CLACKAMAS, Ore. – A Columbia River summer Chinook fishery beginning on the upcoming 4th of July weekend was set today by fishery managers from Oregon and Washington. This is the first recreational summer Chinook fishery since 2018.
Fishery managers approved the season after scientists from the Tribes, states, and federal government revised the upper Columbia summer Chinook forecast to 65,000 fish on Monday. Sockeye and steelhead angling closed last Thursday due to ESA take limits on Snake...
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