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Topic Review (Newest First)
11-28-2001 10:27 PM
sinktip Tough to swallow but good news. With those escapement numbers, Kraemer and Castle did the right thing. Of course that C & R fishery on the Skagit is nice too.

Now to just avoid the crowds. Hmm, midnight to 6:00 might work

ST
11-28-2001 07:37 PM
NrthFrk16 Additional Info:


The Stilly

The Snohomish

The Skagit
11-28-2001 07:00 PM
NrthFrk16
Good News & Bad News

Well it is official, the C&R fisheries will not take place for a second straight year on the Snohomish and the Stilliguamish systems.

On the bright side(eventhough it is a measure being taken due to low returns), all wild steelhead must be released begining Dec 1 on the Skagit, Stilliguamish and Snohomish Rivers.

http://www.wa.gov/wdfw/do/newreal/nov2801a.htm

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