White sturgeon fishery reopens

For the first time in a generation, anglers are catching white sturgeon in Lake Roosevelt. Fishery managers from the Spokane Tribe of Indians, Colville Confederated Tribes and Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife opened the fishery because hatchery origin sturgeon produced from wild adult broodstock from 2001-2010 had much higher survival rates than anticipated. Click here to download the Summer 2017 Issue

Also in this Issue

  • Getting to Know Elliott Kittrel
  • Lake Roosevelt recreational fishery continues to excel
  • The hunt for Northern Pike continues
  • National Park Service updates
  • Interim mosquito measures in place for Kettle Falls area
  • EPA Remedial Investigation updates
  • Ecology recommends additional air quality monitoring in the upper Columbia River Valley
  • Spokane Tribe teams up Spokane Indians Baseball to rally for redband
  • Student Discovery Week