No salmon punch cards required for Trinity/Klamath Rivers

Klamath River - Middle


by Kenny Priest
8-31-2017
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According to the CA Dept. of Fish and Wildlife, during the salmon closures on both the Klamath and Trinity Rivers, you do not need to have a salmon punch card while angling for steelhead. But you will need one if you plan on fishing the Smith River, per usual. As a reminder, the Klamath is currently closed to salmon fishing and the Trinity will close beginning Sept. 1. Both rivers will remain open to steelhead fishing. For the complete list of Klamath/Trinity regulations, visit nrm.dfg.ca.gov/FileHandler.ashx?DocumentID=147891


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