Willow Creek Weir Trapping Summary 9/26/2014


Willow Creek Weir Trapping Summary for the 2014 Season

The Trinity River’s Junction City and Willow Creek weirs were out of operation during Julian week 38 due to the emergency augmentation flow release from Lewiston Dam.

The Willow Creek weir resumed trapping on the evening of Sep 24.

The Trinity River Hatchery continued to trap and process fish during the high flow event.


 

Chinook Coho Steelhead
Julian Trap Grilse 2 Adults Combined Grilse 2 Adults Combined 1/2 lbers 2 Adults Combined
week Inclusive dates days Total Ads 3 Total Ads 3 Total Ads 3 Total RMs 3 Total RMs 3 Total RMs 3 Total Ads 3 Total Ads 3 Total Ads 3
36 3-Sep 9-Sep 4 26 1 50 7 76 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 69 30 70 30
37 10-Sep 16-Sep 5 56 2 180 22 236 24 25 25 13 9 38 34 14 10 147 68 161 78
38 17-Sep 23-Sep 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
39 24-Sep 30-Sep
40 1-Oct 7-Oct
41 8-Oct 14-Oct
42 15-Oct 21-Oct
43 22-Oct 28-Oct
44 29-Oct 4-Nov
45 5-Nov 11-Nov
46 12-Nov 18-Nov
47 19-Nov 25-Nov
48 26-Nov 2-Dec
49 3-Dec 9-Dec
50 10-Dec 16-Dec
2014 Season Totals: 9 82 3 230 29 312 32 25 25 13 9 38 34 15 10 216 98 231 108
2013 Season Totals: 73 155 2 668 73 823 75 77 73 494 381 571 454 112 62 2,033 898 2,145 960
Notes:
1/ Summary based on real time unedited data. Not to be used for analysis.
2/ Provisionally, Chinook and coho grilse are < 56 cm FL. Steelhead
3/ Ads denote adipose fin-clipped fish; RMs denote right maxillary clipped fish. Both clip counts are a subset of the total shown.
4/ Weir out of operation jweek 38 due to emergency augmentation flow release from Lewiston Dam

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