Hoh River

HOH RIVER — The Hoh River from the Olympic National Park boundary upstream to the boat launch at the DNR’s Oxbow Campground will open for hatchery chinook, trout and hatchery steelhead on June 1 and will run through June 30.

The Hoh River wild spring and summer chinook are projected to return in numbers sufficient to allow incidental release impacts allowing sport fishery to target trout and dip-in hatchery chinook during June. 

Only 1 barbless hook, with up to 3 points may be used. Bait is prohibited.

The daily chinook salmon limit is 1 hatchery chinook, min. size 12 inches; with all other salmon required to be released.

The trout daily limit is 2, min. size 14 inches; all wild rainbow trout will need to be released.

Anglers are able to retain up to 2 hatchery steelhead under statewide gamefish rules, all wild steelhead must be released.

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