory Statement: Amending Recreational Bottomfish and Halibut Rules.
  • Amending Coastal Recreational Dungeness Crab Rules
    Rule changes relative to coastal recreational crab fishing are necessary to provide recreational fishing opportunity that does not conflict with the opening of the commercial fishery.
    • CR-101 – filed as WSR 18-12-038 on May 29, 2018
      Invitation to discuss rules on this subject
    • CR-102 – filed as WSR 18-16-011 on July 23, 2018
      Notice and opportunity to comment on this current rule-making proposal
    • CR-103 – filed as WSR 18-22-010 on October 25, 2018
      Notice of rule changes as adopted
    • See also:Concise Explanatory Statement: Amending Recreational Crab Rules.
  • Amend and update regulations pertaining to Catch Record Cards
    The department needs to update rules pertaining to Catch Record Cards based on passage of Engrossed Substitute Senate Bill 6127 during the 2018 legislative session. Furthermore, the department would like to update rules to offer more options for Catch Record Card reporting and to clarify details regarding license documents.
    • CR-105 – filed as WSR 18-15-068 on July 17, 2018
      Notice and opportunity to comment on this current expedited rule-making proposal
    • CR-101 – filed as WSR 18-11-006 on May 2, 2018
      Invitation to discuss rules on this subject
    • CR-102 – filed as WSR 18-16-114 on August 1, 2018
      Notice and opportunity to comment on this current rule-making proposal
    • Supplemental CR-102 – filed as WSR 18-17-179 on August 22, 2018
      Notice and opportunity to comment on this current rule-making proposal
    • CR-103 – filed as WSR 18-21-059 on October 9, 2018
      See also:Concise Explanatory Statement: Reporting Changes to Catch Record Cards.
  • Disabled Veteran Donation Program
    Creating WAC 220-220-250 to define the license products available under resident disabled veteran donation program.
    • CR-105 – filed as WSR 18-15-085 on July 18, 2018
      Notice and opportunity to comment on this current expedited rule-making proposal
    • CR-103 – filed as WSR 18-20-022 on September 24, 2018
      Notice of rule changes as adopted
    • See also:Disabled Veteran Donation Program.
  • Amending and adding rules relating to Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) in WAC chapter 220-640
    Updating terms to existing rules and adding rules to WAC chapter 220-640 based on changes from ESSB 6040 passed during the 2014 legislative session.
    • CR-105 – filed as WSR 18-11-131 on May 23, 2018
      Notice and opportunity to comment on this current expedited rule-making proposal
    • CR-105 – filed as WSR 18-15-048 on July 13, 2018
      Notice and opportunity to comment on this current expedited rule-making proposal
    • CR-103 – filed as WSR 18-19-103 filed September 19, 2018
      Notice of rule changes as adopted
    • See also:Concise Explanatory Statement: Aquatic Nuisance Species.
  • Reducing the spread of hoof disease
    The department is considering rule changes related to reducing the spread of hoof disease-Unlawful transport of elk hooves.
    • CR-101 – filed as WSR 18-12-095 on June 5, 2018
      Invitation to discuss rules on this subject
    • CR-102 – filed as WSR 18-16-006 on July 20, 2018
      Notice and opportunity to comment on this current rule-making proposal
    • CR-103 – filed as WSR 18-19-069
      Notice of rule changes as adopted
    • See also:Concise Explanatory Statement: Reduce the spread of hoof disease - unlawful transport of elk hooves.
  • Amendments of WAC 220-220-320 - Recreational license dealer's fees.
    Amend WAC 220-220-320 to include a two dollar dealer fee for the issuance of an aquatic invasive species permit per Senate Bill 5303.
    • CR-105 – filed as WSR 18-12-107 on June 6, 2018
      Notice and opportunity to comment on this current expedited rule-making proposal
    • CR-103 – filed as WSR 18-19-021 on September 11, 2018
      Notice of rule changes as adopted
    • See also:Concise Explanatory Statement: Dealer's Fees
  • Live wildlife – Taking from the wild, importation, possession, transfer, and holding in captivity
    The Department of Fish and Wildlife is amending WAC 220-450-030 to include previously omitted language.
    • CR-105 – filed as WSR 18-14-010 on June 22, 2018
      Notice and opportunity to comment on this current expedited rule-making proposal
    • CR-103 – filed as WSR 18-19-011 on September 07, 2018
      Notice of rule changes as adopted
    • See also: Concise Explanatory Statement: Live wildlife – Taking from the wild, importation, possession, transfer, and holding in captivity
  • Combined fish guide license
    The Department of Fish and Wildlife will update WAC 220-351-080; this WAC includes fees for the combination guide license that are no longer valid for license year 2019. These fees were updated in Senate Bill 6317 effective January 1, 2019.
    • CR-105 – filed as WSR 18-13-010 on June 6, 2018
      Notice and opportunity to comment on this current expedited rule-making proposal
    • CR-103 filed as WSR 18-19-004 on September 7, 2018
      Notice of rule changes as adopted
    • See also:Concise Explanatory Statement: WAC 220-351-080 Combined Fish Guide License Fees
  • Puget Sound Salmon Management and Catch Reporting Areas and Closed Areas
    The department seeks to update the current fish area boundaries described in WACs 220-301-030 and 220-354-080 for Puget Sound Salmon fishing. Currently, physical markers listed in regulations are no longer present and need to be removed from the descriptions and the overall boundary descriptions need to be updated.
    • CR-105 – filed as WSR 18-13-115 on June 20, 2018
      Notice and opportunity to comment on this current expedited rule-making proposal
    • CR-103 Filed as WSR 18-18-078 on September 4, 2018
      Notice of rule changes as adopted
    • See also:Concise Explanatory Statement: WAC 220-301-030 and WAC 220-354-080
  • Game management units (GMUs) boundary descriptions – Region one. Elk area descriptions
    The purpose of this rule change is to align boundary descriptions from WAC 220-410-010. Game Management Unit 175-Lick Creek (Garfield and Asotin county) boundary description requires Back Road to be changed to Parsons Road to align with the county road name change.
