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Bull Trout are a native char found in the cold-water rivers of northwestern North American including the Yukon, British Columbia, Alberta, Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, and northern Nevada....
Chum salmon, also known as Dog or Keta salmon, boast the widest natural range of any Pacific salmon. Chum salmon are native to the cold-water rivers of North America from Umpqua River in Oregon to...
Coho salmon, also known as silver salmon, are native to cold-water rivers in North America from California to Alaska, Northern Japan, and eastern Russia. Coho salmon are born in freshwater streams...
Cutthroat Trout are native to the cold-water rivers flowing into the Pacific Ocean as well as the rivers of the Rocky Mountains, and Great Basin of North America. Resident Cutthroat Trout mature in...
Fall Chinook salmon, also known as king salmon, are the largest of the Pacific salmon species. Historically, some Chinook salmon stocks included individual fish weighing 100lbs. Chinook salmon are...
Mountain whitefish are native to a wide range of cold-water rivers in western North America from the Northwest Territories through the Pacific Northwest, the Hudson Bay and Missouri River basins,...
Pacific Lamprey are native to the cold-water rivers of the Pacific Coast of North America and Asia. Pacific Lamprey are born in freshwater and then bury themselves in the river bottom where they...
Pink salmon, also known as humpback salmon, are the smallest and most abundant of all Pacific Salmon. These fish are native to cold-water rivers in North America from California to Alaska, Northern...
Rainbow Trout are native to the cold water rivers and lakes along western North America and the Russian far east. Adult stream-dwelling Rainbow Trout are typically between 1-5lbs, while those...
Sockeye salmon, also known as red salmon, are native to the cold-water rivers and lakes of North America from the Columbia River to Alaska, Northern Japan, and eastern Russia. Sockeye salmon are...
Spring Chinook Salmon
Spring Chinook salmon are among the largest of the Pacific salmon species. Chinook salmon are native to cold-water rivers in North America from California to Alaska, as well as Northern Japan, and...
Summer steelhead are an ocean going form of Rainbow Trout native to the cold water rivers along western North America and the Russian far east. Limited in their range when compared to winter...
Winter steelhead are an ocean going form of Rainbow Trout native to the cold water rivers along western North America and the Russian far east. Winter steelhead are born in freshwater rivers,...