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Spring Chinook Must Be Released on the Kalama River

Action:  Kalama River anglers must release all spring chinook salmon. Species affected:  Chinook salmon. Effective dates: May 29 through July 31, 2012. Location:  From the boundary markers at the mouth to the upper salmon hatchery.  Reason for action:  Through May 18, six hatchery adult spring chinook have returned to Kalama Falls Hatchery, well below…


Sockeye Released in Redfish Lake, Hatchery Opens

State, federal and Shoshone-Bannock officials released more than 50 adult sockeye to spawn in Redfish Lake Tuesday morning September 2. Idaho Gov. C.L. “Butch” Otter and officials with Idaho Fish and Game, the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes, the Bonneville Power Administration and NOAA Fisheries released the fish as part of the ongoing…


CA DFG Announces Closure of Central Valley Recreational Salmon Fishing

The 2008 recreational salmon fishing closures in the Central Valley go into effect Thursday, July 3, 2008 to protect Sacramento River fall Chinook (SRFC) salmon. No Chinook are allowed to be kept anywhere on the Sacramento and San Joaquin rivers or any of their tributaries, including the American and Feather…


DFG Announces Changes to Central Valley Recreational Salmon Fishing Regulations

New recreational salmon fishing regulations for the Central Valley of California go into effective on or about July 1, 2008. These regulations are the strictest ever enacted. On May 9, 2008, the Fish and Game Commission voted to close all Central Valley rivers and streams to the retention of salmon…


Ocean Salmon Fishery Opens June 1 With a Focus on Chinook, Conservation

OLYMPIA – The sport fishery for salmon begins June 1 off the southern coast of Washington, where the first anglers of the season will cast off from Westport and Ilwaco a full month earlier than usual. On June 3, salmon fishing begins on the north coast out of LaPush and…


NOAA’s Fisheries Service Issues Far-Reaching Plans for Protecting Northwest Salmon

NOAA’s Fisheries Service, the federal agency charged with protecting Northwest salmon listed under the Endangered Species Act, released today a trio of biological opinions that provide comprehensive, far-reaching plans for the protected salmon species. A biological opinion, a requirement of the ESA, sets forth benchmarks other federal agencies must meet…