    • CR-105 – filed as WSR 18-14-050 on June 28, 2018
      Notice and opportunity to comment on this current expedited rule-making proposal
    • CR-103 filed as WSR 18-19-001 on Sept 05, 2018
      Notice of rule changes as adopted
    • See also:Concise Explanatory Statement: WAC 220-410-010 and WAC 220-415-040
  • Periodic Status Reviews: Columbian Sharp-tailed Grouse and Sea Otter
    The department is conducting periodic status reviews for species currently listed as sensitive, threatened, or endangered.
    • CR-101 – filed as WSR 16-13-044 on June 8, 2016
      Invitation to discuss rules on this subject
    • CR-102 – filed as WSR 18-10-109 on May 2, 2018
      Notice and opportunity to comment on this current rule-making proposal
    • CR-103 – filed as WSR 18-17-153 on August 21, 2018
      Notice of rule changes as adopted
      See also:Concise Explanatory Statement: PSR Columbian Sharp-tailed Grouse and Sea Otter
  • 2018 North of Falcon Rules – Coastal Commercial Salmon Fisheries: Grays Harbor
    The Department is considering changes to WDFW's coastal commercial salmon fishing rules, resulting from North of Falcon recommendations. Coastal commercial salmon fishing rules are based on North of Falcon recommendations that change from year to year to reflect resource availability and to achieve conservation goals. Amendments to coastal commercial salmon fishing rules are needed to implement the agreed-upon changes.
    • CR-101 – filed as WSR 18-03-129 on January 19, 2018
      Invitation to discuss rules on this subject
    • CR-102 – filed as WSR 18-13-110 on June 20, 2018
      Notice and opportunity to comment on this current rule-making proposal
    • CR-103–filed as WSR 18-17-071 on August 10, 2018
      Notice of rule changes as adopted
    • Audio: August 1, 2018 Public Hearing Part 1 / Part 2
    • See also: Concise Explanatory Statement: Grays Harbor Commercial Salmon Regulations for 2018
    • Consolidated rule file
  • Amending and adding rules relating to Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) in WAC chapter 220-640
    During the 2014 legislative session, the legislature made substantial changes to the laws concerning Invasive Species and enacted RCW chapter 77.135 (Invasive Species). The department needs to amend and add to its current rules concerning Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) contained in WAC chapter 220-640 to reflect these statutory changes.
    • CR-105 – filed as WSR 17-22-134 on November 1, 2017
      Notice and opportunity to comment on this current expedited rule-making proposal
    • CR-103 – filed as WSR 18-06-006 on February 22, 2018
      Notice of rule changes as adopted
    • CR-103 – filed as WSR 18-16-042 filed on July 25, 2018
      Updating terms to existing rules and adding rules to WAC chapter 220-640 based on changes from ESSB 6040 passed during the 2014 legislative session.
    • See also: Concise Explanatory Statement: Amending and adding rules relating to Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) in WAC chapter 220-640
  • Hunting and fishing rules that apply to individuals with disabilities
    The department is creating new and amending existing hunting and fishing rules that apply to individuals with disabilities.
    • CR-101 – filed as WSR 17-23-044 on November 8, 2017
      Invitation to discuss rules on this subject
    • CR-102 – filed as WSR 18-06-084 on March 6, 2018
      Notice and opportunity to comment on this rule-making proposal
    • CR-103 – filed as WSR 18-16-074 on July 30, 2018
      The department is creating new and amending existing hunting and fishing rules that apply to individuals with disabilities.
    • See also: Concise Explanatory Statement: Hunting and fishing rules that apply to individuals with disabilities
Initials
  • 2018 North of Falcon Rules – Coastal Commercial Salmon Fisheries
    The Department is considering changes to WDFW's coastal commercial salmon fishing rules, resulting from North of Falcon recommendations. Coastal commercial salmon fishing rules are based on North of Falcon recommendations that change from year to year to reflect resource availability and to achieve conservation goals. Amendments to coastal commercial salmon fishing rules are needed to implement the agreed-upon changes.
    • CR-101 – filed as WSR 18-03-129 on January 19, 2018
      Invitation to discuss rules on this subject
    • CR-102 – filed as WSR 18-11-041 on May 9, 2018
      Notice and opportunity to comment on this current rule-making proposal
    • CR-103 – filed as WSR 18-15-070 on July 17, 2018
      Notice of rule changes as adopted
    • Audio: July 10, 2018 Public Hearing
    • See also:Concise Explanatory Statement: 2018 Willapa Bay Commercial Salmon Regulations
    • Consolidated rule file
  • 2018 North of Falcon Rulemaking – Recreational Fishing Rules
    The department is considering amending current recreational fishing rules resulting from stakeholder recommendations made during North of Falcon meetings and to incorporate changes in the rules brought about from the department's Freshwater Recreational Rule Simplification Project.
    • CR-101 – filed as WSR 18-03-109 on January 18, 2018
      Invitation to discuss rules on this subject
    • CR-102 – filed as WSR 18-12-120 on June 6, 2018
      Notice and opportunity to comment on this current rule-making proposal
    • CR-103 – filed as WSR 18-15-065 on July 16, 2018
      Notice of rule changes as adopted
    • Audio:
    • See also:Concise Explanatory Statement: Recreational Salmon Regulations for 2018
    • Consolidated rule file
  • Possession and delivery of Canadian-origin food fish and shellfish
    The department needs to clarify the process for anglers who catch Canadian-based food fish and shellfish and land their catch in Washington state ports. The proposed change to the rule will make it easier for anglers to obtain a valid Canadian custom clearance number.
