It is unlawful in the Columbia River and its tributaries to:
(1) Take salmon for commercial purposes east of its confluence with the Deschutes River.
(2) Take food fish for commercial purposes in a closed area at and adjacent to the mouth of the Sandy River, Hood River and Deschutes River. The closed area shall be one-fourth of a mile in width, extending out into the Columbia River at right angles to the thread of the stream, and one mile in length below the upper or right-hand bank or shoreline of such tributary where the tributary intersects the left-hand bank or shoreline of the Columbia River. [1965 c.570 §140; 1969 c.358 §1; 1989 c.126 §1]Section: Previous 511.010 511.011 511.016 511.055 511.060 511.070 511.105 511.106 511.110 511.115 511.120 511.125 511.130 511.135 511.140 Next
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