1008North Fork Nooksack Chinook (including Middle Fork Nooksack River)1Chinook198445.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on carcass and redd counts in the North Fork and Middle Fork drainages. A stock rebuilding program using native broodstock was started at Kendall Creek Hatchery in 1980. Escapements have increased as a result, but the naturalorigin spawners are still doing poorly.SCoRE, SOS
1008North Fork Nooksack Chinook (including Middle Fork Nooksack River)1Chinook1985258.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on carcass and redd counts in the North Fork and Middle Fork drainages. A stock rebuilding program using native broodstock was started at Kendall Creek Hatchery in 1980. Escapements have increased as a result, but the naturalorigin spawners are still doing poorly.SCoRE, SOS
1008North Fork Nooksack Chinook (including Middle Fork Nooksack River)1Chinook1986226.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on carcass and redd counts in the North Fork and Middle Fork drainages. A stock rebuilding program using native broodstock was started at Kendall Creek Hatchery in 1980. Escapements have increased as a result, but the naturalorigin spawners are still doing poorly.SCoRE, SOS
1008North Fork Nooksack Chinook (including Middle Fork Nooksack River)1Chinook1987181.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on carcass and redd counts in the North Fork and Middle Fork drainages. A stock rebuilding program using native broodstock was started at Kendall Creek Hatchery in 1980. Escapements have increased as a result, but the naturalorigin spawners are still doing poorly.SCoRE, SOS
1008North Fork Nooksack Chinook (including Middle Fork Nooksack River)1Chinook1988456.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on carcass and redd counts in the North Fork and Middle Fork drainages. A stock rebuilding program using native broodstock was started at Kendall Creek Hatchery in 1980. Escapements have increased as a result, but the naturalorigin spawners are still doing poorly.SCoRE, SOS
1008North Fork Nooksack Chinook (including Middle Fork Nooksack River)1Chinook1989303.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on carcass and redd counts in the North Fork and Middle Fork drainages. A stock rebuilding program using native broodstock was started at Kendall Creek Hatchery in 1980. Escapements have increased as a result, but the naturalorigin spawners are still doing poorly.SCoRE, SOS
1008North Fork Nooksack Chinook (including Middle Fork Nooksack River)1Chinook199010.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on carcass and redd counts in the North Fork and Middle Fork drainages. A stock rebuilding program using native broodstock was started at Kendall Creek Hatchery in 1980. Escapements have increased as a result, but the naturalorigin spawners are still doing poorly.SCoRE, SOS
1008North Fork Nooksack Chinook (including Middle Fork Nooksack River)1Chinook1991108.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on carcass and redd counts in the North Fork and Middle Fork drainages. A stock rebuilding program using native broodstock was started at Kendall Creek Hatchery in 1980. Escapements have increased as a result, but the naturalorigin spawners are still doing poorly.SCoRE, SOS
1008North Fork Nooksack Chinook (including Middle Fork Nooksack River)1Chinook1992498.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on carcass and redd counts in the North Fork and Middle Fork drainages. A stock rebuilding program using native broodstock was started at Kendall Creek Hatchery in 1980. Escapements have increased as a result, but the naturalorigin spawners are still doing poorly.SCoRE, SOS
1008North Fork Nooksack Chinook (including Middle Fork Nooksack River)1Chinook1993449.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on carcass and redd counts in the North Fork and Middle Fork drainages. A stock rebuilding program using native broodstock was started at Kendall Creek Hatchery in 1980. Escapements have increased as a result, but the naturalorigin spawners are still doing poorly.SCoRE, SOS
1008North Fork Nooksack Chinook (including Middle Fork Nooksack River)1Chinook199445.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on carcass and redd counts in the North Fork and Middle Fork drainages. A stock rebuilding program using native broodstock was started at Kendall Creek Hatchery in 1980. Escapements have increased as a result, but the naturalorigin spawners are still doing poorly.SCoRE, SOS
1008North Fork Nooksack Chinook (including Middle Fork Nooksack River)2Chinook2002224.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.Data are naturalorigin spawner estimates based on carcass and redd counts in the North Fork and Middle Fork drainages. A stock rebuilding program using native broodstock was started at Kendall Creek Hatchery in 1980. Escapements have increased as a result, but the naturalorigin spawners are still doing poorly.Prelim estimate.SCoRE, SOS
1008North Fork Nooksack Chinook (including Middle Fork Nooksack River)2Chinook2001264.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.Data are naturalorigin spawner estimates based on carcass and redd counts in the North Fork and Middle Fork drainages. A stock rebuilding program using native broodstock was started at Kendall Creek Hatchery in 1980. Escapements have increased as a result, but the naturalorigin spawners are still doing poorly.SCoRE, SOS
1008North Fork Nooksack Chinook (including Middle Fork Nooksack River)2Chinook2000160.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.Data are naturalorigin spawner estimates based on carcass and redd counts in the North Fork and Middle Fork drainages. A stock rebuilding program using native broodstock was started at Kendall Creek Hatchery in 1980. Escapements have increased as a result, but the naturalorigin spawners are still doing poorly.SCoRE, SOS
1008North Fork Nooksack Chinook (including Middle Fork Nooksack River)2Chinook199985.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.Data are naturalorigin spawner estimates based on carcass and redd counts in the North Fork and Middle Fork drainages. A stock rebuilding program using native broodstock was started at Kendall Creek Hatchery in 1980. Escapements have increased as a result, but the naturalorigin spawners are still doing poorly.SCoRE, SOS
1008North Fork Nooksack Chinook (including Middle Fork Nooksack River)2Chinook199837.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.Data are naturalorigin spawner estimates based on carcass and redd counts in the North Fork and Middle Fork drainages. A stock rebuilding program using native broodstock was started at Kendall Creek Hatchery in 1980. Escapements have increased as a result, but the naturalorigin spawners are still doing poorly.SCoRE, SOS
1008North Fork Nooksack Chinook (including Middle Fork Nooksack River)2Chinook2008307.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.Data are naturalorigin spawner estimates based on carcass and redd counts in the North Fork and Middle Fork drainages. A stock rebuilding program using native broodstock was started at Kendall Creek Hatchery in 1980. Escapements have increased as a result, but the naturalorigin spawners are still doing poorly.Preliminary estimate.SCoRE, SOS
1008North Fork Nooksack Chinook (including Middle Fork Nooksack River)2Chinook2009269.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.Data are naturalorigin spawner estimates based on carcass and redd counts in the North Fork and Middle Fork drainages. A stock rebuilding program using native broodstock was started at Kendall Creek Hatchery in 1980. Escapements have increased as a result, but the naturalorigin spawners are still doing poorly.Preliminary estimate. All surveys were conducted by foot.SCoRE, SOS
1008North Fork Nooksack Chinook (including Middle Fork Nooksack River)2Chinook2005210.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.Data are naturalorigin spawner estimates based on carcass and redd counts in the North Fork and Middle Fork drainages. A stock rebuilding program using native broodstock was started at Kendall Creek Hatchery in 1980. Escapements have increased as a result, but the naturalorigin spawners are still doing poorly.Preliminary estimate.SCoRE, SOS
1008North Fork Nooksack Chinook (including Middle Fork Nooksack River)2Chinook2007334.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.Data are naturalorigin spawner estimates based on carcass and redd counts in the North Fork and Middle Fork drainages. A stock rebuilding program using native broodstock was started at Kendall Creek Hatchery in 1980. Escapements have increased as a result, but the naturalorigin spawners are still doing poorly.Preliminary estimate.SCoRE, SOS
1008North Fork Nooksack Chinook (including Middle Fork Nooksack River)2Chinook2006311.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.Data are naturalorigin spawner estimates based on carcass and redd counts in the North Fork and Middle Fork drainages. A stock rebuilding program using native broodstock was started at Kendall Creek Hatchery in 1980. Escapements have increased as a result, but the naturalorigin spawners are still doing poorly.Preliminary estimate.SCoRE, SOS
1008North Fork Nooksack Chinook (including Middle Fork Nooksack River)2Chinook2003210.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.Data are naturalorigin spawner estimates based on carcass and redd counts in the North Fork and Middle Fork drainages. A stock rebuilding program using native broodstock was started at Kendall Creek Hatchery in 1980. Escapements have increased as a result, but the naturalorigin spawners are still doing poorly.Preliminary estimate.SCoRE, SOS
1008North Fork Nooksack Chinook (including Middle Fork Nooksack River)2Chinook2004314.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.Data are naturalorigin spawner estimates based on carcass and redd counts in the North Fork and Middle Fork drainages. A stock rebuilding program using native broodstock was started at Kendall Creek Hatchery in 1980. Escapements have increased as a result, but the naturalorigin spawners are still doing poorly.Preliminary estimate.SCoRE, SOS
1008North Fork Nooksack Chinook (including Middle Fork Nooksack River)2Chinook2010204.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.Data are naturalorigin spawner estimates based on carcass and redd counts in the North Fork and Middle Fork drainages. A stock rebuilding program using native broodstock was started at Kendall Creek Hatchery in 1980. Escapements have increased as a result, but the naturalorigin spawners are still doing poorly.Estimate is number of natural origin chinook observed on the spawning grounds.SCoRE, SOS
1008North Fork Nooksack Chinook (including Middle Fork Nooksack River)2Chinook201199.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.Data are naturalorigin spawner estimates based on carcass and redd counts in the North Fork and Middle Fork drainages. A stock rebuilding program using native broodstock was started at Kendall Creek Hatchery in 1980. Escapements have increased as a result, but the naturalorigin spawners are still doing poorly.SCoRE, SOS
1008North Fork Nooksack Chinook (including Middle Fork Nooksack River)2Chinook2012281.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.Data are naturalorigin spawner estimates based on carcass and redd counts in the North Fork and Middle Fork drainages. A stock rebuilding program using native broodstock was started at Kendall Creek Hatchery in 1980. Escapements have increased as a result, but the naturalorigin spawners are still doing poorly.SCoRE, SOS
1008North Fork Nooksack Chinook (including Middle Fork Nooksack River)2Chinook1995171.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.Data are naturalorigin spawner estimates based on carcass and redd counts in the North Fork and Middle Fork drainages. A stock rebuilding program using native broodstock was started at Kendall Creek Hatchery in 1980. Escapements have increased as a result, but the naturalorigin spawners are still doing poorly.SCoRE, SOS
1008North Fork Nooksack Chinook (including Middle Fork Nooksack River)2Chinook1996209.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.Data are naturalorigin spawner estimates based on carcass and redd counts in the North Fork and Middle Fork drainages. A stock rebuilding program using native broodstock was started at Kendall Creek Hatchery in 1980. Escapements have increased as a result, but the naturalorigin spawners are still doing poorly.SCoRE, SOS
1008North Fork Nooksack Chinook (including Middle Fork Nooksack River)2Chinook199774.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.Data are naturalorigin spawner estimates based on carcass and redd counts in the North Fork and Middle Fork drainages. A stock rebuilding program using native broodstock was started at Kendall Creek Hatchery in 1980. Escapements have increased as a result, but the naturalorigin spawners are still doing poorly.SCoRE, SOS
1008North Fork Nooksack Chinook (including Middle Fork Nooksack River)3Chinook199559.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.Data are total hatcheryorigin spawner estimates based on carcass and redd counts in the North Fork and Middle Fork drainages. A stock rebuilding program using native broodstock was started at Kendall Creek Hatchery in 1980. Escapements have increased as a result, but the naturalorigin spawners are still doing poorly.SCoRE, SOS
1008North Fork Nooksack Chinook (including Middle Fork Nooksack River)3Chinook1996326.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.Data are total hatcheryorigin spawner estimates based on carcass and redd counts in the North Fork and Middle Fork drainages. A stock rebuilding program using native broodstock was started at Kendall Creek Hatchery in 1980. Escapements have increased as a result, but the naturalorigin spawners are still doing poorly.SCoRE, SOS
1008North Fork Nooksack Chinook (including Middle Fork Nooksack River)3Chinook1997543.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.Data are total hatcheryorigin spawner estimates based on carcass and redd counts in the North Fork and Middle Fork drainages. A stock rebuilding program using native broodstock was started at Kendall Creek Hatchery in 1980. Escapements have increased as a result, but the naturalorigin spawners are still doing poorly.SCoRE, SOS
1008North Fork Nooksack Chinook (including Middle Fork Nooksack River)3Chinook2012477.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.Data are total hatcheryorigin spawner estimates based on carcass and redd counts in the North Fork and Middle Fork drainages. A stock rebuilding program using native broodstock was started at Kendall Creek Hatchery in 1980. Escapements have increased as a result, but the naturalorigin spawners are still doing poorly.SCoRE, SOS
1008North Fork Nooksack Chinook (including Middle Fork Nooksack River)3Chinook2011766.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.Data are total hatcheryorigin spawner estimates based on carcass and redd counts in the North Fork and Middle Fork drainages. A stock rebuilding program using native broodstock was started at Kendall Creek Hatchery in 1980. Escapements have increased as a result, but the naturalorigin spawners are still doing poorly.SCoRE, SOS
1008North Fork Nooksack Chinook (including Middle Fork Nooksack River)3Chinook20101840.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.Data are total hatcheryorigin spawner estimates based on carcass and redd counts in the North Fork and Middle Fork drainages. A stock rebuilding program using native broodstock was started at Kendall Creek Hatchery in 1980. Escapements have increased as a result, but the naturalorigin spawners are still doing poorly.Estimate is of Hatchery origin spawners observed on the spawning groundsoff station. Does not include fish returning to Kendall Hatchery.SCoRE, SOS
1008North Fork Nooksack Chinook (including Middle Fork Nooksack River)3Chinook20032647.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.Data are total hatcheryorigin spawner estimates based on carcass and redd counts in the North Fork and Middle Fork drainages. A stock rebuilding program using native broodstock was started at Kendall Creek Hatchery in 1980. Escapements have increased as a result, but the naturalorigin spawners are still doing poorly.Preliminary estimate.SCoRE, SOS
1008North Fork Nooksack Chinook (including Middle Fork Nooksack River)3Chinook20041405.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.Data are total hatcheryorigin spawner estimates based on carcass and redd counts in the North Fork and Middle Fork drainages. A stock rebuilding program using native broodstock was started at Kendall Creek Hatchery in 1980. Escapements have increased as a result, but the naturalorigin spawners are still doing poorly.Preliminary estimate.SCoRE, SOS
