Coho migration talk at the UW

#3
Awesome presentation; upbeat, clever and very informative. I feel smarter about salmon . . . however that will wear off pretty quickly. Thank you for sharing and thanks to Jessica!
 

Joepa

Joe from PA
#4
I was surprised regarding the point she made about the fish not resurfacing at dusk. This is counter to what I've experienced with non-resident fish in MA4.
 

flyfool

Active Member
#5
I was surprised regarding the point she made about the fish not resurfacing at dusk. This is counter to what I've experienced with non-resident fish in MA4.
If you liked that, you may be interested in this link:
http://wsg.washington.edu/communications/seastar/archives/summer13.pdf

This is a Washington Sea Grant newsletter with, in this issue, an article about the effects of the Elwa dam removal.

And for what it's worth, there's this:

http://wsg.washington.edu/communications/online/WSG_4pager.pdf

Interesting stuff.
 

flyfool

Active Member
#6
If you liked that, you may be interested in this link:
http://wsg.washington.edu/communications/seastar/archives/summer13.pdf

This is a Washington Sea Grant newsletter with, in this issue, an article about the effects of the Elwa dam removal.

And for what it's worth, there's this:

http://wsg.washington.edu/communications/online/WSG_4pager.pdf

Interesting stuff.
Ah, what the heck Here's a memoir of a guy who spent his career in UW Fisheries ...some fine pictures of the day when biologists were building their own cabins and contributing to the science that has brought us to today. It's a long and often personal PDF file...but if you like history as it relates to fishing, worth a read. Maybe

http://fish.washington.edu/research/alaska/publications/Burgner_Memoirs.pdf