Sustained flows and hatchery supplementation
have combined to produce a run of spring chinook salmon large enough to
support another Indian subsistence and non-Indian sport fishery on the
Umatilla River.
Both the tribal and non-Indian fishing
seasons for spring chinook opens Saturday, May 29. Tribal fishers will
be able to fish using a variety of methods for five three-day weekends
in June, according to regulations established by the Fish and Wildlife
Commission for the …

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