Spring Chinook Return Expected To Be Large; Wild Component Predicted Above 10-Year Average

There has been a salmon sighting.

The first two upriver spring chinook of the year were counted Wednesday crossing up and over the Columbia River’s Bonneville Dam. The counts at the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ fish ladders included one adult fish and one early-maturing “jack,” that latter being a chinook that returned after one year in the ocean.

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