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Browse reports Reports by Topic Power Plan Fish and Wildlife Program Subbasin Plans Financial Reports Independent Scientific Advisory Board Independent Scientific Review Panel Independent Economic Analysis Board Columbia River History Project CloseNews Northern Pike Could Be Devastating to Salmon and Steelhead, Scientists Warn in Report on Predation May 14, 2019John Harrison Salmon and steelhead populations could collapse if Northern Pike escape Lake Roosevelt and establish downstream. Pike Threat Dec 13, 2017John Harrison Those working to suppress Northern Pike in Lake Roosevelt hope the effort is not too late to protect other species in the Columbia River, including salmon and steelhead downstream. Race to Stop Spread of Invasive Northern Pike in Lake Roosevelt Jul 14, 2017John Harrison Research shows pike have invaded the Colville and Kettle rivers, but not tributaries farther downstream. So far. Fish Head Bounty Mar 24, 2017John Harrison Northern pike, a voracious predator, are continuing to invade Lake Roosevelt, imperiling other fish species. There is a $10 per fish bounty to get them out of the lake. The Invasion Strengthens Sep 13, 2016John Harrison Researchers have documented an increase in juvenile northern pike in Lake Roosevelt. This is not good news. A boost for northern pike removal Apr 13, 2016John Harrison Like a bad guy from the old West, northern pike are wanted: Dead The Battle Against Northern Pike Intensifies In Lake Roosevelt Nov 18, 2015John Harrison The campaign to halt the proliferation of Northern pike in Lake Roosevelt, the reservoir behind Grand Coulee Dam, is intensifying, state and tribal fish biologists reported to the Northwest Power and Northern Pike Invade Upper Columbia River Jul 16, 2015John Harrison Northern pike, a voracious predator considered an invasive species in two of the four Northwest states, have been found in the Kettle River, a northeastern Washington tributary of the Columbia River, Catch and Kill: Trying to Reduce Northern Pike in Lake Roosevelt Jun 9, 2015John Harrison Northern pike, a voracious predator, are migrating into the upper Columbia River from the north and east, posing a threat to state and tribal efforts to protect and restore native sturgeon and trout s
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