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Location: Little Susitna
Species: Coho
Method: Weir

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

  • 2020
  • 2019
  • 2018
  • 2017
Daily Counts
Cumulative

Description: Little Su weir:The Little Susitna weir is located at river mile 32.5, approximately 4 miles upstream of the public use facility off Point MacKenzie Rd. Escapement is primarily monitored using a resistance board weir. An underwater video system is installed within the weir and motion-detected fish passage is recorded during nighttime hours and at times when the river is heavily glaciated. The river is a strong producer of coho, chum, and pink salmon and a moderate producer of king salmon. Salmon fishing is allowed from its mouth upstream to the Parks Highway.

Sustainable Escapement Goal for Chinook: 2,100 - 4,300
Sustainable Escapement Goal for Coho: 9,200 - 17,700 (Graphed above)

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

66 records returned for the years selected. Dashes indicate days with no count.
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Date
2020
Count
2020
Cumulative
2020
Cumulative
2019
Cumulative
2018
Cumulative
2017
Notes for
2020
Sep-09 - 10,765 4,226 7,583 17,781  
Sep-08 - 10,765 4,226 7,583 17,549  
Sep-07 - 10,765 4,226 7,583 17,301  
Sep-06 - 10,765 4,226 7,583 16,777  
Sep-05 - 10,765 4,226 7,583 16,437  
Sep-04 - 10,765 4,226 7,583 16,273  
Sep-03 - 10,765 4,226 7,583 16,028  
Sep-02 - 10,765 4,226 7,583 15,670  
Sep-01 - 10,765 3,973 7,583 14,960  
Aug-31 - - 3,963 7,583 14,364 Weir pulled
Aug-30 14 10,765 3,940 7,583 14,210 Water Level 0.88
Aug-29 75 10,751 3,936 7,583 13,872 Water Level 0.94
Aug-28 265 10,676 3,930 7,583 13,580 Water Level 1.02
Aug-27 71 10,411 3,912 7,583 13,310 Water Level 1.08
Aug-26 128 10,340 3,860 7,583 13,005 Water Level 1.00
Aug-25 147 10,212 3,847 7,583 12,129 Water Level 0.90
Aug-24 1,084 10,065 3,846 7,583 10,927 Water Level 0.84
Aug-23 908 8,981 3,845 7,583 9,820 Water Level 0.78
Aug-22 548 8,073 3,845 7,583 8,739 Water level 0.82
Aug-21 155 7,525 3,845 7,583 7,830 Water level 0.86
Aug-20 74 7,370 3,844 7,583 7,318 Water level 0.90
Aug-19 224 7,296 3,841 7,583 6,314 Water Level 0.86
Aug-18 760 7,072 3,841 7,583 6,054 Water Level .90
Aug-17 767 6,312 3,837 7,583 5,937 Water Level 1.00
Aug-16 819 5,545 3,836 7,583 5,816 Water Level 1.04
Aug-15 771 4,726 3,797 7,583 5,799 Water level 1.1
Aug-14 235 3,955 3,727 7,583 5,467 Water level 1.2
Aug-13 207 3,720 3,675 7,583 4,313 Water Level 1.20
Aug-12 196 3,513 3,644 7,583 3,652 Water Level 1.06
Aug-11 66 3,317 3,635 7,583 3,485 Water Level 1.02
Aug-10 361 3,251 3,629 7,583 3,398 Water Level 1.00
Aug-09 374 2,890 3,598 7,583 3,040 Water Level .80
Aug-08 174 2,516 3,471 7,583 2,925 Water Level .90
Aug-07 92 2,342 3,280 7,583 2,752  
Aug-06 504 2,250 3,117 6,725 2,348 Water Level 1.12
Aug-05 550 1,746 2,091 6,569 1,833 Water Level 1.16
Aug-04 149 1,196 1,853 6,052 1,417 Water Level 1.22
Aug-03 95 1,047 1,748 4,849 679 Water Level 1.30
Aug-02 117 952 1,701 4,623 640 Water Level 1.24
Aug-01 220 835 1,604 4,500 593 Water Level 1.20
Jul-31 195 615 1,447 3,202 474  
Jul-30 97 420 1,346 1,387 280 Water Level 1.28
Jul-29 132 323 1,153 1,220 188 Water Level 1.34
Jul-28 13 191 1,091 1,193 156 Water Level 1.50
Jul-27 9 178 1,040 678 123 Water Level 1.54
Jul-26 138 169 1,023 492 108 Water Level 1.62
Jul-25 2 31 881 397 98 Water level 1.6
Jul-24 9 29 729 330 84  
Jul-23 4 20 668 297 57 Water Level 1.80
Jul-22 4 16 586 184 36 Water Level 1.86
Jul-21 7 12 464 103 22 Water Level 1.88
Jul-20 3 5 403 66 14 Water Level 1.90
Jul-19 1 2 287 52 10 Water Level 2.00
Jul-18 1 1 178 30 5 Water Level 2.16
Jul-17 0 0 73 8 3 Water Level 2.24
Jul-16 - - 29 5 3  
Jul-15 - - 5 3 0  
Jul-14 - - 2 0 0  
Jul-13 - - 2 0 0  
Jul-12 - - 1 0 0  
Jul-11 - - 1 0 0  
Jul-10 - - 1 0 0  
Jul-09 - - 1 0 0  
Jul-08 - - 1 0 0  
Jul-07 - - 1 0 0  
Jul-06 - - 0 0 0