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Washington Opens Steelhead Fishing On Stretch Once Blocked By Condit Dam 

After a yearlong closure, anglers will again be able to stalk southwest Washington’s lower White Salmon River in hope of hooking winter and summer steelhead making their spawning journey.

That fishing opportunity will include the roughly two miles of river from the former site of Condit Dam up to the head of its former reservoir – Northwestern Lake. That stretch of river had for nearly 100 years been submerged and inaccessible to salmon and steelhead.

LINK (via: The Columbia Basin Bulletin)

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