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September 10, 2011 at 11:43 AM

Wild chinook release begins soon in the Tilton River

Starting Monday, Sept. 12 anglers will need to release wild chinook salmon in the Tilton River until further notice.

This includes all of the Tilton River from mouth to the West Fork. All hatchery fall chinook being released into the Tilton River are now adipose fin clipped, allowing selective fishing rules to go into effect.

The daily limit is six, and up to two adult hatchery chinook may be retained. Release wild coho.

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