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Northwest FishWeb

Welcome to FishWEB, where you will find a daily report during the fish run season of the number of adult and jack chinook salmon returning to the Columbia and Snake Rivers.

NOTE: Fishweb is now in the off-season, from November to March, when counting is done by video tape, introducing delays in the reporting of counts. FishWEB's daily reports are on hiatus until fish counts pick up again in the Spring.

For complete records of previous years and current counts, please go to the DART Adult Passage Web site. For ongoing coverage, read the Energy NewsData fish & wildlife newsletter NW Fishletter.

THE FISH COUNT
Bonneville Dam
Daily :: Cumulative
Lower Granite Dam
Daily :: Cumulative
Chinook Jacks Chinook Jacks
10/31/16: 215 :: 696,456 21 :: 76,030 24 :: 108,475 41 :: 19,595
10/31/15: 620 :: 1,332,465 69 :: 113,151 83 :: 178,493 52 :: 23,778
10/yr avg: 205 :: 744,615 38 :: 129,548 39 :: 107,639 39 :: 36,765

Data obtained from the DART Adult Passage Web site.

  • Cumulatively, the chinook run at Bonneville Dam this year is 93.5% of the 10-yr/avg. The cumulative jack run this year is 58.7% of the 10-yr/avg.
  • At Lower Granite Dam, the cumulative chinook run this year is 100.8% of the 10-yr/avg. The cumulative jack run this year is 53.3% of the 10-yr/avg.

Last update: Nov 01, 2016 12:15:43 PDT

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