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Interception of wild Salmon Lake coho salmon by hatchery supported fisheries

Artwin Schmidt

Interception of wild Salmon Lake coho salmon by hatchery supported fisheries

by Artwin Schmidt

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Published by Alaska Dept. of Fish and Game, Division of Sport Fish, Research and Technical Services in Anchorage .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Coho salmon -- Alaska -- Salmon Lake -- Statistics.,
  • Salmon fisheries -- Alaska -- Salmon Lake -- Statistics.,
  • Fish tagging -- Alaska -- Salmon Lake -- Statistics.

  • About the Edition

    A total of 4,692 pre-smolt coho salmon Oncorhynchus kisutch were tagged with coded wire tags (CWTs) at Salmon Lake during spring 1994, and interception of these tagged coho was monitored during fisheries conducted in 1995. The marked fraction for the 1994 outmigration (0.2581) was determined by inspecting adults returning to spawn in 1995. Contribution of Salmon Lake coho salmon to sport and commercial fisheries in 1995 was 1740 fish. CWTs were also placed on 4,509 coho smolt at nearby Medvejie Hatchery (marked fraction=1) to allow comparison of recovery pattern for the wild stock coho at Salmon Lake and the hatchery stock released from Medvejie Hatchery. Contribution by both releases of CWTd fish to the Sitka sport fisheries was similar (65 fish. However, CWTd Salmon Lake coho contributed 328 fish to the troll fishery while CWTd Medvejie coho contributed less than half as many (162), indicating that migratory patterns are significantly different and the hatchery stock may not be a good indicator of fate of the wild stock. Fisheries conducted by gillnet and seine in the Deep Inlet Terminal Harvest Area harvested a minimum of 157 wild stock Salmon Lake coho (123 by gillnetters and 34 by seiners). This additional fishing pressure on the wild stock of coho salmon at Salmon Lake further increased exploitation rate, which had more than doubled from 35% in 1985 to 72% in 1989.

    Edition Notes

    Statementby Artwin Schmidt.
    SeriesFishery data series -- no. 96-26.
    ContributionsAlaska. Division of Sport Fish.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationii, 22 p. :
    Number of Pages22
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15449932M

    Coho Salmon in Salmon River • Quantify abundance and survival of wild coho salmon after cessation of hatchery coho releases into Salmon River (last releases in , adults returned in ) • Describe the diversity of juvenile life histories, and estimate the relative contributions of juvenile life history types to adult returns.   The number of salmon in the Pacific Ocean is twice what it was 50 years ago. But there is a downside to this bounty, as growing numbers of hatchery-produced salmon are flooding the Pacific and making it hard for threatened wild salmon .

    A 6-ounce serving of coho salmon has calories, grams of fat, and grams of protein. Also known as silver salmon, wild Alaskan coho salmon is frequently compared to king salmon but with a firmer texture and orange-ish or peach-colored meat. Hatchery-raised coho salmon that never migrated our of Lake Sammamish can now be kept by anglers. State Fish and Wildlife has implemented landlocked salmon rules for Lake Sammamish now through May

    Salmon are the backbone of the ecosystems of Southeast Alaska. For all of us who live here, Salmon are an extremely important part of our lives. Many of our jobs are directed related to salmon through fishing, processing, shipping, guiding, or managing salmon stocks. Separate agreements – or “Annexes” to the Treaty – govern fisheries for chinook, coho, chum, and sockeye. The tribes in western Washington participate in the annual Pacific Salmon Commission meetings to promote their harvest opportunity, but their primary focus is conservation of depressed chinook and coho stocks.


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“The hope is they will hunker down for the winter in Porter Creek and migrate out (to the ocean) in spring,” said White, who is lead biologist for the hatchery-based coho salmon recovery program. Salmon. Coho Salmon Devils Lake and Rock Creek have a very important, small, wild coho salmon population listed as a threatened species.

The state of Oregon is making a major effort to recover that species. The lake and creek have about to adult coho. Beyond Michigan waters, the predominance of wild Chinook salmon in Lake Superior fisheries also has been demonstrated by other agencies around the lake including Wisconsin, Minnesota and Ontario.

On a related historical note, Michigan ceased the stocking of coho salmon in Lake Superior afteralso because populations had become self. The Russian has tributaries, and most or all of them support wild steelhead.

The hatchery allows anglers to catch and keep steelhead, while releasing wild fish.” (Technicians clip the adipose fins of young hatchery-raised steelhead, allowing anglers to identify them.) But the Coho program, continues Manning, is strictly about conservation.

At the same time, the tribe moved surplus adult coho salmon from its hatchery to the creek to kick start coho spawning. As a result, the majority of the coho returns used to be hatchery fish, but now they are mostly naturally produced, McHenry said.

“We don’t need to push fish in the creek anymore,” he said. Nickelson TE. The influence of hatchery coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch) on the productivity of wild coho salmon populations in Oregon coastal basins.

Canadian Journal of Aquatic and Fisheries Sciences. ; – Olney PJS, Mace GM, Feistner A. Creative Conservation: Interactive Management of Wild and Captive Animals.