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Stock origins of coho salmon in upper Cook Inlet, Alaska, during 1989

Douglas S. Vincent-Lang

Stock origins of coho salmon in upper Cook Inlet, Alaska, during 1989

by Douglas S. Vincent-Lang

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Published by Alaska Dept. of Fish and Game, Division of Sport Fish in Juneau, Alaska .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Coho salmon -- Alaska -- Cook Inlet.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesFederal aid in sport fish restoration (Alaska)
    Statementby Douglas Vincent-Lang.
    SeriesFishery data series -- no. 90-5.
    ContributionsAlaska. Division of Sport Fish.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 54 p. :
    Number of Pages54
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15577431M

    Size: Early season coho average between 6 and 8 pounds. By late July that average creeps up to 8 to 10 pounds. By late July that average creeps up to 8 to 10 pounds. You can expect a general pattern of increasing size throughout the season with the biggest silvers coming in from mid-August through the second week of September. Among Pacific salmonids, coho salmon (0. kisutch) utilize a great diversity of freshwater habitats for spawning, including streams unsuitable for other salmon species (Aro & Shepard ). Coho salmon are early fish colonizers in many recently de glaciated habitats, including Glacier Bay National Park (GBNP), Alaska (Milner etal. ).

    Chinook salmon can be found in Southern BC rivers between May and September. When chinook salmon reach spawning maturity after spending quite some time in the river, their body colour becomes black, brown or dark olive. Wild coho salmon have an adipose fin . coho salmon at Willard Hatchery. RESULTS AND DISCUSSION Beach seine sampling operations at the Jones Beach site produced a catch of , Juvenile salmonids in This catch included , "O"-age chinook salmon, 4, yearling chinook salmon, 23, coho salmon, and steelhead trout (Table 1).

    Silver salmon, Sea trout, Blueback. Spotting a Coho. Coho, especially large ones, and especially during spawning, can look a lot like Chinook. But in the ocean, they can be easily identified by their dark blue backs. When spawning, a Coho's snout becomes blunt and deeply hooked. Male Cohos' lower mouths get so swollen during spawning that they. 5 Seine catch of pink salmon by area in northern S.E. Alaska 21 6 Tag recoveries and percent exploitation of pink salmon in in northern S.E. Alaska 24 7 Areas with significant Kruskal—Wallis x2 test in comparison of week of peak escapement 28 8 Pink salmon stock groups in southern S.E. Alaska.. .


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Stock origins of coho salmon in upper Cook Inlet, Alaska, during 1989 by Douglas S. Vincent-Lang Download PDF EPUB FB2

Genetic Stock Identification of Upper Cook Inlet Coho Salmon Harvest, by. Andrew W. Barclay. Christopher Habicht. Wendy Gist. and. Mark Willette. February Alaska Department of Fish and Game Divisions of Sport Fish and Commercial Fisheries.

ORIGINS OF SOCKEYE SALMON IN THE UPPER COOK INLET FISHERY OF BASED ON SCALE PATTERN ANALYSIS Beverley A. Cross Scott L. Marshall Timothy L. Robertson Glen T.

Oliver Samuel Sharr Alaska Department of Fish and Game Di vi si on of Commerci a1 Fisheries Statewide Stock Separation Project Anchorage, A1 as ka. Coho salmon are the backbone of the Alaskan troll fishery; however, the majority are caught by the net fishery (gillnet and seine). Coho salmon average % by fish and % by weight of the annual Alaska salmon harvest.

The total North Pacific yields of the pink salmon, chum salmon and sockeye salmon are some 10–20 fold larger by : Actinopterygii. SOME LIFE HISTORY CHARACTERISTICS OF COHO SALMON OF THE KARLUK RIVER SYSTEM, KODIAK ISLAND, ALASKA ports on Alaska coho salmon stocks are veryfew.

Cook Inlet River, Alaska Godfrey () Resurrection Bay, Alaska Logan. For example, adult coho salmon from the Columbia River and Oregon coast north of Cape Blanco experienced a dramatic decrease in size in during the strong El Ni¤o (Johnson ), and underwent smaller decreases in size in and (S. Jacobs a App., S.

