On the Columbia River, reports of anglers hooking spring Chinook are now coming in almost daily. The bite is expected to pick up in the coming weeks as spring Chinook begin to return to the Columbia in increasing numbers.
A potential record return of 559,900 spring Chinook has allowed state Fish and Wildlife to provide anglers with a wide range of fishing in the Columbia River during March and April.
If the run of highly prized and tasty spring Chinook, the come back as predicted would be the largest return since at least 1938.
Last year, 222,000 spring Chinook returned to the Columbia River.
Be sure to give Marvin’s Guide Service a call, and get hooked up with a Spring Chinook Salmon.