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The stories from officials of the Wahington Department of Fish and Wildlife.

Latest episodes

aired 15 days ago
The Fish and Wildlife officers encounter a slew of difficult and dangerous suspects including a man refusing to reveal his identity.
aired 15 days ago
Washington's Fish and Wildlife officers rescue animals on land and help civilians running into trouble on the waters of Moses Lake.
aired 15 days ago
The officers carefully approach a suspect with a machete who is suspected of running an illegal marijuana farm; Sgt. Jewell stumbles upon a young drifter on Moses Lake.
aired 33 days ago
The Washington State Fish & Wildlife, trained to handle any scenario, are put to the test when a three-car crash interrupts an officer interrogating suspected clam poachers.
aired 33 days ago
The Washington Fish & Game Police play a dangerous game of hide and seek with a wanted criminal hiding in the Cascade Mountains.
aired 33 days ago
The fish and wildlife officers of Washington state hunt for a set of poachers: a repeat offender targeting crabs and a poacher caught attempting to reel in an endangered species.
aired 34 days ago
Crab poaching can be a lucrative business but one couple's illegal venture gets them busted.
aired 34 days ago
An international incident occurs when the fish and wildlife officers of Washington state bust poachers coming in from north of the border.
aired 34 days ago
The fish and wildlife officers of Washington state are called to arrest a drunken suspect that also has an outstanding warrant for harassment.
aired 34 days ago
An officer comes upon what appears to be an illegal bear baiting station set up by a poacher; he'll use the suspects own hunting technology to make the bust.
aired 34 days ago
The fish and wildlife officers of Washington state bust poachers who illegally fish for salmon; they save stranded and distressed wildlife as a deer becomes trapped and disoriented.
aired 34 days ago
An unmedicated bi-polar schizophrenic drifter has set up camp in the park and is questioned by the officers; an officer encounters a couple violating a strict no-contact order.
aired 34 days ago
Poached shrimp is a delicacy for most, but for the Washington State Fish and Wildlife Police it's a criminal offense and Sgt. Olson is on the case to bust a culprit.
aired 34 days ago
The annual Seattle Seafair is one the biggest parties on the water which means the Fish and Wildlife officers will be clocking overtime busting plenty of people taking the party too far.
aired 34 days ago
Everything in the Pacific Northwest is bigger, including the K-9 units who need to be able to match forces with the resident bears when they need to be driven away from populated areas for their own safety.
aired 40 days ago
Fish & Wildlife officers deal with several dangerous suspects including a fisherman with a short fuse and a perpetrator with a history of methamphetamine use and explosives.
aired 40 days ago
A restaurant runs into trouble when a family of bears attempts to get into their food stocks; officers must tread carefully as they attempt to get between a pack of hungry bears and their food.
aired 54 days ago
During a routine boat patrol on the sound, the officers rush to save a pair of elderly boaters who have been thrown overboard; another officer has a run-in with an aggressive prospector hunting for gold.
aired 54 days ago
It's a uniquely dangerous situation when Washington's Fish and Game police track down a wanted man who is potentially armed, unstable and appears to have created a shrine of bones in the desert.
aired 61 days ago
A suspicious set of circumstances surrounds a recent bear hunt; Sgt. Jewell must tread lightly as he confronts a couple in some compromising positions while parked in their car.
aired 61 days ago
Dangerous dumpster diving bears need to be relocated; clam poachers.

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