With Umatilla River Now At Summer Lows, Spring Chinook To Be Trucked To Upriver Spawning Areas

With water levels in the Umatilla River already reaching summer lows, the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife announced this week it will begin transporting returning adult spring chinook salmon from Threemile Dam directly to spawning areas in the upper watershed – a move that will detour fish around the popular upper Umatilla River fishery.

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