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Process speeds up salmon DNA tests

PORTLAND – The Columbia Inter-Tribal Fish Commission is testing technology to hasten the identification of the makeup of salmon populations to determine the mix in any sample of fish, a …

Hunting and fishing

Salmon and steelhead Clearwater River steelhead anglers found the water stained and high but fishable, particularly below Orofino, where guide Toby Wyatt of Reeltime Fishing reported his boats caught 25 …

Hatchery program replenishing stocks

A feast of grilled salmon is an exceptional way to end a day spent kayaking on the Spokane River. For the Spokane Tribe of Indians, it’s also a link to …

Court rejects administration salmon plan

A federal judge in Portland was right to reject the government’s plan for operating Columbia and Snake River dams that could push some runs of salmon closer to extinction, an …

Sportsmen Demand To See Salmon Plan Groups Reiterate Support Of Power Council Drawdown

Idaho sportsmen turned over 1,000 letters on Monday demanding Gov. Phil Batt disclose his plan for restoring the state’s steelhead runs. But as Idaho Steelhead and Salmon Unlimited presented the …

Clinton Asked To Declare A Salmon Emergency Tribes Say Declaration Is Needed To Save Northwest Salmon From The Brink Of Extinction

Oregon tribes urged President Clinton on Wednesday to declare a state of emergency in the Pacific Northwest to make good on a 140-year-old treaty and help bring salmon back from …