EVALUATION OF IDAHO STEELHEAD HARVEST FOR LOWER SNAKE RIVER COMPENSATION PLAN HATCHERY PROGRAMS September 1, 1998 to April 30, 1999 Annual Report By Jon Hansen Marsha White Idaho Department of Fish and Game Fisheries Research—LSRCP Hatchery Evaluation Studies P.O. Box 25 Boise, ID 83707 To U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Sport Catch Statistics - Salmon, Steelhead and Sturgeon. The reports on this page represent harvest statistics gathered from sports harvest angler tags (punch cards) returned by anglers to ODFW. This sports harvest data has not been verified by ODFW and may be inaccurate for several reasons. The Oregon Department of Transportation may make exceptions to this rule for highway safety. Major debris from harvest must be removed quickly from roadways. Replanting of a harvest site along designated scenic highway must occur within one year of harvest, rather than the usual two years. See Oregon Revised Statute 527.755 for more information
The Oregon Department of Transportation may make exceptions to this rule for highway safety. Major debris from harvest must be removed quickly from roadways. Replanting of a harvest site along designated scenic highway must occur within one year of harvest, rather than the usual two years. See Oregon Revised Statute 527.755 for more information From killer whales slicing through waves to salmon jumping rapids on their journey home, marine life fills and defines the waters of the West Coast. Fishing the Pacific lifts spirits, feeds families and supports the economies of California, Oregon, Washington, and Idaho. We harvest close to a ... Hatchery salmon or steelhead can be recorded on either the Combined Angling Tag or a Hatchery Harvest Tag, but hatchery catch must be recorded on one of these tags. Anglers may purchase multiple Hatchery Harvest Tags to record hatchery salmon and steelhead harvested, in lieu of recording these fish on the Combined Angling Tag. Unlike other sport statewide harvest in this report presented in an annual format, steelhead harvest is reported by "run year." For example, steelhead that make up the 1996 winter/spring spawning season enter Washington rivers as early as March or April of 1995, but will not spawn until early 1996. Wild steelhead spawning continues into late ... Oregon Fish Reports has been serving Oregon since January 2016. We have river reports, charter boat reports, guide reports and much more. Please browse our resource to find fishing information from the Columbia River down to the Brookings, OR and everything in between.
Weather chasing salmon or steelhead the Rogue River is a must for every angler. From the hatchery at the Lost Creek Reservoir all the way to the mouth at Gold Beach, Oregon, the mighty Rogue River produces some great fishing. Rogue River fishing guide Mario Gomez of Ironhead Guide Service will put you front and center in great Rogue River ... Southwest Oregon Fishing Reports. From ODF&W. A series of winter storms arriving at the Oregon coast over the last week or so has pretty much kept recreational anglers off the ocean. So no new reports or information on how bottomfish fishing has been. Trout anglers can still catch fish that were stocked earlier in the year. When harvest was drastically reduced on Alaska’s Situk River, wild steelhead rebounded. When releases of hatchery steelhead in Oregon’s Smith River ended, native steelhead abundance increased in astonishing numbers, making it one of Oregon’s best winter steelhead streams.