1008North Fork Nooksack Chinook (including Middle Fork Nooksack River)3Chinook2006873.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.Data are total hatcheryorigin spawner estimates based on carcass and redd counts in the North Fork and Middle Fork drainages. A stock rebuilding program using native broodstock was started at Kendall Creek Hatchery in 1980. Escapements have increased as a result, but the naturalorigin spawners are still doing poorly.Preliminary estimate.SCoRE, SOS
1008North Fork Nooksack Chinook (including Middle Fork Nooksack River)3Chinook20071104.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.Data are total hatcheryorigin spawner estimates based on carcass and redd counts in the North Fork and Middle Fork drainages. A stock rebuilding program using native broodstock was started at Kendall Creek Hatchery in 1980. Escapements have increased as a result, but the naturalorigin spawners are still doing poorly.Preliminary estimate.SCoRE, SOS
1008North Fork Nooksack Chinook (including Middle Fork Nooksack River)3Chinook20051837.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.Data are total hatcheryorigin spawner estimates based on carcass and redd counts in the North Fork and Middle Fork drainages. A stock rebuilding program using native broodstock was started at Kendall Creek Hatchery in 1980. Escapements have increased as a result, but the naturalorigin spawners are still doing poorly.Preliminary estimate.SCoRE, SOS
1008North Fork Nooksack Chinook (including Middle Fork Nooksack River)3Chinook2008959.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.Data are total hatcheryorigin spawner estimates based on carcass and redd counts in the North Fork and Middle Fork drainages. A stock rebuilding program using native broodstock was started at Kendall Creek Hatchery in 1980. Escapements have increased as a result, but the naturalorigin spawners are still doing poorly.Preliminary estimate.SCoRE, SOS
1008North Fork Nooksack Chinook (including Middle Fork Nooksack River)3Chinook20091634.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.Data are total hatcheryorigin spawner estimates based on carcass and redd counts in the North Fork and Middle Fork drainages. A stock rebuilding program using native broodstock was started at Kendall Creek Hatchery in 1980. Escapements have increased as a result, but the naturalorigin spawners are still doing poorly.Preliminary estimate. All surveys were conducted by foot.SCoRE, SOS
1008North Fork Nooksack Chinook (including Middle Fork Nooksack River)3Chinook1998333.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.Data are total hatcheryorigin spawner estimates based on carcass and redd counts in the North Fork and Middle Fork drainages. A stock rebuilding program using native broodstock was started at Kendall Creek Hatchery in 1980. Escapements have increased as a result, but the naturalorigin spawners are still doing poorly.SCoRE, SOS
1008North Fork Nooksack Chinook (including Middle Fork Nooksack River)3Chinook1999738.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.Data are total hatcheryorigin spawner estimates based on carcass and redd counts in the North Fork and Middle Fork drainages. A stock rebuilding program using native broodstock was started at Kendall Creek Hatchery in 1980. Escapements have increased as a result, but the naturalorigin spawners are still doing poorly.SCoRE, SOS
1008North Fork Nooksack Chinook (including Middle Fork Nooksack River)3Chinook20001082.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.Data are total hatcheryorigin spawner estimates based on carcass and redd counts in the North Fork and Middle Fork drainages. A stock rebuilding program using native broodstock was started at Kendall Creek Hatchery in 1980. Escapements have increased as a result, but the naturalorigin spawners are still doing poorly.Prelim estimate.SCoRE, SOS
1008North Fork Nooksack Chinook (including Middle Fork Nooksack River)3Chinook20011921.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.Data are total hatcheryorigin spawner estimates based on carcass and redd counts in the North Fork and Middle Fork drainages. A stock rebuilding program using native broodstock was started at Kendall Creek Hatchery in 1980. Escapements have increased as a result, but the naturalorigin spawners are still doing poorly.Prelim estimate.SCoRE, SOS
1008North Fork Nooksack Chinook (including Middle Fork Nooksack River)3Chinook20023517.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.Data are total hatcheryorigin spawner estimates based on carcass and redd counts in the North Fork and Middle Fork drainages. A stock rebuilding program using native broodstock was started at Kendall Creek Hatchery in 1980. Escapements have increased as a result, but the naturalorigin spawners are still doing poorly.Prelim estimate.SCoRE, SOS
1016South Fork Nooksack Chinook1Chinook2000111.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedIndex Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawning in the wild.Data are SF Nooksack naturalorigin spawner escapement estimates based on counts of redds and spawners in the mainstem South Fork and tributaries through September 30 each year, excluding the proportion of redds that carcass recoveries indicated were from known hatchery strays. These estimates are based on DNA & otolith analyses from the Lummi Tribe. Wild fish from other stocks are not included (e.g., N. F. Nooksack or nonlocal fallrun).SCoRE, SOS
1016South Fork Nooksack Chinook1Chinook2001159.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedIndex Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawning in the wild.Data are SF Nooksack naturalorigin spawner escapement estimates based on counts of redds and spawners in the mainstem South Fork and tributaries through September 30 each year, excluding the proportion of redds that carcass recoveries indicated were from known hatchery strays. These estimates are based on DNA & otolith analyses from the Lummi Tribe. Wild fish from other stocks are not included (e.g., N. F. Nooksack or nonlocal fallrun).SCoRE, SOS
1016South Fork Nooksack Chinook1Chinook2002135.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedIndex Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawning in the wild.Data are SF Nooksack naturalorigin spawner escapement estimates based on counts of redds and spawners in the mainstem South Fork and tributaries through September 30 each year, excluding the proportion of redds that carcass recoveries indicated were from known hatchery strays. These estimates are based on DNA & otolith analyses from the Lummi Tribe. Wild fish from other stocks are not included (e.g., N. F. Nooksack or nonlocal fallrun).SCoRE, SOS
1016South Fork Nooksack Chinook1Chinook200369.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedIndex Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawning in the wild.Data are SF Nooksack naturalorigin spawner escapement estimates based on counts of redds and spawners in the mainstem South Fork and tributaries through September 30 each year, excluding the proportion of redds that carcass recoveries indicated were from known hatchery strays. These estimates are based on DNA & otolith analyses from the Lummi Tribe. Wild fish from other stocks are not included (e.g., N. F. Nooksack or nonlocal fallrun).SCoRE, SOS
1016South Fork Nooksack Chinook1Chinook200429.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedIndex Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawning in the wild.Data are SF Nooksack naturalorigin spawner escapement estimates based on counts of redds and spawners in the mainstem South Fork and tributaries through September 30 each year, excluding the proportion of redds that carcass recoveries indicated were from known hatchery strays. These estimates are based on DNA & otolith analyses from the Lummi Tribe. Wild fish from other stocks are not included (e.g., N. F. Nooksack or nonlocal fallrun).SCoRE, SOS
1016South Fork Nooksack Chinook1Chinook200519.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedIndex Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawning in the wild.Data are SF Nooksack naturalorigin spawner escapement estimates based on counts of redds and spawners in the mainstem South Fork and tributaries through September 30 each year, excluding the proportion of redds that carcass recoveries indicated were from known hatchery strays. These estimates are based on DNA & otolith analyses from the Lummi Tribe. Wild fish from other stocks are not included (e.g., N. F. Nooksack or nonlocal fallrun).SCoRE, SOS
1016South Fork Nooksack Chinook1Chinook200661.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedIndex Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawning in the wild.Data are SF Nooksack naturalorigin spawner escapement estimates based on counts of redds and spawners in the mainstem South Fork and tributaries through September 30 each year, excluding the proportion of redds that carcass recoveries indicated were from known hatchery strays. These estimates are based on DNA & otolith analyses from the Lummi Tribe. Wild fish from other stocks are not included (e.g., N. F. Nooksack or nonlocal fallrun).SCoRE, SOS
1016South Fork Nooksack Chinook1Chinook200726.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedIndex Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawning in the wild.Data are SF Nooksack naturalorigin spawner escapement estimates based on counts of redds and spawners in the mainstem South Fork and tributaries through September 30 each year, excluding the proportion of redds that carcass recoveries indicated were from known hatchery strays. These estimates are based on DNA & otolith analyses from the Lummi Tribe. Wild fish from other stocks are not included (e.g., N. F. Nooksack or nonlocal fallrun).SCoRE, SOS
1016South Fork Nooksack Chinook1Chinook200880.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedIndex Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawning in the wild.Data are SF Nooksack naturalorigin spawner escapement estimates based on counts of redds and spawners in the mainstem South Fork and tributaries through September 30 each year, excluding the proportion of redds that carcass recoveries indicated were from known hatchery strays. These estimates are based on DNA & otolith analyses from the Lummi Tribe. Wild fish from other stocks are not included (e.g., N. F. Nooksack or nonlocal fallrun).SCoRE, SOS
1016South Fork Nooksack Chinook1Chinook200945.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedIndex Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawning in the wild.Data are SF Nooksack naturalorigin spawner escapement estimates based on counts of redds and spawners in the mainstem South Fork and tributaries through September 30 each year, excluding the proportion of redds that carcass recoveries indicated were from known hatchery strays. These estimates are based on DNA & otolith analyses from the Lummi Tribe. Wild fish from other stocks are not included (e.g., N. F. Nooksack or nonlocal fallrun).SCoRE, SOS
1016South Fork Nooksack Chinook1Chinook201024.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedIndex Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawning in the wild.Data are SF Nooksack naturalorigin spawner escapement estimates based on counts of redds and spawners in the mainstem South Fork and tributaries through September 30 each year, excluding the proportion of redds that carcass recoveries indicated were from known hatchery strays. These estimates are based on DNA & otolith analyses from the Lummi Tribe. Wild fish from other stocks are not included (e.g., N. F. Nooksack or nonlocal fallrun).SCoRE, SOS
1016South Fork Nooksack Chinook1Chinook199932.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedIndex Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawning in the wild.Data are SF Nooksack naturalorigin spawner escapement estimates based on counts of redds and spawners in the mainstem South Fork and tributaries through September 30 each year, excluding the proportion of redds that carcass recoveries indicated were from known hatchery strays. These estimates are based on DNA & otolith analyses from the Lummi Tribe. Wild fish from other stocks are not included (e.g., N. F. Nooksack or nonlocal fallrun).SCoRE, SOS
1016South Fork Nooksack Chinook2Chinook19990.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedIndex Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawning in the wild.Data are stray NF Nooksack naturalorigin spawner escapement estimates based on counts of redds and spawners in the mainstem South Fork and tributaries through September 30 each year, excluding the proportion of redds that carcass recoveries indicated were from known hatchery strays. These estimates are based on DNA & otolith analyses from the Lummi Tribe. Wild fish from other stocks are not included (e.g., S. F. Nooksack or nonlocal fallrun).SCoRE
1016South Fork Nooksack Chinook2Chinook200042.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedIndex Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawning in the wild.Data are stray NF Nooksack naturalorigin spawner escapement estimates based on counts of redds and spawners in the mainstem South Fork and tributaries through September 30 each year, excluding the proportion of redds that carcass recoveries indicated were from known hatchery strays. These estimates are based on DNA & otolith analyses from the Lummi Tribe. Wild fish from other stocks are not included (e.g., S. F. Nooksack or nonlocal fallrun).SCoRE
1016South Fork Nooksack Chinook2Chinook200151.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedIndex Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawning in the wild.Data are stray NF Nooksack naturalorigin spawner escapement estimates based on counts of redds and spawners in the mainstem South Fork and tributaries through September 30 each year, excluding the proportion of redds that carcass recoveries indicated were from known hatchery strays. These estimates are based on DNA & otolith analyses from the Lummi Tribe. Wild fish from other stocks are not included (e.g., S. F. Nooksack or nonlocal fallrun).SCoRE
1016South Fork Nooksack Chinook2Chinook200255.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedIndex Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawning in the wild.Data are stray NF Nooksack naturalorigin spawner escapement estimates based on counts of redds and spawners in the mainstem South Fork and tributaries through September 30 each year, excluding the proportion of redds that carcass recoveries indicated were from known hatchery strays. These estimates are based on DNA & otolith analyses from the Lummi Tribe. Wild fish from other stocks are not included (e.g., S. F. Nooksack or nonlocal fallrun).SCoRE
1016South Fork Nooksack Chinook2Chinook20030.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedIndex Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawning in the wild.Data are stray NF Nooksack naturalorigin spawner escapement estimates based on counts of redds and spawners in the mainstem South Fork and tributaries through September 30 each year, excluding the proportion of redds that carcass recoveries indicated were from known hatchery strays. These estimates are based on DNA & otolith analyses from the Lummi Tribe. Wild fish from other stocks are not included (e.g., S. F. Nooksack or nonlocal fallrun).SCoRE
1016South Fork Nooksack Chinook2Chinook200429.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedIndex Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawning in the wild.Data are stray NF Nooksack naturalorigin spawner escapement estimates based on counts of redds and spawners in the mainstem South Fork and tributaries through September 30 each year, excluding the proportion of redds that carcass recoveries indicated were from known hatchery strays. These estimates are based on DNA & otolith analyses from the Lummi Tribe. Wild fish from other stocks are not included (e.g., S. F. Nooksack or nonlocal fallrun).SCoRE
1016South Fork Nooksack Chinook2Chinook200556.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedIndex Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawning in the wild.Data are stray NF Nooksack naturalorigin spawner escapement estimates based on counts of redds and spawners in the mainstem South Fork and tributaries through September 30 each year, excluding the proportion of redds that carcass recoveries indicated were from known hatchery strays. These estimates are based on DNA & otolith analyses from the Lummi Tribe. Wild fish from other stocks are not included (e.g., S. F. Nooksack or nonlocal fallrun).SCoRE
