Wolves may be moving into Klickitat County: No spring chinook season on the Deschutes

Wolves may be moving into Klickitat County

Local cattlemen attended hearings last week in Washington’s state capital to support bills that would declassify the gray wolf as an endangered species in the eastern side of the state. See the rest of the story in the Goldendale Sentinel.

No spring chinook season on the Deschutes

Predicting that fewer than 650 wild spring chinook will return to the Warm Springs River to spawn, fisheries managers have announced that the popular fishery on Oregon’s Deschutes River will not open this year. See the rest of the story in The Dalles Chronicle.

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