Sockeye Showing Over 7,000 A Day Past Bonneville, Run Likely To Be Twice 2004-13 Average

Sockeye salmon, known for their bright red meat and high oil content, are starting to surge up the Columbia River on their spawning mission toward the Okanogan and Wenatchee rivers — which branch off from the big river in central Washington — and toward the Snake River’s Salmon River drainage.

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