News

NEWS

Check out the Life Cycle Picture Board at the hatchery, created by Hassie Taylor.

Membership appreciation dinner that takes place in mid-December.

Check "Events" for other oportunities.

If you are interested in volunteering or becoming a member with Curry Anadromous Fishermen (CAF) at the Indian Creek Hatchery, please contact Tom Spani @ 541-660-9229 or  tom_spani@msn.com

To update your email please call Tom Spani @ 541-660-9229 or send to tom_spani@msn.com

Don’t forget to save your McKay receipts. It is an easy way to add money to feed our babies. You can turn the receipts in at the hatchery, Jots, or The Indian Creek Café. Each location has a donation jar.

Ray’s Market Receipts-We need more members to enroll in the All Access Program or they will discontinue our donations. Members can enroll at the store.

Fred Meyer - Link your Rewards Card to the hatchery at fredmeyer.com.

EVENTS

Today is going to be a fantastic day.  Enjoy!

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED - Our salmon fry are quite healthy, and the feeding schedule is in full swing.  We still need some maintenance and cleaning help so check with Gary Underhill to get signed up.  Thank you to Gary and his team for their hard work!

We are looking for a few people to run the Salmon Derby this August 7, 8, 9, 10, 2024. Check with any of the board members to join the Derby Team.

MEETINGS

General Meeting:  Normally the 3rd Saturday of each month at 10:00 AM.  It's held at the Gold Beach Community Center located at 29841 Airport Way, Gold Beach. 

July 20

August 17

September 21

Board Meeting: Second Thursday of the Month, 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM,  Meeting is held outside at the Indian Creek Hatchery.

July 11

August 8

September 12

You can be a Sponsor for just $72 a year.

A list of Sponsors can be found by clicking on the Sponsor tab towards the top of the page.

SNOUT RECOVERY PROGRAM

By John Weber on 3/5/2020

In an effort to understand fishery contribution and improve hatchery performance, the Curry

Anadromous Fishermen (CAF) will be sponsoring a coded wire tag (CWT) snout collection effort.

The group will have stations located at key fish cleaning areas and boat landings. The stations will have baggies and a place for volunteers to donate snouts from fish they caught that are missing the adipose fin. Also, there will be a small ticket to fill out for use in a raffle for some nice prizes. There will be two separate raffle drawings. One or Spring Chinook season, and a separate drawing for Indian Creek fish in the fall.

For more information on this, go to The Riffle section of this website.  Click on 2020 and then download the March April Riffle

For Volunteer Opportunities, go to the Volunteer tab.