Lower Columbia Sturgeon Fishing Allowed; Concerns Remain Over Juvenile Fish Numbers Still Running Below Conservation Threshold

The number of legal-sized white sturgeon – 38 to 54 inches in fork length – in the lower Columbia River is trending downward, while the number of larger adult sized fish is trending upward, according to a recent stock status report.

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