Amid COVID-19 Concerns States Open Columbia River To Spring Chinook, Steelhead Fishing; No Strict Guidelines, Use Own Judgement

Oregon and Washington fisheries managers reopened the Columbia River along their border for limited recreational spring chinook and steelhead angling, despite continued concerns about the number of people in boats and at public facilities due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

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