So Far, Only A Single Chinook Through Bonneville Dam As Anglers Await Projected Good Return

More than 100 boats were counted on the lower Columbia River one day in late February but only five salmon were caught (two fin-clipped hatchery fish were reeled in and kept and three chinook were released) during the week ending Feb. 26, according to the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife. A total of total of 291 boat anglers, and 201 sportsmen fishing from the river bank, were counted during the week on the lower river.

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