My wife is going through some old stuff and found a 1965 Game Fishing pamphlet for WA state. Boy the regs were sure simple (and concise) back then. Things I picked out of the pamphlet. Trout limit was 12 fish, both upper and lower Hampton lakes opened up on April 25th, must have been later that it was revised to the March 1st opener. Nowadays it's back to the late April opener. For each county the local biologist and "game protectors" had their names, mailing addresses (PO Boxes) and phone numbers listed in the book. It appears there once was a fish called a steelhead as there's info about it in the pamphlet. Chopaka had not yet been classified as a fly fishing, no motors lake. Apparently it was somewhere between 1965 and 1977. 1977 was my first trip to Chopaka and it was fly fishing - no motors then. Fly fishing was classed as "dry flies, wet flies, bucktail flies, nymphs and streamers." Apparently chironomids and indicators weren't invented yet. I did recognize one of the "game protector" names in the listings. It does not list the price of a license back then. I wonder what it was.