RodeoNorthwest Professional Rodeo Association Standings
as of June 21
(Top 10 Competitors)
Bareback Riding - 1. Mason Stafford, Prineville, $1,667.77; 2. George Gillespie, Midland, $929.15; 3. Jared Bain, Haines, $815.63; 4. Jonathon Rickman, Powell Butte, $729.99; 5. Kelly Hewitt, Scio, $472.06; 6. Mark Barkley, Redmond, $470.25; 7. Mike Welsh, Elmira, $382.43; 8. Sam Storts, Coquille, $253.44; 9. Thadd Welsh, Elmira, $252.60; 10. Cody Marshall, Sutherlin, $186.09.
Saddle Bronc Riding - 1. Dusty Otley, Adel, $895.38; 2. Ivan Tibbs, Moses Lake, $618.85; 3. Jimmy Popham, Vancouver, $510.75; 4. Francis Borden, Walla Walla, $433.20; 5. Jack Field, Yakima, $410.57; 6. Ryder Gauteraux, Redmond, $386.40; 7. Russell Beatty, Redmond, $310.40; 8. Bob B. Smith, Pendleton, $276.00; 9. (tie) Brendan Fitzgerald, Lakeview, and Todd McKay, Fossil, $252.70.
Barrel Racing - 1. Amy McHale, Long Beach, $1,275.24; 2. Nikki Esbenshade, Selitz, $1,132.92; 3. Kayde Jo Davenport, Goldendale, 787.03; 4. Lucy Schnabele, Prineville, $706.56; 5. Jennifer Jones, Husum, $701.76; 6. Viki Friedrich, Sakum, 654.81; 7. Tippy Baronak, Cottage Grove, $580.48; 8. Bailey Gow, Roseburg, $537.60; 9. Jennifer Storts, Coquille, $522.24; 10. Bailey Chase, Montague, $432.40.
Breakaway Roping - 1. Sally Jane Brown, Baker City, $1,191.60; 2. Jennifer Erickson, Yelm, $1,095.90; 3. Trisha Legg, La Grande, $963.84; 4. Mitch Dove, Centerville, $666.84; 5. Shannon Hull, Ellensburg, $626.40; 6. Stacy Jones, Oregon City, $583.80; 7. Brenda Mays, Terrebonne, $520.38; 8. Sammy Jo Willis, Terrebonne, $429.74; 9. Shayne Arnold, Glenwood, $407.89; 10. Jennifer Storts, Coquille, $354.38.
Bull Riding - 1. Cody Campbell, Summerville, $3,926.91; 2. Jimmy Floyd, Prineville, $2,120.49; 3. Dan Morse, Everson, $1,669.76; 4. Charlie Barker, Culver, $1,526.53; 5. Cole Harvey, Hermiston, $1,320.80; 6. Shane Ahrens, Roy, $1,256.50; 7. Cody Ford, Umatilla, $1,048.08; 8. Bobby Jay, Medford, $926.60; 9. Kelly Erickson, Weiser, $519.15; 10. San Storts, Coquille, $467.36.
Cow Milking - 1. Mike Erickson, Yelm, $557.80; 2. Matt Erb, Roy, $556.80; 3. Mike Thiele, Goldendale, $540.00; 4. Nate Kayser, Centerville, $462.80; 5. Trevor Scott, Vancouver, $387.00; 6. Casey Arnold, Glenwood, $380.00; 7. Troy Pfeifer, Gaston, $364.80; 8. Randy Thompson, Yoncalla, $228.00; 9. Brett Hale, Tenino, $172.80.
Tie Down Roping - 1. Brett Hale, Tenino, $1,038.49; 2. Bland Ballard, Wilder, $627.00; 3. Nate Kayser, Centerville, $593.49; 4. Shane Erickson, Terrebonne, $542.88; 5. Casey Green, Warm Springs, $496.38; 6. Justin Talbott, Canby, $452.20; 7. Clint Reeves, Clarkston, $449.28; 8. Sam Willis, Terrebonne, $426.24; 9. Cody Quillan, Yelm, $393.82; 10. Chris Jones, Oregon City, $359.34.
