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Stock Status of Steelhead in Alaska- 2004 By Steve Hoffman ADF&G Sport Fish Ketchikan, Alaska. Steelhead Distribution. Steelhead User Groups in Alaska.

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stock status of steelhead in alaska 2004 by steve hoffman adf g sport fish ketchikan alaska
Stock Status of Steelhead in Alaska- 2004By Steve HoffmanADF&G Sport FishKetchikan, Alaska
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1. Sporta. Southcentral. Regulations vary from 1 or 2 per day over 20”, spring spawning closures, annual limit of two, to catch and release only. b. Kodiak. Regulations vary from 2 per day,1 over 20”, spring spawning closures, to catch and release only . c. Alaska Peninsula. Catch and release only except Anchorage Bay Runway Lake – 2 per day, only one over 20”. d. S.E. Alaska. Regulations Region wide are 1 per day, 2 per year, 36” minimum size. Ketchikan Creek and Klawock River allow up to 2 hatchery fish (as evidenced by missing adipose fin) per day, no minimum size and no annual limit.

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Subsistence 2. Subsistence a. Southcentral. Federal regulations allow retention of any steelhead caught while fishing for salmon on federal lands unless restricted on federal permit. State regulations mirror Federal regulations in all areas. b. Kodiak. Federal regulations allow retention of any steelhead caught while fishing for salmon on federal lands unless restricted on federal permit. State regulations mirror Federal regulations in all areas. c.Alaska Peninsula. Federal regulations allow retention of any steelhead caught while fishing for salmon on federal lands unless restricted on federal permit. State regulations mirror Federal regulations in all areas.

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Subsistence cont.

d. S.E. Alaska. Federal regulations allow harvest by permit in the Situk and Ahrnklin Rivers near Yakutat, Hamilton Bay and Kadake Bay rivers near Petersburg. Prince of Wales (POW)/ Kosciusko Islands by permit ( spring season 3/1 thru 5/31 with 5 fish per household, season cap of 500 and winter season of 12/1 thru last day of February, 2 fish per household, season cap of 100) . Retention of steelhead in rest of SE allowed while fishing for other salmon by permit. State regulations allow harvest in Situk and Ahrnklin Rivers near Yakutat with cap of 300. State regulations also allow directed harvest in parts of Districts 3,7 and 8 plus bycatch in remainder of SE Alaska when fishing for salmon by permit

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Commercial
  • a. Southcentral. Regulations allow the sale by all fisheries but many are not reported correctly as they are sold as other species or retained for personal use.
  • b. Kodiak. Regulations allow the sale by all fisheries but many are not reported correctly as they are sold as other species or retained for personal use. Highest reported harvest approached 1,000.
  • c. Alaska Peninsula. Regulations allow the sale by all fisheries but many are not reported correctly as they are sold as other species or retained for personal use.
  • d. S.E. Alaska. Regulations allow retention for personal use but non- sale for seine and gillnet fisheries since 1997 with no reporting requirement.Prior to 1997, reported catch by seine and gillnet fleets averaged 2,900 per year. Retention for personal use and/or sales by troll fleet still allowed but very small numbers ( approx 50/yr).
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Escapement WeirsSouthcentrala. Ninilchik River – USFW project 3-400 escapement.b. Upper Copper River tributaries such as Gulkana R., Dicky Cr. operated by ADF&G found escapements of 1-300 fish.

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SEALASKA

a. Sitkoh Creek Emigrant Steelhead Weir Counts.

SEALASKAa. Sitkoh Creek emigrant steelhead weir counts.
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2. Snorkel survey peak counts.a. Southcentral - No countsb. Kodiak - No counts.c. Alaska Peninsula – No counts.d. SE Alaska from 11 index streams.

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3. Statewide Postal Surveysa. Southcentral Statewide Catch and Harvest Postal Survey 1991-2002 Southcentral, Alaska (excluding Kodiak Area).

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d. SE Alaska

State Wide Catch and Harvest Postal Survey 1991-2002. Southeast Alaska