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Carson National Fish Hatchery



Created: 2017/09/10 11:34 PM         Last Updated: 2017/12/10 11:34 PM


Attraction Details Attraction Name:Carson National Fish Hatchery

Attraction Type: Fish Hatchery

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The Carson National Fish Hatchery, built by the Civilian Conservation Corps, began rearing salmon and trout in 1937. During the 1980s, the hatchery began rearing spring Chinook salmon exclusively. Because of the loss and degradation of spawning habitat and the impact of dams on migration, the spring Chinook was in rapid decline. Since 1960, hatchery production has helped spring Chinook populations recover in the lower Columbia River. Visitors are welcome from 7:30 am until 4:00 pm daily.




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Phone Number:(509) 427-5905

E-Mail:John_Hitron@fws.gov

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14041 Wind River Highway Carson WA USA

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Latitude:45.8292827

Longitude:-121.9233136

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Carson National Fish Hatchery is at the confluence of Tyee Creek and the Wind River, 14 miles north of the Columbia River, about 60 miles east of Vancouver, Washington. To visit the hatchery, turn north off State Route 14 at the Wind River Highway, about 3 miles east of Stevenson, WA, and continue for 14 miles to the hatchery.






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