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Spring Chinook Must Be Released on the Kalama River

Action:  Kalama River anglers must release all spring chinook salmon. Species affected:  Chinook salmon. Effective dates: May 29 through July 31, 2012. Location:  From the boundary markers at the mouth to the upper salmon hatchery.  Reason for action:  Through May 18, six hatchery adult spring chinook have returned to Kalama Falls Hatchery, well below…


Lewis River Anglers Must Release Chinook Salmon

VANCOUVER, Wash. – Starting Saturday (June 7), anglers will be required to release any spring chinook salmon they intercept on the Lewis River under a new fishing rule approved today by the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW). The new rule will be in effect until further notice from…


Spring Chinook fisheries will close Sunday on sections of Snake, Columbia rivers

OLYMPIA – Chinook salmon fishing will close at the end of the day Sunday (May 11) on sections of the Snake and mid-Columbia rivers originally scheduled to remain open through mid-June, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) announced today. With returns of spring chinook salmon falling short of…


F & G Commissioners Set Spring Salmon Seasons

The Idaho spring Chinook salmon season is set to begin a half hour before sunrise on Saturday, April 26, on parts of the Snake, Clearwater, Salmon and Little Salmon rivers. It opens on May 24 on the Lochsa River. Commissioners are expected to consider seasons on the South Fork Salmon…


Spring Chinook Fishing Closes on the Lower Columbia River

OLYMPIA – After weeks of exceptional salmon fishing, fishery managers for Washington and Oregon agreed to close the spring chinook fishery on the lower Columbia River beginning Monday (April 21), when anglers are expected to reach their pre-season catch target. By then, the sport catch from the west Hayden powerlines…


Low Numbers of Returning Wild Chinook Lead to Chehalis River Closure

OLYMPIA – The sport fishery for spring chinook salmon on the Chehalis River will not open as scheduled April 16 due to low numbers of returning fish, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) announced today. After analyzing the preseason forecast, fishery managers identified the need to close the…