Steer Wrestling - 1. Joe Irzyk, Moro, $710.60; 2. Casey Arnold, Greenwood, $610.29; 3. Trevor Scott, Vancouver, $598.22; 4. Charlie Barker, Culver, $537.23; 5. Shawn Brown, Bend, $493.50; 6. Travis Carnine, Echo, $288.00; 7. David Myers, Goldendale, $259.35; 8. Michael Reger, Redmond, $259.35; 9. Pistol Bray, Yreka, $228.00; 10. Chase MacRae, Centerville, $199.50.
Team Roping-Heading - 1. Larry Goss, Redmond, $1,363.70; 2. Shane Erickson, Terrebonne, $918.72; 3. Justin Tom, Warm Springs, $901.44; 4. Jared Cox, Warden, $760.32; 5. Randy Thompson, Yoncalla, $523.46; 6. Dan Johnston, Mulino, $487.92; 7. Riley Minor, Ellensburg, $485.57; 8. Mike Erickson, Yelm, 464.01; 9. Taylor White, Prosser, $451.25; 10. Jaye Kuebler, Eugene, $443.52.
Team Roping-Heeling - 1. Brady Minor, Ellensburg, $918.72; 2. Casey Green, Warm Springs, $901.44; 3. Dave Duncan, Walla Walla, $769.38; 4. Trevor McCoin, Condon, $760.32; 5. Bobby Alexander, Redmond, $688.75; 6. Jaye Kuebler, Eugene, $688.75; 7. Brian Reece, Bend, $523.46; 8. Alan Bryson, Newberg, $487.92; 9. Bucky Campbell, Benton City, $485.57; 10. Larry Goss, Redmond, $443.52.
Men's All-around - 1. (tie) Charlie Barker and Trevor Scott, 117 points; 3. Casey Arnold, 100; 4. Mike Erickson 96; 5. Bret Hale, 95; 6. Nate Kayser, 92; 7. Casey Green, 89; 8. Randy Thompson, 75; 9. George Gillespie, 71.5; 10. Shane Erickson, 68.
Women's All-around - 1. Brenda Mays, 49; 2. Sammy Jo Willis, 48.
Rookie (Rough Stock) - 1. Cody Ford, 43 points; 2. Brendan Fitzgerald, 25; 3. Bryan Olsen, 19.
Rookie (Timed Event) - Sally Jane Brown, 77 points.
Rookie (Barrel Racing) - Bailey Gow, 31 points.
Ketchum Kalf Rodeo at Glenwood, Wash.
Bareback Riding - 1. Mason Stafford, Prineville, 79 points ($323.50); 2. George Gillespie, Midland, 75 ($267.72); 3. (tie) Jared Bain, Haines, and Kelly Hewitt, Scio, 73 ($184.06 each); 5. (tie) Cody Marshall, Sutherlin, and Jonathon Rickman, Powell Butte, 66, (78.09 each). Saddle Bronc Riding - 1. Russell Beatty, Roseburg, 78 points ($310.40); 2. Lee Felder, Redmond, 75 ($232.80); 3. Jack Field, Yakima, 70, ($155.20); 4. Levi Bunch, Durkee, 68, ($77.60). Bull Riding - 1. Cody Campbell, Summerville, 81 points ($1,895.00). Tie Down Roping - 1. Cody Quillan, Yelm, 12.94 seconds ($393.82); 2. Casey Arnold, Glenwood, 13.07 ($325.92); 3. Coy Patterson, Stanfield, 16.34 ($258.02); 4. Justin Talbott, Canby, 16.94 ($190.12); 5. Ned Kayser, Centerville, 17.10 ($122.22); 6. Chris Jones, Oregon City, 17.53 ($67.90).
Steer Wrestling - 1. Joe Irzyk, Moro, 5.28 seconds ($368.60); 2. David Myers, Goldendale, 7.53 ($276.45); 3. Andy Easterly, Terrebonne, 14.37 ($184.30); 4. Charley Keller, Battle Ground, 15.50 ($92.15). Team Roping - 1. Larry Goss/Jaye Kuebler, 10.57 seconds ($443.78 each); 2. Casey Arnold/Trevor Scott, 13.28 ($369.81 each); 3. Casey Green/Justin Tom, 14.44 ($295.85 each); 4. Mike Erickson/Paul Erickson, 14.96 ($221.89 each); 5. Adrian Frink/Cory Moore, 22.35 ($147.93 each). Barrel Racing - 1. Viki Friedrich, Sakum, 17.63 seconds (520.41); 2. Amy McHale, Long Beach, 17.64 ($430.68); 3. Heidi Yarbor, Deer Island, 17.69 ($340.96); 4. Kayde Jo Davenport, Goldendale, 17.78 ($251.23); 5. (tie) Mary Hays, Hermiston, and Brenda Mays, Terrebonne, 17.81 ($125.62 each). Breakaway Roping - 1. Shayne Arnold, Glenwood, 2.75 seconds ($407.89); 2. Stacy Jones, Oregon City, 3.09 ($337.56); 3. Mitch Dove, Centerville, 3.25 ($267.24); 4. (tie) Kurtis Barry, Olalla, and Dusti Rogers, College Place, 3.66 ($161.75 each); 6. Jeana Bruce, Farmington, 4.16 ($70.33).
