Fisheries Managers Rescind Lower Columbia Gillnetting Periods After Too Many Upriver Chinook Caught In Select Areas

Oregon and Washington fisheries managers were forced to shut down commercial salmon fishing on the lower Columbia River Wednesday after the gillnetters caught far too many upriver spring Chinook. Several future fishing periods already approved were rescinded during a period of high prices for salmon.

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