Fishing will close on the Nisqually River Jan. 6-31, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife announced Friday.
The agency states the closure is because “In-season data suggests that the chum run is lower than forecast and the escapement goal may not be met. Both WDFW and the Nisqually Tribe are closing their respective fisheries.”
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