The Chronicle -

By Frank Armendariz

Chinook salmon thriving through wet weather


October 10, 2019

Fall weather has come to Oregon and Fall fish can be rewarding on a number of levels.

Weather came to Oregon last week. It brought rain to every part of Lane County and dropped a few inches of snow on the Lane County Cascades. Initially, last week's series of unusually strong early fall storms slowed most fisheries across the county and state. But as I assemble this report we are looking at the return of much milder weather that looks to extend into at least mid-October.

There was a "silver lining" while most other fisheries took a pummeling: the bad weather is good news to many and the fuel that gets anglers looking west this time every year, as the chinook salmon fishing a...

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