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The ratio of hatchery-reared salmon compared with wild-hatched salmon were not available

One year after chinook were sighted— the first in 100 years — in the Elwha River above the site of the former Elwha Dam, adult chinook again have been spotted above the dam site, about 8 miles west of Port Angeles.

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