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Presented by Cindy LeFleur Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife December 2006. Columbia River Chinook Runs and Fisheries - 2006. 2006 Preliminary Review. 2006 Chinook Runs and Fisheries Forecast Accuracy Outlook for 2007 Returns. Upriver Spring Chinook Returns 1982-2006.

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presented by cindy lefleur washington department of fish and wildlife december 2006
Presented by Cindy LeFleur

Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife

December 2006

Columbia River Chinook Runs and Fisheries - 2006
2006 preliminary review
2006 Preliminary Review
  • 2006 Chinook Runs and Fisheries
  • Forecast Accuracy
  • Outlook for 2007 Returns
upriver spring chinook returns 1982 2006
Upriver Spring Chinook Returns1982-2006

2006 Return 132,100

2006 Forecast 88,400

spring chinook fisheries 2006
Spring Chinook Fisheries 2006
  • Recreational
    • 87,000 angler trips
    • 7,000 fish kept
  • Commercial
    • 4,300 fish kept
    • Ex-vessel value $5.50/pound
    • SAFE commercial harvest of 6,800
spring chinook fisheries 2006 continued
Spring Chinook Fisheries 2006(continued)
  • Tribal
    • 8,400 - C&S only
  • ESA impact rate
    • Non-Indian – 1.8% vs 2% guideline
    • Treaty Indian – 6.6% vs 8% guideline
upper columbia summer chinook returns 1982 2006
Upper Columbia Summer Chinook Returns1982-2006

2006 Return 76,200

2006 Forecast 49,000

summer chinook fisheries 2006
Summer Chinook Fisheries2006
  • Recreational
    • 44,300 angler trips
    • 5,200 fish kept
  • Commercial
    • 4,800 fish kept
    • Ex-vessel value $2 - $3.50/pound
    • SAFE commercial harvest of 500
  • Treaty harvest of 16,300
columbia river fall chinook returns 1982 2006
Columbia River Fall Chinook Returns1982-2006

2006 Return ~396,000

2006 Forecast 473,900

upriver bright fall chinook returns 1982 2006
Upriver Bright Fall Chinook Returns1982-2006

2006 Return

~225,900

2006 Forecast 249,100

mid columbia bright fall chinook returns 1982 2006
Mid-Columbia Bright Fall Chinook Returns 1982-2006

2006 Forecast 86,600

2006 Return ~71,900

bonneville pool hatchery fall chinook returns 1982 2006
Bonneville Pool Hatchery Fall Chinook Returns 1982-2006

2006 Return ~33,700

2006 Forecast 51,800

fall chinook fisheries 2006
Fall Chinook Fisheries 2006
  • Recreational
    • 89,300 Angler trips
    • Chinook kept 13,700
  • Commercial
    • 26,000 Chinook kept
    • Ex-vessel value up to $3.50/pound
    • SAFE commercial harvest ~ 4,600
  • Treaty harvest of 82,600 Chinook
outlook for 2007 returns
Outlook for 2007 Returns
  • Generally down from 2006
    • Upriver Spring Chinook – 78,500
    • Summer Chinook – 45,600
    • Sockeye – 27,300
    • Upriver Fall Chinook – about 20% less than 2006
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