1016South Fork Nooksack Chinook2Chinook2006104.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedIndex Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawning in the wild.Data are stray NF Nooksack naturalorigin spawner escapement estimates based on counts of redds and spawners in the mainstem South Fork and tributaries through September 30 each year, excluding the proportion of redds that carcass recoveries indicated were from known hatchery strays. These estimates are based on DNA & otolith analyses from the Lummi Tribe. Wild fish from other stocks are not included (e.g., S. F. Nooksack or nonlocal fallrun).SCoRE
1016South Fork Nooksack Chinook2Chinook200744.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedIndex Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawning in the wild.Data are stray NF Nooksack naturalorigin spawner escapement estimates based on counts of redds and spawners in the mainstem South Fork and tributaries through September 30 each year, excluding the proportion of redds that carcass recoveries indicated were from known hatchery strays. These estimates are based on DNA & otolith analyses from the Lummi Tribe. Wild fish from other stocks are not included (e.g., S. F. Nooksack or nonlocal fallrun).SCoRE
1016South Fork Nooksack Chinook2Chinook2008106.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedIndex Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawning in the wild.Data are stray NF Nooksack naturalorigin spawner escapement estimates based on counts of redds and spawners in the mainstem South Fork and tributaries through September 30 each year, excluding the proportion of redds that carcass recoveries indicated were from known hatchery strays. These estimates are based on DNA & otolith analyses from the Lummi Tribe. Wild fish from other stocks are not included (e.g., S. F. Nooksack or nonlocal fallrun).SCoRE
1016South Fork Nooksack Chinook2Chinook200958.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedIndex Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawning in the wild.Data are stray NF Nooksack naturalorigin spawner escapement estimates based on counts of redds and spawners in the mainstem South Fork and tributaries through September 30 each year, excluding the proportion of redds that carcass recoveries indicated were from known hatchery strays. These estimates are based on DNA & otolith analyses from the Lummi Tribe. Wild fish from other stocks are not included (e.g., S. F. Nooksack or nonlocal fallrun).SCoRE
1016South Fork Nooksack Chinook2Chinook201049.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedIndex Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawning in the wild.Data are stray NF Nooksack naturalorigin spawner escapement estimates based on counts of redds and spawners in the mainstem South Fork and tributaries through September 30 each year, excluding the proportion of redds that carcass recoveries indicated were from known hatchery strays. These estimates are based on DNA & otolith analyses from the Lummi Tribe. Wild fish from other stocks are not included (e.g., S. F. Nooksack or nonlocal fallrun).SCoRE
1016South Fork Nooksack Chinook3Chinook1999127.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedIndex Hatchery SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawned in a hatchery.Data are stray chinook of Nooksack/Samish hatchery fall stock ancestry naturally spawning in SF Nooksack and tribs after Oct. 7. These estimates are based on DNA & otolith analyses from the Lummi Tribe. Wild or hatchery fish from other stocks are not included (e.g., S. F. Nooksack or N.F. Nooksack NOS).SCoRE
1016South Fork Nooksack Chinook3Chinook2000132.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedIndex Hatchery SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawned in a hatchery.Data are stray chinook of Nooksack/Samish hatchery fall stock ancestry naturally spawning in SF Nooksack and tribs after Oct. 7. These estimates are based on DNA & otolith analyses from the Lummi Tribe. Wild or hatchery fish from other stocks are not included (e.g., S. F. Nooksack or N.F. Nooksack NOS).SCoRE
1016South Fork Nooksack Chinook3Chinook200165.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedIndex Hatchery SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawned in a hatchery.Data are stray chinook of Nooksack/Samish hatchery fall stock ancestry naturally spawning in SF Nooksack and tribs after Oct. 7. These estimates are based on DNA & otolith analyses from the Lummi Tribe. Wild or hatchery fish from other stocks are not included (e.g., S. F. Nooksack or N.F. Nooksack NOS).SCoRE
1016South Fork Nooksack Chinook3Chinook200298.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedIndex Hatchery SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawned in a hatchery.Data are stray chinook of Nooksack/Samish hatchery fall stock ancestry naturally spawning in SF Nooksack and tribs after Oct. 7. These estimates are based on DNA & otolith analyses from the Lummi Tribe. Wild or hatchery fish from other stocks are not included (e.g., S. F. Nooksack or N.F. Nooksack NOS).SCoRE
1016South Fork Nooksack Chinook3Chinook2003150.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedIndex Hatchery SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawned in a hatchery.Data are stray chinook of Nooksack/Samish hatchery fall stock ancestry naturally spawning in SF Nooksack and tribs after Oct. 7. These estimates are based on DNA & otolith analyses from the Lummi Tribe. Wild or hatchery fish from other stocks are not included (e.g., S. F. Nooksack or N.F. Nooksack NOS).SCoRE
1016South Fork Nooksack Chinook3Chinook200488.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedIndex Hatchery SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawned in a hatchery.Data are stray chinook of Nooksack/Samish hatchery fall stock ancestry naturally spawning in SF Nooksack and tribs after Oct. 7. These estimates are based on DNA & otolith analyses from the Lummi Tribe. Wild or hatchery fish from other stocks are not included (e.g., S. F. Nooksack or N.F. Nooksack NOS).SCoRE
1016South Fork Nooksack Chinook3Chinook200556.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedIndex Hatchery SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawned in a hatchery.Data are stray chinook of Nooksack/Samish hatchery fall stock ancestry naturally spawning in SF Nooksack and tribs after Oct. 7. These estimates are based on DNA & otolith analyses from the Lummi Tribe. Wild or hatchery fish from other stocks are not included (e.g., S. F. Nooksack or N.F. Nooksack NOS).SCoRE
1016South Fork Nooksack Chinook3Chinook2006192.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedIndex Hatchery SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawned in a hatchery.Data are stray chinook of Nooksack/Samish hatchery fall stock ancestry naturally spawning in SF Nooksack and tribs after Oct. 7. These estimates are based on DNA & otolith analyses from the Lummi Tribe. Wild or hatchery fish from other stocks are not included (e.g., S. F. Nooksack or N.F. Nooksack NOS).SCoRE
1016South Fork Nooksack Chinook3Chinook2007128.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedIndex Hatchery SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawned in a hatchery.Data are stray chinook of Nooksack/Samish hatchery fall stock ancestry naturally spawning in SF Nooksack and tribs after Oct. 7. These estimates are based on DNA & otolith analyses from the Lummi Tribe. Wild or hatchery fish from other stocks are not included (e.g., S. F. Nooksack or N.F. Nooksack NOS).SCoRE
1016South Fork Nooksack Chinook3Chinook2008126.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedIndex Hatchery SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawned in a hatchery.Data are stray chinook of Nooksack/Samish hatchery fall stock ancestry naturally spawning in SF Nooksack and tribs after Oct. 7. These estimates are based on DNA & otolith analyses from the Lummi Tribe. Wild or hatchery fish from other stocks are not included (e.g., S. F. Nooksack or N.F. Nooksack NOS).SCoRE
1016South Fork Nooksack Chinook3Chinook2009187.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedIndex Hatchery SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawned in a hatchery.Data are stray chinook of Nooksack/Samish hatchery fall stock ancestry naturally spawning in SF Nooksack and tribs after Oct. 7. These estimates are based on DNA & otolith analyses from the Lummi Tribe. Wild or hatchery fish from other stocks are not included (e.g., S. F. Nooksack or N.F. Nooksack NOS).SCoRE
1016South Fork Nooksack Chinook3Chinook2010122.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedIndex Hatchery SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawned in a hatchery.Data are stray chinook of Nooksack/Samish hatchery fall stock ancestry naturally spawning in SF Nooksack and tribs after Oct. 7. These estimates are based on DNA & otolith analyses from the Lummi Tribe. Wild or hatchery fish from other stocks are not included (e.g., S. F. Nooksack or N.F. Nooksack NOS).SCoRE
1016South Fork Nooksack Chinook4Chinook199939.0Spawner FishUnknownExpandedUnknown MethodologyInsufficient information to apply a descriptive title.Data are spawner fish of unknown origin. DNA & otolith analyses were unable to determine the origin of the fish.SCoRE
1016South Fork Nooksack Chinook4Chinook200014.0Spawner FishUnknownExpandedUnknown MethodologyInsufficient information to apply a descriptive title.Data are spawner fish of unknown origin. DNA & otolith analyses were unable to determine the origin of the fish.SCoRE
1016South Fork Nooksack Chinook4Chinook20017.0Spawner FishUnknownExpandedUnknown MethodologyInsufficient information to apply a descriptive title.Data are spawner fish of unknown origin. DNA & otolith analyses were unable to determine the origin of the fish.SCoRE
1016South Fork Nooksack Chinook4Chinook200248.0Spawner FishUnknownExpandedUnknown MethodologyInsufficient information to apply a descriptive title.Data are spawner fish of unknown origin. DNA & otolith analyses were unable to determine the origin of the fish.SCoRE
1016South Fork Nooksack Chinook4Chinook2003141.0Spawner FishUnknownExpandedUnknown MethodologyInsufficient information to apply a descriptive title.Data are spawner fish of unknown origin. DNA & otolith analyses were unable to determine the origin of the fish.SCoRE
1016South Fork Nooksack Chinook4Chinook200410.0Spawner FishUnknownExpandedUnknown MethodologyInsufficient information to apply a descriptive title.Data are spawner fish of unknown origin. DNA & otolith analyses were unable to determine the origin of the fish.SCoRE
1016South Fork Nooksack Chinook4Chinook200567.0Spawner FishUnknownExpandedUnknown MethodologyInsufficient information to apply a descriptive title.Data are spawner fish of unknown origin. DNA & otolith analyses were unable to determine the origin of the fish.SCoRE
1016South Fork Nooksack Chinook4Chinook200673.0Spawner FishUnknownExpandedUnknown MethodologyInsufficient information to apply a descriptive title.Data are spawner fish of unknown origin. DNA & otolith analyses were unable to determine the origin of the fish.SCoRE
1016South Fork Nooksack Chinook4Chinook200710.0Spawner FishUnknownExpandedUnknown MethodologyInsufficient information to apply a descriptive title.Data are spawner fish of unknown origin. DNA & otolith analyses were unable to determine the origin of the fish.SCoRE
1016South Fork Nooksack Chinook4Chinook200819.0Spawner FishUnknownExpandedUnknown MethodologyInsufficient information to apply a descriptive title.Data are spawner fish of unknown origin. DNA & otolith analyses were unable to determine the origin of the fish.SCoRE
1016South Fork Nooksack Chinook4Chinook200935.0Spawner FishUnknownExpandedUnknown MethodologyInsufficient information to apply a descriptive title.Data are spawner fish of unknown origin. DNA & otolith analyses were unable to determine the origin of the fish.SCoRE
1016South Fork Nooksack Chinook4Chinook201054.0Spawner FishUnknownExpandedUnknown MethodologyInsufficient information to apply a descriptive title.Data are spawner fish of unknown origin. DNA & otolith analyses were unable to determine the origin of the fish.SCoRE
1016South Fork Nooksack Chinook5Chinook199990.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedIndex Hatchery SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawned in a hatchery.Data are stray NF Nooksack ancestry hatchery fish naturally spawning in SF Nooksack and tribs. These are North Fork Nooksack spring Chinook strays from a WDFW hatchery supplementation (recovery) program. These estimates are based on DNA & otolith analyses from the Lummi Tribe. Wild or hatchery fish from other stocks are not included (e.g., S. F. Nooksack or N.F. Nooksack NOS).SCoRE
1016South Fork Nooksack Chinook5Chinook200074.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedIndex Hatchery SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawned in a hatchery.Data are stray NF Nooksack ancestry hatchery fish naturally spawning in SF Nooksack and tribs. These are North Fork Nooksack spring Chinook strays from a WDFW hatchery supplementation (recovery) program. These estimates are based on DNA & otolith analyses from the Lummi Tribe. Wild or hatchery fish from other stocks are not included (e.g., S. F. Nooksack or N.F. Nooksack NOS).SCoRE
1016South Fork Nooksack Chinook5Chinook2001138.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedIndex Hatchery SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawned in a hatchery.Data are stray NF Nooksack ancestry hatchery fish naturally spawning in SF Nooksack and tribs. These are North Fork Nooksack spring Chinook strays from a WDFW hatchery supplementation (recovery) program. These estimates are based on DNA & otolith analyses from the Lummi Tribe. Wild or hatchery fish from other stocks are not included (e.g., S. F. Nooksack or N.F. Nooksack NOS).SCoRE
1016South Fork Nooksack Chinook5Chinook2002289.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedIndex Hatchery SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawned in a hatchery.Data are stray NF Nooksack ancestry hatchery fish naturally spawning in SF Nooksack and tribs. These are North Fork Nooksack spring Chinook strays from a WDFW hatchery supplementation (recovery) program. These estimates are based on DNA & otolith analyses from the Lummi Tribe. Wild or hatchery fish from other stocks are not included (e.g., S. F. Nooksack or N.F. Nooksack NOS).SCoRE
1016South Fork Nooksack Chinook5Chinook2003210.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedIndex Hatchery SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawned in a hatchery.Data are stray NF Nooksack ancestry hatchery fish naturally spawning in SF Nooksack and tribs. These are North Fork Nooksack spring Chinook strays from a WDFW hatchery supplementation (recovery) program. These estimates are based on DNA & otolith analyses from the Lummi Tribe. Wild or hatchery fish from other stocks are not included (e.g., S. F. Nooksack or N.F. Nooksack NOS).SCoRE
1016South Fork Nooksack Chinook5Chinook200414.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedIndex Hatchery SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawned in a hatchery.Data are stray NF Nooksack ancestry hatchery fish naturally spawning in SF Nooksack and tribs. These are North Fork Nooksack spring Chinook strays from a WDFW hatchery supplementation (recovery) program. These estimates are based on DNA & otolith analyses from the Lummi Tribe. Wild or hatchery fish from other stocks are not included (e.g., S. F. Nooksack or N.F. Nooksack NOS).SCoRE
1016South Fork Nooksack Chinook5Chinook200532.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedIndex Hatchery SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawned in a hatchery.Data are stray NF Nooksack ancestry hatchery fish naturally spawning in SF Nooksack and tribs. These are North Fork Nooksack spring Chinook strays from a WDFW hatchery supplementation (recovery) program. These estimates are based on DNA & otolith analyses from the Lummi Tribe. Wild or hatchery fish from other stocks are not included (e.g., S. F. Nooksack or N.F. Nooksack NOS).SCoRE
