2016 Chehalis River Fishing Report:
WDFW Fishing Rule Change
Anglers can retain wild jack salmon on Chehalis River
Action: Open Chehalis River to the retention of wild chinook jack (a chinook jack is less than 24 inches) and wild coho jack salmon (a coho jack is less than 20 inches).
Effective dates: 12:01 a.m. Sept. 28 through 11:59 p.m. Dec. 31, 2016.
Location: Chehalis River, from the mouth (Hwy 101 Bridge) to the Hwy 6 Bridge near the town of Adna, Grays Harbor/Thurston/Lewis counties.
Reason for action: The projected return of chinook and coho are sufficient to allow for the retention of wild chinook jack and wild coho jack salmon. Anglers currently can retain hatchery jack salmon.
Other Information: Minimum size 12 inches, daily limit of six. Only one adult may be retained. Release wild adult chinook and wild adult coho salmon. Trout and gamefish fisheries remain as provided in the 2016/2017 Fishing regulation pamphlet.
Information Contact: Mike Scharpf, Region 6 (360) 249-1205.
This report sponsored by Bill Swann of Swanny’s Guided Fishing.
This concludes our 2016 Chehalis River fishing report.
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