2 edition of Assessment of coho salmon from the Kenai River, Alaska, 1995 found in the catalog.
Assessment of coho salmon from the Kenai River, Alaska, 1995
Jamie A. Carlon
by Alaska Dept. of Fish and Game, Division of Sport Fish, Research and Technical Services Unit in Anchorage
Written in English
The commercial harvest of wild coho salmon Oncorhynchus kisutch of Kenai River origin in selected Upper Cook Inlet fisheries was estimated in 1995 based on the recovery of harvested adults marked with coded wire tags and adipose finclips. The goal of the study was to estimate the harvest of these fish in the drift gillnet fishery and the eastside set gillnet fishery of the Central District of Upper Cook Inlet. An estimated 6,956 (SE = 347) coho salmon from the Kenai River were harvested in the drift gillnet fishery and 13,165 (SE = 586) were harvested by the eastside set gillnet fishery. These commercial harvest estimates are the third available for coho salmon from the Kenai River. The harvests represented 3% of the total drift gillnet harvest of 234,126 coho salmon and 29% of the total eastside set gillnet harvest of 44,750 coho salmon. Harvest estimates in 1995 were similar to those estimated in 1993 and 1994. Geographic and temporal trends in harvest were also similar. Most (97%) coho salmon from the Kenai River were harvested during the last week of July through the second week of August. Geographic trends in the drift gillnet fishery could not be discerned because harvests delivered to processing locations were usually a mix of fish from multiple statistical areas. In the eastside set gillnet fishery, there was a general decreasing trend in the portion of the total harvest comprised of coho salmon from the Kenai River from the southernmost statistical area to the northernmost. Coded wire tags recovered from the drift gillnet fishery were also examined to determine the effect of fishery restrictions on the harvest of coho salmon from the Kenai River. The harvest of coho salmon of Kenai River origin during restricted fishing periods did not increase even though the restriction concentrated fishing effort closer to the mouth of the Kenai River. About 170,000 coho salmon smolt were marked in 1994 at the Moose River, a tributary to the Kenai River. The marked portion of the 1995 adult inriver return, as measured from sport harvest samples, ranged from 0.18 to 0.32 among weekly periods during the sport fishery (August 1 through September 20, 1996). Although it is not known if the sport harvest was sampled in proportion to harvest over time, smolt emigrating from the Moose River mixed with unmarked fish from across the Kenai River drainage prior to sampling the adult return in 1995 to such an extent that a relatively unbiased estimate of the portion marked (0.27) was obtained for the purpose of estimating commercial harvest. Based on the number of smolt marked, the number of sport harvested adults examined for marks, and the number of marked adults observed, an estimated 628,909 (SE = 14,788) coho salmon smolt emigrated from the Kenai River in 1994. Precise placement of coded wire tags through proper selection of tag injector headmolds likely resulted in the low tag loss rate of 3% during the experiment.
|Statement||by Jamie A. Carlon and James J. Hasbrouck.|
|Series||Fishery data series -- no. 97-7.|
|Contributions||Hasbrouck, James J., Alaska. Division of Sport Fish. Statewide Research and Technical Services Unit.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 68 p. :|
|Number of Pages||68|
The Kenai River is known across the globe for its salmon fishing. Often times, anglers book trips at Jimmie Jack’s Alaska Fishing Lodge specifically for our several salmon fishing day each fishing season, the Alaska Department of Fish and Game tracks and reports the Kenai River fish counts for year-to-year comparisons. Alaska sockeye or red salmon, are like silver torpedoes and they offer exciting fishing action. Kenai River Sockeye average between lbs. Sockeye salmon are most commonly caught from the bank. Over 1 million sockeye salmon return to the Kenai River every summer, and non-stop Alaska Salmon Fishing is often the result.
The current sport-caught record caught on in the Kenai River, Alaska is 97 lbs. 4 oz. The commercial catch world record is lbs. caught near Rivers Inlet, British Columbia in the late ’s. Coho salmon have silver sides with black spots on a metallic blue back. Local clients and lower 48 clients hooked nice and plentiful bright silver (coho) salmon on the Kenai River in August. September is just around the corner and King of the River is still serving for silver salmon fishing until end of September! It will be 2nd run silver salmon. The better and the bigger one. Come and book!!
Jimmie Jack's Alaska Fishing Lodge: Mueller Coho Silver Salmon Record Catching Trip 10 to win!!! - See traveler reviews, candid photos, and great deals for Jimmie Jack's Alaska Fishing Lodge at Tripadvisor TripAdvisor reviews. Popular Salmon (Chinook) Fishing Charters in Kenai River. Good availability and great rates. Read unbiased reviews and choose the best deal for your trip.
Authentic life of ... Louis Kossuth
tale of two City firms.
Crowns & coronations
flora of the Rugby district
Project in Medieval Islamic logic
Weil & Gildemeister, appellants, vs. Henry Rhine, appellee
Sonoric fantasia, no. 3, op. 125.
Straight answers to childrens questions
Physics: teachers̓ guide.
Social services research in 1975.
Towards the conquest of vitamin A deficiency disorders.
Islands at the edge
Willelmi Malmesbiriensis monachi De gestis regum Anglorum libri quinque
As the Kenai River King Salmon season draws to a close on July 31st each summer, the Silver Salmon (Coho Salmon) fishery just starts to heat up. In early August, the first run of Silver Salmon enters the lower Kenai River, changing the face of the river from the bustling boat traffic of July to the more relaxed 1995 book approach of anchoring up in the back eddies and channels of the Kenai River.
