Crooked River: ODFW Analyzes Impacts Of Drought-Related Extreme Low Flows On Fish, Redband Trout Down 20 Percent

In mid-September 2022, Central Oregon’s Crooked River became the first river in the state to close to recreational angling specifically due to drought-related low flows. It reopened October 31 after six weeks of extremely low water levels that left as much as 50 to 90 percent of the river’s channels dry.

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