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Each week we round-up the latest news in fishing from the Northwest and beyond. If you have a tip, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Skagit River Season Extended Sufficient numbers of sockeye have returned to the Skagit River to allow the fishing season to be extended through July 21, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife […]
Tippets: Move to Repeal Water Pollution Regulation, Fish Friendly Roads, Skeena Sockeye Run Lowest on Record
The Trump administration recently took steps toward repealing an Obama-era regulation designed to limit water pollution. The rule, known as the Waters of the United States, was “issued under the authority of the 1972 Clean Water Act, the rule has … more →
Each week we round-up the top fishing news from the Northwest and beyond. Do you have a news tip? E-mail us at news /at/ salmonuniversity.com. Buoy 10 Fishery Extended, Lake Wenatchee and Tilton River to Close Lake Wentachee will close to sockeye salmon fishing on September 5. According to the Washington Department of Fish and […]
This film from Magnus Jepson features some fantastic aerial footage of fly fishing for kings and sockeye in Alaska.
Each week we round-up the top fishing news from the Northwest and ... ...il us at news /at/ salmonuniversity.com. Lake Wenatchee Opens for Sockeye Lake Wenatchee opens to sockeye salmon fishing this Wednesday (July 20), the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) has announced Based on current sockeye […]
Each week we round-up the top fishing news from the Northwest and beyond. Do you have a news tip? E-mail us at news /at/ salmonuniversity.com. Gavin to Present Free Columbia River Salmon Seminar Salmon University staff member Mark Gavin will present a free seminar on King and Sockeye Salmon opportunities on the Columbia River at […]
Tippets: Sockeye Decimated by Warm Waters, Whole Foods to Sell Lionfish, Great Lakes Salmon, Smith River Mine Op-ed, Bizarre B.C. Fish Ladder
Due to unprecedented warm waters, ninety-nine percent of the Snake River sockeye salmon counted at Bonneville Dam on the Columbia River near Portland in 2015 died before reaching Idaho’s Sawtooth Valley. Rocky Barker reports via The Idaho Statesman. Lionfish are … more →
Tippets: Saving California’s Salmon, Travels of Dorado, The Colorado River’s Drought, Snake River Sockeye
A recent article in The New York Times examines the history and present workings of hatcheries. Dr. John Carlos Garza, a geneticist working to save California’s threatened salmon populations, wrote critically about the role of hatcheries in a recent report. “It’s … more →
The Skagit River watershed is home to five species of wild Pacific salmon: chinook, chum, pink, sockeye and coho, as well as steelhead. However, all are facing a threatened future due to climate change, invasive species and habitat degradation. “The … more →
New efforts in Idaho are being concentrated on addressing threats to the sockeye salmon population in the Snake River. Patagonia has long been known for their environmental and corporate responsibility. And their recent self-financed and award-winning environmental documentary, “Dam Nation,” … more →