Fish Count Data Search

Year:
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Location: Russian River
Species: Coho
Method: Weir

The selected years are color-coded in the graphs below:

  • 2017
  • 2016
Daily Counts
Cumulative

Description: The weir is located at the outlet of Lower Russian Lake, about 78 miles from the mouth of the Kenai River. It takes approximately 7 to 10 days for sockeye salmon to travel from the lower Kenai River to the weir depending on water levels. Travel times are estimates and can vary significantly from this depending on conditions. The escapement goal is 22,000 – 42,000 Early-Run sockeye salmon and 30,000 – 110,000 Late-Run sockeye salmon.

Contact: Assistant Area Management Biologist,
(907) 262-9368

Weekly Sportfish Fishing Report for this area

32 records returned for the years selected. Dashes indicate days with no count.
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Date
2017
Count
2017
Cumulative
2017
Cumulative
2016
Notes for
2017
Sep-05 15 492 503 Last day of counts. Weir removed.
Sep-04 63 477 503  
Sep-03 34 414 503  
Sep-02 53 380 503  
Sep-01 55 327 503  
Aug-31 45 272 471  
Aug-30 41 227 414  
Aug-29 15 186 380  
Aug-28 26 171 309  
Aug-27 15 145 273  
Aug-26 17 130 241  
Aug-25 25 113 217  
Aug-24 18 88 196  
Aug-23 12 70 170  
Aug-22 14 58 152  
Aug-21 11 44 130  
Aug-20 5 33 117  
Aug-19 2 28 94  
Aug-18 5 26 78  
Aug-17 2 21 60  
Aug-16 5 19 50  
Aug-15 5 14 43  
Aug-14 4 9 34  
Aug-13 1 5 32  
Aug-12 0 4 28  
Aug-11 0 4 23  
Aug-10 3 4 17  
Aug-09 0 1 12  
Aug-08 1 1 9 First coho through the weir
Aug-07 - - 5  
Aug-06 - - 2  
Aug-05 - - 2