There may be a problem with one of the fish ladders at the Dalles Dam
on the Columbia River.
According to counts of adult salmon compiled by the Army Corps of Engineers
nearly 45,000 more steelhead and 1,000 more sockeye were counted at John
Day Dam than at the Dalles.
The discrepancy is curious since adult salmon returning to spawn must
pass over the project at the Dalles before they reach John Day Dam some
24 miles up river.
After reviewing tapes at both dams Corps …