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Steelheaders regain access to The Wall at Litttle Goose Dam

Little Goose Dam 25 miles north of Dayton, Washington, on the Snake River. (File / The Spokesman-Review)
Little Goose Dam 25 miles north of Dayton, Washington, on the Snake River. (File / The Spokesman-Review)

FISHING Access to Little Goose Lock and Dam’s tailrace fishing wall and day-use area reopened to visitors on Monday, according to operations officials at the dam near Starbuck, Washington.

The bascule bridge crossing the downstream navigation lock approach was temporarily closed to public access Jan. 5 to accommodate contractors moving one of the downstream lock gate leafs out of position to replace its pintle assembly.

The Wall provides a steelhead fishery for anglers geared up with stout rods and tackle.




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