Chinook Spring Season Reopens on Parts of Idaho Rivers
TWIN FALLS, Idaho – Chinook salmon fishing has reopened on portions of the Clearwater, Little and Lower Salmon rivers.
The reopened spring fishing season will target jack chinook in the Clearwater River and adult and jack hatchery Chinook in the Salmon and Little Salmon rivers. Fishing will be limited to Thursday through Sunday, according to the Idaho Department of Fish and Game.
The Fish and Game Commission also set the summer Chinook seasons in portions of the Clearwater River system, South Fork of the Salmon River and Upper Salmon rivers, all which will open on June 22.
Fisheries managers anticipate about 1,000 adult and 1,000 jack hatchery Chinook will be available for harvest on the Salmon and Little Salmon rivers, and about 1,000 jacks available in the Clearwater.
Source: Idaho Fish and Game