National Geographic : 1933 Feb
©()National Geographic Society Natural Color Photograph byClifton Adams RAINBOW AND CUTTHROAT TROUT MAKE WASHINGTON STREAMS A FISHERMAN'S PARADISE In this bend of the Naches River near its junction with the Rattlesnake the angler is generallyassured afull creel. The region, which lies along the Yakima Gateway road to Mount Rainier National Park and Forest, is protected by game laws. Itwas stocked with elk in1913, and in the last six years hunting has been permitted for a short season each autumn. Throughoutthe Evergreen State Nature has been lavish with gifts to lovers of the outdoors. Hardly a citizen lives beyond walking distance of some delightful recreation area.