Beat The Heat: Nearly 2,000 Snake River Sockeye Slip Past Reservoirs Into Salmon River Before High Temps Hit

The majority of the run of Snake River sockeye salmon, a small segment of the largest Columbia River sockeye run since Bonneville Dam was built in 1938 (most return to the upper Columbia), have passed eight Columbia and Snake river dams and are now moving up the Salmon River.

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