Category archive for: WSC Updates
In the autumn of 2017, British Columbia’s Thompson steelhead returns were estimated at under 200 fish, by far the lowest return on record. Please take a minute to encourage Fisheries and Oceans Canada to not repeat its mistakes in 2018.
Please take action and submit comments to WDFW by November 30, 2017 expressing opposition to several proposals put forth by WDFW in 2017 during the Freshwater Regulations phase of the agency’s Sport Fishing Rule Simplification Process.
During the 2017 legislative session, the legislature passed a proviso that directed WDFW to explore alternative structures for guide licensing. The legislative proviso instructed WDFW to hold public meetings on both the Olympic Peninsula and in the Klickitat River area, but the department has scheduled four additional meetings.
We’ve teamed up with the talented film crew Bloodknots for a tour of their steelhead conservation film “Our Two Hands.” We hope to see you at one of the screenings in Bend, Portland, and Seattle.
Please join the Free The Snake Flotilla on Sept. 8 and Saturday, Sept. 9 2017 and help send a loud and clear message that it’s time to remove these four outdated, deadbeat dams on the lower Snake River.
Over the next few months, WSC will be selling 500 $20 raffle tickets that offer you the chance to win a meticulously refurbished 1950’s handcrafted wooden drift boat. All proceeds from the raffle will go directly to increasing the return of wild steelhead to the waters of the West Coast.