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September 9, 2011 at 11:45 AM

McAllister Creek open for salmon fishing

McAllister Creek in South Puget Sound is now open through Nov. 30 to salmon retention.

McAllister Creek is located in Thurston County and fishing is allowed from the mouth upstream to Steilacoom Road Bridge.

The fishery was approved during the North of Falcon preseason planning process, but was inadvertently omitted from the 2011/12 Sportfishing Rules Pamphlet.

The daily limit is six salmon, and up to two adults may be retained. Selective gear rules will be in effect, except that bait is allowed.

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