The hatchery is a cooperative venture with Curry Anadromous Fishermen, Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, people of Central Curry County, and the Knox Family to increase the number of Fall Chinook Salmon in area streams.  Besides raising and then putting 80,000 to 100,000 young salmon in the Rogue River every year, we show the residents and visitors of Curry County how we do this and who makes it happen.




Here two new ways to help the hatchery through donations.

Fred Meyer

Link your Rewards Card to the hatchery at Enrolling is an easy process that’s clearly outlined on the site. Customers can begin earning donations for our nonprofit when they shop at Fred Meyer using a linked Rewards Card. This is an ongoing program and customers may enroll at any time. First log into your account and next select Community Rewards; it is on the left side. Type Curry Anadromous Fishermen in the search bar. Once our organization comes up hit enroll. This will not affect your existing Fred Meyer’s rewards or gas rewards program; you will just be providing a donation to the hatchery with eligible purchases.

Amazon Smile

On your first visit to AmazonSmile,, you need to select a charitable organization to receive the donations from eligible purchases before you begin shopping. Search for Curry Anadromous Fishermen.  Amazon will remember your selection, and then every eligible purchase you make at will result in a donation. This cannot, at this time, be accessed from the Amazon App for iOS or Android, so you will need to access through a web browser. If you have an existing Amazon account this will not affect it, you will just be providing a donation to the hatchery with eligible purchases. This program is a great way for friends and family from out of town to help support our hatchery.

Thank you for anything you can do to help out the Indian Creek Hatchery and its support of the salmon fishery in the Lower Rogue River.

If you have questions please contact Roger Lindquist at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or

(541) 373-7848