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By Drew Lawson
The Times 

Riding along with Fish and Wildlife


Last updated 8/5/2021 at 4:43pm

Drew Lawson | The Times

Lincoln County Fish and Wildlife Officer Curt Wood inspects a black bear trap after he found it empty. The trap had been planted for a week after bears were sighted by residents of Seven Bays in the last week.

SEVEN BAYS – The life of a local Fish and Wildlife officer can take one from Clark to Seven Bays, or from Seven Bays to Sprague, or all the way into Spokane County by Medical Lake and Airway Heights, as The Times learned Friday, July 30 when invited on a ride-along for the day with Lincoln County Fish and Wildlife officer Curt Wood.

The day started with a drive to Seven Bays via Hawk Creek Road and Miles Creston Road to inspect a bear trap that had been planted there for about a week. Reports of black bears digging into garbage and coming a little too close to people's houses had been co...

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