    • CR-101 – filed as WSR 17-07-016 on March 6, 2017
      Invitation to discuss rules on this subject
    • CR-102 – filed as WSR 18-10-104 on May 2, 2018
      Notice and opportunity to comment on this current rule-making proposal
    • CR-103 – filed as WSR 18-15-047 on July 13, 2018
      Notice of rule changes as adopted
    • See also:Concise Explanatory Statement: Possession and delivery of Canadian-origin food fish and shellfish
  • 2018 North of Falcon Rules – Puget Sound Commercial Salmon Fishery
    The Department is considering Changes to Puget Sound commercial salmon fishing rules, resulting from North of Falcon recommendations. Puget Sound commercial salmon fishing rules are based on North of Falcon recommendations that change from year to year to reflect resource availability and to achieve conservation goals. Rule amendments to Puget Sound commercial salmon fishing rules are needed to implement the agreed-upon changes.
    • CR-101 – filed as WSR 18-01-004 on December 6, 2017
      Invitation to discuss rules on this subject
    • CR-102 – filed as WSR 18-06-091 on March 6, 2018
      Notice and opportunity to comment on this current rule-making proposal
    • CR-103 – filed as WSR 18-14-013 on June 22, 2018
      Notice of rule changes as adopted
    • Audio: April 10, 2018 Public Hearing - Part 1 / Part 2
    • See also:Concise Explanatory Statement: Puget Sound Commercial Salmon Regulations for 2018
    • Consolidated rule file
  • 2018 Recreational Clam and Oyster Seasons
    The department must annually amend recreational clam and oyster season rules on some public tidelands in response to shellfish population changes, shifts in recreational effort, conservation issues, and negotiations with treaty tribes and other state agencies. Such amendments are designed to perpetuate shellfish resources while maximizing recreational harvest opportunity.
    • CR-101 – filed as WSR 17-19-096 on September 19, 2017
      Invitation to discuss rules on this subject
    • CR-102 – filed as WSR 18-07-114 on March 21, 2018
      Notice and opportunity to comment on this current rule-making proposal
    • CR-103 – filed as WSR 18-11-077 on May 17, 2018
      Notice of rule changes as adopted
    • See also:Concise Explanatory Statement: Recreational Clam and Oyster Seasons
  • Hunting Seasons: 3-year Package
    The Department is considering rule making for the following: deer and elk seasons and permits; cougar seasons and regulations; black bear seasons and regulations; mountain goat, bighorn sheep, and moose seasons, permits, and regulations; bighorn sheep marking requirements; wildlife management and wildlife interactions; game bird regulations; small game seasons; game farms and shooting preserves; trapping; landowner hunting permit program; deer and elk area boundaries; game management units, special closures and firearm restriction areas; unlawful methods for hunting; hunting equipment rules; special hunting season permits; hunters with disabilities; general recreational licensing rules; general rules; and other hunting regulations.
    • CR-101 – filed as WSR 17-24-106 on December 6, 2017
      Invitation to discuss rules on this subject
    • CR-102 – filed as WSR 18-03-177 on January 24, 2018
      Notice and opportunity to comment on this rule-making proposal
    • WITHDRAWL - Game Management Units (GMUs) Boundary Descriptions-Region 4: Withdrawal Notice for WAC 220-410-040 filed under WSR 18-05-062 on February 15, 2018.
    • WITHDRAWL - Public Safety Cougar Removal: Withdrawal Notice for WAC 220-440-030 filed under WSR 18-06-079 on March 6, 2018.
    • CR-103 – filed as WSR 18-11-061 on May 11, 2018
      Notice of rule changes as adopted.
    • See also:Concise Explanatory Statement: Hunting Seasons
  • Electronic Fish Receiving Tickets
    The Department is considering allowing commercial purchasers and receivers to use electronic fish tickets even if the purchasers and receivers do not participate in the Pacific Coast Groundfish Shoreside Individual Fishing Quota Program.
    • CR-101 – filed as WSR 13-11-122 on May 21, 2013
      Invitation to discuss rules on this subject
    • CR-102 – filed as WSR 18-06-088 on March 6, 2018
      Notice and opportunity to comment on this current rule-making proposal
    • CR-103 – filed as WSR 18-11-052 on May 10, 2018
      Notice of rule changes as adopted
    • See also:Concise Explanatory Statement: Fish Receiving Tickets
  • Clarifies the limits of keeping salmon for personal use during an open commercial fishery
    The department needs to adopt a permanent rule to clarify the limits around keeping salmon for personal use during an open commercial salmon fishery. This rule will allow commercial fishermen to take home a daily limit of three salmon for personal use during commercial salmon fishing activity.
    • CR-101 – filed as WSR 17-17-083 on August 16, 2017
      Invitation to discuss rules on this subject
    • CR-102 – filed as WSR 18-01-095 on December 18, 2017
      Notice and opportunity to comment on this current rule-making proposal
    • CR-103 – filed as WSR 18-11-022 on May 4, 2018
      Notice of rule changes as adopted
    • See also:Concise Explanatory Statement: Personal Use Salmon during an Open Commercial Fishery
  • Amendments to Hydraulic Code Rules
    These rules regulate aspects of construction projects in state waters for the protection of fish life. Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife's general goal in this rulemaking is to incorporate statutory changes, accommodate other changed conditions to protect fish life, or respond to requests by customers and other interested parties for improved clarity.
    • CR-101 – filed as WSR 17-20-109 on October 4, 2017
      Invitation to discuss rules on this subject
    • CR-102 – filed as WSR 18-03-145 on January 22, 2018
      Notice and opportunity to comment on this current rule-making proposal
    • CR-103– filed as WSR 18-10-054 on April 27, 2018
      Notice of rule changes as adopted
    • See also: Concise Explanatory Statement: 2018 Hydraulic Code Rule Amendments
      Final Regulatory Analyses
      Implementation Plan

  • Geoduck Divers Licenses
    WAC 220-340-070 needs clarification regarding the application process and how the Department would issue any remaining Geoduck Divers Licenses for any of the 77 licenses that are not renewed by December 31st.
