jack regulations?

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here2fish
How small does a nook have to be in order to be classified a jack? What are the regs on the Sandy for them?

thanks
 
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PDXKush
Under 24" = Chinook Jack - You are allowed 5 per day if I am not mistaken.
 
F
FishSchooler
On the bonneville dam website, it says Chinook jacks are less than 22" and coho jacks are less than 18"
 
K
Kodiak
PDXKush said:
Under 24" = Chinook Jack - You are allowed 5 per day if I am not mistaken.

And from what I've been told they must be clipped
 
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PDXKush
I just read this and they do not need to be clipped per OFDW...

•· Open for jack chinook salmon (Clipped or Not) from June 16 onward. Jacks are defined as chinook salmon less than 24” long.

It also says...
Open for adult chinook salmon (Clipped or Not) from June 22-July 5.

Does that mean Natives are fair game??

But this is for the Columbia River. Need to check the manual to be 100%. Peace
 
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PDXKush
FishSchooler said:
On the bonneville dam website, it says Chinook jacks are less than 22" and coho jacks are less than 18"


That website is not up to date - Here is the most recent release from ODFW directly ---

ODFW - News Release - Commission approves coastal coho, fall chinook seasons

This is copied direct from the site -

Tongue Point upstream to the I-5 Bridge:

•· Open for adipose fin-clipped steelhead from June 12-Dec. 31.
•· Open for sockeye salmon from June 12-July 31; all sockeye count towards the adult daily bag limit.
•· Open for jack chinook salmon from June 12 onward. Through June 15, jacks must be adipose fin-clipped to be retained; from June 16 onward, jacks may be retained whether they are fin-clipped or not. Jacks are defined as chinook salmon less than 24” long.
•· Open for adult chinook salmon (clipped or not) from June 22–July 5.
•· The combined daily bag limit is two adults and five jacks.


I-5 Bridge upstream to Bonneville Dam:

•· Open for adipose fin-clipped steelhead from June 16-Dec. 31.
•· Open for sockeye salmon (must be tagged as adults) from June 16-July 31.
•· Open for jack chinook salmon (clipped or not) from June 16 onward. Jacks are defined as chinook salmon less than 24” long.
•· Open for adult chinook salmon (clipped or not) from June 22-July 5.
•· The combined daily bag limit is two adults and five jacks.
 
C
catphish
"Thorough, Mr. Lebowski. he is very thorough." lol
Good researching bro. Crap, my one year old nephew just dropped my dogs tennis ball into my pint of beer. I love this kid. out.
 
P
PDXKush
Lebowski....lol...a lot of people tell me I remind them of Him. He is Great !
 

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