200 redds in the 1960s, he said, and now there are about 10,000 redds,

all due to supplementation.
Myron believes at least three standards must be met before
supplementation could be used and then only be for some rivers. He
the hatchery should mimic nature as closely as possible; the hatchery
should use only local brood stocks; and the results should be
continually monitored for effects on other species and on whether it
a good use of public funds.
Link information:
ODFW: http://www.dfw.state.or.us
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