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Location: Deshka
Species: Chinook
Method: Weir

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

  • 2018
Daily Counts
Cumulative

Description: Deshka:The Deshka weir is located at river mile 7. Escapement of king and coho salmon is monitored using a resistance board weir that operates from about May 20 through September 15. The Deshka is semi remote, entering the Susitna on its west side, opposite of the road system. It can be accessed by river boats launched at Deshka Landing near Willow or Susitna Landing at the mouth of Kashwitna River or by airplane. The expansive mouth area is popular for salmon fishing. The lower 7 miles of river is also popular, but only navigable by shallower running jet or air boats.

Sustainable Escapement Goal for Chinook in 2020: 9,000 - 18,000 (Graphed above)
Sustainable Escapement Goal for Coho: 10,200 - 24,100

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

85 records returned for the years selected. Dashes indicate days with no count.
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Date
2018
Count
2018
Cumulative
2018
Notes for
2018
Aug-29 0 8,544 Weir closed for season
Aug-28 0 8,544 Water Level 4.95, Weir Down
Aug-27 0 8,544 Water Level 4.56
Aug-25 2 8,544 Water Level 4.00
Aug-21 0 8,542 Water Level 2.50
Aug-20 2 8,542 Water Level 2.57
Aug-19 1 8,540 Water Level 2.62
Aug-18 4 8,539 Water Level 2.94
Aug-17 3 8,535 Water Level 3.37
Aug-16 1 8,532 Water level 3.57
Aug-15 1 8,531 Water Level 3.97
Aug-14 2 8,530 Water Level 4.08
Aug-13 1 8,528 Water level 3.13
Aug-09 6 8,527 Water Level 2.67
Aug-08 3 8,521 Water Level 2.31
Aug-07 4 8,518 Water level 2.00
Aug-05 3 8,514  
Aug-04 3 8,511 Water Level 2.0
Aug-03 2 8,508 Water Level 2.05
Aug-02 4 8,506 Water Level 1.82
Aug-01 5 8,502 Water Level 1.74
Jul-31 5 8,497 Water Level 1.76
Jul-30 10 8,492 Water Level 1.80
Jul-29 7 8,482 Water Level 1.80
Jul-28 5 8,475 Water Level 1.82
Jul-27 4 8,470 Water Level 1.82
Jul-26 6 8,466 Water Level 1.80
Jul-25 8 8,460 Water Level 1.87
Jul-24 18 8,452 Water Level 1.88
Jul-23 43 8,434 Water Level 1.89
Jul-22 22 8,391 Water Level 1.98
Jul-21 24 8,369 Water Level 2.19
Jul-20 34 8,345 Water Level 2.21
Jul-19 10 8,311 Water Level 2.43
Jul-18 37 8,301 Water Level 2.43
Jul-17 35 8,264 Water Level 2.41
Jul-16 9 8,229 Water Level 2.48
Jul-15 10 8,220 Water Level 2.47
Jul-14 13 8,210 Water Level 2.31
Jul-13 58 8,197 Water Level 3.15
Jul-12 3 8,139 Water Level 3.02
Jul-11 11 8,136 Water level 2.87
Jul-10 124 8,125 Water Level 2.50
Jul-09 5 8,001 Water Level 1.90
Jul-08 9 7,996 Water level 1.79
Jul-07 148 7,987 Water level 1.84
Jul-06 18 7,839 Water level 1.86
Jul-05 105 7,821 Water Level 1.89
Jul-04 43 7,716 Water Level 1.96
Jul-03 21 7,673 Water Level 2.05
Jul-02 13 7,652 Water Level 2.10
Jul-01 84 7,639 Water Level 2.16
Jun-30 106 7,555 Water Level 2.18
Jun-29 119 7,449 Water Level 2.27
Jun-28 299 7,330 Water Level 2.38
Jun-27 214 7,031 Water Level 2.49
Jun-26 229 6,817 Water Level 2.59
Jun-25 342 6,588 Water Level 2.73
Jun-24 323 6,246 Water Level 2.91
Jun-23 618 5,923 Water Level 2.92
Jun-22 677 5,305 Water Level 3.14
Jun-21 380 4,628 Water Level 3.61
Jun-20 265 4,248 Water Level 4.12
Jun-19 9 3,983 Water Level 3.89
Jun-18 170 3,974 Water Level 3.27
Jun-17 1,450 3,804 Water Level 2.61
Jun-16 477 2,354 Water Level 2.05
Jun-15 501 1,877 Water Level 1.90
Jun-14 170 1,376 Water Level 1.94
Jun-13 29 1,206 Water Level 1.98
Jun-12 36 1,177 Water Level 2.01
Jun-11 31 1,141 Water Level 2.05
Jun-10 100 1,110 Water Level 2.08
Jun-09 26 1,010 Water Level 2.12
Jun-08 64 984 Water Level 2.16
Jun-07 52 920 Water Level 2.22
Jun-06 83 868 Water level 2.30
Jun-05 134 785 Water Level 2.35
Jun-04 275 651 Water Level 2.40
Jun-03 161 376 Water Level 2.52
Jun-02 155 215 Water Level 2.65
Jun-01 33 60 Water Level 2.75
May-31 25 27 Water Level 2.74
May-30 2 2 Water Level 2.75
May-29 0 0 Weir Installed