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Life at Tynehead Hatchery

Here is the story and videos of how at Tynehead Hatchery we raise the coho from the egg to when local school and our volunteers release these fish into the river to start their long journey. Few will return but … Continue reading

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Coho Alevins

Our Coho babies have almost all hatched to the Alevin stage. Those are yolk sacs on their tummies-food for the next month. As this yolk sac gets absorbed, they will slowly turn into a fry salmon. At this point these … Continue reading

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Coho Smolts head out to the ocean

50,000 Coho smolts. Returned to the Serpentine River. Smolts are just over a year old and will head directly to the ocean. Inch creek takes a portion of our Coho eggs and raise them to smolt stage for us. Usually … Continue reading

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Invasive Species fish!

This small carp was found in one of our fish ponds which means that it found its way into the Serpentine River by being released into the river. Please remind all you know not to be releasing any type of … Continue reading

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Reporting Salmon Fishing Violations

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2019 Salmon-Send-Off Saturday, May 11, 2019 from 11:00am – 3:00pm Activities include: Hatchery tours Face painting Trout fishing Crafts and games Gift making for mother’s day Salmon vial preparation Plant sale Concession Salmon fry release into the Serpentine River Come … Continue reading

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