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Rogue River Research

Much fisheries research has been conducted by ODFW and federal agencies over a period spanning more than 60 years. Studies have been conducted on the most abundant species of anadromous salmonids: chinook, steelhead, and coho within the Rogue and several of its tributaries.

Since 1970, ODFW has completed more than 70 research reports on salmon in the Rogue River Basin. Most are progress reports of research projects that were being conducted at the time. Reports directly relevant to current fishery management issues follow below. Many other reports can be found in the Bioregion Collection of the Southern Oregon Digital Archives of the Hannon Library at Southern Oregon University.

Chinook studies

Steelhead studies

Coho Studies



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