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Buoy 10 season set up to hopefully avoid last year’s closures

Chinook adults, coho runs expected to be strong

By TERRY OTTO, for The Columbian
Published: July 29, 2023, 5:50am
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Happy clients of Team Hook-Up Guide Service pose in Astoria, Ore., with their fish. Last year?s fishery was cut short, but the WDFW is trying a different season structure to hopefully avoid a closure again this year.
Happy clients of Team Hook-Up Guide Service pose in Astoria, Ore., with their fish. Last year?s fishery was cut short, but the WDFW is trying a different season structure to hopefully avoid a closure again this year. (Team Hook-up Guide Service photo) Photo Gallery

While the forecasted runs of Chinook and coho look pretty good, everyone is wondering if there will be a full Buoy 10 season after a shutdown last year put an early end to the fun.

The Buoy 10 fishery — the largest salmon fishery in the lower 48 states — is set to begin Tuesday, Aug.

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