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Location: Anchor River
Species: Chinook
Method: Sonar/Weir

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

  • 2017
  • 2016
Daily Counts
Cumulative

Description: The The Sustainable Escapement Goal (SEG) for Anchor River Chinook salmon is 3,800-7,600. external link Chinook salmon escapement is monitored on the South and North fork of Anchor River beginning early-May through early August. The South Fork watershed is approximately twice the size of the North Fork. Escapement is primarily monitored using a resistance board weir on the South and on the North Fork. An underwater video system is installed within each weir and motion-detected fish passage is recorded 24 hours per day seven days each week. In some years if high spring flows prevents installation of the South Fork weir, a DIDSON sonar maybe used early in the season until flow subside.

Contact: Area Manager,
(907) 235-8191

94 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
Aug-04 7 5,796 7,194 end of weir operation
Aug-03 10 5,789 7,194 pulled weir
Aug-02 9 5,779 7,183  
Aug-01 8 5,770 7,167  
Jul-31 13 5,762 7,150  
Jul-30 23 5,749 7,132  
Jul-29 20 5,726 7,117  
Jul-28 20 5,706 7,093  
Jul-27 20 5,686 7,080  
Jul-26 13 5,666 7,071  
Jul-25 10 5,653 7,053  
Jul-24 32 5,643 7,042  
Jul-23 24 5,611 7,033  
Jul-22 17 5,587 7,018  
Jul-21 25 5,570 7,006  
Jul-20 45 5,545 6,992  
Jul-19 44 5,500 6,953  
Jul-18 48 5,456 6,918  
Jul-17 18 5,408 6,848  
Jul-16 23 5,390 6,804  
Jul-15 22 5,367 6,787  
Jul-14 76 5,345 6,741  
Jul-13 117 5,269 6,721  
Jul-12 43 5,152 6,685  
Jul-11 24 5,109 6,651  
Jul-10 27 5,085 6,539  
Jul-09 35 5,058 6,507  
Jul-08 96 5,023 6,457  
Jul-07 125 4,927 6,411  
Jul-06 132 4,802 6,109  
Jul-05 104 4,670 6,059  
Jul-04 66 4,566 5,988  
Jul-03 113 4,500 5,902  
Jul-02 65 4,387 5,796  
Jul-01 40 4,322 5,740  
Jun-30 67 4,282 5,702  
Jun-29 61 4,215 5,620  
Jun-28 49 4,154 5,549  
Jun-27 37 4,105 5,471  
Jun-26 108 4,068 5,337  
Jun-25 97 3,960 5,276  
Jun-24 57 3,863 5,199  
Jun-23 34 3,806 5,120  
Jun-22 71 3,772 4,870  
Jun-21 89 3,701 4,764  
Jun-20 120 3,612 4,653  
Jun-19 81 3,492 4,446  
Jun-18 196 3,411 4,256  
Jun-17 109 3,215 4,159  
Jun-16 101 3,106 3,939  
Jun-15 384 3,005 3,724  
Jun-14 64 2,621 3,636  
Jun-13 134 2,557 3,485  
Jun-12 146 2,423 3,267  
Jun-11 227 2,277 3,091  
Jun-10 61 2,050 3,022  
Jun-09 105 1,989 2,843  
Jun-08 212 1,884 2,609  
Jun-07 70 1,672 2,465  
Jun-06 174 1,602 2,326  
Jun-05 97 1,428 2,176  
Jun-04 126 1,331 1,974  
Jun-03 73 1,205 1,916  
Jun-02 83 1,132 1,764  
Jun-01 146 1,049 1,614 North and South fork combined video weir count
May-31 5 903 1,508 North and South fork combined (South Fork sonar replaced with video weir at 9:30 am)
May-30 59 898 1,366 North and South fork combined
May-29 103 839 1,217 North and South fork combined
May-28 48 736 1,016 North and South fork combined
May-27 35 688 936 North and South fork combined
May-26 32 653 847 North and South fork combined
May-25 3 621 750 North and South fork combined
May-24 20 618 691 North and South fork combined
May-23 53 598 635 North and South fork combined
May-22 40 545 502 North and South fork combined
May-21 72 505 409 North and South fork combined
May-20 -5 433 393 North and South fork combined
May-19 53 438 325 North and South fork combined
May-18 47 385 298 North and South fork combined
May-17 92 338 249 North and South fork combined
May-16 129 246 223 North and South fork combined
May-15 59 117 185 North and South fork combined
May-14 33 58 141 North and South fork combined
May-13 22 25 107 North and South fork combined
May-12 1 3 84 South Fork DIDSON sonar operational at 4pm.
May-11 2 2 54  
May-10 0 0 29  
May-09 0 0 7  
May-08 0 0 4  
May-07 0 0 4  
May-06 0 0 3  
May-05 0 0 2  
May-04 0 0 1  
May-03 0 0 0 North Fork weir fish tight at 1600 hours