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Pacific Salmon Commission Update

Pacific Salmon Commission Update

The Pacific Salmon Commission (PSC) meeting cycle is coming up. The post-season meeting will be January 13-16 in Portland and the annual meeting will be February 10-13 in Vancouver, BC. The PSC process covers a wide range of fisheries from the Fraser River sockeye and...

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Striped Bass in the Columbia River?!

Striped Bass in the Columbia River?!

This summer, striped bass—also known as  “striper”—were recorded several times this summer in the Columbia River. Striped bass are native to the East Coast, but have been non-native residents of the West Coast since the 1880s. Though they are primarily a marine...

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Looking Back; Looking Forward

Looking Back; Looking Forward

Our upcoming annual report includes a section looking back over CRITFC’s three and a half decades. While going through the list of accomplishments, I couldn’t help but look forward to some new challenges that await us. The toxic contamination in the waters of the...

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Tribal Steelhead Kelt Project

Tribal Steelhead Kelt Project

On October 17, tribal and CRITFC staff released 57 adult steelhead that had been successfully reconditioned as part of a CRITFC/Nez Perce research program. Through the program, post-spawn adult steelhead are trapped at Lower Granite Dam, transported to Dworshak...

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Record Fall Chinook Run

Record Fall Chinook Run

This year has been a record-breaking run for the fall chinook salmon. The run has broken both the single day and total run records. The first record broken was for the single day fall chinook passage at Bonneville Dam. On September 9, 63,870 chinook passed. This broke...

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