    • CR-101 – filed as WSR 17-13-085 on June 17, 2017
      Invitation to discuss rules on this subject
    • CR-102 – filed as WSR 17-17-106 on August 18, 2017
      Notice and opportunity to comment on this current rule-making proposal
    • Supplemental CR-102 - filed as WSR 18-03-142 on January 22, 2018
      Notice and opportunity to comment on this current rule-making proposal
    • CR-103 – filed as WSR 18-09-058 on April 16, 2018
      Notice of rule changes as adopted
    • See also:Concise Explanatory Statement: Geoduck Diver License Application and Issuance Process
  • Updating the term Wholesale Fish Dealer to Wholesale Fish Buyer in WAC 220-360-140
    Due to a clerical error, this rule amendment did not get published in the most recent version of the Washington State Register. This amendment was adopted by the Fish and Wildlife Commission on October 27, 2017.
    • CR-105 – filed as WSR 17-22-131 on November 1, 2017
      Notice and opportunity to comment on this current expedited rule-making proposal
    • CR-103 – filed as WSR 18-08-058 on March 30, 2018
      Notice of rule changes as adopted
    • See also:Concise Explanatory Statement: Updating the term Wholesale Fish Dealer to Wholesale Fish Buyer in WAC 220-360-140
  • Concerning License Fees
    The department needs to amend WAC 220-351-080; this WAC includes fees for the combination guide license that are no longer valid for license year 2018. These fees were updated in House Bill 1597 effective January 1, 2018.
    • CR-105 – filed as WSR 18-03-148 on January 22, 2018
      Notice and opportunity to comment on this current expedited rule-making proposal
    • CR-103 – filed as WSR 18-08-057 on March 30, 2018
      Notice of rule changes as adopted
    • See also:Concise Explanatory Statement: Combined Fish Guide License Fees
  • Ballast Water: Correction of internal WAC references and department contact information
    The purpose of this proposal is to revise internal WAC references and incorrect department contact information in current sections of WAC chapter 220-650.
    • CR-105 – filed as WSR 18-01-092 on December 18, 2017
      Notice and opportunity to comment on this current expedited rule-making proposal
    • CR-103 – filed as WSR 18-08-013 on March 22, 2018
      Notice of rule changes as adopted
    • See also:Concise Explanatory Statement: Ballast Water: Correction of internal WAC references and department contact information
  • Coastal Commercial Ocean Pink Shrimp Trawl Fishery
    The department wants to amend WAC 220-340-500 to ensure that the rules for the commercial ocean pink shrimp trawl fishery are consistent with marine fish and shellfish resource conservation and fishery sustainability.
    • CR-101 – filed as WSR 17-21-053 on October 13, 2017
      Invitation to discuss rules on this subject
    • CR-102 – filed as WSR 18-01-093 on December 18, 2017
      Notice and opportunity to comment on this current rule-making proposal
    • CR-103 – filed as WSR 18-08-003 on March 21, 2018
      Notice of rule changes as adopted
    • See also:Concise Explanatory Statement: Coastal Commercial Ocean Pink Shrimp Trawl Fishery
  • Calculation of actual costs of producing copies of public records
    The department is providing a new rule to address the legal permission to charge the public for requested copies of agency documents. A new rule is mandated by 2017 legislation which provides the department authority in RCW 42.56.120 to charge the public fees for the cost of producing agency records.
    • CR-101 – filed as WSR 17-15-048 on July 11, 2017
      Invitation to discuss rules on this subject
    • CR-102 – filed as WSR 17-22-132 on November 1, 2017
      Notice and opportunity to comment on this current rule-making proposal
    • CR-103 – filed as WSR 18-07-080 on March 19, 2018
      Notice of rule changes as adopted
    • See also:Concise Explanatory Statement: Calculation of actual costs of producing copies of public records
  • Recreational Fishing Rules
    The department is considering amendments to recreational fishing rules to provide fishing opportunity, to address conservation objectives and to simplify rules. The department may consider additional recreational fishing rule changes if necessary.
    • CR-101 – filed as WSR 16-06-078 on February 26, 2016
      Invitation to discuss rules on this subject
    • Withdrawal Notice of WAC 222-310-070 from WSR 17-22-115 – filed as WSR 18-06-015 on February 26, 2018
      Notice and opportunity to comment on this current rule-making proposal
    • CR-103 – filed as WSR 18-06-045 on March 1, 2018
      Notice of rule changes as adopted
    • See also: Concise Explanatory Statement: 2018-2019 Sport Fishing Regulation Simplification Proposals
  • Wildlife Conflict Management and Wildlife Interactions
    The department is considering rule changes for wildlife conflict management and wildlife interactions.
    • CR-101 – filed as WSR 17-12-115 on June 7, 2017
      Invitation to discuss rules on this subject
    • CR-102 – filed as WSR 17-16-175 on August 2, 2017
      Notice and opportunity to comment on this current rule-making proposal
    • CR-102 – filed as WSR 17-21-094 on October 18, 2017
      Notice and opportunity to comment on this current rule-making proposal
    • CR-103 – filed as WSR 18-04-049 on January 31, 2018
      Notice of rule changes as adopted
    • See also:Concise Explanatory Statement: Compensation for livestock damage by wolves

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  • Coastal recreational bottomfish and halibut rules
    The purpose of this rule change is to adopt Washington Administrative Code for coastal recreational bottomfish and halibut fisheries that are consistent with regulations adopted by the Pacific Fishery Management Council (PFMC).
