Fish Count Data Search

Year:
Location:
Species:


Location: Sandy River
Species: Chinook
Method: Weir

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

  • 2021
  • 2020
Daily Counts
Cumulative

Description: The Sandy River weir is located about 25 km upstream of the river mouth, and about 7 km downstream of Sandy Lake, about 40 km east of Port Moller on the North Alaska Peninsula. The weir is a large conventional wooden tripod weir with aluminum pickets. The weir is about 70 m long, and the river depth ranges from 0.5 to 1.5 m. The main species counted through the Sandy River weir is sockeye salmon, though a moderate number of Chinook also spawn in the river below the weir site. The current escapement goal is 40,000 to 60,000.

Contact: Assistant Area Manager,
(907) 486-1878

23 records returned for the years selected. Dashes indicate days with no count.
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Date
2021
Count
2021
Cumulative
2021
Cumulative
2020
Notes for
2021
Jul-19 - 0 99  
Jul-18 - 0 86  
Jul-17 - 0 70  
Jul-16 - 0 67  
Jul-15 - 0 63  
Jul-14 - 0 50  
Jul-13 - 0 46  
Jul-12 - 0 43  
Jul-11 - 0 43  
Jul-10 - 0 43  
Jul-09 - 0 43  
Jul-08 - 0 43  
Jul-07 - 0 38  
Jul-06 - 0 38  
Jul-05 - 0 37  
Jul-04 - 0 34  
Jul-03 - 0 32  
Jul-02 - 0 11  
Jul-01 - 0 4  
Jun-30 - 0 3  
Jun-29 - 0 3  
Jun-28 - 0 3  
Jun-27 - 0 3