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Angler effort and harvest of chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) and coho salmon (O. kisutch) by recreational fisheries in the lower Kenai River fisheries, 1987

Stephen Hammarstrom

Angler effort and harvest of chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) and coho salmon (O. kisutch) by recreational fisheries in the lower Kenai River fisheries, 1987

by Stephen Hammarstrom

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Published by Alaska Dept. of Fish and Game, Division of Sport Fish in Juneau, Alaska .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Chinook salmon -- Alaska -- Kenai River Region.,
  • Coho salmon -- Alaska -- Kenai River Region.,
  • Salmon fisheries -- Alaska -- Kenai River Region.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesFederal aid in sport fish restoration (Alaska)
    Statementby S.L. Hammarstrom.
    SeriesFishery data series -- no. 50.
    ContributionsAlaska. Division of Sport Fish.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 87 p. :
    Number of Pages87
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14381555M

    Chinook salmon are known as “king” salmon. With catch rates, angler effort and harvest slowing dramatically in the Little Salmon River, Fish and Game staff will transfer Rapid River hatchery. Reason for action: Based on angler effort and harvest rates observed during the last fishing period, there is not enough allocation for another two-day spring chinook fishery on the Snake River. Staff continue to evaluate total harvest to date; should sufficient harvestable surplus .

    Table 2. Monthly totals of fishing effort and salmonid harvest from the Illinois waters of Lake Michigan by charter boat anglers in Month Trips Number residents Number non-residents Effort (angler-hours) Coho salmon Chinook salmon Lake trout Rainbow trout Brown trout Total Catch Mar 0 . Both the number harvested and the percentage of Chinook salmon in the harvest increased compared to Harvests of Chinook salmon, lake trout, and brown trout increased between and ; harvests of coho salmon and rainbow trout declined. Charter boat angler effort (98, angler-hours) increased slightly from (95, angler-hours).

    harvest. The harvest of Chinook salmon in Illinois waters declined for the first time in six years. Harvests of coho salmon, Chinook salmon, and rainbow trout declined between and ; lake trout harvest increases slightly and brown trout more than doubled. Charter boat angler effort (91, angler-hours) declined by 12% from Chinook salmon harvest was second to coho, with % of the total, followed by steelhead (%), brown trout (%) and lake trout (%, Table 4). This was a % decrease in angler effort and a % decrease in harvest compared to the season when , angler hours were spent fishing to harv fish (Table 5). Based.


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Angler effort and harvest of chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) and coho salmon (O. kisutch) by recreational fisheries in the lower Kenai River fisheries, 1987 by Stephen Hammarstrom Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Upper Salmon River Chinook fishery opened this past Friday, June Angler effort on opening day was high with anglers spread out throughout the fishery area.

Over the weekend, the majority of anglers were observed fishing downstream of the Yankee Fork Salmon River, and poor weather on Sunday resulted in a drop in angler effort.

Salmon were caught each day, and an. IDFG Chinook angler effort on the upper Salmon River increased over the 4th of July weekend. Once again, the majority of anglers were observed fishing downstream of the Yankee Fork Salmon River confluence, but effort also increased upstream of Stanley, near the Sawtooth Hatchery.

An estimated 39 hatchery Chinook (35 adults and 4 jacks) were harvested between Friday and. We developed the plan to monitor the chinook fishery in the Clearwater drainage based on the following five objectives: 1. Estimate the angler effort for each river.

Estimate the harvest of hatchery chinook for each river (+1- 10%). Estimate the number of hatchery and non-hatchery fish released. Assess the age composition of the.

the number of fish released and angler effort for the fishery. By multiplying harvest and release rates and angler effort we estimated that spring chinook were harvested and spring Angler effort and harvest of chinook salmon book were released.

Multiplying the original estimates by the proportions of sampled adults. These run sizes will allow a harvest of over 3, adult salmon, which is considerably more than was provided during Idaho’s spring chinook seasons.

Chinook angler effort on the upper Salmon. If it proceeds, this trial fishery would be carefully monitored to estimate angler effort, harvest and overall satisfaction of both Chinook and steelhead salmon anglers.

