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Fishing Groups Ask for Emergency Steps to Save Salmon

Four fishery conservation groups have asked state and federal fishery and water officials to convene an urgent meeting to save California Central Valley Chinook salmon runs from the drought. ... Full story

Fall Chinook Run Breaking Records

The fall chinook salmon run on the Columbia River is the largest in the past 75 years with up to 835,000 adult chinook and more than 63,000 fish travelling up the river’s Bonneville Dam fish ladder on a single day. ... Full story

Columbia River Anglers Fishing Buoy 10 Must Release Wild Chinook

Starting Friday 23 August anglers fishing at the Buoy 10 fishery near the mouth of the Columbia River will be required to release any wild chinook salmon they intercept, but are currently cleared to catch hatchery chinook through to 01 September. ... Full story

Spring Chinook Fishery Reopened on Lower Columbia River

OLYMPIA - With thousands of spring chinook salmon now moving up fish ladders at Bonneville Dam, fishery managers from Washington and Oregon have agreed to reopen the popular salmon fishery on the lower Columbia River through June 15. ... Full story

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