Much of the Quillayute River system reopened to fishing Saturday following closures for low water levels. The Quillayute River, as well as sections of the Sol Duc, Bogachiel, Calawah and Dickey rivers, reopened for fishing, but anglers must release all chinook salmon, the state Department of Fish and Wildlife announced Friday.
Olympic National Park has closed recreational fishing at its sections of the Quillayute and Dickey rivers until Monday. Fish and Wildlife, Olympic National Park and the Quileute Tribe closed these rivers to fishing Oct. 16 when low river flows impeded salmon returning to spawning grounds.
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