Are you experienced conducting spawning ground surveys?  Do you enjoy working outdoors? In this role, you will perform field work related to the evaluation and monitoring of hatchery programs and wild fish populations in the Methow River Basin. This is an opportunity to assist with our research into the reproductive success of hatchery and wild steelhead. In this dynamic role, you will collect juvenile salmonids using multiple methods such as fly fishing, electrofishing, and smolt trapping. We are seeking a candidate with relevant experience to assist with spawning ground surveys for summer steelhead and spring Chinook Salmon throughout the Methow River basin. Here are some things you will be doing in this role: Conduct spawning ground surveys

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