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California Department of Fish and Game. Anadromous Fish Hatcheries. Iron Gate Hatchery. Anadromous Fish Hatcheries. Operational Policies for all Anadromous Hatcheries. 1. Source of Hatchery Broodstock. Only fish entering the hatchery voluntarily shall be used as broodstock.

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California Department of Fish and Game

Anadromous Fish Hatcheries

Iron GateHatchery

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Operational Policies for all Anadromous Hatcheries

1. Source of Hatchery Broodstock

Only fish entering the hatchery voluntarily shall be used as broodstock.

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Operational Policies for all Anadromous Hatcheries

1. Source of Hatchery Broodstock

Only fish entering the hatchery voluntarily shall be used as

broodstock.

2. Take of Eggs

The annual egg allotment shall be distributed throughout

the length of the spawning run in proportion to the historic

run distribution.

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Operational Policies for all Anadromous Hatcheries

1. Source of Hatchery Broodstock

Only fish entering the hatchery voluntarily shall be used as

Broodstock.

2. Take of Eggs

The annual egg allotment shall be distributed throughout

the length of the spawning run in proportion to the historic

run distribution.

3. Ban on Release of Excess Eggs or Fry

No excess hatchery eggs or fry shall be stocked in

anadromous waters.

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Operational Policies for all Anadromous Hatcheries

1. Source of Hatchery Broodstock

Only fish entering the hatchery voluntarily shall be used as

broodstock.

2. Take of Eggs

The annual egg allotment for all species cultured shall be

distributed throughout the length of the spawning run in

proportion to historic temporal distribution of runs.

3. Ban on Release of Excess Eggs or Fry

No excess hatchery eggs or fry shall be stocked in anadromous

waters.

4. Take of Fish Entering Hatchery

All salmon entering the hatchery will be retained in the hatchery. All live Steelhead will be released back to the stream.

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Iron Gate Hatchery

  • BEGAN OPERATIONS 1965
  • MITIGATION FOR IRON GATE DAM
  • MITIGATING AGENCY – PACIFICORP/
  • SCOTTISH POWER
igh production goals
IGH PRODUCTION GOALS
  • 5 MILLION FALL CHINOOK FINGERLINGS
  • 1 MILLION FALL CHINOOK YEARLINGS
  • 500,000 COHO YEARLINGS
  • 1 MILLION STEELHEAD YEARLINGS
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Trinity River Hatchery

  • BEGAN OPERATIONS 1958
  • MITIGATION FOR TRINITY RIVER PROJECT (TRINITY AND LEWISTON DAMS)
  • MITIGATING AGENCY -
  • U.S. BUREAU OF RECLAMATION
trh production goals
TRH PRODUCTION GOALS
  • 2 MILLION FALL CHINOOK FINGERLINGS
  • 900,000 FALL CHINOOK YEARLINGS
  • 1 MILLION SPRING CHINOOK FINGERLINGS
  • 400,000 SPRING CHINOOK YEARLINGS
  • 1.2 MILLION COHO YEARLINGS
  • 2 MILLION STEELHEAD YEARLINGS
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Mad River Hatchery

  • BEGAN OPERATIONS 1970
  • BUILT TO ENHANCE THE SALMONID FISHERIES OF THE NORTH COAST
  • SUPPORTED BY FISH AND GAME PRESERVATION FUND AND FRIENDS
  • OF MAD RIVER HATCHERY
mrh past production goals
MRH PAST PRODUCTION GOALS
  • 75,000 FALL CHINOOK YEARLINGS – EEL R.
  • 75,000 COHO YEARLINGS – NOYO R.
  • 250,000 STEELHEAD YEARLINGS – MAD R.
  • 25,000 STEELHEAD YEARLINGS – RUSSIAN R.
  • 50,000 COAST CUTTHROAT YEARLINGS -
  • 60,000 CATCHABLE RAINBOW TROUT - LOCAL
mrh current production goal
MRH CURRENT PRODUCTION GOAL
  • 150,000 STEELHEAD YEARLINGS – MAD R.
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VAN ARSDALE FISHERIES STATION

