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    Portland, Oregon (AP)

    A larger than expected run of fall Chinook salmon has extended the Columbia River Treaty Tribes fishery through the end of the week.

    The tribes say the run of salmon called “upriver bright Chinook” is expected to surpass 200,000 fish at Bonneville Dam.

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