1016South Fork Nooksack Chinook5Chinook200684.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedIndex Hatchery SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawned in a hatchery.Data are stray NF Nooksack ancestry hatchery fish naturally spawning in SF Nooksack and tribs. These are North Fork Nooksack spring Chinook strays from a WDFW hatchery supplementation (recovery) program. These estimates are based on DNA & otolith analyses from the Lummi Tribe. Wild or hatchery fish from other stocks are not included (e.g., S. F. Nooksack or N.F. Nooksack NOS).SCoRE
1016South Fork Nooksack Chinook5Chinook2007112.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedIndex Hatchery SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawned in a hatchery.Data are stray NF Nooksack ancestry hatchery fish naturally spawning in SF Nooksack and tribs. These are North Fork Nooksack spring Chinook strays from a WDFW hatchery supplementation (recovery) program. These estimates are based on DNA & otolith analyses from the Lummi Tribe. Wild or hatchery fish from other stocks are not included (e.g., S. F. Nooksack or N.F. Nooksack NOS).SCoRE
1016South Fork Nooksack Chinook5Chinook2008109.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedIndex Hatchery SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawned in a hatchery.Data are stray NF Nooksack ancestry hatchery fish naturally spawning in SF Nooksack and tribs. These are North Fork Nooksack spring Chinook strays from a WDFW hatchery supplementation (recovery) program. These estimates are based on DNA & otolith analyses from the Lummi Tribe. Wild or hatchery fish from other stocks are not included (e.g., S. F. Nooksack or N.F. Nooksack NOS).SCoRE
1016South Fork Nooksack Chinook5Chinook2009128.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedIndex Hatchery SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawned in a hatchery.Data are stray NF Nooksack ancestry hatchery fish naturally spawning in SF Nooksack and tribs. These are North Fork Nooksack spring Chinook strays from a WDFW hatchery supplementation (recovery) program. These estimates are based on DNA & otolith analyses from the Lummi Tribe. Wild or hatchery fish from other stocks are not included (e.g., S. F. Nooksack or N.F. Nooksack NOS).SCoRE
1016South Fork Nooksack Chinook5Chinook2010299.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedIndex Hatchery SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawned in a hatchery.Data are stray NF Nooksack ancestry hatchery fish naturally spawning in SF Nooksack and tribs. These are North Fork Nooksack spring Chinook strays from a WDFW hatchery supplementation (recovery) program. These estimates are based on DNA & otolith analyses from the Lummi Tribe. Wild or hatchery fish from other stocks are not included (e.g., S. F. Nooksack or N.F. Nooksack NOS).SCoRE
1016South Fork Nooksack Chinook6Chinook1984188.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total natural and hatchery origin spawner escapement estimates based on counts of redds and spawners in the mainstem South Fork and tributaries through September 30 each year. These counts may include wild or hatchery, nonSF Nooksack stock fish. From 1984 to 1998 information was not available on what proportion of total spawners was actual SF Nooksack stock.SCoRE
1016South Fork Nooksack Chinook6Chinook1985445.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total natural and hatchery origin spawner escapement estimates based on counts of redds and spawners in the mainstem South Fork and tributaries through September 30 each year. These counts may include wild or hatchery, nonSF Nooksack stock fish. From 1984 to 1998 information was not available on what proportion of total spawners was actual SF Nooksack stock.SCoRE
1016South Fork Nooksack Chinook6Chinook1986170.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total natural and hatchery origin spawner escapement estimates based on counts of redds and spawners in the mainstem South Fork and tributaries through September 30 each year. These counts may include wild or hatchery, nonSF Nooksack stock fish. From 1984 to 1998 information was not available on what proportion of total spawners was actual SF Nooksack stock.SCoRE
1016South Fork Nooksack Chinook6Chinook1987248.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total natural and hatchery origin spawner escapement estimates based on counts of redds and spawners in the mainstem South Fork and tributaries through September 30 each year. These counts may include wild or hatchery, nonSF Nooksack stock fish. From 1984 to 1998 information was not available on what proportion of total spawners was actual SF Nooksack stock.SCoRE
1016South Fork Nooksack Chinook6Chinook1988233.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total natural and hatchery origin spawner escapement estimates based on counts of redds and spawners in the mainstem South Fork and tributaries through September 30 each year. These counts may include wild or hatchery, nonSF Nooksack stock fish. From 1984 to 1998 information was not available on what proportion of total spawners was actual SF Nooksack stock.SCoRE
1016South Fork Nooksack Chinook6Chinook1989606.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total natural and hatchery origin spawner escapement estimates based on counts of redds and spawners in the mainstem South Fork and tributaries through September 30 each year. These counts may include wild or hatchery, nonSF Nooksack stock fish. From 1984 to 1998 information was not available on what proportion of total spawners was actual SF Nooksack stock.SCoRE
1016South Fork Nooksack Chinook6Chinook1990142.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total natural and hatchery origin spawner escapement estimates based on counts of redds and spawners in the mainstem South Fork and tributaries through September 30 each year. These counts may include wild or hatchery, nonSF Nooksack stock fish. From 1984 to 1998 information was not available on what proportion of total spawners was actual SF Nooksack stock.SCoRE
1016South Fork Nooksack Chinook6Chinook1991365.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total natural and hatchery origin spawner escapement estimates based on counts of redds and spawners in the mainstem South Fork and tributaries through September 30 each year. These counts may include wild or hatchery, nonSF Nooksack stock fish. From 1984 to 1998 information was not available on what proportion of total spawners was actual SF Nooksack stock.SCoRE
1016South Fork Nooksack Chinook6Chinook1992103.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total natural and hatchery origin spawner escapement estimates based on counts of redds and spawners in the mainstem South Fork and tributaries through September 30 each year. These counts may include wild or hatchery, nonSF Nooksack stock fish. From 1984 to 1998 information was not available on what proportion of total spawners was actual SF Nooksack stock.SCoRE
1016South Fork Nooksack Chinook6Chinook1993235.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total natural and hatchery origin spawner escapement estimates based on counts of redds and spawners in the mainstem South Fork and tributaries through September 30 each year. These counts may include wild or hatchery, nonSF Nooksack stock fish. From 1984 to 1998 information was not available on what proportion of total spawners was actual SF Nooksack stock.SCoRE
1016South Fork Nooksack Chinook6Chinook1994118.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total natural and hatchery origin spawner escapement estimates based on counts of redds and spawners in the mainstem South Fork and tributaries through September 30 each year. These counts may include wild or hatchery, nonSF Nooksack stock fish. From 1984 to 1998 information was not available on what proportion of total spawners was actual SF Nooksack stock.SCoRE
1016South Fork Nooksack Chinook6Chinook1995290.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total natural and hatchery origin spawner escapement estimates based on counts of redds and spawners in the mainstem South Fork and tributaries through September 30 each year. These counts may include wild or hatchery, nonSF Nooksack stock fish. From 1984 to 1998 information was not available on what proportion of total spawners was actual SF Nooksack stock.SCoRE
1016South Fork Nooksack Chinook6Chinook1996203.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total natural and hatchery origin spawner escapement estimates based on counts of redds and spawners in the mainstem South Fork and tributaries through September 30 each year. These counts may include wild or hatchery, nonSF Nooksack stock fish. From 1984 to 1998 information was not available on what proportion of total spawners was actual SF Nooksack stock.SCoRE
1016South Fork Nooksack Chinook6Chinook1997180.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total natural and hatchery origin spawner escapement estimates based on counts of redds and spawners in the mainstem South Fork and tributaries through September 30 each year. These counts may include wild or hatchery, nonSF Nooksack stock fish. From 1984 to 1998 information was not available on what proportion of total spawners was actual SF Nooksack stock.SCoRE
1016South Fork Nooksack Chinook6Chinook1998157.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total natural and hatchery origin spawner escapement estimates based on counts of redds and spawners in the mainstem South Fork and tributaries through September 30 each year. These counts may include wild or hatchery, nonSF Nooksack stock fish. From 1984 to 1998 information was not available on what proportion of total spawners was actual SF Nooksack stock.SCoRE
1032Upper Skagit Chinook1Chinook19748389.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River to Newhalem, the lower Cascade River (RM 0.0 to 6.5); and in Illabot, Diobsud, Bacon, Falls, and Goodell creeks.SCoRE, SOS
1032Upper Skagit Chinook1Chinook19757171.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River to Newhalem, the lower Cascade River (RM 0.0 to 6.5); and in Illabot, Diobsud, Bacon, Falls, and Goodell creeks.SCoRE, SOS
1032Upper Skagit Chinook1Chinook19766760.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River to Newhalem, the lower Cascade River (RM 0.0 to 6.5); and in Illabot, Diobsud, Bacon, Falls, and Goodell creeks.SCoRE, SOS
1032Upper Skagit Chinook1Chinook19775807.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River to Newhalem, the lower Cascade River (RM 0.0 to 6.5); and in Illabot, Diobsud, Bacon, Falls, and Goodell creeks.SCoRE, SOS
1032Upper Skagit Chinook1Chinook19788448.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River to Newhalem, the lower Cascade River (RM 0.0 to 6.5); and in Illabot, Diobsud, Bacon, Falls, and Goodell creeks.SCoRE, SOS
1032Upper Skagit Chinook1Chinook19797841.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River to Newhalem, the lower Cascade River (RM 0.0 to 6.5); and in Illabot, Diobsud, Bacon, Falls, and Goodell creeks.SCoRE, SOS
1032Upper Skagit Chinook1Chinook198012399.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River to Newhalem, the lower Cascade River (RM 0.0 to 6.5); and in Illabot, Diobsud, Bacon, Falls, and Goodell creeks.SCoRE, SOS
1032Upper Skagit Chinook1Chinook19814233.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River to Newhalem, the lower Cascade River (RM 0.0 to 6.5); and in Illabot, Diobsud, Bacon, Falls, and Goodell creeks.SCoRE, SOS
1032Upper Skagit Chinook1Chinook19826845.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River to Newhalem, the lower Cascade River (RM 0.0 to 6.5); and in Illabot, Diobsud, Bacon, Falls, and Goodell creeks.SCoRE, SOS
1032Upper Skagit Chinook1Chinook19835197.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River to Newhalem, the lower Cascade River (RM 0.0 to 6.5); and in Illabot, Diobsud, Bacon, Falls, and Goodell creeks.SCoRE, SOS
1032Upper Skagit Chinook1Chinook19849642.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River to Newhalem, the lower Cascade River (RM 0.0 to 6.5); and in Illabot, Diobsud, Bacon, Falls, and Goodell creeks.SCoRE, SOS
1032Upper Skagit Chinook1Chinook198513801.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River to Newhalem, the lower Cascade River (RM 0.0 to 6.5); and in Illabot, Diobsud, Bacon, Falls, and Goodell creeks.SCoRE, SOS
1032Upper Skagit Chinook1Chinook198612181.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River to Newhalem, the lower Cascade River (RM 0.0 to 6.5); and in Illabot, Diobsud, Bacon, Falls, and Goodell creeks.SCoRE, SOS
1032Upper Skagit Chinook1Chinook19875982.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River to Newhalem, the lower Cascade River (RM 0.0 to 6.5); and in Illabot, Diobsud, Bacon, Falls, and Goodell creeks.SCoRE, SOS
1032Upper Skagit Chinook1Chinook19888077.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River to Newhalem, the lower Cascade River (RM 0.0 to 6.5); and in Illabot, Diobsud, Bacon, Falls, and Goodell creeks.SCoRE, SOS
1032Upper Skagit Chinook1Chinook19894781.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River to Newhalem, the lower Cascade River (RM 0.0 to 6.5); and in Illabot, Diobsud, Bacon, Falls, and Goodell creeks.SCoRE, SOS
1032Upper Skagit Chinook1Chinook199011793.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River to Newhalem, the lower Cascade River (RM 0.0 to 6.5); and in Illabot, Diobsud, Bacon, Falls, and Goodell creeks.SCoRE, SOS
1032Upper Skagit Chinook1Chinook19913656.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River to Newhalem, the lower Cascade River (RM 0.0 to 6.5); and in Illabot, Diobsud, Bacon, Falls, and Goodell creeks.SCoRE, SOS
1032Upper Skagit Chinook1Chinook19925548.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River to Newhalem, the lower Cascade River (RM 0.0 to 6.5); and in Illabot, Diobsud, Bacon, Falls, and Goodell creeks.SCoRE, SOS
1032Upper Skagit Chinook1Chinook19934654.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River to Newhalem, the lower Cascade River (RM 0.0 to 6.5); and in Illabot, Diobsud, Bacon, Falls, and Goodell creeks.SCoRE, SOS
1032Upper Skagit Chinook1Chinook19944565.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River to Newhalem, the lower Cascade River (RM 0.0 to 6.5); and in Illabot, Diobsud, Bacon, Falls, and Goodell creeks.SCoRE, SOS
1032Upper Skagit Chinook1Chinook19955948.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River to Newhalem, the lower Cascade River (RM 0.0 to 6.5); and in Illabot, Diobsud, Bacon, Falls, and Goodell creeks.SCoRE, SOS
1032Upper Skagit Chinook1Chinook19967989.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River to Newhalem, the lower Cascade River (RM 0.0 to 6.5); and in Illabot, Diobsud, Bacon, Falls, and Goodell creeks.SCoRE, SOS
1032Upper Skagit Chinook1Chinook19974168.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River to Newhalem, the lower Cascade River (RM 0.0 to 6.5); and in Illabot, Diobsud, Bacon, Falls, and Goodell creeks.SCoRE, SOS
1032Upper Skagit Chinook1Chinook199811761.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River to Newhalem, the lower Cascade River (RM 0.0 to 6.5); and in Illabot, Diobsud, Bacon, Falls, and Goodell creeks.SCoRE, SOS
1032Upper Skagit Chinook1Chinook19993586.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River to Newhalem, the lower Cascade River (RM 0.0 to 6.5); and in Illabot, Diobsud, Bacon, Falls, and Goodell creeks.SCoRE, SOS
1032Upper Skagit Chinook1Chinook200013092.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River to Newhalem, the lower Cascade River (RM 0.0 to 6.5); and in Illabot, Diobsud, Bacon, Falls, and Goodell creeks.Prelim estimate.SCoRE, SOS
1032Upper Skagit Chinook1Chinook200110084.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River to Newhalem, the lower Cascade River (RM 0.0 to 6.5); and in Illabot, Diobsud, Bacon, Falls, and Goodell creeks.Prelim estimate.SCoRE, SOS
1032Upper Skagit Chinook1Chinook200213815.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River to Newhalem, the lower Cascade River (RM 0.0 to 6.5); and in Illabot, Diobsud, Bacon, Falls, and Goodell creeks.Prelim estimate.SCoRE, SOS
1032Upper Skagit Chinook1Chinook20037123.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River to Newhalem, the lower Cascade River (RM 0.0 to 6.5); and in Illabot, Diobsud, Bacon, Falls, and Goodell creeks.Prelim estimate.SCoRE, SOS
1032Upper Skagit Chinook1Chinook200420040.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River to Newhalem, the lower Cascade River (RM 0.0 to 6.5); and in Illabot, Diobsud, Bacon, Falls, and Goodell creeks.Prelim estimate.SCoRE, SOS
1032Upper Skagit Chinook1Chinook200516608.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River to Newhalem, the lower Cascade River (RM 0.0 to 6.5); and in Illabot, Diobsud, Bacon, Falls, and Goodell creeks.Prelim estimate.SCoRE, SOS
