Lengthy ocean season ahead for salmon anglers – Times-Standard https://t.co/WQhrzlvqNt
— PFMC (@PacificCouncil) March 14, 2019
The Pacific Fishery Management Council announced a trio of preliminary management plans for ocean salmon fishing along the North Coast just south of the Oregon border. Check out the plans here.
The Eureka Times-Standard broke down the three potential alternatives:
The three alternatives currently on the table: May 25-September 8https://twitter.com/PacificCouncil/status/1106284804767657987, or May 25-September 4, or May 25-September 2.
All three scenarios are the same, two fish per day, seven days a week, Chinook only, 20-inch minimum size. From Horse Mountain to Point Arena, which includes Shelter Cove and Fort Bragg, the three alternatives are: April 13 to Oct. 31; or April 13 to Oct. 31; or April 13 to May 31 and June 22 to Sept. 30.
All three scenarios are the same, two fish per day, seven days a week, Chinook only, 20-inch minimum size.