Spring Chinook Return Projections Drop Slightly, More Fishing Days Added For Lower River

The overall forecast for the 2014 return of “upriver” spring chinook to the mouth of the Columbia River has dropped a bit, according to the most recent projection, but the witnessed stream of salmon has proven strong enough to allow state officials to approve a two-day reopening of lower river sport fishery, and a second shot for non-Indian gill-netters.

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