    • CR-105 – filed as WSR 18-14-116 on July 5, 2018
      Notice and opportunity to comment on this current expedited rule-making proposal
    • CR-103– filed as WSR 18-23-070 on November 16, 2018
      Notice of rule changes as adopted
    • See also:Concise Explanatory Statement: Amending Recreational Bottomfish and Halibut Rules.
  • Amending Coastal Recreational Dungeness Crab Rules
    Rule changes relative to coastal recreational crab fishing are necessary to provide recreational fishing opportunity that does not conflict with the opening of the commercial fishery.
    • CR-101 – filed as WSR 18-12-038 on May 29, 2018
      Invitation to discuss rules on this subject
    • CR-102 – filed as WSR 18-16-011 on July 23, 2018
      Notice and opportunity to comment on this current rule-making proposal
    • CR-103 – filed as WSR 18-22-010 on October 25, 2018
      Notice of rule changes as adopted
    • See also:Concise Explanatory Statement: Amending Recreational Crab Rules.
  • Amend and update regulations pertaining to Catch Record Cards
    The department needs to update rules pertaining to Catch Record Cards based on passage of Engrossed Substitute Senate Bill 6127 during the 2018 legislative session. Furthermore, the department would like to update rules to offer more options for Catch Record Card reporting and to clarify details regarding license documents.
    • CR-105 – filed as WSR 18-15-068 on July 17, 2018
      Notice and opportunity to comment on this current expedited rule-making proposal
    • CR-101 – filed as WSR 18-11-006 on May 2, 2018
      Invitation to discuss rules on this subject
    • CR-102 – filed as WSR 18-16-114 on August 1, 2018
      Notice and opportunity to comment on this current rule-making proposal
    • Supplemental CR-102 – filed as WSR 18-17-179 on August 22, 2018
      Notice and opportunity to comment on this current rule-making proposal
    • CR-103 – filed as WSR 18-21-059 on October 9, 2018
      See also:Concise Explanatory Statement: Reporting Changes to Catch Record Cards.
  • Disabled Veteran Donation Program
    Creating WAC 220-220-250 to define the license products available under resident disabled veteran donation program.
    • CR-105 – filed as WSR 18-15-085 on July 18, 2018
      Notice and opportunity to comment on this current expedited rule-making proposal
    • CR-103 – filed as WSR 18-20-022 on September 24, 2018
      Notice of rule changes as adopted
    • See also:Disabled Veteran Donation Program.
  • Amending and adding rules relating to Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) in WAC chapter 220-640
    Updating terms to existing rules and adding rules to WAC chapter 220-640 based on changes from ESSB 6040 passed during the 2014 legislative session.
    • CR-105 – filed as WSR 18-11-131 on May 23, 2018
      Notice and opportunity to comment on this current expedited rule-making proposal
    • CR-105 – filed as WSR 18-15-048 on July 13, 2018
      Notice and opportunity to comment on this current expedited rule-making proposal
    • CR-103 – filed as WSR 18-19-103 filed September 19, 2018
      Notice of rule changes as adopted
    • See also:Concise Explanatory Statement: Aquatic Nuisance Species.
  • Reducing the spread of hoof disease
    The department is considering rule changes related to reducing the spread of hoof disease-Unlawful transport of elk hooves.
    • CR-101 – filed as WSR 18-12-095 on June 5, 2018
      Invitation to discuss rules on this subject
    • CR-102 – filed as WSR 18-16-006 on July 20, 2018
      Notice and opportunity to comment on this current rule-making proposal
    • CR-103 – filed as WSR 18-19-069
      Notice of rule changes as adopted
    • See also:Concise Explanatory Statement: Reduce the spread of hoof disease - unlawful transport of elk hooves.
  • Amendments of WAC 220-220-320 - Recreational license dealer's fees.
    Amend WAC 220-220-320 to include a two dollar dealer fee for the issuance of an aquatic invasive species permit per Senate Bill 5303.
    • CR-105 – filed as WSR 18-12-107 on June 6, 2018
      Notice and opportunity to comment on this current expedited rule-making proposal
    • CR-103 – filed as WSR 18-19-021 on September 11, 2018
      Notice of rule changes as adopted
    • See also:Concise Explanatory Statement: Dealer's Fees
  • Live wildlife – Taking from the wild, importation, possession, transfer, and holding in captivity
    The Department of Fish and Wildlife is amending WAC 220-450-030 to include previously omitted language.
    • CR-105 – filed as WSR 18-14-010 on June 22, 2018
      Notice and opportunity to comment on this current expedited rule-making proposal
    • CR-103 – filed as WSR 18-19-011 on September 07, 2018
      Notice of rule changes as adopted
    • See also: Concise Explanatory Statement: Live wildlife – Taking from the wild, importation, possession, transfer, and holding in captivity
  • Combined fish guide license
    The Department of Fish and Wildlife will update WAC 220-351-080; this WAC includes fees for the combination guide license that are no longer valid for license year 2019. These fees were updated in Senate Bill 6317 effective January 1, 2019.
    • CR-105 – filed as WSR 18-13-010 on June 6, 2018
      Notice and opportunity to comment on this current expedited rule-making proposal
    • CR-103 filed as WSR 18-19-004 on September 7, 2018
      Notice of rule changes as adopted
    • See also:Concise Explanatory Statement: WAC 220-351-080 Combined Fish Guide License Fees
  • Puget Sound Salmon Management and Catch Reporting Areas and Closed Areas
    The department seeks to update the current fish area boundaries described in WACs 220-301-030 and 220-354-080 for Puget Sound Salmon fishing. Currently, physical markers listed in regulations are no longer present and need to be removed from the descriptions and the overall boundary descriptions need to be updated.
