The Klickitat remains in perfect shape. Fall chinook are spawning big time. If you see mounds of clean rocks please don’t walk on them. There are eggs down there and more might survive if you choose to walk away from them. Fall chinook are not endemic to the Klickitat but these days they are here and reproducing big time. I understand the desire wild fish and agree with it but I also see these fall chinook as wild fish because the eggs are in the gravel and if they return as adults they have completed their life-cycle successfully. If their progeny survive to spawn again then their progeny are wild. Nature makes the decisions on what survives and what doesn’t.
.We had rain this morning but the river remains in perfect shape.