All-around Cowboy - Casey Arnold.
Bareback Riding - 1. Mason Stafford, Prineville, 77 points ($334.08); 2. Brian Bain, Culver, 75 ($276.48); 3. (tie) Roger Anderson, Colton and Jared Bain, Haines, 71 ($190.08 each); 5. Ryan Schmelzer, Terrebonne, 69 ($103.68); 6. Mike Welsh, Elmira, 68 ($57.60). Saddle Bronc Riding - 1. (tie) Russell Beatty, Roseburg, and Robert Shannon, Ellensburg, 74 points ($336.00 each); 3. (tie) Levi Bunch, Durkee, and Seth Hammack, Redmond, 73 ($144.00 each). Bull Riding - 1. Charley Barker, Culver, 79 points ($1,809.60); 2. Shane Ahrens, Roy, 72 ($1,486.40). Tie Down Roping - 1. Ryan Gallagher, Merrill, 10.89 seconds ($501.12); 2. Rob Black, Meridian, 12.39 ($414.72); 3. Tyler Rohner, Albany, 12.53 ($328.32); 4. (tie) Joel Jefferies, Caldwell, and Joe Thompson, Camas, 12.91 ($198.72 each); 6. Chris Jones, Oregon City, 13.29 ($86.40).
Steer Wrestling - 1. Shane Radlefinger, Tillamook, 6.32 seconds ($460.80); 2. Casey Arnold, Glenwood, 7.38 ($384.00); 3. Bryan Hanson, Junction City, 7.88 ($307.20); 4. Joe Irzyk, Moro, 13.13 ($230.40); 5. Charlie Barker, Culver, 23.57 ($153.60). Team Roping (Header) - 1. Joe Hamilton, Klamath Falls, 5.44 seconds ($744.72); 2. Joe Bartlett, Eugene, 6.15 ($616.32); 3. Chris McKoen, Merrill, 6.60 ($487.92); 4. Larry Goss, Redmond, 6.74 ($359.52); 5. Brett Hale, Tenino, 6.83 ($231.12); 6. Bobby Alexander, Redmond, 8.42 ($128.40). Team Roping (Heeler) - 1. Casey Awbrey, Merrill, 5.44 seconds ($744.72); 2. Rick Copher, Molalla, 6.15 ($616.32); 3. Ryan Gallagher, Merrill, 6.60 ($487.92); 4. Jaye Kuebler, Eugene, 6.74 ($359.52); 5. Will Schmidt, Benton City, 6.83 ($231.12); 6. Jim Jones, Culver, 8.42 ($128.40). Barrel Racing - 1. Sandee Foster, Maupin, 16.68 seconds ($540.96); 2. Brenda Mays, Terrebonne, 16.89 ($470.40); 3. Jennifer Jones, Husum, 16.95 ($399.84); 4. Hailey Woods, Dallas, 16.99 ($329.28); 5. Bridgett Wynn, Molalla, 17.09 ($258.72); 6. Tippy Baronak, Cottage Grove, 17.12 ($188.16); 7. Sammy Jo Willis, Terrebonne, 17.13 ($117.60); 8. Viki Friedrich, Sakum, 17.19 ($47.04).
Breakaway Roping - 1. Trisha Legg, La Grande, 2.21 seconds ($487.20); 2. Shannon Hull, Ellensburg, 2.26 ($403.20); 3. Jennifer Casey, Kennewick, 2.94 ($319.20); 4. Brenda Mays, Terrebonne, 3.18 ($235.20); 5. Bridgett Wynn, Molalla, 3.41 ($151.20); 6. Jennifer Sorts, Coquille, 3.62 ($84.00).