    • CR-105 – filed as WSR 18-13-115 on June 20, 2018
      Notice and opportunity to comment on this current expedited rule-making proposal
    • CR-103 Filed as WSR 18-18-078 on September 4, 2018
      Notice of rule changes as adopted
    • See also:Concise Explanatory Statement: WAC 220-301-030 and WAC 220-354-080
  • Game management units (GMUs) boundary descriptions – Region one. Elk area descriptions
    The purpose of this rule change is to align boundary descriptions from WAC 220-410-010. Game Management Unit 175-Lick Creek (Garfield and Asotin county) boundary description requires Back Road to be changed to Parsons Road to align with the county road name change.
    • CR-105 – filed as WSR 18-14-050 on June 28, 2018
      Notice and opportunity to comment on this current expedited rule-making proposal
    • CR-103 filed as WSR 18-19-001 on Sept 05, 2018
      Notice of rule changes as adopted
    • See also:Concise Explanatory Statement: WAC 220-410-010 and WAC 220-415-040
  • Periodic Status Reviews: Columbian Sharp-tailed Grouse and Sea Otter
    The department is conducting periodic status reviews for species currently listed as sensitive, threatened, or endangered.
    • CR-101 – filed as WSR 16-13-044 on June 8, 2016
      Invitation to discuss rules on this subject
    • CR-102 – filed as WSR 18-10-109 on May 2, 2018
      Notice and opportunity to comment on this current rule-making proposal
    • CR-103 – filed as WSR 18-17-153 on August 21, 2018
      Notice of rule changes as adopted
      See also:Concise Explanatory Statement: PSR Columbian Sharp-tailed Grouse and Sea Otter
  • 2018 North of Falcon Rules – Coastal Commercial Salmon Fisheries: Grays Harbor
    The Department is considering changes to WDFW's coastal commercial salmon fishing rules, resulting from North of Falcon recommendations. Coastal commercial salmon fishing rules are based on North of Falcon recommendations that change from year to year to reflect resource availability and to achieve conservation goals. Amendments to coastal commercial salmon fishing rules are needed to implement the agreed-upon changes.
    • CR-101 – filed as WSR 18-03-129 on January 19, 2018
      Invitation to discuss rules on this subject
    • CR-102 – filed as WSR 18-13-110 on June 20, 2018
      Notice and opportunity to comment on this current rule-making proposal
    • CR-103–filed as WSR 18-17-071 on August 10, 2018
      Notice of rule changes as adopted
    • Audio: August 1, 2018 Public Hearing Part 1 / Part 2
    • See also: Concise Explanatory Statement: Grays Harbor Commercial Salmon Regulations for 2018
    • Consolidated rule file
  • Amending and adding rules relating to Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) in WAC chapter 220-640
    During the 2014 legislative session, the legislature made substantial changes to the laws concerning Invasive Species and enacted RCW chapter 77.135 (Invasive Species). The department needs to amend and add to its current rules concerning Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) contained in WAC chapter 220-640 to reflect these statutory changes.
    • CR-105 – filed as WSR 17-22-134 on November 1, 2017
      Notice and opportunity to comment on this current expedited rule-making proposal
    • CR-103 – filed as WSR 18-06-006 on February 22, 2018
      Notice of rule changes as adopted
    • CR-103 – filed as WSR 18-16-042 filed on July 25, 2018
      Updating terms to existing rules and adding rules to WAC chapter 220-640 based on changes from ESSB 6040 passed during the 2014 legislative session.
    • See also: Concise Explanatory Statement: Amending and adding rules relating to Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) in WAC chapter 220-640
  • Hunting and fishing rules that apply to individuals with disabilities
    The department is creating new and amending existing hunting and fishing rules that apply to individuals with disabilities.
    • CR-101 – filed as WSR 17-23-044 on November 8, 2017
      Invitation to discuss rules on this subject
    • CR-102 – filed as WSR 18-06-084 on March 6, 2018
      Notice and opportunity to comment on this rule-making proposal
    • CR-103 – filed as WSR 18-16-074 on July 30, 2018
      The department is creating new and amending existing hunting and fishing rules that apply to individuals with disabilities.
    • See also: Concise Explanatory Statement: Hunting and fishing rules that apply to individuals with disabilities
  • 2018 North of Falcon Rules – Coastal Commercial Salmon Fisheries
    The Department is considering changes to WDFW's coastal commercial salmon fishing rules, resulting from North of Falcon recommendations. Coastal commercial salmon fishing rules are based on North of Falcon recommendations that change from year to year to reflect resource availability and to achieve conservation goals. Amendments to coastal commercial salmon fishing rules are needed to implement the agreed-upon changes.
    • CR-101 – filed as WSR 18-03-129 on January 19, 2018
      Invitation to discuss rules on this subject
    • CR-102 – filed as WSR 18-11-041 on May 9, 2018
      Notice and opportunity to comment on this current rule-making proposal
    • CR-103 – filed as WSR 18-15-070 on July 17, 2018
      Notice of rule changes as adopted
    • Audio: July 10, 2018 Public Hearing
    • See also:Concise Explanatory Statement: 2018 Willapa Bay Commercial Salmon Regulations
    • Consolidated rule file
  • 2018 North of Falcon Rulemaking – Recreational Fishing Rules
    The department is considering amending current recreational fishing rules resulting from stakeholder recommendations made during North of Falcon meetings and to incorporate changes in the rules brought about from the department's Freshwater Recreational Rule Simplification Project.
    • CR-101 – filed as WSR 18-03-109 on January 18, 2018
      Invitation to discuss rules on this subject
    • CR-102 – filed as WSR 18-12-120 on June 6, 2018
      Notice and opportunity to comment on this current rule-making proposal
    • CR-103 – filed as WSR 18-15-065 on July 16, 2018
      Notice of rule changes as adopted
    • Audio:
    • See also:Concise Explanatory Statement: Recreational Salmon Regulations for 2018
    • Consolidated rule file
  • Possession and delivery of Canadian-origin food fish and shellfish
    The department needs to clarify the process for anglers who catch Canadian-based food fish and shellfish and land their catch in Washington state ports. The proposed change to the rule will make it easier for anglers to obtain a valid Canadian custom clearance number.
