Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife Regulation Changes for the Imnaha River

Imnaha River - Imnaha, OR (Wallowa County)

by OR Department of Fish & Wildlife Staff

July 5 through July 7 open to adipose fin-clipped adult and jack spring chinook. Daily bag limit is two adipose fin-clipped adult chinook and five fin-clipped jack chinook (two daily jack limits in possession).

Beginning July 8, harvest will be limited to fin-clipped jack chinook only, with a daily limit of five. Jack chinook are salmon between 15 and 24-inches long.

Anglers do not need to record jacks on the combined angling tag, but they cannot continue fishing for jacks once they have caught their daily limit of two adult chinook.

All non-adipose fin-clipped (wild) chinook must be released unharmed.

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