Fish Count Data Search

Year:
Location:
Species:

Location: Fish Creek
Species: Coho
Method: Weir

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

  • 2017
  • 2016
Daily Counts
Cumulative

Description: The Fish Creek weir is located 0.8 mile upstream of Lewis Road near Knik. The sustainable escapement goal (SEG) for sockeye salmon is 15,000 – 45,000 fish. The SEG for coho salmon is 1,200-4,400 fish. The area open to salmon fishing and personal use dip netting is from department markers located at the mouth upstream to department markers located ¼ mile upstream of Knik Goose Bay Road. A personal use fishery may be opened by emergency order any time between July 15 and July 31 based on a run projection in excess of 35,000 sockeye salmon.

Contact: Area Management Biologist,
(907) 746-6334

70 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-24 21 8,794 2,483 Water Level 2.14
Sep-23 19 8,773 2,483 Water Level 2.14
Sep-22 48 8,754 2,483 Water Level 2.07
Sep-21 73 8,706 2,483 Water Level 1.98
Sep-20 65 8,633 2,483 Water Level 1.98
Sep-19 43 8,568 2,483 Water Level 2.00
Sep-18 39 8,525 2,483 Water Level 1.98
Sep-17 51 8,486 2,483 Water Level 2.01
Sep-16 22 8,435 2,483 Water Level 2.01
Sep-15 91 8,413 2,483 Water Level 2.04
Sep-14 134 8,322 2,483 Water Level 2.04
Sep-13 62 8,188 2,483 Water Level 2.01
Sep-12 76 8,126 2,483 Water Level 2.02
Sep-10 154 8,050 2,483 Water Level 1.99
Sep-09 61 7,896 2,483 Water Level 2.00
Sep-08 17 7,835 2,483 Water Level 2.03
Sep-07 88 7,818 2,483 Water Level 2.04
Sep-06 205 7,730 2,483 Water Level 2.06
Sep-05 926 7,525 2,483 Water Level 2.00
Sep-04 122 6,599 2,483 Water level 2.00
Sep-03 31 6,477 2,483 Water level 2.04
Sep-02 320 6,446 2,483 Water level 2.06
Sep-01 347 6,126 2,483 Water level 2.02
Aug-31 196 5,779 2,483 Water level 1.98
Aug-30 210 5,583 2,483 Water Level 2.02
Aug-29 28 5,373 2,483 Water Level 2.02
Aug-28 20 5,345 2,483 Water Level 2.04
Aug-27 92 5,325 2,483 Water level 2.06
Aug-26 103 5,233 2,483 Water level 2.08
Aug-25 80 5,130 2,483 Water level 2.11
Aug-24 294 5,050 2,483 Water Level 2.10
Aug-23 38 4,756 2,483 Water level 2.06
Aug-22 1,210 4,718 2,483 Water Level 2.09
Aug-21 207 3,508 2,483 Water Level 2.10
Aug-20 65 3,301 2,483 Water Level 2.04
Aug-19 145 3,236 2,483 water level 2.05
Aug-18 609 3,091 2,483 water level 2.0
Aug-17 233 2,482 2,483 Water Level 2.00
Aug-16 274 2,249 2,483 Water level 1.94
Aug-15 826 1,975 2,483 Water Level 1.94
Aug-14 177 1,149 2,483 Water Level 1.96
Aug-13 438 972 2,386 Water Level 1.95
Aug-12 30 534 2,330 Water Level 1.82
Aug-11 62 504 2,164 Water Level 1.80
Aug-10 82 442 2,080 Water Level 1.80
Aug-09 12 360 2,059 Water Level 1.76
Aug-08 30 348 2,008 Water Level 1.78
Aug-07 51 318 1,977 Water Level 1.80
Aug-06 29 267 1,795 Water Level 1.82
Aug-05 31 238 1,722 Water Level 1.82
Aug-04 100 207 1,560 Water Level 1.85
Aug-03 69 107 1,420 Water Level 1.86
Aug-02 13 38 877 Water Level 1.77
Aug-01 12 25 691 Water Level 1.82
Jul-31 0 13 643 Water Level 1.80
Jul-30 0 13 446 Water Level 1.81
Jul-29 0 13 349 Water Level 1.82
Jul-28 1 13 298 Water Level 1.84
Jul-27 1 12 249 Water Level 1.86
Jul-26 2 11 203 Water Level 1.88
Jul-25 0 9 98 Water Level 1.80
Jul-24 1 9 9 Water Level 1.82
Jul-23 4 8 5 Water Level 1.88
Jul-22 0 4 5 Water Level 1.90
Jul-21 1 4 5 Water Level 1.92
Jul-20 3 3 5 Water Level 1.94
Jul-18 - - 5  
Jul-17 - - 4  
Jul-14 - - 2  
Jul-12 - - 1