2 Responses to “Deschutes Fish Passage Studies (site has new data)”

  1. 1 brian meade
    April 18, 2009 at 17:59

    Yeah great idea. NOT. Now that there has been a MAJOR setback because if the accident the other day all the smolt looking to get to sea will be unable to do so. I guess they create a few more trout to fish for in Billy Chinook and a few land locked salmon. I have been fishing the Crooked river which is one of the rivers these fish are to return to and I do not see how that river be able to support extra fish trying to spawn up there if they did manage to get there. Best of luck to the stranded smolt.


    • 2 swittersb
      April 18, 2009 at 19:00

      The Crooked R. has been seriously over populated with smaller fish for years…The lower flows are of concern and the lack of consistency of water release levels by BLM is also a worry. Maybe accounted for…maybe not.


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