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May 1, 1987

1986 Columbia River Spring Dip-net Tribal Subsistence Fishery

The four treaty Indian tribes that have ceremonial and subsistence fishing rights on the Columbia River between Bonneville and McNary dams are the Nez Perce, Umatilla, Warm Springs, and Yakima tribes.  This is a report on the spring Chinook Salmon fishery....

Howard Schaller

January 4, 1993

1992 Columbia River Fish Runs and Fisheries

This report summarizes 1992 Columbia River fish runs and fisheries. A section on the Endangered Species Act (ESA) is also included for those species that are listed as “threatened” or “endangered”. The 1992 fish counts at mainstem dams on the Columbia and Snake rivers, the average timing and...

Paul Lumley, Robert McClure, Mike Matylewich

January 1, 2006

2004-2006 US LOA Chinook Draft Report: Fixes or Alternatives to the Individual Stock Based Management (ISBM) Provisions

This report covers alternatives to the current approach used to generate Individual Stock Based Management (ISBM) indices. As shown by Sharma (2005), there are numerous problems with the current index. These stem from the fact that the model and coded-wire tagged (CWT) based indices do not track...

Rishi Sharma

March 16, 2006

2005 Annual Report: An Evaluation of the Reproductive Success of Natural-origin, Hatchery-origin, and Kelt Steelhead in the Columbia Basin

We initiated a field study to investigate the relative reproductive success of artificially reconditioned kelt steelhead. Prior to an implementation of a large-scale steelhead kelt reconditioning program, it is important to evaluate the reproductive success of reconditioned kelts relative to...

Douglas R. Hatch, Ryan Branstetter, Jeff Stephenson, John Whiteaker, Shawn Narum, David Fast, Joe Blodgett, Bill Bosch, Todd Newsome, David Lind, Brandon Rogers, Chris Fisher, Rhonda Dasher, Devin Best, Jens Lovtang, and Madison Powell

May 12, 2008

2007 Annual Report: Steelhead Kelt Reconditioning and Reproductive Success

Iteroparity, the ability to repeat spawn, is a natural life history strategy that is expressed by some species from the family Salmonidae. Current rates of observed steelhead iteroparity rates in the Columbia River Basin are severely depressed due to anthropogenic development, operation of the...

Ryan Branstetter, Jeff Stephenson, Douglas R. Hatch, John Whiteaker, and Saang-Yoon Hyun

February 16, 2010

2009 Annual Report: Genetic Assessment of Columbia River Stocks

This project combines four inter-related studies from the Fish & Wildlife Program Accords that address these current and future objectives: 1) discover and evaluate SNP markers in salmon and steelhead; 2) expand and create genetic baselines for multiple species (Chinook, steelhead, sockeye, and...

Shawn R. Narum, Nathan R. Campbell, Andrew P. Matala, and Jon E. Hess

June 29, 2010

2009 Draft Annual Report: Steelhead Kelt Reconditioning and Reproductive Success

Iteroparity, the ability to repeat spawn, is a natural life history strategy expressed by some species from the family Salmonidae. Observed iteroparity rates for steelhead Oncorhynchus mykiss in the Columbia River Basin are currently depressed due to anthropogenic development including operation of...

Ryan Branstetter, Jeff Stephenson, Andrew Pierce, Douglas R. Hatch

March 1, 2010

2009 Spring Chinook Escapement to the Upper Basin of the Klickitat River Based on DIDSON Sonar Counts

A Dual-Frequency Identification Sonar (DIDSON) sonar was deployed to observe fish passage through the Castile Falls Fishway on the Klickitat River, and to obtain an estimate of spring Chinook escapement to the upper basin. The DIDSON continuously recorded sequential 1-hour files from late May until...

Peter F. Galbreath, Chris R. Fredericksen, Peter E. Barber, and Saang-Yoon Hyun

March 31, 2011

2010 Annual Report: Genetic Assessment of Columbia River Stocks

This project combines four inter-related studies from the Fish & Wildlife Program Accords that address these current and future objectives: 1) discover and evaluate SNP markers in salmon and steelhead; 2) expand and create genetic baselines for multiple species (Chinook, steelhead, sockeye, and...

Jon E. Hess, Nathan R. Campbell, Andrew P. Matala, and Shawn R. Narum

January 10, 2011

2010 Spring Chinook Escapement to the Upper Basin of the Klickitat River Based on DIDSON Sonar Counts

A Dual-Frequency Identification Sonar (DIDSON) sonar was deployed to observe fish passage through the Castile Falls Fishway on the Klickitat River, and to obtain an estimate of 2010 spring Chinook Oncorhynchus tschawytscha escapement to the upper basin.  The DIDSON continuously recorded...

Peter F. Galbreath, Peter E. Barber, Chris R. Frederiksen, and Robert B. Lessard

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