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March 25, 2012 in Outdoors
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Walleye, a non-native species detected in the Columbia Basin in the 1950s and introduced to Little Falls Pool of the Spokane River in 1976, eventually flourished in Lake Roosevelt, providing a popular sport and table fish. Researchers say the fish is a victim of its success.

March 24, 2012 in Sports
Colville Confederated Tribes photo photo

More than two dozen kokanee were found in the stomach of this walleye captured in the Sanpoil Arm of Lake Roosevelt by Colville Tribal fisheries biologist doing a predation study in 2011.

March 23, 2012
Molly Quinn photo

Lake Roosevelt includes the Sanpoil Arm that reaches into the Colville Indian Reservation, and the Spokane Arm, which borders the Spokane Indian Reservation.