1032Upper Skagit Chinook1Chinook200616165.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River to Newhalem, the lower Cascade River (RM 0.0 to 6.5); and in Illabot, Diobsud, Bacon, Falls, and Goodell creeks.Prelim estimate.SCoRE, SOS
1032Upper Skagit Chinook1Chinook20079845.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River to Newhalem, the lower Cascade River (RM 0.0 to 6.5); and in Illabot, Diobsud, Bacon, Falls, and Goodell creeks.SCoRE, SOS
1032Upper Skagit Chinook1Chinook201510705.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River to Newhalem, the lower Cascade River (RM 0.0 to 6.5); and in Illabot, Diobsud, Bacon, Falls, and Goodell creeks.SCoRE, SOS
1032Upper Skagit Chinook1Chinook20138801.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River to Newhalem, the lower Cascade River (RM 0.0 to 6.5); and in Illabot, Diobsud, Bacon, Falls, and Goodell creeks.SCoRE, SOS
1032Upper Skagit Chinook1Chinook20106644.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River to Newhalem, the lower Cascade River (RM 0.0 to 6.5); and in Illabot, Diobsud, Bacon, Falls, and Goodell creeks.SCoRE, SOS
1032Upper Skagit Chinook1Chinook20114480.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River to Newhalem, the lower Cascade River (RM 0.0 to 6.5); and in Illabot, Diobsud, Bacon, Falls, and Goodell creeks.SCoRE, SOS
1032Upper Skagit Chinook1Chinook20088441.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River to Newhalem, the lower Cascade River (RM 0.0 to 6.5); and in Illabot, Diobsud, Bacon, Falls, and Goodell creeks.SCoRE, SOS
1032Upper Skagit Chinook1Chinook20148308.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River to Newhalem, the lower Cascade River (RM 0.0 to 6.5); and in Illabot, Diobsud, Bacon, Falls, and Goodell creeks.SCoRE, SOS
1032Upper Skagit Chinook1Chinook20095290.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River to Newhalem, the lower Cascade River (RM 0.0 to 6.5); and in Illabot, Diobsud, Bacon, Falls, and Goodell creeks.SCoRE, SOS
1032Upper Skagit Chinook1Chinook20129808.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River to Newhalem, the lower Cascade River (RM 0.0 to 6.5); and in Illabot, Diobsud, Bacon, Falls, and Goodell creeks.SCoRE, SOS
1040Lower Skagit Chinook1Chinook20053320.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mainstem Skagit between the town of Sedro Woolley and the mouth of the Sauk River and in Lower Skagit tribs including Finney, Day, Pressentin, Alder, Jones, Jackman, Grandy, and East Fork Nookachamps Creeks.SCoRE, SOS
1040Lower Skagit Chinook1Chinook20063508.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mainstem Skagit between the town of Sedro Woolley and the mouth of the Sauk River and in Lower Skagit tribs including Finney, Day, Pressentin, Alder, Jones, Jackman, Grandy, and East Fork Nookachamps Creeks.SCoRE, SOS
1040Lower Skagit Chinook1Chinook19743116.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mainstem Skagit between the town of Sedro Woolley and the mouth of the Sauk River and in Lower Skagit tribs including Finney, Day, Pressentin, Alder, Jones, Jackman, Grandy, and East Fork Nookachamps Creeks.SCoRE, SOS
1040Lower Skagit Chinook1Chinook19753185.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mainstem Skagit between the town of Sedro Woolley and the mouth of the Sauk River and in Lower Skagit tribs including Finney, Day, Pressentin, Alder, Jones, Jackman, Grandy, and East Fork Nookachamps Creeks.SCoRE, SOS
1040Lower Skagit Chinook1Chinook19765590.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mainstem Skagit between the town of Sedro Woolley and the mouth of the Sauk River and in Lower Skagit tribs including Finney, Day, Pressentin, Alder, Jones, Jackman, Grandy, and East Fork Nookachamps Creeks.SCoRE, SOS
1040Lower Skagit Chinook1Chinook19772485.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mainstem Skagit between the town of Sedro Woolley and the mouth of the Sauk River and in Lower Skagit tribs including Finney, Day, Pressentin, Alder, Jones, Jackman, Grandy, and East Fork Nookachamps Creeks.SCoRE, SOS
1040Lower Skagit Chinook1Chinook19782987.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mainstem Skagit between the town of Sedro Woolley and the mouth of the Sauk River and in Lower Skagit tribs including Finney, Day, Pressentin, Alder, Jones, Jackman, Grandy, and East Fork Nookachamps Creeks.SCoRE, SOS
1040Lower Skagit Chinook1Chinook19793829.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mainstem Skagit between the town of Sedro Woolley and the mouth of the Sauk River and in Lower Skagit tribs including Finney, Day, Pressentin, Alder, Jones, Jackman, Grandy, and East Fork Nookachamps Creeks.SCoRE, SOS
1040Lower Skagit Chinook1Chinook19804921.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mainstem Skagit between the town of Sedro Woolley and the mouth of the Sauk River and in Lower Skagit tribs including Finney, Day, Pressentin, Alder, Jones, Jackman, Grandy, and East Fork Nookachamps Creeks.SCoRE, SOS
1040Lower Skagit Chinook1Chinook19812348.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mainstem Skagit between the town of Sedro Woolley and the mouth of the Sauk River and in Lower Skagit tribs including Finney, Day, Pressentin, Alder, Jones, Jackman, Grandy, and East Fork Nookachamps Creeks.SCoRE, SOS
1040Lower Skagit Chinook1Chinook19821932.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mainstem Skagit between the town of Sedro Woolley and the mouth of the Sauk River and in Lower Skagit tribs including Finney, Day, Pressentin, Alder, Jones, Jackman, Grandy, and East Fork Nookachamps Creeks.SCoRE, SOS
1040Lower Skagit Chinook1Chinook19833151.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mainstem Skagit between the town of Sedro Woolley and the mouth of the Sauk River and in Lower Skagit tribs including Finney, Day, Pressentin, Alder, Jones, Jackman, Grandy, and East Fork Nookachamps Creeks.SCoRE, SOS
1040Lower Skagit Chinook1Chinook19842306.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mainstem Skagit between the town of Sedro Woolley and the mouth of the Sauk River and in Lower Skagit tribs including Finney, Day, Pressentin, Alder, Jones, Jackman, Grandy, and East Fork Nookachamps Creeks.SCoRE, SOS
1040Lower Skagit Chinook1Chinook19851686.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mainstem Skagit between the town of Sedro Woolley and the mouth of the Sauk River and in Lower Skagit tribs including Finney, Day, Pressentin, Alder, Jones, Jackman, Grandy, and East Fork Nookachamps Creeks.SCoRE, SOS
1040Lower Skagit Chinook1Chinook19864584.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mainstem Skagit between the town of Sedro Woolley and the mouth of the Sauk River and in Lower Skagit tribs including Finney, Day, Pressentin, Alder, Jones, Jackman, Grandy, and East Fork Nookachamps Creeks.SCoRE, SOS
1040Lower Skagit Chinook1Chinook19872635.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mainstem Skagit between the town of Sedro Woolley and the mouth of the Sauk River and in Lower Skagit tribs including Finney, Day, Pressentin, Alder, Jones, Jackman, Grandy, and East Fork Nookachamps Creeks.SCoRE, SOS
1040Lower Skagit Chinook1Chinook19882339.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mainstem Skagit between the town of Sedro Woolley and the mouth of the Sauk River and in Lower Skagit tribs including Finney, Day, Pressentin, Alder, Jones, Jackman, Grandy, and East Fork Nookachamps Creeks.SCoRE, SOS
1040Lower Skagit Chinook1Chinook19891454.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mainstem Skagit between the town of Sedro Woolley and the mouth of the Sauk River and in Lower Skagit tribs including Finney, Day, Pressentin, Alder, Jones, Jackman, Grandy, and East Fork Nookachamps Creeks.SCoRE, SOS
1040Lower Skagit Chinook1Chinook19903705.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mainstem Skagit between the town of Sedro Woolley and the mouth of the Sauk River and in Lower Skagit tribs including Finney, Day, Pressentin, Alder, Jones, Jackman, Grandy, and East Fork Nookachamps Creeks.SCoRE, SOS
1040Lower Skagit Chinook1Chinook19911510.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mainstem Skagit between the town of Sedro Woolley and the mouth of the Sauk River and in Lower Skagit tribs including Finney, Day, Pressentin, Alder, Jones, Jackman, Grandy, and East Fork Nookachamps Creeks.SCoRE, SOS
1040Lower Skagit Chinook1Chinook19921331.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mainstem Skagit between the town of Sedro Woolley and the mouth of the Sauk River and in Lower Skagit tribs including Finney, Day, Pressentin, Alder, Jones, Jackman, Grandy, and East Fork Nookachamps Creeks.SCoRE, SOS
1040Lower Skagit Chinook1Chinook1993942.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mainstem Skagit between the town of Sedro Woolley and the mouth of the Sauk River and in Lower Skagit tribs including Finney, Day, Pressentin, Alder, Jones, Jackman, Grandy, and East Fork Nookachamps Creeks.SCoRE, SOS
1040Lower Skagit Chinook1Chinook1994884.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mainstem Skagit between the town of Sedro Woolley and the mouth of the Sauk River and in Lower Skagit tribs including Finney, Day, Pressentin, Alder, Jones, Jackman, Grandy, and East Fork Nookachamps Creeks.SCoRE, SOS
1040Lower Skagit Chinook1Chinook1995666.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mainstem Skagit between the town of Sedro Woolley and the mouth of the Sauk River and in Lower Skagit tribs including Finney, Day, Pressentin, Alder, Jones, Jackman, Grandy, and East Fork Nookachamps Creeks.SCoRE, SOS
1040Lower Skagit Chinook1Chinook19961521.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mainstem Skagit between the town of Sedro Woolley and the mouth of the Sauk River and in Lower Skagit tribs including Finney, Day, Pressentin, Alder, Jones, Jackman, Grandy, and East Fork Nookachamps Creeks.SCoRE, SOS
1040Lower Skagit Chinook1Chinook1997409.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mainstem Skagit between the town of Sedro Woolley and the mouth of the Sauk River and in Lower Skagit tribs including Finney, Day, Pressentin, Alder, Jones, Jackman, Grandy, and East Fork Nookachamps Creeks.SCoRE, SOS
1040Lower Skagit Chinook1Chinook19982388.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mainstem Skagit between the town of Sedro Woolley and the mouth of the Sauk River and in Lower Skagit tribs including Finney, Day, Pressentin, Alder, Jones, Jackman, Grandy, and East Fork Nookachamps Creeks.SCoRE, SOS
1040Lower Skagit Chinook1Chinook19991043.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mainstem Skagit between the town of Sedro Woolley and the mouth of the Sauk River and in Lower Skagit tribs including Finney, Day, Pressentin, Alder, Jones, Jackman, Grandy, and East Fork Nookachamps Creeks.SCoRE, SOS
1040Lower Skagit Chinook1Chinook20003262.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mainstem Skagit between the town of Sedro Woolley and the mouth of the Sauk River and in Lower Skagit tribs including Finney, Day, Pressentin, Alder, Jones, Jackman, Grandy, and East Fork Nookachamps Creeks.SCoRE, SOS
1040Lower Skagit Chinook1Chinook20012606.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mainstem Skagit between the town of Sedro Woolley and the mouth of the Sauk River and in Lower Skagit tribs including Finney, Day, Pressentin, Alder, Jones, Jackman, Grandy, and East Fork Nookachamps Creeks.SCoRE, SOS
1040Lower Skagit Chinook1Chinook20024866.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mainstem Skagit between the town of Sedro Woolley and the mouth of the Sauk River and in Lower Skagit tribs including Finney, Day, Pressentin, Alder, Jones, Jackman, Grandy, and East Fork Nookachamps Creeks.SCoRE, SOS
1040Lower Skagit Chinook1Chinook20031161.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mainstem Skagit between the town of Sedro Woolley and the mouth of the Sauk River and in Lower Skagit tribs including Finney, Day, Pressentin, Alder, Jones, Jackman, Grandy, and East Fork Nookachamps Creeks.Updated from 889 on 1/19/10SCoRE, SOS
1040Lower Skagit Chinook1Chinook20043070.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mainstem Skagit between the town of Sedro Woolley and the mouth of the Sauk River and in Lower Skagit tribs including Finney, Day, Pressentin, Alder, Jones, Jackman, Grandy, and East Fork Nookachamps Creeks.SCoRE, SOS
1040Lower Skagit Chinook1Chinook20101017.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mainstem Skagit between the town of Sedro Woolley and the mouth of the Sauk River and in Lower Skagit tribs including Finney, Day, Pressentin, Alder, Jones, Jackman, Grandy, and East Fork Nookachamps Creeks.SCoRE, SOS
1040Lower Skagit Chinook1Chinook20071053.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mainstem Skagit between the town of Sedro Woolley and the mouth of the Sauk River and in Lower Skagit tribs including Finney, Day, Pressentin, Alder, Jones, Jackman, Grandy, and East Fork Nookachamps Creeks.SCoRE, SOS
1040Lower Skagit Chinook1Chinook20131551.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mainstem Skagit between the town of Sedro Woolley and the mouth of the Sauk River and in Lower Skagit tribs including Finney, Day, Pressentin, Alder, Jones, Jackman, Grandy, and East Fork Nookachamps Creeks.SCoRE, SOS
1040Lower Skagit Chinook1Chinook20091439.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mainstem Skagit between the town of Sedro Woolley and the mouth of the Sauk River and in Lower Skagit tribs including Finney, Day, Pressentin, Alder, Jones, Jackman, Grandy, and East Fork Nookachamps Creeks.SCoRE, SOS
1040Lower Skagit Chinook1Chinook20152203.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mainstem Skagit between the town of Sedro Woolley and the mouth of the Sauk River and in Lower Skagit tribs including Finney, Day, Pressentin, Alder, Jones, Jackman, Grandy, and East Fork Nookachamps Creeks.SCoRE, SOS
1040Lower Skagit Chinook1Chinook20123295.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mainstem Skagit between the town of Sedro Woolley and the mouth of the Sauk River and in Lower Skagit tribs including Finney, Day, Pressentin, Alder, Jones, Jackman, Grandy, and East Fork Nookachamps Creeks.SCoRE, SOS
1040Lower Skagit Chinook1Chinook20141785.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mainstem Skagit between the town of Sedro Woolley and the mouth of the Sauk River and in Lower Skagit tribs including Finney, Day, Pressentin, Alder, Jones, Jackman, Grandy, and East Fork Nookachamps Creeks.SCoRE, SOS
1040Lower Skagit Chinook1Chinook20082685.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mainstem Skagit between the town of Sedro Woolley and the mouth of the Sauk River and in Lower Skagit tribs including Finney, Day, Pressentin, Alder, Jones, Jackman, Grandy, and East Fork Nookachamps Creeks.SCoRE, SOS
1040Lower Skagit Chinook1Chinook2011820.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mainstem Skagit between the town of Sedro Woolley and the mouth of the Sauk River and in Lower Skagit tribs including Finney, Day, Pressentin, Alder, Jones, Jackman, Grandy, and East Fork Nookachamps Creeks.SCoRE, SOS
1048Lower Sauk Chinook1Chinook19741082.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River upstream to the start of the high gradient reach at approximately rm 29, and include Dan Creek.SCoRE, SOS
1048Lower Sauk Chinook1Chinook1975964.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River upstream to the start of the high gradient reach at approximately rm 29, and include Dan Creek.SCoRE, SOS
1048Lower Sauk Chinook1Chinook19761770.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River upstream to the start of the high gradient reach at approximately rm 29, and include Dan Creek.SCoRE, SOS
1048Lower Sauk Chinook1Chinook1977926.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River upstream to the start of the high gradient reach at approximately rm 29, and include Dan Creek.SCoRE, SOS
1048Lower Sauk Chinook1Chinook19781640.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River upstream to the start of the high gradient reach at approximately rm 29, and include Dan Creek.SCoRE, SOS
1048Lower Sauk Chinook1Chinook19791636.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River upstream to the start of the high gradient reach at approximately rm 29, and include Dan Creek.SCoRE, SOS
1048Lower Sauk Chinook1Chinook19802738.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River upstream to the start of the high gradient reach at approximately rm 29, and include Dan Creek.SCoRE, SOS
