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  • Coho salmon have been the most important variety of salmon caught commercially in Oregon. Until recently, coho were also the most common variety in most coastal streams. Based on records from salmon canneries, coho in Oregon north of Cape Blanco (near Port Orford) numbered about 1.25 million adults annually 100 years ago. During recent years, the annual production of wild coastal coho in Oregon has been dramatically less, around 50,000 to 80,000 fish—a 90 percent decline. This publication is designed to help readers understand the fundamentally important how, when, and where coho salmon live in watersheds and what people can do to help.
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  • This publication was funded by the NOAA Office of Sea Grant and Extramural Programs, U.S. Department of Commerce, under grant number NA76RG0476 (project no. M/A-13), and by appropriations made by the Oregon State legislature.
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