NOYO STATION UNDERGROUND

noyo station
NOYO STATION
  • LOCATED ON THE NOYO RIVER UPSTREAM

FROM THE TOWN OF FORT BRAGG

  • COHO EGG COLLECTION SUSPENDED
  • SERVES AS A COUNTING STATION FOR NOYO

RIVER WILD COHO, WHICH BEGAN IN 1962-63.

van arsdale station
Van Arsdale Station
  • Located on the Upper Main Stem Eel River at Cape Horn Dam
  • Egg Collection Activities for Chinook Salmon and Steelhead Suspended
  • Continues to Serve as a Fish Counting Station for Upper Main Stem Eel River, Which Began in 1933
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Warm Springs Hatchery

  • BEGAN OPERATIONS 1980
  • MITIGATION FOR WARM SPRINGS AND COYOTE DAMS
  • MITIGATING AGENCIES- U.S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS
  • AND SONOMA COUNTY WATER AGENCY
wsh production goals
WSH PRODUCTION GOALS
  • 110,000 COHO YEARLINGS – DRY CREEK
  • 300,000 STEELHEAD YEARLINGS – DRY CREEK
  • 200,000 STEELHEAD YEARLINGS – RUSSIAN R.
  • NEW COHO RECOVERY PROGRAM FOR WILD-STRAIN

COHO IN RUSSIAN RIVER TRIBUTARIES - CAPTIVE BROODSTOCK

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Feather River Hatchery

  • BEGAN OPERATIONS 1967
  • MITIGATION FOR OROVILLE DAM
  • MITIGATING AGENCY -
  • CALIFORNIA DEPT OF WATER RESOURCES
  • THERMALITO ANNEX SUPPORTED BY COMMERCIAL SALMON TROLLERS STAMP FOR OCEAN ENHANCEMENT
frh production goals
FRH PRODUCTION GOALS
  • 6 MILLION FALL CHINOOK FINGERLINGS
  • 2 MILLION FALL CHINOOK ADV. FINGERLINGS
  • 5 MILLION SPRING CHINOOK FINGERLINGS
  • 450,000 STEELHEAD YEARLINGS
thermalito annex production goal
THERMALITO ANNEX PRODUCTION GOAL
  • 2 MILLION FALL CHINOOK

ADVANCED FINGERLINGS

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Nimbus Salmon and Steelhead Hatchery

  • BEGAN OPERATIONS 1955
  • MITIGATION FOR NIMBUS DAM
  • MITIGATING AGENCY -
  • U.S. BUREAU OF RECLAMATION
nfh production goals
NFH PRODUCTION GOALS
  • 4 MILLION FALL CHINOOK ADVANCED FINGERLINGS
  • 800,000 STEELHEAD YEARLINGS
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Mokelumne River Hatchery

  • BEGAN OPERATIONS 1964
  • MITIGATION FOR CAMANCHE DAM
  • MITIGATING AGENCY -
  • EAST BAY MUNICIPAL UTILITY DISTRICT
  • OCEAN ENHANCEMENT SUPPORTED BY COMMERCIAL SALMON TROLLERS
mokh production goals
MOKH PRODUCTION GOALS
  • 3.2 MILLION FALL CHINOOK FINGERLINGS
  • 2 MILLION FALL CHINOOK ADVANCED FINGERLINGS (SALMON STAMP)
  • 250,000 STEELHEAD YEARLINGS
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Merced River Hatchery

  • BEGAN OPERATIONS 1970
  • ORIGINAL MITIGATION AGENCY WAS MERCED IRRIGATION DISTRICT
  • CONVERTED FROM A SPAWNING CHANNEL
  • TO A HATCHERY USING FGPF ENHANCEMENT
  • AND 4-PUMPS MITIGATION FUNDS – WILL BE
  • 100% MITIGATION FUNDED IN FY 05-06
merh production goals
MERH PRODUCTION GOALS
  • 960,000 FALL CHINOOK FINGERLINGS

