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

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

  • 2018
  • 2017
Daily Counts
Cumulative

Description: Karluk weir is operated by the division of Commercial Fisheries. The river is located on the west side of Kodiak Island. This river produces what usually is the largest run of sockeye salmon on Kodiak Island. Sport fishermen are especially interested in the King and Coho salmon there, but steelhead and sockeye are also of interest. The weir is near the mouth of the river just upstream from the lagoon and near the village of Karluk. The current escapement goal for Chinook is 3,000 to 6,000, and for Early Sockeye it is 150,000 to 250,000.

Contact: Kodiak Sport Fish Assistant Area Biologist,
(907) 486-1878

Weekly Sportfish Fishing Report for this area

40 records returned for the years selected. Dashes indicate days with no count.
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Date
2018
Count
2018
Cumulative
2018
Cumulative
2017
Notes for
2018
Sep-14 - 0 12,812  
Sep-13 - 0 12,812  
Sep-12 - 0 11,493  
Sep-11 - 0 11,260  
Sep-10 - 0 10,860  
Sep-09 - 0 10,549  
Sep-08 - 0 9,996  
Sep-07 - 0 9,396  
Sep-06 - 0 8,496  
Sep-05 - 0 6,497  
Sep-04 - 0 5,945  
Sep-03 - 0 2,192  
Sep-02 - 0 1,338  
Sep-01 - 0 965  
Aug-31 - 0 765  
Aug-30 - 0 601  
Aug-29 - 0 491  
Aug-28 - 0 314  
Aug-27 - 0 298  
Aug-26 - 0 259  
Aug-25 - 0 211  
Aug-24 - 0 143  
Aug-23 - 0 119  
Aug-22 - 0 98  
Aug-21 - 0 92  
Aug-20 - 0 78  
Aug-19 - 0 60  
Aug-18 - 0 50  
Aug-17 - 0 40  
Aug-16 - 0 16  
Aug-15 - 0 13  
Aug-14 - 0 9  
Aug-13 - 0 7  
Aug-12 - 0 6  
Aug-11 - 0 4  
Aug-10 - 0 1  
Aug-09 - 0 1  
Aug-08 - 0 1  
Aug-07 - 0 1  
Aug-06 - 0 1