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I think you're going to have to use inductive, rather than deductive reasoning to find out where to fish until the federal approval comes in. http://wdfw.wa.gov/fishing/pugetsound_salmon_update/ This link will list the open, or "normal rules" waters. The rest are going to be closed if it flows into Puget Sound or the Strait. I would guess any personal response from the WDFW will work from this list. I wish they would put it prominently on the regs page, rather than burying it in a news update.
 

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Triploid, Humpy & Seaplane Hater....Know Grizzler
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So the Cedar is still out for the "opening" this weekend .. WTH
Yes it is still not open.
The alternative would have been had no agreement been reached, you wouldn't be fishing the Cedar at all this summer.
Hang tight and hopefully NOAA will approve the permits and you'll be fishing within a couple of weeks.
Better to miss a few weeks rather then the whole season, don't you think?
SF
 

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Mark Steudel
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why can't wdfw make the rules easier to decipher? They should make an app that all you do is pick or type in your river you want to fish and it pulls up what the current status and rules are.... that is an app I would pay money for
Yeah that'd would be super cool. If they would publish the gps coordinates of certain landmarks they use, it could be done.
 

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Yes it is still not open.
The alternative would have been had no agreement been reached, you wouldn't be fishing the Cedar at all this summer.
Hang tight and hopefully NOAA will approve the permits and you'll be fishing within a couple of weeks.
Better to miss a few weeks rather then the whole season, don't you think?
SF
True that. Problem is the flows are in my sweet spot right now .. at least from my logs.
 
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