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Please take a minute to tell WDFW that they should designate the Skagit as a wild steelhead gene bank. More than any other single watershed, the Skagit is the cornerstone for restoring Puget Sound Steelhead, so we cannot afford to miss the opportunity to make it a wild steelhead sanctuary.
We did it! The Grays and Chinook rivers are Washington’s newest Wild Steelhead Gene Bank thanks to your support and work.
The recent closing of 7400 Road along the Wynoochee River has limited public access to an extremely popular stretch of river and created a growing threat to wild steelhead with more hatchery fish stacking up. By purchasing these 15 acres through their Land Acquisition program, WDFW will be able to restore and expand recreational opportunities for anglers as well as alleviate this threat to wild fish through increased hatchery harvest.
Help make the Grays and Chinook Rivers Washington’s next Wild Steelhead Gene Bank.
Support the Grays and Chinook Rivers as Washington’s Next Wild Steelhead Gene Bank! On January 21st from 6:00-8:00 PM, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) will hold a public meeting in Cathlamet, WA to discuss the two options for the state’s next Wild Steelhead Gene Bank. WDFW will be…
Last Saturday was proof of our collective power. It was proof that commonsense conservation can prevail. It was proof that when anglers unite, the slow tide of change can be hastened to bend toward conservation. It was proof that the years of hard work painstakingly performed by our grassroots community…