All-Around Cowboy - Charlie Barker.
SwimmingLa Grande Invitational Swim Meet
at Veteran's Memorial Pool
(John Day Sea Dragons Placers)
25-yard freestyle (10) 29.28.
25-yard backstroke (1) 33.84.
50-yard breaststroke (3) 1:10.09.
25-yard butterfly (3) 34.78.
25-yard breaststroke (5) 32.56.
25-yard freestyle (9) 27.65.
50-yard backstroke (4) 52.09.
100-yard backstroke (5) 1:58.15.
100-yard individual medley (5) 1:52.65.
100-yard freestyle (7) 1:38.09.
50-yard freestyle (7) 47.25.
100-yard breaststroke (7) 2:11.65.
100-yard backstroke (10) 2:13.33.
50-yard backstroke (2) 1:03.40.
100-yard breaststroke (5) 1:56.31.
50-yard breaststroke (6) 47.56.
50-yard butterfly (7) 1:02.09.
50-yard backstroke (5) 49.47.
50-yard butterfly (8) 1:02.48.
100-yard breaststroke (8) 2:08.28.
50-yard freestyle (9) 40:03.
200-yard individual medley (3) 3:38.72.
200-yard breaststroke (5) 4:17.36.
100-yard butterfly (6) 1:43.99.
200-yard backstroke (7) 3:39.43.
50-yard freestyle (8) 33.28.
OutdoorsOregon Department of Fish and Wildlife
Based on a strong return of Columbia River summer chinook, fishery managers from Oregon and Washington moved to implement a nonselective fishery on the river's mainstem, from the Tongue Point upstream to the state border above McNary Dam.
Effective July 1, the decision by the Columbia River Compact allows anglers to keep both adipose and non-adipose fin-clipped chinook salmon and fin-clipped steelhead. Catch limits and other restrictions listed in the 2005 Oregon Sport Fishing Guide remain in effect.
The Compact also approved an extension of the recreational sport sturgeon fishery. Anglers through July 10 are allowed to retain sturgeon while fishing the Columbia, from Wauna Powerlines downstream to Buoy 10, including Young's Bay. Retention is prohibited July 11-14, and allowed again July 15-17. A 45-inch size minimum is in effect.
Sturgeon anglers in the John Day Reservoir and tributaries through the stretch are prohibited from retaining sturgeon starting July 11. The sturgeon fishery is managed for an annual harvest quota of 165 fish, which is expected to be met July 10. Anglers may continue to fish for sturgeon on a catch-and-release basis.
Further details are available on the Ocean Salmon Columbia River Program Web site: (www.dfw.state.or.us), under "Sport Fishing Updates."
Outdoor recreation enthusiasts in southwest Oregon are advised that the U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service is reporting conditions on the open ocean have produced poor feeding opportunities for some seabirds, which may cause birds to die at sea and wash up on the beaches.
If beach-goers find sick or dead seabirds on the beach they should not pick up the birds. Many of them may not survive, and rehabilitating the birds may not be possible. Also, if large numbers of birds are found in any particular area, beach-goers should report it to their local ODFW office.
HUNTING REPORT OCHOCO DISTRICTHunters and wildlife viewers are reminded that motorized vehicle access regulations are in effect on some Ochoco National Forest and BLM lands. These measures are intended, in part, to protect wildlife and other valuable resources. BLM and Ochoco National Forest offices in Prineville should be contacted for more information.
COYOTE: On public lands coyotes will be keying into areas being used by deer for fawning. On private lands concentrations of ground squirrels and marmots will likely be the attractant. Hunters are reminded to have permission from landowners before hunting private lands.
GROUND SQUIRRELS: Ground squirrels are active on private agricultural lands where permission from landowners will be needed to gain access.
NORTHEAST ZONE FISHINGCOLD SPRINGS RESERVOIR: The reservoir is 34 percent full and is being drawn down. The boat launch is not usable.
CUTSFORTH POND: The pond was stocked for the last time the first week of June.
GRANDE RONDE RIVER (LOWER): River flows are declining and trout fishing is fair to good.
IMNAHA RIVER (LOWER): River flows are declining and trout fishing is fair to good.