King App., S. Markey App.). Non-stop action, the bite was hot all day. Biggest coho was 17lb. Fishing at Chinook Shores Lodge in Ketchikan Alaska. This video is Chronicles Part 2: Coho (Silver) Salmon Fishing, Deep Creek, Alaska. The first silvers of the year were running through Deep Creek on.

Alaska Air makes two flights a day, one in in the morning, leaving Seattle about AM and the other out of Yakutat at about PM. Book early during the fishing season as there will be very few (if any) standby seats available, and prices increase on the few that. Coho salmon are available primarily headed and gutted, in fillets both frozen and fresh in season from July to October.

A limited amount of skinless, boneless coho salmon is sold. Coho is graded,and 9 up. Like other kinds of salmon, coho salmon quality differs greatly depending on the run so buyers recommend learning about. 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. Alaska Gold™ wild-caught coho salmon are caught by a cooperative of producers, like Lance Preston, using traditional hook and line methods.

These Alaska Gold™ Coho salmon portions are skin-on and boneless and weigh between 5 and 7 ounces each. In Lake Huron, the status of coho is similar to Superior. Coho were never stocked in Lake Huron by the Ministry of Natural Resources (MNR), and Michigan ended its program in due to lack of returns.

“Wild reproduction of coho salmon maintains this species in Lake Huron,” said David Gonder, management biologist for the Lake Huron : Bob Mcgary. in Upper Cook Inlet, Alaska (annual harvests > 25,). • Salmon home to natal streams which results in genetically distinct stocks.

• Alaska manages fisheries to meet escapement objectives, which requires understanding the productivity of each stock. • Productivity is measured as the number of fish returning from each stock, including those.

Cohoe is a census-designated place (CDP) in Kenai Peninsula Borough, Alaska, United the census the population was 1, up from 1, in Geography. Cohoe is located on the western side of the Kenai Peninsula at (, It is bordered to the west by Cook Inlet, to the south by Clam Gulch and Ninilchik, to the east by the outlet of Tustumena Lake, and to Borough: Kenai Peninsula.

Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Division of Sport Fish Raspberry Road, A nchorage, AKUSA This document should be cited as: Bullock, J.

and M. Miller. Stock assessment of sockeye and coho salmon from Billy’s Hole, Prince William Sound, Alaska, Stock Assessment and Optimal Escapement of Coho Salmon in Three Oregon Coastal Lakes Shijie Zhou Fish Division Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife SW First Avenue PO Portland, Oregon December coho salmon abundance declined precipitously from million fish during late s to 21, to 75, fish in the mids (BeiningtonJohnson et al.

Coho salmon and fry reportedly occupy the littoral zone but do not make extensive use of the pelagic zone (Bryant et al. Bottom or water column distribution Environment: bottom (benthic) or along water column In California streams, coho salmon reportedly live near the stream surface (Hassler ).File Size: KB.

Cooking king salmon and coho salmon. Most people consider king salmon, also known as Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha), the finest of the wild Pacific salmon is known for its high content of healthy omega-3 oils and its big taste.

A decadent item to feature at a white tablecloth, candlelit dinner, king salmon is about as good as it gets. A silver salmon pushing 27 pounds took a wild journey this week from Icy Strait near Hoonah to Jerry's Meats in Juneau to the Alaska state record : Beth Bragg.

Coho salmon are known for putting up a good fight, which is why they are one of the most desirable for sport fishermen. The Coho averages between 8 and 12 pounds and between 24 and 30 inches in length.

Coho salmon fishing in Ketchikan, Alaska is best between July and November. 4. Sockeye Salmon – Also known simply as the “Red” salmon.Alaska, coho salmon remain 1, 2, or 3 yr (occasionally 4) in fresh water after they emerge from the gravel (International North Pacific FisheriesCommission ; Godfrey ; Drucker ).

In some of the Alaska streams and in Kamchatka, USSR, coho salmon that remain in .Alaska coho salmon harvests are projected to increase infrom a harvest of million fish to million. Coho prices are highly sensitive to prices for competing species, such as sockeye and farmed Atlantic/coho salmon.

Prices are expected to be stable to up this year, given a tight farmed salmon market and increasing sockeye prices.