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  • River Coho Salmon with Weighted Spinners

    River Coho Salmon with Weighted Spinners

    Although the timing varies by region and river system, this is the month many Northwest, BC, Alaskan and Great Lake anglers start thinking about targeting coho salmon as they begin their run toward the river habitat or hatchery that produced them.

  • River to Open for Coho Retention

    River to Open for Coho Retention

    Washington: Portions of Icicle River to Open for Coho Retention Action and rules: Opens retention of coho salmon.

  • Coho Restored and Flooding Reduced with Habitat Project

    Coho Restored and Flooding Reduced with Habitat Project

    Juvenile coho salmon use estuaries to eat and grow before migrating to the ocean. Photo: USFWS/Roger Tabor

  • Building Coho Salmon Habitat in Oregon

    Building Coho Salmon Habitat in Oregon

    NOAA partners managing an innovative pilot program in Oregon are constructing dam starter structures for beavers to finish building, creating slow water areas for juvenile Coho to thrive.

  • Project Restores Coho and Reduces Flooding

    Project Restores Coho and Reduces Flooding

    Juvenile coho salmon use estuaries to eat and grow before migrating to the ocean. Photo: USFWS/Roger Tabor

  • Coho Retoration

    Coho Retoration

    The Southern Flow Corridor project, which restored salmon habitat in Tillamook, Oregon, also provides flood protection for surrounding communities.

  • Fishery managers estimate higher numbers of coho salmon will return to Washington

    Fishery managers estimate higher numbers of coho salmon will return to Washington

    Fishery managers estimate higher numbers of coho salmon will return to Washington’s waters in 2019 compared to last year, but expect low returns of wild chinook will again make setting fishing seasons a challenge.

  • Oregon Coast Coho Salmon Habitat Conservation

    Oregon Coast Coho Salmon Habitat Conservation

    NOAA Fisheries today released a recovery plan for Oregon Coast coho salmon that calls for public-private partnerships to conserve habitat for the threatened species, positioning coho for possible removal from the federal list of threatened and endangered species within the next 10 years.

  • NOAA Spotlight: Central California Coho Salmon

    NOAA Spotlight: Central California Coho Salmon

    Coho salmon are one of the 28 salmonids federally listed by NOAA on the U.S. west coast. They are known for their anadromous life style, in which breeding and hatching of young take place in rivers and as adults will migrate to the North Pacific, returning after 3 years to spawn and die. Once abundant, they supported native, recreational and commercial fishing.