1048Lower Sauk Chinook1Chinook19811702.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River upstream to the start of the high gradient reach at approximately rm 29, and include Dan Creek.SCoRE, SOS
1048Lower Sauk Chinook1Chinook19821133.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River upstream to the start of the high gradient reach at approximately rm 29, and include Dan Creek.SCoRE, SOS
1048Lower Sauk Chinook1Chinook1983375.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River upstream to the start of the high gradient reach at approximately rm 29, and include Dan Creek.SCoRE, SOS
1048Lower Sauk Chinook1Chinook1984680.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River upstream to the start of the high gradient reach at approximately rm 29, and include Dan Creek.SCoRE, SOS
1048Lower Sauk Chinook1Chinook1985515.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River upstream to the start of the high gradient reach at approximately rm 29, and include Dan Creek.SCoRE, SOS
1048Lower Sauk Chinook1Chinook19861143.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River upstream to the start of the high gradient reach at approximately rm 29, and include Dan Creek.SCoRE, SOS
1048Lower Sauk Chinook1Chinook1987792.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River upstream to the start of the high gradient reach at approximately rm 29, and include Dan Creek.SCoRE, SOS
1048Lower Sauk Chinook1Chinook19881052.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River upstream to the start of the high gradient reach at approximately rm 29, and include Dan Creek.SCoRE, SOS
1048Lower Sauk Chinook1Chinook1989449.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River upstream to the start of the high gradient reach at approximately rm 29, and include Dan Creek.SCoRE, SOS
1048Lower Sauk Chinook1Chinook19901294.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River upstream to the start of the high gradient reach at approximately rm 29, and include Dan Creek.SCoRE, SOS
1048Lower Sauk Chinook1Chinook1991658.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River upstream to the start of the high gradient reach at approximately rm 29, and include Dan Creek.SCoRE, SOS
1048Lower Sauk Chinook1Chinook1992469.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River upstream to the start of the high gradient reach at approximately rm 29, and include Dan Creek.SCoRE, SOS
1048Lower Sauk Chinook1Chinook1993205.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River upstream to the start of the high gradient reach at approximately rm 29, and include Dan Creek.SCoRE, SOS
1048Lower Sauk Chinook1Chinook1994112.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River upstream to the start of the high gradient reach at approximately rm 29, and include Dan Creek.SCoRE, SOS
1048Lower Sauk Chinook1Chinook1995278.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River upstream to the start of the high gradient reach at approximately rm 29, and include Dan Creek.SCoRE, SOS
1048Lower Sauk Chinook1Chinook19961103.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River upstream to the start of the high gradient reach at approximately rm 29, and include Dan Creek.SCoRE, SOS
1048Lower Sauk Chinook1Chinook1997295.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River upstream to the start of the high gradient reach at approximately rm 29, and include Dan Creek.SCoRE, SOS
1048Lower Sauk Chinook1Chinook1998460.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River upstream to the start of the high gradient reach at approximately rm 29, and include Dan Creek.SCoRE, SOS
1048Lower Sauk Chinook1Chinook1999295.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River upstream to the start of the high gradient reach at approximately rm 29, and include Dan Creek.SCoRE, SOS
1048Lower Sauk Chinook1Chinook2000576.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River upstream to the start of the high gradient reach at approximately rm 29, and include Dan Creek.SCoRE, SOS
1048Lower Sauk Chinook1Chinook20011103.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River upstream to the start of the high gradient reach at approximately rm 29, and include Dan Creek.SCoRE, SOS
1048Lower Sauk Chinook1Chinook2002910.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River upstream to the start of the high gradient reach at approximately rm 29, and include Dan Creek.SCoRE, SOS
1048Lower Sauk Chinook1Chinook20031493.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River upstream to the start of the high gradient reach at approximately rm 29, and include Dan Creek.SCoRE, SOS
1048Lower Sauk Chinook1Chinook2004443.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River upstream to the start of the high gradient reach at approximately rm 29, and include Dan Creek.SCoRE, SOS
1048Lower Sauk Chinook1Chinook2005875.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River upstream to the start of the high gradient reach at approximately rm 29, and include Dan Creek.SCoRE, SOS
1048Lower Sauk Chinook1Chinook20061095.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River upstream to the start of the high gradient reach at approximately rm 29, and include Dan Creek.SCoRE, SOS
1048Lower Sauk Chinook1Chinook2015406.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River upstream to the start of the high gradient reach at approximately rm 29, and include Dan Creek.SCoRE, SOS
1048Lower Sauk Chinook1Chinook2012715.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River upstream to the start of the high gradient reach at approximately rm 29, and include Dan Creek.SCoRE, SOS
1048Lower Sauk Chinook1Chinook2007383.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River upstream to the start of the high gradient reach at approximately rm 29, and include Dan Creek.SCoRE, SOS
1048Lower Sauk Chinook1Chinook2009250.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River upstream to the start of the high gradient reach at approximately rm 29, and include Dan Creek.SCoRE, SOS
1048Lower Sauk Chinook1Chinook2010356.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River upstream to the start of the high gradient reach at approximately rm 29, and include Dan Creek.SCoRE, SOS
1048Lower Sauk Chinook1Chinook2008538.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River upstream to the start of the high gradient reach at approximately rm 29, and include Dan Creek.SCoRE, SOS
1048Lower Sauk Chinook1Chinook2013530.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River upstream to the start of the high gradient reach at approximately rm 29, and include Dan Creek.SCoRE, SOS
1048Lower Sauk Chinook1Chinook2014364.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River upstream to the start of the high gradient reach at approximately rm 29, and include Dan Creek.SCoRE, SOS
1048Lower Sauk Chinook1Chinook2011237.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts from the mouth of the Sauk River upstream to the start of the high gradient reach at approximately rm 29, and include Dan Creek.SCoRE, SOS
1056Upper Sauk Chinook1Chinook1959740.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was developed beginning in 1994.SCoRE
1056Upper Sauk Chinook1Chinook19603345.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was developed beginning in 1994.SCoRE
1056Upper Sauk Chinook1Chinook19613302.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was developed beginning in 1994.SCoRE
1056Upper Sauk Chinook1Chinook19621643.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was developed beginning in 1994.SCoRE
1056Upper Sauk Chinook1Chinook19631249.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was developed beginning in 1994.SCoRE
1056Upper Sauk Chinook1Chinook1964681.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was developed beginning in 1994.SCoRE
1056Upper Sauk Chinook1Chinook19652018.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was developed beginning in 1994.SCoRE
1056Upper Sauk Chinook1Chinook19661366.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was developed beginning in 1994.SCoRE
1056Upper Sauk Chinook1Chinook1967334.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was developed beginning in 1994.SCoRE
1056Upper Sauk Chinook1Chinook1968146.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was developed beginning in 1994.SCoRE
1056Upper Sauk Chinook1Chinook1969978.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was developed beginning in 1994.SCoRE
1056Upper Sauk Chinook1Chinook19701066.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was developed beginning in 1994.SCoRE
1056Upper Sauk Chinook1Chinook1971610.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was developed beginning in 1994.SCoRE
1056Upper Sauk Chinook1Chinook1972150.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was developed beginning in 1994.SCoRE
1056Upper Sauk Chinook1Chinook19731254.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was developed beginning in 1994.SCoRE
1056Upper Sauk Chinook1Chinook1974109.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was developed beginning in 1994.SCoRE
1056Upper Sauk Chinook1Chinook1975301.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was developed beginning in 1994.SCoRE
1056Upper Sauk Chinook1Chinook1976171.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was developed beginning in 1994.SCoRE
1056Upper Sauk Chinook1Chinook1977113.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was developed beginning in 1994.SCoRE
1056Upper Sauk Chinook1Chinook1978405.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was developed beginning in 1994.SCoRE
1056Upper Sauk Chinook1Chinook1979410.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was developed beginning in 1994.SCoRE
1056Upper Sauk Chinook1Chinook1980589.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was developed beginning in 1994.SCoRE
1056Upper Sauk Chinook1Chinook1981393.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was developed beginning in 1994.SCoRE
1056Upper Sauk Chinook1Chinook1982277.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was developed beginning in 1994.SCoRE
1056Upper Sauk Chinook1Chinook1983201.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was developed beginning in 1994.Updated from 202 on 1/19/10SCoRE
1056Upper Sauk Chinook1Chinook1984238.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was developed beginning in 1994.SCoRE
1056Upper Sauk Chinook1Chinook19851818.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was developed beginning in 1994.Updated from 1819 on 1/19/10SCoRE
1056Upper Sauk Chinook1Chinook1986736.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was developed beginning in 1994.SCoRE
1056Upper Sauk Chinook1Chinook1987815.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was developed beginning in 1994.SCoRE
1056Upper Sauk Chinook1Chinook1988869.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was developed beginning in 1994.Updated from 870 on 1/19/10SCoRE
1056Upper Sauk Chinook1Chinook1989669.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was developed beginning in 1994.Updated from 668 on 1/19/10SCoRE
1056Upper Sauk Chinook1Chinook1990556.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was developed beginning in 1994.Updated from 557 on 1/19/10SCoRE
1056Upper Sauk Chinook1Chinook1991748.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was developed beginning in 1994.Updated from 747 on 1/19/10SCoRE
1056Upper Sauk Chinook1Chinook1992581.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was developed beginning in 1994.Updated from 580 on 1/19/10SCoRE
1056Upper Sauk Chinook1Chinook1993322.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was developed beginning in 1994.Updated from 323 on 1/19/10SCoRE
1056Upper Sauk Chinook2Chinook1994130.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in the mainstem Skagit River from RM 31.0 up to the forks (RM 21.2 to 39.7), in the North Fork Sauk from the mouth upstream to the falls and in the South Fork Sauk from the mouth to about RM 2.5. Expanded cumulative redd counts are thought to represent the total spawner population better than peak live plus dead counts which were used prior to 1994 (Pete Castle, WDFW, personal communication). The new estimates are not comparable to the estimates in the 1992 SASSI.SCoRE, SOS
1056Upper Sauk Chinook2Chinook1995190.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in the mainstem Skagit River from RM 31.0 up to the forks (RM 21.2 to 39.7), in the North Fork Sauk from the mouth upstream to the falls and in the South Fork Sauk from the mouth to about RM 2.5. Expanded cumulative redd counts are thought to represent the total spawner population better than peak live plus dead counts which were used prior to 1994 (Pete Castle, WDFW, personal communication). The new estimates are not comparable to the estimates in the 1992 SASSI.SCoRE, SOS
1056Upper Sauk Chinook2Chinook1996408.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in the mainstem Skagit River from RM 31.0 up to the forks (RM 21.2 to 39.7), in the North Fork Sauk from the mouth upstream to the falls and in the South Fork Sauk from the mouth to about RM 2.5. Expanded cumulative redd counts are thought to represent the total spawner population better than peak live plus dead counts which were used prior to 1994 (Pete Castle, WDFW, personal communication). The new estimates are not comparable to the estimates in the 1992 SASSI.SCoRE, SOS
1056Upper Sauk Chinook2Chinook1997305.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in the mainstem Skagit River from RM 31.0 up to the forks (RM 21.2 to 39.7), in the North Fork Sauk from the mouth upstream to the falls and in the South Fork Sauk from the mouth to about RM 2.5. Expanded cumulative redd counts are thought to represent the total spawner population better than peak live plus dead counts which were used prior to 1994 (Pete Castle, WDFW, personal communication). The new estimates are not comparable to the estimates in the 1992 SASSI.SCoRE, SOS
1056Upper Sauk Chinook2Chinook1998290.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in the mainstem Skagit River from RM 31.0 up to the forks (RM 21.2 to 39.7), in the North Fork Sauk from the mouth upstream to the falls and in the South Fork Sauk from the mouth to about RM 2.5. Expanded cumulative redd counts are thought to represent the total spawner population better than peak live plus dead counts which were used prior to 1994 (Pete Castle, WDFW, personal communication). The new estimates are not comparable to the estimates in the 1992 SASSI.SCoRE, SOS
1056Upper Sauk Chinook2Chinook1999180.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in the mainstem Skagit River from RM 31.0 up to the forks (RM 21.2 to 39.7), in the North Fork Sauk from the mouth upstream to the falls and in the South Fork Sauk from the mouth to about RM 2.5. Expanded cumulative redd counts are thought to represent the total spawner population better than peak live plus dead counts which were used prior to 1994 (Pete Castle, WDFW, personal communication). The new estimates are not comparable to the estimates in the 1992 SASSI.SCoRE, SOS
1056Upper Sauk Chinook2Chinook2000388.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in the mainstem Skagit River from RM 31.0 up to the forks (RM 21.2 to 39.7), in the North Fork Sauk from the mouth upstream to the falls and in the South Fork Sauk from the mouth to about RM 2.5. Expanded cumulative redd counts are thought to represent the total spawner population better than peak live plus dead counts which were used prior to 1994 (Pete Castle, WDFW, personal communication). The new estimates are not comparable to the estimates in the 1992 SASSI.SCoRE, SOS
1056Upper Sauk Chinook2Chinook2001543.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in the mainstem Skagit River from RM 31.0 up to the forks (RM 21.2 to 39.7), in the North Fork Sauk from the mouth upstream to the falls and in the South Fork Sauk from the mouth to about RM 2.5. Expanded cumulative redd counts are thought to represent the total spawner population better than peak live plus dead counts which were used prior to 1994 (Pete Castle, WDFW, personal communication). The new estimates are not comparable to the estimates in the 1992 SASSI.SCoRE, SOS
1056Upper Sauk Chinook2Chinook2002460.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in the mainstem Skagit River from RM 31.0 up to the forks (RM 21.2 to 39.7), in the North Fork Sauk from the mouth upstream to the falls and in the South Fork Sauk from the mouth to about RM 2.5. Expanded cumulative redd counts are thought to represent the total spawner population better than peak live plus dead counts which were used prior to 1994 (Pete Castle, WDFW, personal communication). The new estimates are not comparable to the estimates in the 1992 SASSI.SCoRE, SOS
