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  1. 1. rileydesign rd Benjamin Riley Creative Free Agent graphic design corporate identity 208.870.3492 advertising benrileydesign@mac.com publication design PO Box 482 Horseshoe Bend, Idaho 83629
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  3. 3. Cutthroat PRESS Joe Evancho jevancho@cableone.net 208.343.8396 PO Box 1471 Boise, Idaho 83701 www.cutthroatpress.com
  4. 4. FISHING SECOND EDITION IDAHO An Angler’s Guide Joe Evancho
  5. 5. Drainages: Clearwater FISHING IDAHO An Angler’s Guide Palause Clearwater Snake Clearwater The Clearwater Region is one of the most productive fishing areas in the state, boasting more than a dozen species of game fish. It is also one of the most primitive. Lewis and Clark traveled through this area on their Voyage of Discovery and much of the land remains nearly as primitive today as it was in the early 1800s. The major drainage is the Clearwater River and it drains an area of 25,000 square miles from the northeast corner of the region, near the Montana border, south to the north side of the Salmon River in the Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness area. The region also includes part of the Snake River downstream of Hells Canyon Dam and the Salmon River downstream of Riggins. For most of the way across the interior of the state, the north shore of the Main Salmon River acts as the region’s southern boundary. There are several world-famous trout streams in the Clearwater Region. North Fork Clearwater, Kelly Creek and the Lochsa and Selway rivers are spread across this wilderness drainage with their headwaters high in the forestlands of the Bitterroot Mountains. These streams alone would make a trip to the region worthwhile. Part of the Selway, and bits and pieces of the Lochsa and South Fork Clearwater rivers, run through rugged areas. The Lochsa and the Selway meet near Lowell and they form the Middle Fork of the Clearwater River and are part of the National Wild and Scenic River System. There are still some areas here where man has had little impact. Some roadless areas, though exceedingly rugged, are not designated wilderness. But progress has taken its toll, even in the Clearwater Region. The building of the Dworshak (Northfork Clearwater River) and Hells Canyon (Snake River) dams eliminated natural production of steelhead and salmon above these dams as they have no fish-passage capacity. The Salmon and Snake river sections in the Clearwater Region are migration corridors for chinook salmon and steelhead spawners. Other dams on the Columbia and Snake rivers have had negative impacts on the fishery to the extent that these fisheries are maintained with an aggressive stocking program to supplement returning wild fish. Still, anadromous fisheries in the Clear- 76 77
  6. 6. Clearwater Clearwater FISHING IDAHO An Angler’s Guide water Region will require maintaining naturally spawning fish and preser- The Palouse River Drainage vation of spawning habitat. Other native species found in this region include rainbow, cutthroat and bull trout and mountain whitefish. There are approximately 708 moun- The Palouse River drainage is the smallest in the tain lakes in the region of which, for a variety of reasons, 452 are fish-less. state, carrying runoff from mountain woodlands and rolling farm country That leaves 256 mountain lakes with fish. Of these, 172 lakes that have to the Idaho-Washington border. It drains from elevations of 5,000 feet. populations of introduced species that are not currently being stocked. Its upper reaches have been impacted by road building, logging and These lakes have fish that were planted in 1930s, ’40s and ’50s. Of these mining. The lower areas are heavily farmed. The highest quality remaining 172 lakes, 129 were stocked with western trout species and 43 were stocked trout habitat is found near the Palouse River headwaters. with eastern brook trout. Seventy-three lakes are stocked on a rotating Some trout ponds have been developed in reclaimed mining areas. basis (three-year cycle) to maintain fish populations. There are 11 with naturally occurring populations of native species. Rivers, Lakes and other Waters So whatever your choice, from spin-casting for bass, dock-fishing for bluegill with a bobber and worm, fly-fishing for trout or salmon, or hiking to a high mountain lake, there is something for you in the Clearwater Region. The Palouse River FFW From the Washington border to its headwaters in the St. Joe National Forest, including tributaries, there are 70 miles of Palouse River in the state. Closer to the Washington border, it is a mixed fishery, stocked with catch- able rainbow trout. Other species include brook trout and smallmouth bass. Upstream, the water is prone to low levels late in the season. The upstream waters are also the most pristine in the drainage, with numerous area campsites. Catchable rainbow trout are stocked in the Laird Park area in the spring. Laird Park has large camping (28 sites) and picnic areas and it is located on the upper reaches of the Palouse River. Clearwater River Drainage The area along the Clearwater River was originally inhabited by vari- ous bands of Nez Perce along the western edge of what is now Clearwater County in central Idaho. Hunting and fishing parties traveled in and out of the area while others would travel to prairies and meadows above the river to gather roots and berries. From its headwaters in the mountains of the Bitterroot Range on the Idaho-Montana border, the Clearwater River runs west across the state to Lewiston where it joins the Snake River. Starting at an elevation of almost 9,000 feet, the river drops to just more than 700 feet above sea level as it drains an area of approximately 9,640 square miles. Its major tributaries 78 79
