Acoustic overload

The use of acoustic telemetry to monitor fish movements, behavior and survival has quickly gained popularity among fisheries researchers in California’s Central Valley within the past 10-15 Read More…

That way

Considering there are only two directions on a river, upstream or downstream, this isn't a good sign. Photo source: FISHBIO

Stark contrasts

As fish populations along the West Coast continue to decline and our thirst for water continues to increase, more and more people are becoming aware of the Read More…

Remote acoustic tracking

One of the advantages of using acoustic tags to track fish movement is the ability to recover information from an individual fish without having to recapture it. Read More…

Underwater gliders may follow fish

If you have been following our recent field notes posts, you are aware of efforts at FISHBIO to track salmon and bass throught California. These projects require Read More…

Surgically Implanting PIT Tags

The recent winter storms have increased salmon and steelhead movement throughout the Central Valley, resulting in increased catches of downstream migrating fish in rotary screw-traps. A few captured rainbow Read More…