Catch Rates Up, But Low Bonneville Dam Passage Stalls Fishing Until Run Size Recalculation

Catch rates have improved for both sport and commercial fisheries but apprehension over what appears to be a late arriving, or light, spring chinook salmon run to the Columbia-Snake river system has forced state managers to pause at least until a run-size estimate can be recalculated in early May.

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