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The Confederated Tribes Of The Colville Reservation
Fish and Wildlife
 

At Omak Lake, fisheries staff collect adult Lahontan Cutthroat trout for broodstock at the tribal trout hatchery.

Public Relations Survey to the Membership:

The Colville Tribes' Fish and Wildife Dept would like to obtain feedback from the membership on how we are doing communicating our program's news and information. Please help us by doing this short survey, which should only take 5 minutes or less to complete.

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Regulations:

2014-2015 Non-member Sport Fishing Regulations
2014-2015 Tribal Member Resident Fishing Regulations
2014 Tribal Member Hunting & Trapping Regulations
2013-2014 Non-Member Hunting Regulations
2014 Icicle Creek Spring Chinook Fishing Regulations
2014 CCT Special Hunt Application
2014 Regulation change for bass, walleye, catfish in Wells Reservoir and Okanogan River 
2014 Open fishing below Grand Coulee Dam to SR 155 Bridge
2014 Icicle Creek Fishery Rule Change
2014 Sinixt Hunting Season Regulation
2014 CCT Okanogan & Columbia Rivers - Sockeye Salmon Fishing Regulations
2014 CCT Okanogan & Columbia Rivers - Summer/Fall Chinook Fishing Regulations
2014 Chief Joseph Dam Tailrace - Summer/Fall Chinook Fishing Regulations
 

Mission:

The Fish & Wildlife Department’s overall goal is to maintain and protect viable populations of native and desired non-native species of fish and wildlife, and their supporting habitats, while providing sufficient numbers to meet the cultural, subsistence, recreational and economic needs of the tribal membership. 

 

CJH uses an automated fish system that is used to sort, clip and tag juvenile salmon. The system can process over 60,000 fish in an eight hour period.



(Approximately 200 students from area schools toured CJH for the Army Corps Earth Day event on April 24, 2014. Students went to the hatchery building to see small salmon fry, picked up educational brochures and watched videos on the tour).

Chief Joseph Hatchery is a state-of-the art facility that was built to increase spring, summer, and fall Chinook salmon in the Okanogan and Columbia Rivers. The hatchery will produce up to 2.9 million Chinook fry annually and will provide salmon for tribal ceremonies, subsistence needs for tribal members, and increase recreational fishing opportunities for all. The $50 million hatchery was completed in May of 2013 and is located in Bridgeport, Washington next to Chief Joseph Dam.  For more information on Chief Joseph Hatchery, go to: www.colvilletribes.com/cjhp.php
 

News & Information: 

Fish & Wildlife Report

FISH & WILDLIFE  NEWSLETTER                   

RFP's

INFORMATIONAL VIDEOS

NEWS                                                                                        

WOLF SURVEY INVITATION

 
Nc'icn Pack      

Chief Joseph Hatchery Brochure

Be Bear Aware

 

 
 

                                                                                     
                                                                                     












 

 


 

 

    
 
 
 

 

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