Originally Posted by flytyer
Don't forget that most of the so-called critical habitat that was removed for salmon and steelhead recovery was in river and streams (or portions thereof) that never had salmon or steelhead swimming in them because of natural barriers.
aside from the obvious fact that water flows downhill, which raises concerns alone ....
can you provide documentation or a link showing clearly that "most of the so-called critical habitat"
areas in question were never accessible due to natural barriers?
I'd be willing to get that MOST of the areas in question - and certainly ones of which I am aware in Central Oregon upriver of the Deschutes dams - come up a flaming bright RED
on these maps