A new plan to eradicate invasive trout in an Eastern Oregon forest
This summer, a new plan will be put to action to address the invasive brook trout in High Lake and Lake Creek. We'll hear from the Burns Paiute Tribe's fishery program manager on the details of the plan and the damage this trout has caused.
Federal researchers say two widely used pesticides harm many endangered fish species
Federal researchers have found that a widely used pesticide significantly harms endangered Northwest salmon and steelhead species.
Yakama, Warm Springs tribes celebrate lamprey harvest
Tribal nations harvested hundreds of slippery eel-like fish called lamprey from the Willamette Falls over the weekend for a tribal fish bake and celebration.
Coquille Tribe launches 1,000 Chinook smolt into regional waters to offset decline
A thousand juvenile Chinook salmon were released last week in a creek near Bandon. It’s the latest effort by the Coquille Tribe to restore the fish’s numbers.
World’s largest freshwater fish, almost 660 pounds, found in Cambodia
Scientists say a fisherman caught a giant stingray that measured almost 13 feet from snout to tail in the Mekong River.
Klamath Tribes sue federal government over endangered fish
The Klamath Tribes remain concerned about the survival of the C’waam and Koptu, also known as the Lost River and shortnose suckers.
Public should limit consumption of sturgeon from lower Columbia River, officials urge
State health officials in Washington and Oregon are recommending the public limit their consumption of sturgeon caught from the lower Columbia River. Here's why.
Tropical fish rare to Oregon Coast found on beach
The Seaside Aquarium says a fish rarely found on the Oregon Coast washed up on Sunset Beach north of Seaside.
Aquaculture advocates want to bring more Oregon-grown fish from farm to table
Fish farming could be key to feeding future generations — and some are hoping Oregon can cash in.
Scientists point to chemical in car tires that’s been killing coho salmon
Coho salmon returning to freshwater each fall often die, gasping for breath and swimming aimlessly, before they are able to spawn. Scientists now know why.