Columbia Basin Bulletin Friday 2/16/2018

Columbia Basin Bulletin

The links that follow are a summary of the current Columbia Basin Bulletin publication. There is something here for everyone, that is if you are a serious outdoors person.

* Independent Science Panel Reviews Upper Columbia River Spring Chinook Recovery Efforts


* By The Numbers: Trapping, Transporting Salmonids In Reintroduction Efforts In Blocked Areas Of Upper Deschutes Basin


* Science Panel Gives Tribes’ Lamprey Synthesis Report High Marks, Some Questions About Genetics


* Scientists Want More Detailed Information On Northern Pike Suppression Plan In Lake Roosevelt


* Study Explores Ways To Minimize Genetic Change In Chinook Salmon Caused By Hatchery Rearing


* Idaho Fish And Game Decides Not To Pursue Lake Trout Suppression In Priest Lake


* NOAA: Three Month Climate Outlook For Basin Shows All Of Oregon ‘Abnormally Dry’


* Lawsuit Seeks Consultations On Water Diversions In Sawtooth Valley

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About Kent Cannon

My passion is fishing and hunting as well as traveling throughout the Northwest and writing about those adventures. I was separated from my job a few years ago due to the still ongoing economic downturn. I had spent years working, focusing on things that really were not near and dear to my heart all the while scrambling and climbing to what I perceived as the top. I of course did not realize what I was doing, because I was caught up in the moment, focusing on what I thought was the American dream. Crashing and pushing ever forward like a Lemming headed for a cliff, oblivious the world around me. I was more than a little bitter over loosing my job; it was a good job as far as jobs go and I was making a lot of money so I could live according to the manner in which I wanted to be accustomed. In the process of trying to find another job in an unfavorable economic climate I found something that I had left behind many years ago. I found me! That is how and why I started this website, looking for myself and sharing things that I found along the way. Even though I am older now, suffering a little from arthritis and my hair is now somewhat graying I still have fire in my belly for the next adventure. The more that I seek out my next adventure, the more excited I become!

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