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  8. 8. Together with their families Rebecca Jane Hird and Paul Andrew Swenson invite you to celebrate their wedding on Saturday, the eighteenth of October two thousand and three at three o’clock in the afternoon Pioneer Condos Amphitheater at Bogus Basin reception following at Pioneer Lodge From Boise Airport > S Vista Ave > S Capitol Blvd. > W Front St > N 15th St. > W Hill Road > N Bogus Basin Road Pioneer Condos Pioneer N Lodge P P Frontier Point Bogus Basin Ski Resort Nordic Lodge Bogus Creek Lodge 16 miles to Boise Postcard The courtesy of reply is requested Stamp before September 18, 2003. Here Name Cindy Trail Number attending 9532 Birmingham Dr. Boise, Idaho 83704 Cut return postcard on dotted line.
  9. 9. In the Marketplace Procedure for Reporting Employee Concerns Antitrust Compliance: The purpose of antitrust laws is to preserve and Employees are encouraged to seek advice concerning the Code of promote business competition. We must comply with the antitrust laws Business Conduct and to report concerns about conduct or practices enacted by the United States, individual states, and foreign countries. that they believe to be a violation of the Code. Your supervisor should We may not enter into agreements, understandings, or discussions with ordinarily be your first contact. However, you may also call your Ethics competitors that concern prices, bids, profit margins, marketing plans, or Coordinator, the Human Resources or Legal Departments, or any of other subjects that might restrain trade. the numbers below. Reports to the Business Conduct Help Line will be delivered to Company headquarters for handling. Business Ethics and Compliance Ethics Coordinator Line . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (888) 426–6564 With the Government When you call this number you will be asked to select from the following menu: The Company is responsible for complying with federal, state, and local laws and regulations applicable to the performance of work for government clients. When dealing with governmental entities, we must Defense . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 1 keep informed of and abide by current procurement and other rules. We Energy & Environment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 2 also must follow laws and regulations concerning timely and accurate Infrastructure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 3 recording of charges, provide current, accurate, and complete cost and Industrial/Process . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 4 pricing data, comply fully with all contract requirements, and know the Mining . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 5 restrictions on hiring government employees. These laws and regulations Power . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66 can be complex and employees should seek advice from appropriate Operations Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 7 INTEGRITY AND CANDOR Company personnel when questions arise. Eastern Operations Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 1 Western Operations Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 2 No payments will be made to any political organization or government S A F E T Y Ploiesti Operations Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 3 official without approval from the Company’s Government Affairs office. Rust Constructors, Inc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88 A C C O U N TA B I L I T Y A N D In International Business RESPONSIBILITY Business Conduct Help Line Domestic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (877) 703–5334 When conducting international business, we comply with both U.S. International . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (770) 582–5242 COOPERATION and foreign laws. Compliance with laws, as well as corporate policies, are required even if they seem inconsistent with local practices in AND EFFICIENCY Associate General Counsel-Compliance . . . . . . .(208) 386–5560 foreign countries. It is important that employees working on foreign VP Corporate Financial Compliance . . . . . . . . . .(208) 386–5185 projects know applicable laws and the Legal Department should be Corporate EEO Officer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(800) 331–8482 contacted for guidance. COMPETENCE AND Safety Hot Line . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(866) 625–6523 PROFESSIONAL BEHAVIOR The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act prohibits us from giving or offering Reporting by Mail: anything of value to officials or politicians of foreign countries to obtain Washington Group International or retain business. Arrangements with agents may never be used to D I V E R S I T Y Associate General Counsel – Compliance funnel improper payments. The Act also requires accurate and specific recording of all expenses incurred in the conduct of any business. Legal Department 720 Park Boulevard, Boise, Idaho 83729 We must abide by U. S. Government controls on the import and export of goods, services and technical information, and adhere to U.S. A complete copy of the Code of Business Conduct can be accessed on the boycott laws. Intranet home page: http://intraweb.corp.wgint.com/.
