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Date 21-Sep-17
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Conditions : SNAKE RIVER: The Snake River fishes well for small mouth bass during the summer with anglers often catching more than 30 fish per day. Trout fishing will pick up as the summer progresses into fall. Steelhead season opened Sept. 1 but fish won’t be available in larger numbers until later in the season. Due to low returns the fishery will be catch and release only. However, manager will monitor the returns to determine if traditional bag limits will be reinstated.

Fall Chinook season is now open on the Snake River. The river will be open from the Oregon –Washington border to the deadline below Hells Canyon Dam and will remain open until Oct. 31, or until a closure is announced. In addition, the reach from Cliff Mountain Rapid (at river mile 246.7) upstream to the deadline at Hells Canyon Dam will be open from Nov. 1-17.

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