October 21, 2015
Stuart Rosenberger of Boise landed this fall chinook near Lewiston in September, which is the peak of the run. Fall chinook commonly run in the 15 to 20-pound range and on average are larger than spring or summer chinook.
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Big fish, and lots of them. What’s not to like? When it comes to Idaho’s fall chinook, the answer is not as simple as you might think, but the fall chinook are in Idaho in near-record numbers and anglers are catching them.