‘Returns Alarmingly Low’: Low Wild Spring Chinook Numbers Lead To Less Hood River Fishing, Shutdown In Deschutes

A poor spring chinook run is impacting angling opportunities in two Oregon rivers. The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife set regulations for fishing in the Hood and Deschutes rivers, reducing the bag limit in one river and closing the other due to an extreme low run of wild fish.

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