Fish Passage Site 20703260

Coordinates (dec. deg.): 57.75820°, -152.52604°
Legal Description: S028S020W09
Region: Southwest
Road Name: Burma Road

Datum: WGS84
Quad Name / ITM: Kodiak D-2
AWC Stream #: 259-21-10120-2007-3029
Stream Name: Unnamed


Site Comments: Site is on abandoned road across Rezanof Drive West from the Kodiak airport. Google maps calls this road Rezanof Drive West. Park and walk up the abandoned road about 600 yards. Site is still used as an ATV ford.

Multiple surveys have been conducted at this site — click on the drop down
arrow to the right of the survey date below to choose a different report for this site.


Project Supervisor: Gillian O'Doherty, ADFG
Observers: William Frost

Overall Fish Passage Rating: Black

Backwatered: No

Step Pools:
Construction Year:

Site Observations:

  1. Inlet perch

Comments: Site submitted by ADFG HB Will Frost. Eight adult Coho observed below culvert attempting to jump into the culvert.

Culvert Measurements

ID: 1 Structure Type: Circular pipe (Corrugated steel) Fish Passage Rating: Black
Inlet Type: Projecting
Outlet Type: Projecting
Corrugation Depth(in.):
Corrugation Width(in.):
Condition Rating(1-5): 2
Approach Angle:
Sedimentation At Inlet:
Inlet Substrate:
Outlet Substrate:
Apron Length(ft):
Water Depth(ft):
Rustline Height(ft):
Substrate Depth(ft):
Backwatered?: No
Baffles Present:
Outfall Height:
Outfall Type: Free Fall In To Pool
Constriction Ratio:
Culvert Gradient:
Max Slope:
Max Slope Length:

Comments: Culvert diameter estimated to be 3.5 ft.

Stream Measurements

Stream SubstratesUpstreamDownstream
Stream Slope(deg.):
Stream Flow Stage:Medium

No stream width data available.


No elevation data available.

Fish Sampling Efforts

Gear Type: Visual Observation, Ground (A) Trap Duration(h): 0
Comments: 8 adult coho observed trying to jump into culvert outlet.

Fish Observations

Species: adult coho salmon Life History:
Total Fish Observed: 8 Fish Measured: Fork Lengths (mm) Min: Max: Mean:
Collected/Observed by Gear Type: At Site Visual Observation, Ground (8)  

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