  10. 10. T he Code of Business Conduct is more than a set of rules for doing services we perform everyday and we challenge and encourage our business. It’s a philosophy and way of thinking about our work that employees to practice these values personally and professionally. The is based on our core values of integrity and candor, safety, accountability Code of Business Conduct describes the behaviors that are necessary to Steve Hanks and responsibility, cooperation and efficiency, competence and work ethically. professional behavior, and diversity. Our core values help guide the President and CEO In the Company At Washington Group International, we Protecting Confidential Information: We must protect confidential have built a solid reputation for doing information of the Company by not disclosing or using it other than as business with honesty and integrity. The Conflicts of Interest: We have a duty to avoid financial, business, necessary to conduct business or as authorized by the Company. Code of Business Conduct is how we do business – with the highest or other interests that might conflict with our responsibilities to the standards of business ethics. Our core values help guide the services Company, or with the interests of the Company and those with whom it Environment, Health & Safety: The Company is committed we perform everyday and we challenge and encourage our employees does business. to protecting the environment and to providing a safe and healthy to practice these values personally and professionally. workplace for its employees and the public. We will comply with all Protecting Company Assets: We must conserve, protect, and applicable environmental, health, and safety laws and regulations. As leaders of Washington Group, we take our responsibility of properly use Company assets and resources, including computers and protecting the enterprise and the livelihood of our employees other equipment. The use of Company property for any improper, illegal, Copyright: Copyright laws provide the author of a work with the seriously. As leaders, we must encourage our employees to report or unauthorized personal purpose is strictly prohibited. exclusive right to copy, distribute, adapt, and perform the work. We suspect or questionable business practices without fear of retaliation must protect the Company’s copyrights and not infringe the copyrights or retribution. In addition, we must investigate the concern and take Fair Employment Practices: We do not discriminate against any of others. appropriate actions in a timely manner. individual on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, marital status, citizenship, service in a uniformed service, As employees of Washington Group, we are all obligated to act, at all or any other category protected by applicable laws. Employees are to With Clients times and in all places, as law-abiding, responsible, and responsive be treated fairly based on their job performance and other business- citizens. To accomplish our professional and personal goals, we related criteria. must conduct our business activities under the highest standards of Gifts to Clients: We must seek appropriate approvals when extending business ethics. Product Quality: To assure delivery of quality products and services, business courtesies to clients. Good judgment must be used in business we must observe all contract specifications as well as quality standards entertainment. Expenses are to be fully and accurately reported and Our company cannot be truly successful without the committed specified by the best trade practices. We also must perform all necessary charged to appropriate accounts, and all participants in business efforts of our employees. We are relying on you to help us maintain tests and inspections, and accurately record and report the results entertainment activities are to be identified in expense reports. Gratuities our high standards. Employees who have business practice or work- as required. to government officials are prohibited, with limited exceptions as related concerns should discuss the situation with their supervisor or approved by the Company’s Government Affairs office. ethics coordinator. If this option is not feasible, we have engaged an Insider Trading: Employees in possession of material, nonpublic independent third party to serve as a communication option for information (inside information) may not trade in Company securities those who wish to report concerns to the company, but prefer to or the securities of another company to which the information pertains. With Suppliers remain anonymous. Also, we may not communicate inside information to others, who could trade the security in question or give the information to others who Please read and understand the Code of Business Conduct and might trade. Supplier Relations: Relationships with suppliers must be based on become familiar with any areas that may pertain to your work. As honesty, mutual respect, and nondiscrimination. We may not accept gifts your president and chief executive officer, I have on many occasions Financial Records: Financial transactions must be properly authorized from suppliers, with the exception of gifts of a nominal value. We are committed to you that I will always act and conduct business with the and completely and accurately recorded in the Company’s books and forbidden from offering or accepting any kickback in government or highest standards of business ethics and I want you to make that same records. No false or deceptive entries may be made in Company records other contracting activities. commitment. This is the only way we can protect and guarantee our for any reason. We are responsible for ensuring that all labor, materials, operational integrity. and costs are accurately charged.