    • CR-101 – filed as WSR 17-07-016 on March 6, 2017
      Invitation to discuss rules on this subject
    • CR-102 – filed as WSR 18-10-104 on May 2, 2018
      Notice and opportunity to comment on this current rule-making proposal
    • CR-103 – filed as WSR 18-15-047 on July 13, 2018
      Notice of rule changes as adopted
    • See also:Concise Explanatory Statement: Possession and delivery of Canadian-origin food fish and shellfish
  • 2018 North of Falcon Rules – Puget Sound Commercial Salmon Fishery
    The Department is considering Changes to Puget Sound commercial salmon fishing rules, resulting from North of Falcon recommendations. Puget Sound commercial salmon fishing rules are based on North of Falcon recommendations that change from year to year to reflect resource availability and to achieve conservation goals. Rule amendments to Puget Sound commercial salmon fishing rules are needed to implement the agreed-upon changes.
    • CR-101 – filed as WSR 18-01-004 on December 6, 2017
      Invitation to discuss rules on this subject
    • CR-102 – filed as WSR 18-06-091 on March 6, 2018
      Notice and opportunity to comment on this current rule-making proposal
    • CR-103 – filed as WSR 18-14-013 on June 22, 2018
      Notice of rule changes as adopted
    • Audio: April 10, 2018 Public Hearing - Part 1 / Part 2
    • See also:Concise Explanatory Statement: Puget Sound Commercial Salmon Regulations for 2018
    • Consolidated rule file
  • 2018 Recreational Clam and Oyster Seasons
    The department must annually amend recreational clam and oyster season rules on some public tidelands in response to shellfish population changes, shifts in recreational effort, conservation issues, and negotiations with treaty tribes and other state agencies. Such amendments are designed to perpetuate shellfish resources while maximizing recreational harvest opportunity.
    • CR-101 – filed as WSR 17-19-096 on September 19, 2017
      Invitation to discuss rules on this subject
    • CR-102 – filed as WSR 18-07-114 on March 21, 2018
      Notice and opportunity to comment on this current rule-making proposal
    • CR-103 – filed as WSR 18-11-077 on May 17, 2018
      Notice of rule changes as adopted
    • See also:Concise Explanatory Statement: Recreational Clam and Oyster Seasons
  • Hunting Seasons: 3-year Package
    The Department is considering rule making for the following: deer and elk seasons and permits; cougar seasons and regulations; black bear seasons and regulations; mountain goat, bighorn sheep, and moose seasons, permits, and regulations; bighorn sheep marking requirements; wildlife management and wildlife interactions; game bird regulations; small game seasons; game farms and shooting preserves; trapping; landowner hunting permit program; deer and elk area boundaries; game management units, special closures and firearm restriction areas; unlawful methods for hunting; hunting equipment rules; special hunting season permits; hunters with disabilities; general recreational licensing rules; general rules; and other hunting regulations.
    • CR-101 – filed as WSR 17-24-106 on December 6, 2017
      Invitation to discuss rules on this subject
    • CR-102 – filed as WSR 18-03-177 on January 24, 2018
      Notice and opportunity to comment on this rule-making proposal
    • WITHDRAWL - Game Management Units (GMUs) Boundary Descriptions-Region 4: Withdrawal Notice for WAC 220-410-040 filed under WSR 18-05-062 on February 15, 2018.
    • WITHDRAWL - Public Safety Cougar Removal: Withdrawal Notice for WAC 220-440-030 filed under WSR 18-06-079 on March 6, 2018.
    • CR-103 – filed as WSR 18-11-061 on May 11, 2018
      Notice of rule changes as adopted.
    • See also:Concise Explanatory Statement: Hunting Seasons
  • Electronic Fish Receiving Tickets
    The Department is considering allowing commercial purchasers and receivers to use electronic fish tickets even if the purchasers and receivers do not participate in the Pacific Coast Groundfish Shoreside Individual Fishing Quota Program.
    • CR-101 – filed as WSR 13-11-122 on May 21, 2013
      Invitation to discuss rules on this subject
    • CR-102 – filed as WSR 18-06-088 on March 6, 2018
      Notice and opportunity to comment on this current rule-making proposal
    • CR-103 – filed as WSR 18-11-052 on May 10, 2018
      Notice of rule changes as adopted
    • See also:Concise Explanatory Statement: Fish Receiving Tickets
  • Clarifies the limits of keeping salmon for personal use during an open commercial fishery
    The department needs to adopt a permanent rule to clarify the limits around keeping salmon for personal use during an open commercial salmon fishery. This rule will allow commercial fishermen to take home a daily limit of three salmon for personal use during commercial salmon fishing activity.
    • CR-101 – filed as WSR 17-17-083 on August 16, 2017
      Invitation to discuss rules on this subject
    • CR-102 – filed as WSR 18-01-095 on December 18, 2017
      Notice and opportunity to comment on this current rule-making proposal
    • CR-103 – filed as WSR 18-11-022 on May 4, 2018
      Notice of rule changes as adopted
    • See also:Concise Explanatory Statement: Personal Use Salmon during an Open Commercial Fishery
  • Amendments to Hydraulic Code Rules
    These rules regulate aspects of construction projects in state waters for the protection of fish life. Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife's general goal in this rulemaking is to incorporate statutory changes, accommodate other changed conditions to protect fish life, or respond to requests by customers and other interested parties for improved clarity.
