by David Moskowitz, Executive Director and John McMillan, Director of Science
Overall, things are looking better than expected for wild summer steelhead in the Columbia River basin.
Of course, we’re now entering the dry, hot slog of August and September. The high streamflows of early summer have dissipated. Fish are now pulling into thermal refuge and the rate of migration will slow.
It’s the Dog Days in baseball terms, figuratively and literally.
Will the surprisingly hot hitter in June and July remain hot for the rest of the season? Read the rest of the Article HERE