OUTDOORS BRIEF: Dungeness River to reopen to hatchery coho Wednesday

OLYMPIA — The Dungeness River will reopen to fishing for hatchery coho salmon on Wednesday, according to the state Department Fish and Wildlife.

The river will remain open until Nov. 30.

The DFW closed the Dungeness to salmon fishing on Nov. 8 in an effort to meet hatchery egg take goals. Recent rains brought sufficient coho to the Dungeness Hatchery to satisfy broodstock needs, according to an agency release.

Peninsula Daily News

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