FOR MERCED, TUOLUMNE, STANISLAUS,

RIVERS AND DELTA

chinook production ranking
CHINOOK PRODUCTION RANKING
  • FEATHER RIVER 11.7 MILLION
  • MOKELUMNE RIVER 6.3 MILLION
  • IRON GATE 6.2 MILLION
  • TRINITY RIVER 5.6 MILLION
  • NIMBUS 4.6 MILLION
  • MERCED RIVER 0.9 MILLION
coho production ranking
COHO PRODUCTION RANKING

TRINITY RIVER 0.5 MILLION

IRON GATE 0.1 MILLION

steelhead production ranking
STEELHEAD PRODUCTION RANKING
  • TRINITY RIVER 0.8 MILLION
  • WARM SPRINGS 0.5 MILLION
  • NIMBUS 0.5 MILLION
  • FEATHER RIVER 0.4 MILLION
  • MOKELUMNE RIVER 0.2 MILLION
  • IRON GATE 0.1 MILLION
hatchery production 2003 04 millions of fish
HATCHERY PRODUCTION 2003-04(MILLIONS OF FISH)
  • ACTUALGOAL
  • CHINOOK SALMON 35.2 33.5
  • COHO SALMON .6 1.8
  • STEELHEAD 2.5 5.3

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  • TOTAL 38.3 40.6
final report on anadromous salmonid fish hatcheries in california

Final Report on Anadromous Salmonid Fish Hatcheries in California

Joint Hatchery Review Committee

Calif. Dept. Of Fish and Game

National Marine Fisheries Service

goal number 1
GOAL NUMBER 1
  • IDENTIFY AND DISCUSS PROGRAMS, POLICIES AND PRACTICES THAT ARE LIKELY TO ARISE AS IMPORTANT ISSUES IN PERMITTING HATCHERY PROGRAMS UNDER THE ENDANGERED SPECIS ACT
goal number 2
GOAL NUMBER 2
  • IDENTIFY OPPORTUNITIES TO USE HATCHERIES TO HELP RECOVER LISTED SALMON AND STEELHEAD POPULATIONS
goal number 3
GOAL NUMBER 3
  • DISCUSS EMERGING VIEWS ON THE OPERATION AND MANAGEMENT OF HATCHERIES FOR THE PURPOSE OF RECOVERING DEPRESSED NATURAL STOCKS
major issues
MAJOR ISSUES
  • TRUCKING OF HATCHERY FISH
  • COORDINATE WATER RELEASES
  • REVIEW PRODUCTION GOALS
  • CONSTANT FRACTIONAL MARKING
  • PREPARE HATCHERY AND GENETIC MANAGEMENT PLANS
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COORDINATION OF WATER RELEASES

Feather River Hatchery

constant fractional marking
CONSTANT FRACTIONAL MARKING
  • Steelhead are now 100% Adipose Fin Clipped.
  • Constant Fractional Marking is occurring on Klamath-Trinity Chinook.
  • A Constant Fractional Marking Plan is Being Developed for Central Valley Chinook.
hatchery and genetic management plans

Hatchery and Genetic Management Plans

1. Draft Plan for Warm Springs Hatchery is being finalized

2. Draft Plan for Iron Gate Undergoing Internal DFG Review

other issues
Sterilization of out-of basin stocks

Release of fry

Predation on Wild Fish

Mixed stock fisheries

Research needs

Broodstock Collection and Mating

Disposition of Spawners

Conservation hatcheries

Use of hatchery Chemicals

Hatchery Data Management

Funding Responsibilities

OTHER ISSUES
next steps
NEXT STEPS
  • FORM HATCHERY IMPLEMENTATION TEAM (Completed)
  • COMMENCE WRITING HGMPS (In Process)
  • NOTICE AND HOLD PUBLIC MEETINGS
  • WRITE DRAFT IMPLEMENTATION PLAN
  • AGENCY AND PUBLIC REVIEW OF DRAFT PLAN
  • WRITE FINAL PLAN
  • OBTAIN CDFG/NMFS APPROVAL
  • RELEASE TO PUBLIC AND BEGIN IMPLEMENTATION