This Billion-Dollar Plan to Save Salmon Depends on a Giant Fish Vacuum

Check out this informative article from about dam drawdowns in the Willamette Basin. If you have been wondering why Fall Creek, Cougar, and Lookout Reservoirs are like rivers right now this article will explain. Click HERE to read.

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1 Response to This Billion-Dollar Plan to Save Salmon Depends on a Giant Fish Vacuum

  1. Doug Kelsey says:

    I have been involved in a small group of concerned citizen “chats” of the fishing community here in the great state of Oregon mainly Lane County , wondering what is going on with all the draw down tactics of the willamette valley reservoirs recently. Hearing just bits and pieces from my very limited online presence has produced more questions than answers and I greatly appreciate this current posting of “what’s up”and what to expect from this action to our community waters. Thanks for clearing up some confusion and grey area at the cusp of my retirement date, which will include hopefully to fish more of these waters and fish during the best river conditions of the weeks to come. I sincerely hope that this will be an answer to bringing back the fishery of old or at least seeing these fisheries improvements , close to what I have experienced in the last 50 years.

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