1056Upper Sauk Chinook2Chinook2003193.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in the mainstem Skagit River from RM 31.0 up to the forks (RM 21.2 to 39.7), in the North Fork Sauk from the mouth upstream to the falls and in the South Fork Sauk from the mouth to about RM 2.5. Expanded cumulative redd counts are thought to represent the total spawner population better than peak live plus dead counts which were used prior to 1994 (Pete Castle, WDFW, personal communication). The new estimates are not comparable to the estimates in the 1992 SASSI.Updated from 193 on 1/19/10SCoRE, SOS
1056Upper Sauk Chinook2Chinook2004700.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in the mainstem Skagit River from RM 31.0 up to the forks (RM 21.2 to 39.7), in the North Fork Sauk from the mouth upstream to the falls and in the South Fork Sauk from the mouth to about RM 2.5. Expanded cumulative redd counts are thought to represent the total spawner population better than peak live plus dead counts which were used prior to 1994 (Pete Castle, WDFW, personal communication). The new estimates are not comparable to the estimates in the 1992 SASSI.SCoRE, SOS
1056Upper Sauk Chinook2Chinook2005308.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in the mainstem Skagit River from RM 31.0 up to the forks (RM 21.2 to 39.7), in the North Fork Sauk from the mouth upstream to the falls and in the South Fork Sauk from the mouth to about RM 2.5. Expanded cumulative redd counts are thought to represent the total spawner population better than peak live plus dead counts which were used prior to 1994 (Pete Castle, WDFW, personal communication). The new estimates are not comparable to the estimates in the 1992 SASSI.SCoRE, SOS
1056Upper Sauk Chinook2Chinook20061043.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in the mainstem Skagit River from RM 31.0 up to the forks (RM 21.2 to 39.7), in the North Fork Sauk from the mouth upstream to the falls and in the South Fork Sauk from the mouth to about RM 2.5. Expanded cumulative redd counts are thought to represent the total spawner population better than peak live plus dead counts which were used prior to 1994 (Pete Castle, WDFW, personal communication). The new estimates are not comparable to the estimates in the 1992 SASSI.SCoRE, SOS
1056Upper Sauk Chinook2Chinook2007282.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in the mainstem Skagit River from RM 31.0 up to the forks (RM 21.2 to 39.7), in the North Fork Sauk from the mouth upstream to the falls and in the South Fork Sauk from the mouth to about RM 2.5. Expanded cumulative redd counts are thought to represent the total spawner population better than peak live plus dead counts which were used prior to 1994 (Pete Castle, WDFW, personal communication). The new estimates are not comparable to the estimates in the 1992 SASSI.SCoRE, SOS
1056Upper Sauk Chinook2Chinook20121826.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in the mainstem Skagit River from RM 31.0 up to the forks (RM 21.2 to 39.7), in the North Fork Sauk from the mouth upstream to the falls and in the South Fork Sauk from the mouth to about RM 2.5. Expanded cumulative redd counts are thought to represent the total spawner population better than peak live plus dead counts which were used prior to 1994 (Pete Castle, WDFW, personal communication). The new estimates are not comparable to the estimates in the 1992 SASSI.SCoRE, SOS
1056Upper Sauk Chinook2Chinook2009367.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in the mainstem Skagit River from RM 31.0 up to the forks (RM 21.2 to 39.7), in the North Fork Sauk from the mouth upstream to the falls and in the South Fork Sauk from the mouth to about RM 2.5. Expanded cumulative redd counts are thought to represent the total spawner population better than peak live plus dead counts which were used prior to 1994 (Pete Castle, WDFW, personal communication). The new estimates are not comparable to the estimates in the 1992 SASSI.SCoRE, SOS
1056Upper Sauk Chinook2Chinook2011345.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in the mainstem Skagit River from RM 31.0 up to the forks (RM 21.2 to 39.7), in the North Fork Sauk from the mouth upstream to the falls and in the South Fork Sauk from the mouth to about RM 2.5. Expanded cumulative redd counts are thought to represent the total spawner population better than peak live plus dead counts which were used prior to 1994 (Pete Castle, WDFW, personal communication). The new estimates are not comparable to the estimates in the 1992 SASSI.SCoRE, SOS
1056Upper Sauk Chinook2Chinook2014923.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in the mainstem Skagit River from RM 31.0 up to the forks (RM 21.2 to 39.7), in the North Fork Sauk from the mouth upstream to the falls and in the South Fork Sauk from the mouth to about RM 2.5. Expanded cumulative redd counts are thought to represent the total spawner population better than peak live plus dead counts which were used prior to 1994 (Pete Castle, WDFW, personal communication). The new estimates are not comparable to the estimates in the 1992 SASSI.SCoRE, SOS
1056Upper Sauk Chinook2Chinook2008983.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in the mainstem Skagit River from RM 31.0 up to the forks (RM 21.2 to 39.7), in the North Fork Sauk from the mouth upstream to the falls and in the South Fork Sauk from the mouth to about RM 2.5. Expanded cumulative redd counts are thought to represent the total spawner population better than peak live plus dead counts which were used prior to 1994 (Pete Castle, WDFW, personal communication). The new estimates are not comparable to the estimates in the 1992 SASSI.SCoRE, SOS
1056Upper Sauk Chinook2Chinook2010768.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in the mainstem Skagit River from RM 31.0 up to the forks (RM 21.2 to 39.7), in the North Fork Sauk from the mouth upstream to the falls and in the South Fork Sauk from the mouth to about RM 2.5. Expanded cumulative redd counts are thought to represent the total spawner population better than peak live plus dead counts which were used prior to 1994 (Pete Castle, WDFW, personal communication). The new estimates are not comparable to the estimates in the 1992 SASSI.SCoRE, SOS
1056Upper Sauk Chinook2Chinook20131080.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in the mainstem Skagit River from RM 31.0 up to the forks (RM 21.2 to 39.7), in the North Fork Sauk from the mouth upstream to the falls and in the South Fork Sauk from the mouth to about RM 2.5. Expanded cumulative redd counts are thought to represent the total spawner population better than peak live plus dead counts which were used prior to 1994 (Pete Castle, WDFW, personal communication). The new estimates are not comparable to the estimates in the 1992 SASSI.SCoRE, SOS
1056Upper Sauk Chinook2Chinook2015743.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in the mainstem Skagit River from RM 31.0 up to the forks (RM 21.2 to 39.7), in the North Fork Sauk from the mouth upstream to the falls and in the South Fork Sauk from the mouth to about RM 2.5. Expanded cumulative redd counts are thought to represent the total spawner population better than peak live plus dead counts which were used prior to 1994 (Pete Castle, WDFW, personal communication). The new estimates are not comparable to the estimates in the 1992 SASSI.SCoRE, SOS
1064Suiattle Chinook1Chinook19591034.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was applied beginning in 1994.SCoRE
1064Suiattle Chinook1Chinook1960618.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was applied beginning in 1994.SCoRE
1064Suiattle Chinook1Chinook1961924.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was applied beginning in 1994.SCoRE
1064Suiattle Chinook1Chinook19621290.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was applied beginning in 1994.SCoRE
1064Suiattle Chinook1Chinook1963692.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was applied beginning in 1994.SCoRE
1064Suiattle Chinook1Chinook1964255.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was applied beginning in 1994.SCoRE
1064Suiattle Chinook1Chinook19651053.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was applied beginning in 1994.SCoRE
1064Suiattle Chinook1Chinook1966948.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was applied beginning in 1994.SCoRE
1064Suiattle Chinook1Chinook1967818.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was applied beginning in 1994.SCoRE
1064Suiattle Chinook1Chinook1968761.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was applied beginning in 1994.SCoRE
1064Suiattle Chinook1Chinook1969830.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was applied beginning in 1994.SCoRE
1064Suiattle Chinook1Chinook19701020.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was applied beginning in 1994.SCoRE
1064Suiattle Chinook1Chinook19711468.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was applied beginning in 1994.SCoRE
1064Suiattle Chinook1Chinook19721805.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was applied beginning in 1994.SCoRE
1064Suiattle Chinook1Chinook1973577.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was applied beginning in 1994.SCoRE
1064Suiattle Chinook1Chinook1974355.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was applied beginning in 1994.SCoRE
1064Suiattle Chinook1Chinook1975327.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was applied beginning in 1994.SCoRE
1064Suiattle Chinook1Chinook1976437.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was applied beginning in 1994.SCoRE
1064Suiattle Chinook1Chinook1977407.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was applied beginning in 1994.SCoRE
1064Suiattle Chinook1Chinook1978444.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was applied beginning in 1994.SCoRE
1064Suiattle Chinook1Chinook1979280.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was applied beginning in 1994.SCoRE
1064Suiattle Chinook1Chinook1980818.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was applied beginning in 1994.SCoRE
1064Suiattle Chinook1Chinook1981652.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was applied beginning in 1994.SCoRE
1064Suiattle Chinook1Chinook1982476.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was applied beginning in 1994.SCoRE
1064Suiattle Chinook1Chinook1983352.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was applied beginning in 1994.SCoRE
1064Suiattle Chinook1Chinook1984345.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was applied beginning in 1994.SCoRE
1064Suiattle Chinook1Chinook1985715.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was applied beginning in 1994.SCoRE
1064Suiattle Chinook1Chinook1986806.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was applied beginning in 1994.SCoRE
1064Suiattle Chinook1Chinook1987729.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was applied beginning in 1994.Updated from 730 on 1/19/10SCoRE
1064Suiattle Chinook1Chinook1988740.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was applied beginning in 1994.SCoRE
1064Suiattle Chinook1Chinook1989514.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was applied beginning in 1994.SCoRE
1064Suiattle Chinook1Chinook1990685.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was applied beginning in 1994.SCoRE
1064Suiattle Chinook1Chinook1991354.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was applied beginning in 1994.SCoRE
1064Suiattle Chinook1Chinook1992201.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was applied beginning in 1994.SCoRE
1064Suiattle Chinook1Chinook1993291.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was applied beginning in 1994.SCoRE
1064Suiattle Chinook2Chinook1994167.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in Big, Tenas, Straight, Circle, Buck, Lime, Downey, Sulphur, Milk creeks. Expanded cumulative redd counts better represent the total spawner population than peak live plus dead counts, which were used prior to 1994 (Pete Castle, WDFW, personal communication). New estimates are not comparable to the estimates in the 1992 SASSI.SCoRE, SOS
1064Suiattle Chinook2Chinook1995440.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in Big, Tenas, Straight, Circle, Buck, Lime, Downey, Sulphur, Milk creeks. Expanded cumulative redd counts better represent the total spawner population than peak live plus dead counts, which were used prior to 1994 (Pete Castle, WDFW, personal communication). New estimates are not comparable to the estimates in the 1992 SASSI.SCoRE, SOS
1064Suiattle Chinook2Chinook1996435.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in Big, Tenas, Straight, Circle, Buck, Lime, Downey, Sulphur, Milk creeks. Expanded cumulative redd counts better represent the total spawner population than peak live plus dead counts, which were used prior to 1994 (Pete Castle, WDFW, personal communication). New estimates are not comparable to the estimates in the 1992 SASSI.SCoRE, SOS
1064Suiattle Chinook2Chinook1997428.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in Big, Tenas, Straight, Circle, Buck, Lime, Downey, Sulphur, Milk creeks. Expanded cumulative redd counts better represent the total spawner population than peak live plus dead counts, which were used prior to 1994 (Pete Castle, WDFW, personal communication). New estimates are not comparable to the estimates in the 1992 SASSI.SCoRE, SOS
1064Suiattle Chinook2Chinook1998473.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in Big, Tenas, Straight, Circle, Buck, Lime, Downey, Sulphur, Milk creeks. Expanded cumulative redd counts better represent the total spawner population than peak live plus dead counts, which were used prior to 1994 (Pete Castle, WDFW, personal communication). New estimates are not comparable to the estimates in the 1992 SASSI.SCoRE, SOS
1064Suiattle Chinook2Chinook1999208.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in Big, Tenas, Straight, Circle, Buck, Lime, Downey, Sulphur, Milk creeks. Expanded cumulative redd counts better represent the total spawner population than peak live plus dead counts, which were used prior to 1994 (Pete Castle, WDFW, personal communication). New estimates are not comparable to the estimates in the 1992 SASSI.SCoRE, SOS
1064Suiattle Chinook2Chinook2000360.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in Big, Tenas, Straight, Circle, Buck, Lime, Downey, Sulphur, Milk creeks. Expanded cumulative redd counts better represent the total spawner population than peak live plus dead counts, which were used prior to 1994 (Pete Castle, WDFW, personal communication). New estimates are not comparable to the estimates in the 1992 SASSI.SCoRE, SOS
1064Suiattle Chinook2Chinook2001688.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in Big, Tenas, Straight, Circle, Buck, Lime, Downey, Sulphur, Milk creeks. Expanded cumulative redd counts better represent the total spawner population than peak live plus dead counts, which were used prior to 1994 (Pete Castle, WDFW, personal communication). New estimates are not comparable to the estimates in the 1992 SASSI.SCoRE, SOS
1064Suiattle Chinook2Chinook2002265.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in Big, Tenas, Straight, Circle, Buck, Lime, Downey, Sulphur, Milk creeks. Expanded cumulative redd counts better represent the total spawner population than peak live plus dead counts, which were used prior to 1994 (Pete Castle, WDFW, personal communication). New estimates are not comparable to the estimates in the 1992 SASSI.SCoRE, SOS
1064Suiattle Chinook2Chinook2003353.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in Big, Tenas, Straight, Circle, Buck, Lime, Downey, Sulphur, Milk creeks. Expanded cumulative redd counts better represent the total spawner population than peak live plus dead counts, which were used prior to 1994 (Pete Castle, WDFW, personal communication). New estimates are not comparable to the estimates in the 1992 SASSI.SCoRE, SOS
1064Suiattle Chinook2Chinook2004495.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in Big, Tenas, Straight, Circle, Buck, Lime, Downey, Sulphur, Milk creeks. Expanded cumulative redd counts better represent the total spawner population than peak live plus dead counts, which were used prior to 1994 (Pete Castle, WDFW, personal communication). New estimates are not comparable to the estimates in the 1992 SASSI.SCoRE, SOS