    • CR-101 – filed as WSR 17-20-109 on October 4, 2017
      Invitation to discuss rules on this subject
    • CR-102 – filed as WSR 18-03-145 on January 22, 2018
      Notice and opportunity to comment on this current rule-making proposal
    • CR-103– filed as WSR 18-10-054 on April 27, 2018
      Notice of rule changes as adopted
    • See also: Concise Explanatory Statement: 2018 Hydraulic Code Rule Amendments
      Final Regulatory Analyses
      Implementation Plan

  • Geoduck Divers Licenses
    WAC 220-340-070 needs clarification regarding the application process and how the Department would issue any remaining Geoduck Divers Licenses for any of the 77 licenses that are not renewed by December 31st.
    • CR-101 – filed as WSR 17-13-085 on June 17, 2017
      Invitation to discuss rules on this subject
    • CR-102 – filed as WSR 17-17-106 on August 18, 2017
      Notice and opportunity to comment on this current rule-making proposal
    • Supplemental CR-102 - filed as WSR 18-03-142 on January 22, 2018
      Notice and opportunity to comment on this current rule-making proposal
    • CR-103 – filed as WSR 18-09-058 on April 16, 2018
      Notice of rule changes as adopted
    • See also:Concise Explanatory Statement: Geoduck Diver License Application and Issuance Process
  • Updating the term Wholesale Fish Dealer to Wholesale Fish Buyer in WAC 220-360-140
    Due to a clerical error, this rule amendment did not get published in the most recent version of the Washington State Register. This amendment was adopted by the Fish and Wildlife Commission on October 27, 2017.
    • CR-105 – filed as WSR 17-22-131 on November 1, 2017
      Notice and opportunity to comment on this current expedited rule-making proposal
    • CR-103 – filed as WSR 18-08-058 on March 30, 2018
      Notice of rule changes as adopted
    • See also:Concise Explanatory Statement: Updating the term Wholesale Fish Dealer to Wholesale Fish Buyer in WAC 220-360-140
  • Concerning License Fees
    The department needs to amend WAC 220-351-080; this WAC includes fees for the combination guide license that are no longer valid for license year 2018. These fees were updated in House Bill 1597 effective January 1, 2018.
    • CR-105 – filed as WSR 18-03-148 on January 22, 2018
      Notice and opportunity to comment on this current expedited rule-making proposal
    • CR-103 – filed as WSR 18-08-057 on March 30, 2018
      Notice of rule changes as adopted
    • See also:Concise Explanatory Statement: Combined Fish Guide License Fees
  • Ballast Water: Correction of internal WAC references and department contact information
    The purpose of this proposal is to revise internal WAC references and incorrect department contact information in current sections of WAC chapter 220-650.
    • CR-105 – filed as WSR 18-01-092 on December 18, 2017
      Notice and opportunity to comment on this current expedited rule-making proposal
    • CR-103 – filed as WSR 18-08-013 on March 22, 2018
      Notice of rule changes as adopted
    • See also:Concise Explanatory Statement: Ballast Water: Correction of internal WAC references and department contact information
  • Coastal Commercial Ocean Pink Shrimp Trawl Fishery
    The department wants to amend WAC 220-340-500 to ensure that the rules for the commercial ocean pink shrimp trawl fishery are consistent with marine fish and shellfish resource conservation and fishery sustainability.
    • CR-101 – filed as WSR 17-21-053 on October 13, 2017
      Invitation to discuss rules on this subject
    • CR-102 – filed as WSR 18-01-093 on December 18, 2017
      Notice and opportunity to comment on this current rule-making proposal
    • CR-103 – filed as WSR 18-08-003 on March 21, 2018
      Notice of rule changes as adopted
    • See also:Concise Explanatory Statement: Coastal Commercial Ocean Pink Shrimp Trawl Fishery
  • Calculation of actual costs of producing copies of public records
    The department is providing a new rule to address the legal permission to charge the public for requested copies of agency documents. A new rule is mandated by 2017 legislation which provides the department authority in RCW 42.56.120 to charge the public fees for the cost of producing agency records.
    • CR-101 – filed as WSR 17-15-048 on July 11, 2017
      Invitation to discuss rules on this subject
    • CR-102 – filed as WSR 17-22-132 on November 1, 2017
      Notice and opportunity to comment on this current rule-making proposal
    • CR-103 – filed as WSR 18-07-080 on March 19, 2018
      Notice of rule changes as adopted
    • See also:Concise Explanatory Statement: Calculation of actual costs of producing copies of public records
  • Recreational Fishing Rules
    The department is considering amendments to recreational fishing rules to provide fishing opportunity, to address conservation objectives and to simplify rules. The department may consider additional recreational fishing rule changes if necessary.
    • CR-101 – filed as WSR 16-06-078 on February 26, 2016
      Invitation to discuss rules on this subject
    • Withdrawal Notice of WAC 222-310-070 from WSR 17-22-115 – filed as WSR 18-06-015 on February 26, 2018
      Notice and opportunity to comment on this current rule-making proposal
    • CR-103 – filed as WSR 18-06-045 on March 1, 2018
      Notice of rule changes as adopted
    • See also: Concise Explanatory Statement: 2018-2019 Sport Fishing Regulation Simplification Proposals
  • Wildlife Conflict Management and Wildlife Interactions
    The department is considering rule changes for wildlife conflict management and wildlife interactions.
    • CR-101 – filed as WSR 17-12-115 on June 7, 2017
      Invitation to discuss rules on this subject
    • CR-102 – filed as WSR 17-16-175 on August 2, 2017
      Notice and opportunity to comment on this current rule-making proposal
    • CR-102 – filed as WSR 17-21-094 on October 18, 2017
      Notice and opportunity to comment on this current rule-making proposal
    • CR-103 – filed as WSR 18-04-049 on January 31, 2018
      Notice of rule changes as adopted
    • See also:Concise Explanatory Statement: Compensation for livestock damage by wolves