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  1. › region › west-coastWest Coast | NOAA Fisheries

    We collaborate extensively with the Pacific Fishery Management Council, Native American Indian tribes, and the four states within the region in our management of highly migratory species (e.g., tunas, sharks), coastal pelagic species (e.g., sardine and anchovy), groundfish, and salmon, as well as the habitats upon which they rely.

  2. River temperatures increase during warm and dry years, resulting in fish kills of migrating and spawning salmon; these fish kills have consequences several years in the future. 22, 23, 24 In 2015, July water temperatures in the lower Columbia River and its tributaries were higher than in any other year on record, leading to a high rate of ...

  3. Check out the website and social media links at bottom of site for detailed information. There is a Questions tab which will answer most everything. The salmon season is short, from June through Sept. There is a YouTube video, linked off the website updated seasonally, that give you more information.

  4. Jun 12, 2022 · The Carson National Fish Hatchery has been raising salmon and trout populations since the 1930s and has been credited as a major factor in the recovery of Chinook salmon populations on the lower Columbia River. Today, it offers guided tours, showcasing operations and historic buildings constructed by the Civilian Conservation Corps.

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  7. Jul 19, 2022 · In the Tsoo-yess River channels, they can find up to 40 of them within a span of 5-10 minutes. But not every tribe has the resources to keep up with this unchecked proliferation.

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