ASSESSMENT OF COHO SALMON FROM THE KENAI RIVER, ALASKA, by Rob Massengill and Jamie A. Carlon Division of Sport Fish, Soldotna Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish, Research and Technical Services Raspberry Road, Anchorage, Alaska June Massengill, R.
Assessment of coho salmon from the Kenai River, Alaska, Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Fishery Data Series No. Anchorage. The Alaska Department of Fish and Game (ADF&G) administers all.
Buy Assessment of coho salmon from the Kenai River, Alaska, (Fishery data series) by Jamie A Carlon (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Author: Jamie A Carlon. Popular with anglers looking for Salmon (Coho) fishing charters in Kenai River Guide Wyatt has over trips under his belt, so he has the ability and knowledge to take you where the fish are depending on the season.
The optimal escapement goal is 15, – 30, large king salmon. Inseason Assessment of coho salmon from the Kenai River of the king salmon run consists of the sonar at RM 14 on the Kenai River mainstem, a sport angler creel survey of the lower river, inriver test netting for age, sex, length composition, and sampling of king salmon harvest in the east side set net commercial.
Kenai River king salmon The Kenai River hosts the busiest freshwater king (Chi-nook) salmon ﬁ shery in Alaska. In the s, 50, toangler-days per year were recorded. Between 7, ﬁ sh were harvested. The average is ab kings.
The ﬁ rst king salmon is caught in mid- to late May. Fishing with Alaskan native Brian Talbot, Rob and Hillary Holman of experience Alaska's world famous Kenai River for it's "other" salmon species, Coho Salmon.
It is a huge river that empties into the Barents Sea. CHINOOK SALMON WORLD RECORD. Les Anderson was lucky enough to land the biggest Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) ever caught in the world with his Kenai River, Alaska, USA catch on the 17th of May, This big Chinook Salmon weight was measured at kg (97 lbs.
4 oz.). Wulik River Mike Curtiss Burbot: 24 lbs 12 oz Lake Louise George R. Howard King Salmon: 97 lbs 4 oz Kenai River Lester Anderson Chum Salmon: 32 lbs Camano Point Fredrick Thynes Coho Salmon: 26 lbs. The Silver Salmon run on the Kasilof River occurs around the same time as that on the Kenai River with some early fish beginning to arrive in late July.
Coho fishing on the Kasilof is done with drift boats using medium-light tackle, lures, and salmon roe. Fishing is usually very steady throughout the months of August and September.
U.S. wild-caught coho salmon is a smart seafood choice because it is sustainably managed and responsibly harvested under U.S.
regulations. NOAA Fisheries works in cooperation with federal, state, tribal, and Canadian officials to manage these commercial, recreational, and tribal harvest of salmon and steelhead in ocean and inland waters of the West Coast and Alaska. The Kenai River is the most popular sport fishing destination in Alaska, particularly for King or Chinook salmon.
Each year there are two runs each of king salmon, [coho salmon]], sockeye salmon, plus a run of pink salmon every other year. The world record king salmon, which weighed about 44 kg (97 lb), was caught in the Kenai River in The Kenai is also the.
The objectives of this study were to estimate the abundance and composition of rainbow trout in the most heavily fished section of the upper Kenai River (river miles –), and to compare these estimates to those from previous surveys conducted in, and on the same stretch of river.
Our Kenai Riverfront Cabins are conveniently situated just steps away from our eco-friendly light-penetrating River Boardwalk. Nestled among Alaska’s native spruce forest, wildlife is viewed frequently at the cabins, including moose, caribou, occasional bears, mink, beaver, river otters, ermine, huge bald eagles, and many other species of native northern birds.
Fish for the world's largest salmon in the Kenai River with PescaTravel. King, coho, sockeye & pink salmon, trophy rainbow trout & dolly varden.
+34 // +34 40 40 33 [email protected] Coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch (Walbaum)) also called silver salmon, are found in coastal waters of Alaska from Southeast to Point Hope on the Chukchi Sea and in the Yukon River to the Alaska-Yukon border.
Coho are extremely adaptable and occur in nearly all accessible bodies of fresh water-from large transboundary watersheds to small tributaries. General description. Hooking a pound fish 6 feet from your rod tip on an Alaska fishing charter in Kenai is an experience not to be soon forgotten.
AUGUST – OCTOBER FISHING IN KENAI. In late July, Silver or Coho salmon begin their return to the river systems, and by the first week in August you can expect excellent fishing on your Kenai charter. As Seen On Fisherman's Heaven Fish the Kenai River in July for King or Sockeye Salmon.
The cost is only $ per person for 3 or more. $ per person for 2. Call () or go to http. Popular with anglers looking for Salmon (Coho) fishing charters in Alaska The waters around Juneau are home to some of the best Salmon and Halibut fishing on the planet.
You can find King, Silver, Red, Pink, and Chum Salmon swimming along the craggy coastline just a stone’s throw from the harbor.
Popular with anglers looking for Salmon (Sockeye) fishing charters in Kenai River Enjoy your ride with Jim Rusk Fishing aboard a Willie boat, which is a fishing machine with twin 50 HP Mercury engines that can get up to four anglers to the fishing grounds in style and comfort.Home / Fish Alaska's Kenai River / Kenai River King Salmon Kenai River King Salmon The Alaska Dream T+ The Kenai River, in particular the Lower Kenai River where Kenai Riverfront Resort is located, was ranked as the #1 Fishing Hotspot in North America by Field & Stream magazine in Kenai River Salmon Fishing with Chadwick's Fishing Guide Service, Kings, Silvers, Sockeye & trophy class trout fishing.
If you want to book .