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Skagit, Cascade & Skykomish King Salmon

posted by Mike on 05/31/2013

Tomorrow June 1st marks the limited king salmon fisheries we have on the Skagit, Cascade and Skykomish Rivers. These fisheries (though limited) mark the best opportunity to catch king salmon in our north Puget Sound streams.

On the Skagit we have a fishery from the Hwy 530 Bridge at Rockport up river to Cascade River Road (Marblemount Bridge). In this section of river you are allowed 4 hatchery Chinook with a 12 inch minimum of which 2 may be adult (over 24 inches). This fishery is open from June 1st through July 15th.

On the Cascade we have a fishery from the mouth upstream to the Rockport-Cascade Rd. Bridge. In this section of river you are allowed 4 hatchery Chinook with a 12 minimum of which two may be adult (over 24 inches). This fishery is open from June 1st through July 15th.

On the Skykomish we have a fishery from the mouth upstream to the mouth of the Wallace River. In this section of river you are allowed 4 hatchery Chinook with a 12 inch minimum of which two may be adult (over 24 inches). This fishery is open from June 1st through July 31st.

These streams all produce fair numbers of hatchery Chinook as well as good numbers of hatchery summer run steelhead.

If you are targeting Chinook it is best to fish at first or last light as these are the most productive times.

On the Cascade
Tags: Chinook

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