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Tag: Cascade River

Jan.
15th

Lower stretch of Cascade River reopens Wednesday

The lower section of the river will reopen to fishing for all game fish starting Wednesday. Reopening is the stretch from the mouth upstream to Rockport-Cascade Road, according to the state Department of Fish and Wildlife.

State fishery managers had closed the river because they were concerned hatchery winter steelhead broodstock collection would not meet its goal. On Monday afternoon, the department announced the hatchery staff had collected enough fish, allowing rhe river to reopen to fishing for all gamefish.

Jan.
8th

Lower Cascade River to reopen to fishing

The state has announced the lower section of the Cascade River that has been closed will re-open to fishing for game fish starting Sunday.

The section that is reopening runs from the mouth upstream to Rockport-Cascade Road Bridge.

The state said it is reopening fishing because hatchery winter steelhead broodstock collection goals have been reached.

Anglers should check the sport fishing rules pamphlet Edition for a complete listing of fishing seasons and regulations.

Dec.
16th

Cascade River steelhead fishing to close Saturday

Low steelhead returns to the Marblemount Hatchery have prompted the state Department of Fish and Wildlife to close Saturday a portion of the Cascade River.

The river will be closed from the mouth upstream to the Rockport-Cascade Road Bridge to ensure enough steelhead make it back to the hatchery to meet spawning goals, said Bob Leland, the department’s steelhead program manager.

That portion of the Cascade is scheduled to reopen to recreational fishing Feb. 1. Leland said, however, if spawning goals are met before then, the department could reopen the river sooner.

“Because pre-season forecasts for steelhead

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