Clackamas Complete: A Return of Bull Trout

Facing extreme habitat loss, the bull trout disappeared from the free flowing river above the Clackamas dams in 1963. Here is a great story about the successful restocking effort of bull trout on the upper Clackamas River from a Metolius River stock of bull trout, complete with some fantastic scenery and underwater footage.

For more about the plight of the bull trout in the Pacific Northwest, check out Dealing with Bullies in the Northwest.

Produced by Freshwaters Illustrated in partnership with US Fish & Wildlife Service.

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