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Location: Ayakulik River
Species: Chinook
Method: Weir

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

  • 2017
  • 2016
Daily Counts
Cumulative

Description: Ayakulik weir is operated by the division of Commercial Fisheries. It is located on the southwest end of Kodiak Island. The Ayakulik River is a major producer of sockeye salmon, and in most years has the largest run of King salmon on Kodiak Island. Besides its commercial importance, it has a high level of sport fishing use, targeting sockeye, king salmon and coho salmon. The current escapement goal for Chinook Salmon is 4,800 to 8,400 and for Early Sockeye it is 140,000 to 280,000.

Contact: Kodiak Sport Fish Assistant Area Biologist,
(907) 486-1878

Weekly Sportfish Fishing Report for this area

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-24 0 3,712 4,594  
Aug-23 0 3,712 4,594  
Aug-22 0 3,712 4,594  
Aug-21 2 3,712 4,594  
Aug-20 0 3,710 4,594  
Aug-19 1 3,710 4,594  
Aug-18 0 3,709 4,594  
Aug-17 5 3,709 4,594  
Aug-16 3 3,704 4,594  
Aug-15 6 3,701 4,594  
Aug-14 3 3,695 4,594  
Aug-13 0 3,692 4,594  
Aug-12 2 3,692 4,594  
Aug-11 0 3,690 4,594  
Aug-10 1 3,690 4,594  
Aug-09 4 3,689 4,594  
Aug-08 1 3,685 4,594  
Aug-07 1 3,684 4,594  
Aug-06 3 3,683 4,594  
Aug-05 0 3,680 4,594  
Aug-04 0 3,680 4,594  
Aug-03 0 3,680 4,594  
Aug-02 0 3,680 4,594  
Aug-01 1 3,680 4,591  
Jul-31 5 3,679 4,578  
Jul-30 2 3,674 4,578  
Jul-29 3 3,672 4,577  
Jul-28 2 3,669 4,557  
Jul-27 4 3,667 4,550  
Jul-26 3 3,663 4,546  
Jul-25 5 3,660 4,545  
Jul-24 9 3,655 4,532 weir fish tight, end sonar counts
Jul-23 5 3,646 4,532  
Jul-22 4 3,641 4,529  
Jul-21 6 3,637 4,519  
Jul-20 10 3,631 4,517  
Jul-19 8 3,621 4,506  
Jul-18 7 3,613 4,491  
Jul-17 18 3,606 4,480  
Jul-16 11 3,588 4,464  
Jul-15 4 3,577 4,430  
Jul-14 2 3,573 4,409  
Jul-13 15 3,571 4,379  
Jul-12 20 3,556 4,361 weir out, sonar counts
Jul-11 27 3,536 4,328  
Jul-10 35 3,509 4,318  
Jul-09 20 3,474 4,285  
Jul-08 25 3,454 4,266  
Jul-07 31 3,429 4,248  
Jul-06 39 3,398 4,198  
Jul-05 40 3,359 4,164 weir out, estimates from this date
Jul-04 36 3,319 4,145  
Jul-03 32 3,283 4,079  
Jul-02 53 3,251 4,039  
Jul-01 5 3,198 3,942  
Jun-30 51 3,193 3,832  
Jun-29 278 3,142 3,713  
Jun-28 79 2,864 3,661  
Jun-27 53 2,785 3,513  
Jun-26 110 2,732 3,325  
Jun-25 47 2,622 3,094  
Jun-24 96 2,575 2,901  
Jun-23 234 2,479 2,710  
Jun-22 101 2,245 2,649  
Jun-21 73 2,144 2,523  
Jun-20 172 2,071 2,408  
Jun-19 374 1,899 2,201  
Jun-18 75 1,525 1,938  
Jun-17 68 1,450 1,904  
Jun-16 105 1,382 1,740  
Jun-15 256 1,277 1,542  
Jun-14 86 1,021 1,454  
Jun-13 34 935 1,367  
Jun-12 58 901 1,251  
Jun-11 42 843 1,059  
Jun-10 36 801 955  
Jun-09 455 765 799  
Jun-08 112 310 681  
Jun-07 40 198 639  
Jun-06 84 158 597  
Jun-05 71 74 532 Weir operational. Will update past Chinook counts with estimates in near future
Jun-04 - - 518  
Jun-03 - - 476  
Jun-02 - - 430  
Jun-01 0 3 399 High Water.Weir out 5/23- until further notice. Sonar counts cannot ID fish species.
May-31 - - 373  
May-30 - - 320  
May-29 - - 256  
May-28 - - 181  
May-27 - - 72  
May-26 - - 48  
May-25 - - 11  
May-24 0 3 0  
May-22 3 3 0 high water, weir out,