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The Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife has adopted a rule change regarding fishing in Bradley Lake. Beginning July 1st, fishing will be restricted to juveniles (under the age of 15), seniors, and disabled persons who possess a designated harvester companion card.
According to WDFW, this change was implemented as part of a three-year effort to simplify sportfishing regulations across the state. Formerly, Bradley Lake was open to all anglers except for a one-month period from May to early June. Fishing will now be restricted to juveniles, seniors and disabled persons year-round.
If you have questions or want to comment on this change, contact the Fish and Wildlife Commission at (360) 902-2267 or email@example.com.