Kokanee showing low numbers in Lake Roosevelt


Last updated 3/11/2020 at 10:36am

Biologists insert an acoustic tag into a kokanee for tracking purposes. - Colville Tribal Fish and Wildlife photo

Wild kokanee in Lake Roosevelt, showing low numbers, are a subject of study for the Colville Tribes' biologists.

For the next two years, groups of kokanee will be caught and tagged in order to study their movement patterns, a press release from Colville Tribes Fish & Wildlife says.

The goal of the project is to protect and enhance the wild kokanee salmon populations above Grand Coulee and...

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