Innovative research offers unique window into coastal steelhead migration, survival

A video from the start of the project, back in early 2021.
A map of the network of 281 acoustic receivers researchers used in this project. Each circle represents a receiver. The circles that are filled in indicated receivers where detections occurred and are scaled according to the number of fish that were detected at each receiver.

Coastal steelhead management and ways to get involved

This fall, WDFW fishery managers will again be looking for public feedback as part of pre-season planning for the 2022–2023 coastal steelhead season. Similar to prior years, we’ll be hosting a suite of virtual town halls with opportunities to learn more and share feedback. More information about upcoming public engagement opportunities, Fish and Wildlife Commission briefings, and other ways to share public feedback on coastal steelhead management ahead of next season is available on our website.

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