Research On ESA-Listed Columbia River Eulachon Smelt Looks At Habitat Needs, Other Factors

They are among the smallest, least understood, and yet most important fish in the Columbia River and its tributaries.

Eulachons, better known as smelt, appear to be returning in stronger numbers the last two years than in the recent past, although they are still listed as threatened under the federal Endangered Species Act and, as such, are off limits to fishing.

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