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Last Saturday, June 24th, 2023, close to 45 people gathered together on the mainstem Umpqua River for the second annual Umpqua Bass Bash! Anglers from all over the state participated in the event...
For the past year, Native Fish Society has been a convening member of a stakeholder group that has examined water temperatures in the lower Deschutes River. One of the goals of this group was to...
On Thursday, June 8th, Native Fish Society hosted our first-ever Homewaters: South by Northwest celebration of southern Oregon’s homewaters and native fish at Valley View Winery in the Applegate...
As you may have heard, WDFW has completely mismanaged the voluntary non-tribal gillnet buyback in the lower Columbia River, passed in 2022 by the WA Legislature and Governor Inslee for salmon...
*This is Part 1 of an ongoing series on the campaign to Free the Eel and efforts to better understand and revive the iconic steelhead in the Pacific Northwest by Native Fish Society Fellow Samantha...
In late May, the Karuk Tribe, Pacific Coast Federation of Fishermen’s Association (PCFFA), Institue for Fisheries Resources, and the Environmental Law Foundation petitioned the California Water...
Native Fish Society’s River Steward Program exists to empower, inspire and grow a region-wide network of local grassroots advocates dedicated to science-based solutions for their Northwest...
The Native Fish Society welcomes Kayla Lockhart to our board of directors. Kayla first discovered fly fishing to help cope with her depression and anxiety from a difficult upbringing. Today fly...