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CRYSTAL LAKE HATCHERY

CRYSTAL LAKE HATCHERY

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  1. CRYSTAL LAKE HATCHERY

  2. North of Zarembo Island South of Admiralty Island East of Kupreanof Island PETERSBURG CLH MITKOF ISLAND AND VACINITY

  3. CLH HISTORY 1968 - $3,000,000 hatchery construction bond issue passed 1970 - Crystal Lake chosen for hatchery site 1971 - Construction of CLH begins 1972 - CLH becomes operational and receives first eggs 1973 - CLH construction “completed to funding level”. Anadromous Fish Act provides $100,000 for improvements to water supply and spawning facility 1975 - Construction of ten Burroughs pond raceways completed 1977- CLH transferred from Hatchery Services to FRED Division 1978 - BKD outbreak - all eggs and fish destroyed and hatchery disinfected

  4. 1986 - Start cooperative chinook release project with SSRAA at Earl West Cove 1992 & 1993 - CLH receives 20% of operational funding by Sport Fish 1993 - FRED Division merged with Commercial Fisheries to become CFMD (Commercial Fisheries, Management and Development) 1993 & 1994 - Receives 100% of operational funding by Sport Fish, operated by CFMD 1994 - First adult returns from 100% Sport Fish Division funded operations 1995 - CLH transferred to Sport Fish Division 2000 - SSRAA takes over operation of CLH effective July 1

  5. Andrew Creek weir – August, 1981

  6. Stocking coho fry in Irish Creek – May, 1983

  7. Stocking steelhead in Falls Ck. - June, 1983

  8. Otter and Swans – February, 1982

  9. Otter eating swan – February, 1982

  10. Crystal Lake Hatchery Programs 150,000 coho released into Crystal Creek – mitigation, sport, commercial, broodstock 600,000 chinook released into Crystal Creek – sport, commercial, broodstock 450,000 chinook released at Anita Bay – commercial, (sport) 450,000 Chickamin chinook released at Neets Bay – sport, (commercial)

  11. Crystal Lake – August, 1973

  12. Crystal Lake Dam – August, 1973

  13. Hydro plant and penstock

  14. Penstock

  15. Emergency pond and pumps

  16. Employee housing and pond

  17. Pump gallery

  18. Water filters

  19. Oxygen generators

  20. Water chillers

  21. Detroit generator – 250 kw

  22. Onan generator – 300 kw

  23. Mouth of Crystal Creek

  24. Returning Chinook

  25. Steep pass and weir

  26. Steep pass

  27. Spawn bldg. and adult ponds

  28. Checking for ripeness

  29. Spawning chinook

  30. Heath tray, FAL incubators

  31. Twelve start troughs

  32. Twenty four Swede Ponds

  33. Four raceways – 106' x 8'

  34. Twenty raceways – 75' x 8'

  35. Neets Bay transport

  36. Transport vessel F/V Seven Seas

  37. Anita Bay release site

  38. Blind Slough - North

  39. Blind Slough - South

  40. Skaters at Blind Slough

  41. The End!