A Skagit River steelhead. (Mike Benbow photo)

A Skagit River steelhead. (Mike Benbow photo)

Government shutdown likely to delay Skagit steelhead fishery

The catch-and-release fishery for steelhead on the Skagit and Sauk rivers was set to open Feb. 1.

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