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MailTribune.com Mail Tribune Aconservation group has filed a federal suit against the owners of a defunct Evans Creek irrigation dam near Rogue River, arguing that the dam must be fixed or removed to allow safe passage of protected coho salmon.
Mail Tribune Three environmental groups are suing the Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest for allegedly failing to protect threatened coho salmon from suction dredgers mining for gold in the Rogue River Basin's coho country...Fisheries biologists
Mail Tribune Minimum flows would be established for streams in the Little Butte Creek and Bear Creek basins to make life easier for threatened wild coho salmon under a proposal aimed at keeping three local irrigation districts afloat in a more salmon-
Mail Tribune Improving side-channel habitat, curbing the urban influences on water quality and getting more beaver dams are all identified as steps for helping wild coho salmon reverse their trend toward extinction in the upper Rogue River Basin.
Mail Tribune A conservation group filed suit Tuesday to force the federal government to operate irrigation canals and reservoirs in the Upper Rogue River basin in ways that will ensure enough water is available for threatened wild coho salmon. The
This is the last weekend of the season to fish for wild coho in the Coquille River. Earlier this week, the harvest estimate approached 80 percent of the allowable quota. It's been a fantastic season, and we're glad we could give people the
Starting today, anglers fishing for salmon off the coast of Washington will be able to take up to two chinook a day as part of their daily limit. From what we've seen in the early part of the season, we no longer have that concern. The regulations
Reel Time Fishing Northwest Mark Yuasa covers fishing and outdoors in the Pacific Northwest. A Seattle native, Mark is a lifelong angler who grew up near the banks of Lake Washington, and has been covering fishing and outdoors for more than 18 years