Fishing has now been banned in areas of the Nooksack River basin because the water flow is so low and water temperatures so high that fish are dying off. It’s unlike normal years, such as in 2009 when this fly fisherman was catching steelhead in the South Fork near Van Zandt.
Fishing has now been banned in areas of the Nooksack River basin because the water flow is so low and water temperatures so high that fish are dying off. It’s unlike normal years, such as in 2009 when this fly fisherman was catching steelhead in the South Fork near Van Zandt. File The Bellingham Herald
Fishing has now been banned in areas of the Nooksack River basin because the water flow is so low and water temperatures so high that fish are dying off. It’s unlike normal years, such as in 2009 when this fly fisherman was catching steelhead in the South Fork near Van Zandt. File The Bellingham Herald

Drought forces fishing ban in Nooksack River Basin

August 27, 2015 02:58 PM