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Idaho trout studied, too

 Fisheries research is being conducted on several species in North Idaho, including studies on rainbow trout that may help fish mangers adjust stocking schedules to give anglers the most bang for their buck.  Surveys have helped biologists understand that Hauser Lake is becoming less productive for trout as it ages.

Steelheading upstream

Each fall, steelhead that have swam upstream from the ocean around 500 miles reach the Riggins area of the Salmon River on their way to spawning areas. Outdoors editor Rich Landers spent an October day on the Salmon with drift boat guide Norm Klobetanz and Amy Sinclair of Exodus Wilderness Adventures to see why this fishery attacts anglers who sometimes come from as far as the fish. Read Landers' story in Sunday's Outdoors section.

Fish runs rebounding, but still threatened

A state fisheries biologist says Snake River salmon and steelhead runs have rebounded but haven’t yet reached numbers where they can be considered out of danger.

Idaho hatchery officials kill thousands of steelhead

Federal fish managers say they opted to kill tens of thousands of juvenile steelhead after finding a potentially deadly virus in two holding ponds at the Dworshak National Fish Hatchery.