Join WDFW fishery managers for a virtual public town hall to share your feedback on fishery options for the 2021-2022 coastal steelhead season.
Tune in via Zoom webinar
Join by phone: +1 253-215-8782
Meeting ID: 837 8212 2617
Meeting materials will be posted as they become available.
Supplemental resources for reference
- Key terms
- Statewide Steelhead Management Plan
- Coastal (Region 6) runsize (catch and escapement) estimates 2020-2021
- Catch record reports
- Hatchery escapement reports
2020/2021 steelhead escapement results
|River/Area||2020/2021 Escapement||Escapement Goal|
- An integrated population model for estimating the relative effects of natural and anthropogenic factors on a threatened population of Pacific trout
- Anadromy and residency in steelhead and rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss): a review of the processes and patterns
- Clearwater River Wild Steelhead Spawning Timing
- Estimating the Ratio of Hatchery-Produced to Wild Adult Steelhead on the Spawning Grounds using Scale Pattern Analyses
- Evaluation of creel survey methodology for steelhead fisheries on the Quillayute and Hoh rivers
- Increasing Coupling Between NPGO and PDO Leads to Prolonged Marine Heatwaves in the Northeast Pacific
- Is Marine Survival for Puget Sound’s Wild Steelhead Really That Bad? A Nisqually River Case Study Evaluating Estimates of Productivity and Survival of Oncorhynchus mykiss
- Marine and freshwater regime changes impact a community of migratory Pacific salmonids in decline
- Newaukum Adult Salmon and Steelhead Spawner Abundance, 2019-2020
- Ocean distribution and migration of steelhead
- Ocean ecology of steelhead
- Population genetic analysis of Chehalis River watershed winter steelhead (Oncorhynchus mykiss)
- Record-Setting Ocean Warmth Continued in 2019
- Upper Ocean Temperatures Hit Record High in 2020
- Spawner Abundance and Distribution of Salmon and Steelhead in the Upper Chehalis River, 2019 and Synthesis of 2013-2019
Note: This meeting will be recorded and available to view online following the event. It is the final meeting in a series of four virtual town hall meetings this summer and fall to gather public input on coastal steelhead.
For more information about coastal steelhead management and to share a comment with fishery managers, visit our coastal steelhead web page.