A Vision of Abundance for Washington Coast and Olympic Peninsula Wild Steelhead

Photo courtesy of Copi Vojta

With an eye towards a better future for Washington coastal wild steelhead and salmon populations, the Wild Steelhead Coalition has assembled a series of practical policy suggestions for fishery co-managers we believe could help build new consensus and support among stakeholders for a path towards the durable recovery of these fisheries.

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  1. I noted the need for “shared sacrifice” among ALL those who fish for steelhead mentioned in the report.

    The Norwegians and Finns have just demanded the same on the mighty Tana River in a “no more special pleading nonsense”, last ditch, needs-must now, effort to save its Atlantic salmon, by closing the river to all forms of fishing in 2021.

    The Tana, so big and wild and remote far north and close to the Arctic ocean feeding grounds and so safe from failure, I’d always thought … Seems not.

    https://www.highnorthnews.com/en/halts-salmon-fishing-tana-watercourse

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