Fall chinook season wrapping up
Salmon fishing will end for the year when harvest season on the Snake River ends Nov. 17.
The season ended October 31 in the Clearwater and Salmon rivers and in the Snake River, except the reach from Cliff Mountain Rapids to Hells Canyon Dam, which closes Nov. 17.
As of Nov. 1, anglers had caught and kept 150 marked adults and 22 jack fall chinook and caught and released 460 unmarked fish in the lower Clearwater River. They caught and kept 540 marked adults and 133 marked jacks, and released 57 marked fish in the Snake River. Anglers also caught and released 2,889 unmarked fish in the Snake River.
Snow piling up at area resorts
Storm systems will bring more snow to Bogus Basin, Tamarack and Brundage on Wednesday, according to the National Weather Service.
Bogus Basin has a base depth of 11 inches. Brundage’s has a base depth of 14 inches. Sun Valley has 6 inches at the base.
The National Weather Service isn’t expecting an accumulation of snow in the Treasure Valley anytime soon, though a little snow could fall on Wednesday. Temperatures will warm up a bit on Saturday when it will be mostly sunny with highs in the low 50s.