2019 Year End Post

We have just uploaded our 2019 “Year End Post” video. These volunteers and many others strive to keep this program successful year over year. Stay tuned for our 2020 summary and don’t forget to book mark our new events page for future activities.

2020 Fish Are Growing

2020 Fish Are Growing

Our fish are healthy and growing and need more space. Last week Cedar Creek Hatchery staff with Nestucca Angler Volunteers moved some of our fish from pond 6A to 5B.

This gives our fish more room to grow. Nestucca Angler volunteers continue to feed daily. Our projected release date into the Nestucca basin is toward the end of August. Thank you for your support.

View our FB video HERE

June 9th, Automatic Clipping of 105K

June 9th, 2020 Automatic Clipping , 105K Smolt

Cedar Creek Fish Hatchery still remains closed to the public.

ODFW and Nestucca Anglers spent a long day Tuesday June 9th at Cedar Creek Hatchery working the automatic clipping trailer clipping 105,000 of our Fall Chinook smolt. Ron Rehn from the District Office secured funding for the auto clip trailer for the day.

Thank you for your patients through this covid crisis. Nestucca Angler volunteers will be feeding through the summer until liberation.We continue to maintain the pond at Rhoades Pond and keep an eye on our fish.

Thank you for your continued support.

Ron Byrd Nestucca Anglers (President)

2020 Clipping