Fishing daily limits in Grays Harbor waters are being reduced.
The Washington State Department of Fish & Wildlife have announced that starting on Saturday the adult portion of salmon daily limits are reduced from Grays Harbor north to the Hoh River.
This reduces the salmon daily limit to no more than 1 adult fish.
The change will be in effect starting Saturday, November 16 and running until further notice.
According to the announcement, the coho returns in Grays Harbor and elsewhere appear to be significantly lower than preseason predictions.
These reduction is a conservation measure being taken to ensure escapement goals are met.
Anglers are advised to refer to the 2019-20 Washington Sport Fishing Rules pamphlet for other ongoing fishing opportunities, available online at http://wdfw.wa.gov/fishing/regulations/.
For updated regulations in waters within the Olympic National Park, visit http://www.windsox.us/VISITOR/ONPS_Fishing/Fishing_Regulations.html.
Additional information can be requested from the WDFW Region 6 Montesano office at 360-249-4628.