A spring chinook season will open May 1 and run through July 31 on portions of the Quillayute and Sol Duc rivers.
Anglers will be able to keep a daily limit of four salmon, of which no more than two adults may be retained. Anglers must release all wild adult chinook, wild adult coho and all sockeye.
The Quillayute River will be open from the Olympic National Park boundary upstream to its confluence with the Sol Duc and Bogachiel rivers.
The Sol Duc River is open from the mouth to the concrete pump station at the Sol Duc Hatchery.
Only one single point barbless hook is allowed.
Bait is allowed on the Quillayute and on the Sol Duc until July 15, with bait prohibited on the Sol Duc from July 16-31.
Peninsula Daily News