Be the first to know. The sport harvest of chinook salmon ranged f fish in toin During the lake-wide chinook harvest and catch rate increased by 25% and 56%, respectively, while total angler effort declined by 20%. The mean age of chinook salmon harvested in the sport fishery ranged from lake years.

through August 3. We estimated total effort, catch per angler trip, number of fish kept, the percentage of marked chinook salmon (mark rate), and the percentage of fish greater than the 22” minimum size encountered. We estimated fishing effort at 24, angler trips during the Chinook.

Estimates of Effort and Harvest for Selected Sport Fisheries for Chinook Salmon in Northern Cook Inlet, Alaska, bY Dana E. Sweet, Allen E. Bingham, and Keith A. Webster October Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish. Estimates of daily angler effort, catch, and harvest for Chinook Salmon during the 1 sport fishery on the South Fork Salmon River, Idaho 27 Appendix B2.

Estimates of daily angler effort, catch, and harvest for Chinook Salmon during the sport fishery on the South Fork Salmon. These are the non-stock of concern chinook, also known as Thompson as per the pie chart and graph above. Normally we would harvest about 3, but we all know how good the fishing was last year and there was a closure for 3 months prior, so effort and success was high.

Chinook Salmon Fishery •Effort: 14, angler hours •Trips: 3, angler trips •Catch rate: salmon per angler hours •Harvest: salmon 17 Mokelumne River Fall-Run Chinook Salmon Season • Camanche Dam to Elliot Road – Open July 16 –October 15 • Elliot Road to Woodbridge Irrigation District Dam (including Lodi Lake).

Quintile maps of harvest per unit effort (fish per angler-hour) and effort (angler-hours) in 10′ grid cells. Data are presented for two time periods (– on top row and – on bottom row). Provided with each map are the upper cutoff values of each quintile, given by roman numerals I–V.

Table 2. Run-size, angler harvest, and spawner escapement estimates for Trinity River Hatchery-produced, coded-wire tagged, spring and fall Chinook salmon returning to the Trinity River during the season. 75 Table 3.

Run-size, percent return, in-river sport catch and spawner escapement. Daily estimates of unguided boat angler effort, catch, harvest, CPUE, and HPUE by geographic strata during the early-run Kenai River Chinook salmon fishery, 17 May–19 June.

48 B2. Daily estimates of guided boat angler effort, catch, harvest, CPUE, and HPUE by geographic strata. Both the number harvested and the percentage of Chinook salmon in the harvest decreased compared to Harvest of brown trout increased between and ; harvests of lake trout, coho salmon and rainbow trout declined or were similar.

Charter boat angler effort (98, angler-hours) was similar to (98, angler-hours). angler harvest; Chinook salmon (3%), lake trout (27%), rainbow trout (4%), and brown trout (harvest. The percentage of coho in the harvest was similar to the long-term average ( average 65%; range %).

Both total harvest and effort declined compared to Uncertainties associated with the effects of the COVID pandemic on markets, angler effort, and critical catch sampling, coupled with low Chinook and coho forecasts, made structuring the.

To understand the peculiarities of Chinook harvest, we need to consider the peculiarities of the Chinook population. They are by far the least numerous of Pacific salmon. They are also in demand out of proportion to their numbers due to their large size and high fat content, both by commercial fishermen and sport anglers.

a lakewide reduction in Chinook salmon stocking in Harvests of coho salmon, Chinook salmon, rainbow trout, and brown trout declined between and ; lake trout harvest increased for the second year in a row.

Charter boat angler effort (94, angler-hours) increased by 3% from (91, angler-hours). While far short of record return years, some Columbia River salmon runs are tweaking memories of the good ol’ days. Anglers in the Tri-Cities area set a harvest .2. Gener angler-days annually of Chinook salmon sport fishing effort at Eklutna Tailrace where none previously existed.

Actions 1. Annually stocktothermally marked Chinook salmon smolt, of which % will be adipose fin-clipped and fitted with a coded wire tag, in Deception Creek (a tributary of Willow Creek). 2.boat-angler effort at 2, hours, or 79% of the total hours. Fishing effort during was 5% above the ten-year average and 14% higher than The estimated harvest offish was dominated by yellow perch (,) and Chinook salmon (,), followed by walleye (87,) and rainbow trout (46,).

The boat fishery, comprised of.