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We Did It! Success on Catherine Creek

Nov 3rd, 2015  |  Written by Western Rivers Conservancy

We Did It! Success on Catherine Creek

The Grande Ronde River is a jewel in northeastern Oregon. It flows 182 miles from the Blue Mountains across an expansive agricultural valley and through several large canyons before meeting the Snake River just below Hells Canyon. In addition to breathtaking scenery, the Grande Ronde boasts excellent float trips, popular big game hunting grounds and one of the most productive salmon and steelhead fisheries in the Snake River basin. One of its lifeline tributaries is Catherine Creek, one of the most important salmon and steelhead producing tributaries in the entire Snake River basin.

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