2015 Snoqualmie River Fishing Report:
Snoqualmie River fishing hours to be restricted
Action: Closed to fishing daily from 2 p.m. until one hour before official sunrise, from the mouth to Snoqualmie Falls.
Effective dates: Sept. 1, 2015, until further notice.
Species affected: All species.
Location: The Snoqualmie River from the mouth to Snoqualmie Falls.
- Closed to fishing daily from 2 p.m. until one hour before official sunrise. Selective gear rules. Salmon: daily limit 3 plus 1 additional pink, release chinook and chum. Trout: daily limit, 2, minimum size 14 inches. Gamefish: statewide minimum size/daily limit. Closed waters within Puget Power tunnel at falls and within 50 feet of any point on Puget Power’s lower plant #2 building (north bank).
Reason for action: Excessively warm water temperatures and low flows raise concern about increased mortality for released fish. Limiting fishing to cooler morning temperatures reduces hooking mortality.
Additional Information: Temperatures and flow are being monitored and restrictions may lift as water temperatures decrease and flows increase.
Information contact: Jennifer Whitney, District 13 fish biologist, (425) 775-1311.
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