Get Involved in Steelhead Outcomes
Jake Crawford June 05, 2023
Sadly, steelhead populations are struggling across much of their native range. We recognize that to continue having opportunities to pursue these fish; we must be more than anglers; we must also be advocates.
At Fly Water Travel we have several key roles. The first is to connect anglers with appropriate fisheries and manage expectations on what constitutes a good day on the water. The second is to use our influence to steer our guests and friends towards the heavy lift required to preserve and protect the resources that fulfill us as individuals and anglers.
There are many ways to be involved. We'd like to invite you to look at the following organizations that support steelhead conservation and recovery, and we encourage you to support their essential work as generously as possible.
Wild Salmon Center
The leading group working to protect the strongest wild salmon rivers around the entire North Pacific.
We work to ensure healthy waters and resilient wild fish for a better California.
Empowering communities to protect and strengthen salmon populations, improve management decisions, and deepen people's connection with wild salmon.
A member organization that works tirelessly to protect the fragile North Umpqua River in Oregon.
Western Rivers Conservancy
Western Rivers Conservancy buys land along the West’s finest rivers and streams to conserve habitat for fish and wildlife, protect key sources of cold water and provide public access for all to enjoy.
Native Fish Society
The Native Fish Society exists to cultivate a groundswell of public support needed to revive abundant wild, native fish.
We bring together diverse interests to care for and recover rivers and streams, so our children can experience the joy of wild and native trout and salmon.
Wild Steelhead Coalition
Working to restore wild steelhead populations in their native watersheds to levels that provide self-sustaining runs and economic vitality to local communities.