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Sports Briefs: Fish & Wildlife Commission, bowling scores

OLYMPIA — The Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission will accept public comments during a meeting scheduled Dec. 6-7 in Olympia on draft policy options for managing salmon fisheries on Grays Harbor.

The commission, a citizen panel appointed by the governor to set policy for the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, will convene in Room 172 of the Natural Resources Building, 1111 Washington St. S.E. The meeting is scheduled to begin at 8:30 a.m. both days.

An agenda for the meeting is available at

Over the past month, state fishery managers have been working with a citizen committee and the public to develop draft options for a new policy to address conservation and catch allocation for Grays Harbor salmon fisheries.

The goal is to develop a policy that helps ensure spawning goals are met for wild salmon returning to the basin and to give anglers and commercial fishers a clearer picture of what fishing opportunities they can expect each year.

During the commission meeting, WDFW staff will provide a briefing on the development of the new draft policy options and additional opportunities later this year for the public to participate in the refinement of the proposed policy.

After receiving the briefing, the commission will then take public comment on the draft policy options, which will be available early next week on the department’s website at . The website also includes information that was provided during recent public meetings, as well as a scheduled of upcoming meetings.

Bowling report

from Monte Lanes

First Niters League

Week 13

Standings — Family Affair 39-13, Monte Lanes 31-21, Fearsome Four 31-21, Spare Time in Monte 30-22, York Tree Farm 29-23, Nameless Wonders 27-25, Dodies 17-35.

High game: Carol Dills

High series: Carol Dills 568

Oddities: Lori Reule 5-10, 3-10; Pamela Boerner 2-7; Sharon Pittsley 5-6-10.

Harbor Retreads League

Week 13

Standings — All Stars 32-20, Steam Rollers 32-20, Eager Beavers 28-24, Hillside Bowlers 24.5-27.5, Oh Shucks! 21-31, Scramblers 18.5-33.5.

High game men: Jon Black 192.

High series men — Jon Black 558.

High game women — Billie Holmes-Black 199.

High series women — Billie Holmes-Black 547.

Oddities — Rose Pierce 3-10.