JOHN DAY RIVER: Smallmouth bass and channel catfish angling success is good. River flows as of June 27 are less than 700 cubic feet per second, which will limit boating access. Flows in the 1,000 to 2,000 cubic feet per second range are best for drift boat and large rafts between Service Creek and Cottonwood Bridge. The stream flow gage at Service Creek is not currently available, however the gage at McDonald Ferry is (http://waterdata.usgs.gov/or/nwis/uv?14048000).
JOHN DAY RIVER BASIN LAKES AND PONDS: With the arrival of warmer weather, angling success in lower elevation ponds and lakes (Rowe Creek, Anson Wright, Seventh Street, Long Creek, Morrow County RV Park, and Cavendar) has been poor to fair.
JUBILEE LAKE: The lake was stocked with legal-sized trout last week.
KINNEY LAKE: Kinney Lake has been stocked with legal-and-trophy-size rainbow trout. Trout fishing should be good.
LADD POND: Located on the Ladd Marsh wildlife refuge. Re-stocked in early June with 500 legal-and 26 trophy- size rainbow trout.
MAGONE AND BULL PRAIRIE LAKES: Angling success has been good for 10-12 inch rainbow and brook trout. The following entries are new additions for stocking and recently open to public angling.
MARR, VICTOR, WALLOWA WILDLIFE, HONEYMOON, TEEPEE, MCGRAW, AND SALT CREEK SUMMIT PONDS: Ponds have been stocked with legal-and trophy-size rainbow trout. Fishing success should be good.
MCHALEY POND: (located on Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs property east of Prairie City): Was stocked with 1,000 rainbow trout as part of a Youth Angling Enhancement Program.
MCKAY RESERVOIR: Fishing for crappie, yellow perch and bass is fair. The catch rates and the size of crappie caught earlier this spring have reduced significantly in recent weeks. Most crappie being caught now are less than 8 inches in length. The reservoir is 50 percent full and is being drawn down. Anglers are reminded that off-road vehicle travel is prohibited on the widlife refuge.
MCNARY, HAT ROCK, WESTON AND TATONE PONDS: No report.
MORGAN LAKE: Trophy and legal sized trout were restocked in June.
MORROW COUNTY RV PARK PONDS: Has been stocked with legal-sized rainbow trout, however warm water may limit success.
NORTH POWDER PONDS: North Powder Pond #1 was re-stocked with 1,000 rainbow trout in May.
PENLAND LAKE: The lake is full and fishing for 8-12 inch trout is good.
ROULET POND: Re-stocked in early June with rainbow trout.
UMATILLA NATIONAL FOREST PONDS: All ponds along USFS Road 54 and the Summit Road (USFS RS 31) have been stocked. For information on the location of these ponds contact the ODFW Pendleton District Office at (541) 276-2344.
UMATILLA RIVER: The spring Chinook season is now closed, effective 11:59 PM on May 13th. Anglers are reminded that targeted angling for bull trout is prohibited.
WILLOW CREEK RESERVOIR: The reservoir has been stocked with legal-sized trout. Fishing for trout and warmwater gamefish is fair.
WALLOWA LAKE: Trout fishing is good. The lake will be stocked this week with legal-size rainbow trout. Kokanee fishing is fair for anglers jigging or trolling between 20 and 40 feet deep. Kokanee are scattered in the lake and are small.
WALLOWA RIVER: River flows are declining and trout fishing is fair to good.
WILLOW CREEK: Due to low stream levels only a small number of trout have been stocked in Willow Creek within Heppner.
WILLOW CREEK RESERVOIR: The reservoir has been stocked with legal-sized trout. Fishing for trout and warmwater gamefish is fair.
VIEWINGBRIDGE CREEK WILDLIFE AREA: Bridge Creek Wildlife Area main entrance gate is now open to allow access for wildlife viewing and hunting. Elk and deer are giving birth and visitors are reminded to leave baby wildlife alone. Approaching too close, touching or moving a calf or fawn may ruin its chance for survival. Visitors are reminded of road closures within the wildlife area. Camping is permitted within 300 feet of the main road.
COLUMBIA RIVER REFUGE: Excellent wildlife viewing opportunities. Call (541) 922-4661 for more information.
COLUMBIA RIVER WILDLIFE AREAS: Game birds are nesting and rearing broods at this time. Please keep all dogs on leashes. Open fires are not permitted on wildlife areas because of fire danger. Please pack out all garbage and have a safe trip.
