Clearwater Region Weekly Chinook Harvest Summary 7/02/12

Section 3 on the North Fork of the Clearwater had the best catch rates this week and the most fish harvested. Everywhere else in the Clearwater Region saw a lot less fish harvested. It seems like effort is starting to wind down.  - Jaime Mills, Clearwater Region Fisheries

Clearwater River Drainage Chinook Salmon Kept Angler Hours Hours per fish kept Unclipped salmon released
  Adults Jacks Total      
Railroad Bridge to Cherrylane Bridge 0 0 0 38 - 0
Cherrylane Bridge to Orofino Bridge 6 0 6 182 30 0
North Fork Clearwater River 94 7 101 1155 11 22
Orofino Bridge to Kooskia Bridge 0 0 0 69 - 0
Middle Fork Clearwater River 16 0 16 348 22 0
South Fork Clearwater River 6 0 6 949 158 22
Lochsa River 0 0 0 735 - 12
Clearwater River drainage Week total 122 7 129 3476 27 56
Clearwater River drainage Season total 3291 198 3489 74872 21 1077

 

Lower Salmon River Chinook Salmon Kept Angler Hours Hours per fish kept Unclipped salmon released
  Adults Jacks Total      
Rice Creek Bridge to Hammer Creek Boundary 28 2 30 915 31 12
Hammer Creek Boat Ramp to Time Zone Bridge 34 3 37 876 24 61
Time Zone Bridge to Mouth of Short's Creek 17 2 19 803 42 2
Short's Creek to Vinegar Creek 0 0 0 315 - 0
Salmon River        Week Total 79 7 86 2909 34 75
Salmon River      Season Total 2312 234 2546 54468 21 615