Numbers Of Young Fall Chinook Migrants ‘Surprisingly High’; Corps Switches From Barges To Trucks

The collection of mostly subyearling fall chinook salmon at the mid-Columbia River’s McNary Dam and transport of the young fish downstream aboard tanker trucks began last weekend on a daily schedule largely because the numbers of fish are “surprisingly high,” said the U.S. Corps of Engineers’ Doug Baus.

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