COLUMBIA RIVER AREA: Many spring bird migrants are traveling through. Now is the peak time for observing aquatic and shore birds. Bird enthusiasts can contact Umatilla NWR for viewing route information and recent bird sightings at (509) 545-8588.
ELKHORN WILDLIFE AREA: The wildlife area is open for visitors and remains open until December 1. Elk and deer are giving birth and visitors are reminded to leave baby wildlife alone. Approaching to close, touching or moving a calf or fawn may ruin its chance for survival. Visitors are reminded of road closures within the wildlife area.
Turkey, Spring Bear and Cougar seasons are closed. The campground is now open. Campers are reminded of the 14 day limit per stay.
IRRIGON WILDLIFE AREA: The Irrigon Wildlife Area Heritage trail is getting more use with the warmer weather. Remember to keep horses on main trail. A Wetland Enhancement project is scheduled to begin on/around mid July. There are three areas that are to be excavated. These Wetland areas (13 acres) will provide additional hunting, fishing and bird watching on the wildlife area.
LADD MARSH WILDLIFE AREA: Wildlife viewing remains good as the nesting period continues at Ladd Marsh. Habitat conditions are excellent due to spring precipitation. Waterfowl broods and shore bird young are common throughout the area. Antelope continue to use the area east of Pierce Road and south of Highway 203. Fawn production was excellent this year. Shore birds including avocets, black-necked stilts and yellowlegs can be seen working the shorelines of the wetlands along Peach Road. White Pelicans can be seen feeding and loafing in the wetlands also. Bank swallows have returned to their colony on the north end of Peach Road. Many raptors have young in the nest now and Osprey are incubating at two nesting platforms near Hot Lake and east of the overlook on Foothill Road. Short eared owls can be seen off of Pierce Road and the auto route. Sandhill crane colts can be seen south of the overlook on Foothill. Duck and goose broods can be seen throughout the marsh.
Most of Ladd Marsh remains closed for the nesting period. The areas open include the automobile route and walking trail at the Tule Lake area off of Peach Road, the Glass Hill area above Foothill Road and the nature trail just east of Interstate 84. Dogs are prohibited on the area during the nesting period.
UMATILLA NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE: Excellent wildlife viewing opportunities. Call (541) 922-4661 for more information about the refuge.
WENAHA WILDLIFE AREA: Deer & elk are starting to scatter to higher elevations but can still be seen occasionally from the Eden Bench road. Big Horn sheep can be seen on the cliff faces adjacent to the Grande Ronde River road. Birding is excellent at all elevations this time of year. The Wildlife Area is open to hunting during all legal seasons and for non-motorized recreation year round. Due to a State Parks Administrative Rule, open fires are prohibited year round with in 1/4 mile of the Grande Ronde River between Wildcat Bridge and the State Line. This area is designated as a scenic waterway. The area includes BLM lands as well as State owned lands. Fires are permitted if contained within fire pans, but all debris and ashes must be packed out.
WILLOW CREEK WILDLIFE AREA: The area has been planted with a mixture of upland game bird seed which will provide food and cover for the birds.
SNAKE RIVER ZONE FISHINGBROWNLEE RESERVOIR: Smallmouth bass fishing has been very good. Crappie fishing has been spotty but the fish are big (trolling is best right now). Catfishing is good. Perch fishing has been good in coves. Trout fishing has been excellent near the mouths of streams. The reservoir is 3 feet below full. Call Idaho Power Company's recording at 1-800-422-3143 to get information on access at recreational sites or visit under the "Rivers and Recreation" heading. For reservoir level information: (www.nwd-wc.usace.army.mil/perl/dataquery.pl?k=brownlee)
HELLS CANYON RESERVOIR: Bass fishing has been great. Catfishing has been good. Crappie fishing has been spotty. Trout fishing has been great near stream mouths. Some large sturgeon have been caught in the reservoir lately (catch and release only).
OXBOW RESERVOIR: Bass fishing has been great. Catfish has been good. Trout fishing has been great near stream mouths. Crappie fishing has been spotty. Catch and release only for bass until July 1.
SNAKE RIVER, HELLS CANYON DAM TO THE STATE LINE: Chinook angling closed on June 20. Smallmouth bass, trout, and catfish angling have been good. Catch and release for sturgeon has been good as well.