This position independently plans, develops, designs, and directs fisheries monitoring and assessments throughout WDFW Region 4, District 14, which includes the Nooksack, Samish, and Skagit River watersheds. Information gathered from monitoring and assessments is used to make in-season management action recommendations, season and regulation recommendations, and reports of harvest and encounters of both ESA and non-ESA listed fish species. The position will regularly collaborate and coordinate with intradepartmental and interdepartmental WDFW staff, resource comanagers, County and Federal officials, and the public stakeholders, to report observed and predicted catch, and to make informed decisions on resource issues that have an impact on a stock or stocks and their habitat.   D

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