Steelhead Science Workshop for Anglers
The objective of the workshop is to inform anglers about the state of the science regarding steelhead issues most relevant to their angling opportunity and experience,and to provide an opportunity for anglers to share their insights with, and ask questions of the scientists.
We have selected some of the very best scientists to present because they are not only experts on their topic of interest, but also because they are anglers who enjoy fishing for steelhead.
The workshop will feature four presentations by scientists, each of which covers a particular aspect of steelhead science (see below for topics), followed by four panel discussions that will be interactive with audience participation. We believe that anglers will leave the workshop with a better understanding of steelhead science and how that science can be used to help develop sustainable fisheries. (Presenters will be listed upon confirmation).
We suggest arriving early because seating is limited and entry will be based on a first come, first serve basis. You’ll need to RSVP HERE.
May 9th, 10AM-4PM.
University of Washington School of Fisheries Auditorium Room 102
1122NE Boat St.