Marine Survival Cited As Main Factor For This Year’s Historically Low Spring Chinook Return; ‘Workhorse Hatcheries’ Struggling

An already low in-season forecast for spring chinook salmon was revised this week to 71,600 fish at the Columbia River mouth and only about 70,000 at Bonneville Dam, according to the U.S. v Oregon Technical Advisory Committee, which forecasts runs of salmon and steelhead in the Columbia River.

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