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    Re: Klamath River Salmon counts

    [QUOTE=SteelyMan;1155959]Quota has been met, retention of adult Salmon closed.[/QUOTE

    Also in the Supplemental..pg. 8..section 2b- it basically says from the Klamath River downstream of the Hwy. 96 at Weitchpec...Once the quota has been met anglers may still retain a limit of 2 Chinook salmon under 22 inches in length, 0 fish over 22 inches in length until Dec. 31.

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    Re: Klamath River Salmon counts

    Quota has been met, retention of adult Salmon closed.

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    Re: Klamath River Salmon counts

    Quote Originally Posted by SteelyMan View Post
    The quota will be reached before the weekend,, it will be closed by Friday. (for adult retention)
    93% today

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    Re: Klamath River Salmon counts

    Quote Originally Posted by SteelyMan View Post
    The quota will be reached before the weekend,, it will be closed by Friday. (for adult retention)

    90% today

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    Re: Klamath River Salmon counts

    The quota will be reached before the weekend,, it will be closed by Friday. (for adult retention)

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    Re: Klamath River Salmon counts

    Lots of salmon being caught couple of days ago.

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    Re: Klamath River Salmon counts

    Quote Originally Posted by POPPOP View Post
    Anybody know the catch counts for the lower Klamath as of today
    I'm not sure if this the exact area of the lower Klamath you're wanting but I found this from a few days back:


    Ron Ruchong and Margie Cook from Hamilton, Montana landed a pair of nice kings on a recent trip to the Klamath River. The spit area closed to fishing as of Monday, but upriver from the estuary to the Hwy. 96 bridge at Weitchpec remains open to the retention of adult king salmon. Photo courtesy of Brice Dusi/Brice Dusi’s Guide Service.


    by Kenny Priest
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    The Labor Day weekend is typically the busiest weekend of the fall season on the Klamath River. And this year was no exception. The river was crowded, with plenty of boats and bank anglers trying to land the prized king salmon. Here’s what we know after the dust has settled. The Klamath “spit area”, which is within 100 yards of the channel through the sand spit formed at the Klamath River mouth, closed to fishing as of Monday, Sept. 3 at 11:59 p.m. The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) predicted they would meet Area 1 quota (below the 101 bridge) of 524 adult salmon by the end of the day on Monday. And they were pretty darn close. After Monday’s fishing ended, the CDFW counted 519 adult kings. As a reminder, only the spit area is closed to fishing, the estuary will remain open until the entire lower river quota is met. And speaking of the lower river, or Area 2, we still have some adult kings available for harvest. As of Monday, Sept. 3, 1,189 of the 1,745 quota of adults have been harvested from the hwy. 96 bridge at Weitchpec to the mouth. This leaves roughly 556 adults remaining for harvest. With the big crowds mostly gone, hopefully we’ll get another couple of weeks out of the quota. Once the quota has been met, anglers may still retain a limit of Chinook salmon under 22 inches in length.


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    Klamath River Salmon counts

    Anybody know the catch counts for the lower Klamath as of today

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