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July 5, 2011 at 9:56 PM

Columbia River summer chinook return coming under the preseason forecast, but sockeye remain on par

The Washington and Oregon Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) met today to update Columbia River run sizes.

The summer chinook inseason forecast calls for 77,000 adults at the river mouth compared to the 91,900 preseason forecast.

As for sockeye the TAC stayed with preseason forecast of 161,900 at river mouth.

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