A banner forecast for adult spring
chinook returns to the upper Columbia
and Snake rivers appears to be
coming true with daily counts mounting
and the cumulative number of
fish arriving at Bonneville Dam as of April
13 representing nearly 3 1/2
times the recent 10-year average.
According to Corps of Engineers
counts posted on the Fish Passage
Center’s internet site, 33,967
spring chinook adults had reached the dam
through Thursday compared to
the recent 10-year average of 9,490 fish

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