• Metolius River

    Metolius River

    One of the crown jewels of Oregon, the Metolius River and its tributary, Lake Creek, provide critical habitat for the spawning and rearing of spring chinook and sockeye salmon.

  • Whychus Creek

    Whychus Creek

    Whychus Creek is a 40-mile-long tributary of the Deschutes River in Central Oregon and the focus of intensive restoration and reintroduction of salmon and steelhead.

  • Crooked River

    Crooked River

    The Crooked River watershed spans nearly 3 million acres and was historically responsible for nearly 50% of the steelhead production in the upper Deschutes Basin.