Science on the Street October-November 2017

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Links to recently-released peer-reviewed papers related to salmon recovery. Full Article Access – We... Read More → Science on the Street October-November 2017

Popular Fall Fishing for Upriver Bright Chinook in the Hanford Reach

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Fall is a great time to get out and fish with over half a million Fall Chinook entering the Columbia River.... Read More → Popular Fall Fishing for Upriver Bright Chinook in the Hanford Reach

Upper Columbia Fishing by the Numbers, a Fall 2017 Update

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For the second year in a row, steelhead returns to the Upper Columbia are expected to be well below the level... Read More → Upper Columbia Fishing by the Numbers, a Fall 2017 Update

Migrating Salmon Viewpoints in the Wenatchee for Fall 2017

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Want a good spot to watch migrating salmon this fall? Greer Maier, Science Program Manager, took this picture... Read More → Migrating Salmon Viewpoints in the Wenatchee for Fall 2017

Dave Graybill appointed to Wildlife Commission

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OLYMPIA – Dave “Fishin’ Magician” Graybill has been appointed by Gov. Jay Inslee to the Washington... Read More → Dave Graybill appointed to Wildlife Commission

The White River Wood Atonement Project

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Cascade Columbia Fisheries Enhancement Group (CCFEG) sponsored the White River Wood Atonement project which... Read More → The White River Wood Atonement Project

2014: Record Sockeye Numbers in the Okanogan

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To date, more than 600,000 Sockeye have passed Bonneville in 2014, making this season the highest on record... Read More → 2014: Record Sockeye Numbers in the Okanogan

December 4, 2014: Salmon Recovery Projects Awarded $18 Million in Grants

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The Washington Salmon Recovery Funding Board announced Dec. 4, 2014 that organizations in 29 counties were... Read More → December 4, 2014: Salmon Recovery Projects Awarded $18 Million in Grants