WASHINGTON STATE: Spring Chinook and Rare Summer Steelhead are Being Taken

Most district streams remain poor options for salmon and steelhead with the exception of the Cowlitz. Spring chinook and a rare summer steelhead are being taken.

Mainstem fishing near the mouths of these tributaries should begin to produce fair numbers of steelhead in the coming weeks. Salmon fishing these areas has been fair for much of the spring but with mainstem temperatures remaining cool, migrating adults have little reason to seek refuge in the lower stretches of these systems.

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