Snoqualmie River Back to Washington

Fishing Rules

All Species
Selective gear rules.
Jun 02 thru Nov 30
Other Game Fish
Statewide minimum size/daily limit.
Jun 03 thru Feb 15
Minimum size 14". Daily limit 2.
Jun 03 thru Feb 15
Daily limit 3. Release CHINOOK and CHUM.
Sep 01 thru Dec 31
All Species
Night closure
Sep 01 thru Nov 30
Water Quality

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Additional Information


From boat ramp at Plum access to Snoqualmie Falls.

CLOSED WATERS: within Puget Power tunner at falls and within 50' of any point on Puget Power's lower plant #2 building (north bank)

Fishing from any floating device prohibited from boat ramp at Plum access to mouth of Tokul Creek (¼ mile).

Snohomish, Skykomish and Snoqualmie rivers to close to pink salmon fishing
Action: Closes the Snohomish River, including the Skykomish and Snoqualmie rivers, to the retention of pink salmon.

Effective Date: Sept. 22, 2017, until further notice.

Species affected: Pink salmon.

Reason for action: The rule is necessary to protect returning pink runs to the Snohomish River Watershed. In-season run-size assessments conducted by state and tribal co-managers indicate that pink run sizes are below the escapement goal in the Snohomish basin.
Other information: The Skykomish and Snoqualmie rivers are tributaries to the Snohomish River and will also close to the retention of pink salmon. The rivers will still be open to fishing for other species of salmon, with a daily limit of three coho. The Wallace River, another tributary to the Snohomish River, remains closed to all fishing. Check the 2017-18 Fishing Rules Pamphlet for specific regulations.

Information contact: Mill Creek Regional Office: (425) 775-1311.

Boat Launch:
Two Poles Allowed:
Kids Only:
County: King State: WA Country: United States

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