Daily steelhead limit on the Snake River in Washington reduced for this Fall’s season

Anglers will be able to keep only one hatchery steelhead a day this Fall on the Lower Snake River in Washington.  The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife cut the daily limit in half with this Fall’s run expected to be below average.  B run steelhead over 28 inches must be released.  The steelhead fishing season on the Snake in Washington starts on Sunday.