Monthly Archives: February 2017


It’s another court victory for Klamath Salmon but disease flushing flows are not assured by Felice Pace (Klam Blog) The Hoopa Valley Tribe, with a strong assist from a coalition led by the Yurok Tribe, won an important victory for Coho salmon and the Klamath River recently. If faithfully and properly […]

KlamBlog-It’s another court victory for Klamath Salmon but disease flushing ...


Humboldt’s Friday Fishing Report 2/24/2017 Reports River Reports:  River flow conditions have been poor for the Chetco and Smith at the beginning of the week and not so favorable for other coastal rivers as usual. Most coastal river flows are high with poor clarity. Although rain is in the forecast, flows are predicted to […]

Humboldt’s Friday Fishing Report 2/24/2017


Provided by CDFW Northern Region Total in-river run and hatchery returns in 2016 were the lowest since comprehensive basin-wide estimates began in 1978. Escapement to natural spawning grounds was the second lowest on record. 2016 Klamath Basin Megatable

Klamath Hatchery Returns in 2016 Lowest Since Estimates began in ...



Humboldt’s Friday Fishing Report 2/17/2017 Reports River Reports:  River flow conditions were decent for the Chetco and Smith at the beginning of the week and not so favorable for other coastal rivers as usual. Most coastal river flows are high with poor clarity and predicted to rise again next next week. There might be small window […]

Humboldt’s Friday Fishing Report 2/17/2017


Feb. 12, 2017 _Oroville Dam: Crisis eases but more than 180,000 evacuated-Mercury News  The threat of imminent collapse of the Oroville Dam emergency spillway continued to ease Monday morning, hours after authorities ordered the evacuation of more than 180,000 downstream residents upon discovering damage to the structure. But there is […]

Oroville Dam Spillway Failure Evacuates 180,000 2/15/2017


Humboldt’s Friday Fishing Report 2/10/2017 Reports River Reports:  River flow conditions have been decent for the Chetco and Smith but not so favorable for other coastal rivers. Most coastal river flows are high with poor clarity and predicted to rise next next week. There might be small window this weekend. Steelhead are finally making there way […]

Humboldt’s Friday Fishing Report 2/10/2017



Humboldt’s Friday Fishing Report 2/3/2017 Reports River Reports:  River flow conditions have been good for the Chetco and Smith but not so favorable for other coastal rivers. The coastal rivers were clearing up but precipitation is in the forecast until mid-next week. Steelhead are finally making there way into the river systems, with most action […]

Humboldt’s Friday Fishing Report 2/3/2017


Posted on Thursday, January 19, 2017 (PST) by The Columbia Basin Bulletin U.S. Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker Wednesday determined there are commercial fishery failures for nine salmon and crab fisheries in Alaska, California and Washington. In recent years, each of these fisheries experienced sudden and unexpected large decreases in […]

Department of Commerce Declares Fisheries Failures for Nine West Coast ...


Federal judge calls for collaborative approach to reduce fish deaths By Will Houston, Eureka Times-Standard Monday, January 30, 2017 A federal judge is set to issue an order in the coming weeks for two federal agencies and a group of local tribes and environmental organizations to work together to develop […]

Judge set to order feds, tribes to work together on ...



Huffman works with Yurok Tribe on funding for fisheries disaster-Times Standard Yurok significantly affected by low runs By Natalya Estrada, nestrada@times-standard.com, @natedoge4412 on Twitter Wednesday, February 1, 2017 The U.S. Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker declared a fisheries disaster for nine salmon and crab fisheries in Alaska, Washington and California in January. Of […]

Huffman to Focus on Yurok Tribe and Fisheries Closures 2/2/2017