Wild Coho Run Hits Record Numbers On Clackamas River; Passage Over Willamette Falls Far Above Average

Coho salmon are returning to Oregon’s Clackamas River in numbers not seen since 1958 when Portland General Electric’s North Fork Dam was built on the river. With 9,370 early- and late-run fish this year, coho return numbers are far outpacing last year’s run, which tallied just 3,782 of the fish.

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