1064Suiattle Chinook2Chinook2005518.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in Big, Tenas, Straight, Circle, Buck, Lime, Downey, Sulphur, Milk creeks. Expanded cumulative redd counts better represent the total spawner population than peak live plus dead counts, which were used prior to 1994 (Pete Castle, WDFW, personal communication). New estimates are not comparable to the estimates in the 1992 SASSI.SCoRE, SOS
1064Suiattle Chinook2Chinook2006375.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in Big, Tenas, Straight, Circle, Buck, Lime, Downey, Sulphur, Milk creeks. Expanded cumulative redd counts better represent the total spawner population than peak live plus dead counts, which were used prior to 1994 (Pete Castle, WDFW, personal communication). New estimates are not comparable to the estimates in the 1992 SASSI.SCoRE, SOS
1064Suiattle Chinook2Chinook2009273.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in Big, Tenas, Straight, Circle, Buck, Lime, Downey, Sulphur, Milk creeks. Expanded cumulative redd counts better represent the total spawner population than peak live plus dead counts, which were used prior to 1994 (Pete Castle, WDFW, personal communication). New estimates are not comparable to the estimates in the 1992 SASSI.SCoRE, SOS
1064Suiattle Chinook2Chinook2015478.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in Big, Tenas, Straight, Circle, Buck, Lime, Downey, Sulphur, Milk creeks. Expanded cumulative redd counts better represent the total spawner population than peak live plus dead counts, which were used prior to 1994 (Pete Castle, WDFW, personal communication). New estimates are not comparable to the estimates in the 1992 SASSI.SCoRE, SOS
1064Suiattle Chinook2Chinook2012460.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in Big, Tenas, Straight, Circle, Buck, Lime, Downey, Sulphur, Milk creeks. Expanded cumulative redd counts better represent the total spawner population than peak live plus dead counts, which were used prior to 1994 (Pete Castle, WDFW, personal communication). New estimates are not comparable to the estimates in the 1992 SASSI.SCoRE, SOS
1064Suiattle Chinook2Chinook2013620.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in Big, Tenas, Straight, Circle, Buck, Lime, Downey, Sulphur, Milk creeks. Expanded cumulative redd counts better represent the total spawner population than peak live plus dead counts, which were used prior to 1994 (Pete Castle, WDFW, personal communication). New estimates are not comparable to the estimates in the 1992 SASSI.SCoRE, SOS
1064Suiattle Chinook2Chinook2010263.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in Big, Tenas, Straight, Circle, Buck, Lime, Downey, Sulphur, Milk creeks. Expanded cumulative redd counts better represent the total spawner population than peak live plus dead counts, which were used prior to 1994 (Pete Castle, WDFW, personal communication). New estimates are not comparable to the estimates in the 1992 SASSI.SCoRE, SOS
1064Suiattle Chinook2Chinook2014460.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in Big, Tenas, Straight, Circle, Buck, Lime, Downey, Sulphur, Milk creeks. Expanded cumulative redd counts better represent the total spawner population than peak live plus dead counts, which were used prior to 1994 (Pete Castle, WDFW, personal communication). New estimates are not comparable to the estimates in the 1992 SASSI.SCoRE, SOS
1064Suiattle Chinook2Chinook2008203.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in Big, Tenas, Straight, Circle, Buck, Lime, Downey, Sulphur, Milk creeks. Expanded cumulative redd counts better represent the total spawner population than peak live plus dead counts, which were used prior to 1994 (Pete Castle, WDFW, personal communication). New estimates are not comparable to the estimates in the 1992 SASSI.SCoRE, SOS
1064Suiattle Chinook2Chinook2007108.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in Big, Tenas, Straight, Circle, Buck, Lime, Downey, Sulphur, Milk creeks. Expanded cumulative redd counts better represent the total spawner population than peak live plus dead counts, which were used prior to 1994 (Pete Castle, WDFW, personal communication). New estimates are not comparable to the estimates in the 1992 SASSI.SCoRE, SOS
1064Suiattle Chinook2Chinook2011215.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in Big, Tenas, Straight, Circle, Buck, Lime, Downey, Sulphur, Milk creeks. Expanded cumulative redd counts better represent the total spawner population than peak live plus dead counts, which were used prior to 1994 (Pete Castle, WDFW, personal communication). New estimates are not comparable to the estimates in the 1992 SASSI.SCoRE, SOS
1072Cascade Chinook1Chinook1959500.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was applied beginning in 1992.SCoRE
1072Cascade Chinook1Chinook19601116.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was applied beginning in 1992.SCoRE
1072Cascade Chinook1Chinook19611191.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was applied beginning in 1992.SCoRE
1072Cascade Chinook1Chinook1962827.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was applied beginning in 1992.SCoRE
1072Cascade Chinook1Chinook1963547.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was applied beginning in 1992.SCoRE
1072Cascade Chinook1Chinook1964264.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was applied beginning in 1992.SCoRE
1072Cascade Chinook1Chinook1965866.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was applied beginning in 1992.SCoRE
1072Cascade Chinook1Chinook1966652.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was applied beginning in 1992.SCoRE
1072Cascade Chinook1Chinook1967325.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was applied beginning in 1992.SCoRE
1072Cascade Chinook1Chinook1968256.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was applied beginning in 1992.SCoRE
1072Cascade Chinook1Chinook1969509.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was applied beginning in 1992.SCoRE
1072Cascade Chinook1Chinook1970588.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was applied beginning in 1992.SCoRE
1072Cascade Chinook1Chinook1971586.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was applied beginning in 1992.SCoRE
1072Cascade Chinook1Chinook1972551.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was applied beginning in 1992.SCoRE
1072Cascade Chinook1Chinook1973516.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was applied beginning in 1992.SCoRE
1072Cascade Chinook1Chinook1974130.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was applied beginning in 1992.SCoRE
1072Cascade Chinook1Chinook1975177.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was applied beginning in 1992.SCoRE
1072Cascade Chinook1Chinook1976172.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was applied beginning in 1992.SCoRE
1072Cascade Chinook1Chinook1977259.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was applied beginning in 1992.SCoRE
1072Cascade Chinook1Chinook1978231.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was applied beginning in 1992.SCoRE
1072Cascade Chinook1Chinook1979195.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was applied beginning in 1992.SCoRE
1072Cascade Chinook1Chinook1980475.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was applied beginning in 1992.SCoRE
1072Cascade Chinook1Chinook1981316.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was applied beginning in 1992.SCoRE
1072Cascade Chinook1Chinook1982212.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was applied beginning in 1992.SCoRE
1072Cascade Chinook1Chinook1983156.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was applied beginning in 1992.SCoRE
1072Cascade Chinook1Chinook1984113.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was applied beginning in 1992.SCoRE
1072Cascade Chinook1Chinook1985100.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was applied beginning in 1992.SCoRE
1072Cascade Chinook1Chinook1986380.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was applied beginning in 1992.SCoRE
1072Cascade Chinook1Chinook1987Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was applied beginning in 1992.SCoRE
1072Cascade Chinook1Chinook1988133.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was applied beginning in 1992.SCoRE
1072Cascade Chinook1Chinook1989218.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was applied beginning in 1992.SCoRE
1072Cascade Chinook1Chinook1990269.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was applied beginning in 1992.SCoRE
1072Cascade Chinook1Chinook1991135.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal EscapementSum total of all fish escaping to a given location along their migratory path that could have (potentially) reached the spawning grounds to contribute to wild production.Data are total escapement estimates based on peak live plus dead counts. A new escapement methodology was applied beginning in 1992.SCoRE
1072Cascade Chinook2Chinook1992205.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in the mainstem Cascade River above RM 8.1; in the lower reaches of the North and South forks of the Cascade; and in Marble, Found, Kindy, and Sonny Boy creeks. Expanded cumulative redd counts are thought to represent the total spawner population better than peak live plus dead counts which were used prior to 1992 (Pete Castle, WDFW, personal communication). New estimates are not comparable to the estimates in the 1992 SASSI.SCoRE, SOS
1072Cascade Chinook2Chinook1993168.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in the mainstem Cascade River above RM 8.1; in the lower reaches of the North and South forks of the Cascade; and in Marble, Found, Kindy, and Sonny Boy creeks. Expanded cumulative redd counts are thought to represent the total spawner population better than peak live plus dead counts which were used prior to 1992 (Pete Castle, WDFW, personal communication). New estimates are not comparable to the estimates in the 1992 SASSI.SCoRE, SOS
1072Cascade Chinook2Chinook1994173.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in the mainstem Cascade River above RM 8.1; in the lower reaches of the North and South forks of the Cascade; and in Marble, Found, Kindy, and Sonny Boy creeks. Expanded cumulative redd counts are thought to represent the total spawner population better than peak live plus dead counts which were used prior to 1992 (Pete Castle, WDFW, personal communication). New estimates are not comparable to the estimates in the 1992 SASSI.SCoRE, SOS
1072Cascade Chinook2Chinook1995225.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in the mainstem Cascade River above RM 8.1; in the lower reaches of the North and South forks of the Cascade; and in Marble, Found, Kindy, and Sonny Boy creeks. Expanded cumulative redd counts are thought to represent the total spawner population better than peak live plus dead counts which were used prior to 1992 (Pete Castle, WDFW, personal communication). New estimates are not comparable to the estimates in the 1992 SASSI.SCoRE, SOS
1072Cascade Chinook2Chinook1996208.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in the mainstem Cascade River above RM 8.1; in the lower reaches of the North and South forks of the Cascade; and in Marble, Found, Kindy, and Sonny Boy creeks. Expanded cumulative redd counts are thought to represent the total spawner population better than peak live plus dead counts which were used prior to 1992 (Pete Castle, WDFW, personal communication). New estimates are not comparable to the estimates in the 1992 SASSI.SCoRE, SOS
1072Cascade Chinook2Chinook1997308.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in the mainstem Cascade River above RM 8.1; in the lower reaches of the North and South forks of the Cascade; and in Marble, Found, Kindy, and Sonny Boy creeks. Expanded cumulative redd counts are thought to represent the total spawner population better than peak live plus dead counts which were used prior to 1992 (Pete Castle, WDFW, personal communication). New estimates are not comparable to the estimates in the 1992 SASSI.SCoRE, SOS
1072Cascade Chinook2Chinook1998323.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in the mainstem Cascade River above RM 8.1; in the lower reaches of the North and South forks of the Cascade; and in Marble, Found, Kindy, and Sonny Boy creeks. Expanded cumulative redd counts are thought to represent the total spawner population better than peak live plus dead counts which were used prior to 1992 (Pete Castle, WDFW, personal communication). New estimates are not comparable to the estimates in the 1992 SASSI.SCoRE, SOS
1072Cascade Chinook2Chinook199983.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in the mainstem Cascade River above RM 8.1; in the lower reaches of the North and South forks of the Cascade; and in Marble, Found, Kindy, and Sonny Boy creeks. Expanded cumulative redd counts are thought to represent the total spawner population better than peak live plus dead counts which were used prior to 1992 (Pete Castle, WDFW, personal communication). New estimates are not comparable to the estimates in the 1992 SASSI.SCoRE, SOS
1072Cascade Chinook2Chinook2000273.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in the mainstem Cascade River above RM 8.1; in the lower reaches of the North and South forks of the Cascade; and in Marble, Found, Kindy, and Sonny Boy creeks. Expanded cumulative redd counts are thought to represent the total spawner population better than peak live plus dead counts which were used prior to 1992 (Pete Castle, WDFW, personal communication). New estimates are not comparable to the estimates in the 1992 SASSI.SCoRE, SOS
1072Cascade Chinook2Chinook2001625.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in the mainstem Cascade River above RM 8.1; in the lower reaches of the North and South forks of the Cascade; and in Marble, Found, Kindy, and Sonny Boy creeks. Expanded cumulative redd counts are thought to represent the total spawner population better than peak live plus dead counts which were used prior to 1992 (Pete Castle, WDFW, personal communication). New estimates are not comparable to the estimates in the 1992 SASSI.SCoRE, SOS
1072Cascade Chinook2Chinook2002340.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in the mainstem Cascade River above RM 8.1; in the lower reaches of the North and South forks of the Cascade; and in Marble, Found, Kindy, and Sonny Boy creeks. Expanded cumulative redd counts are thought to represent the total spawner population better than peak live plus dead counts which were used prior to 1992 (Pete Castle, WDFW, personal communication). New estimates are not comparable to the estimates in the 1992 SASSI.SCoRE, SOS
1072Cascade Chinook2Chinook2003298.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in the mainstem Cascade River above RM 8.1; in the lower reaches of the North and South forks of the Cascade; and in Marble, Found, Kindy, and Sonny Boy creeks. Expanded cumulative redd counts are thought to represent the total spawner population better than peak live plus dead counts which were used prior to 1992 (Pete Castle, WDFW, personal communication). New estimates are not comparable to the estimates in the 1992 SASSI.SCoRE, SOS
1072Cascade Chinook2Chinook2004380.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in the mainstem Cascade River above RM 8.1; in the lower reaches of the North and South forks of the Cascade; and in Marble, Found, Kindy, and Sonny Boy creeks. Expanded cumulative redd counts are thought to represent the total spawner population better than peak live plus dead counts which were used prior to 1992 (Pete Castle, WDFW, personal communication). New estimates are not comparable to the estimates in the 1992 SASSI.SCoRE, SOS
1072Cascade Chinook2Chinook2005420.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in the mainstem Cascade River above RM 8.1; in the lower reaches of the North and South forks of the Cascade; and in Marble, Found, Kindy, and Sonny Boy creeks. Expanded cumulative redd counts are thought to represent the total spawner population better than peak live plus dead counts which were used prior to 1992 (Pete Castle, WDFW, personal communication). New estimates are not comparable to the estimates in the 1992 SASSI.SCoRE, SOS
1072Cascade Chinook2Chinook2006478.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in the mainstem Cascade River above RM 8.1; in the lower reaches of the North and South forks of the Cascade; and in Marble, Found, Kindy, and Sonny Boy creeks. Expanded cumulative redd counts are thought to represent the total spawner population better than peak live plus dead counts which were used prior to 1992 (Pete Castle, WDFW, personal communication). New estimates are not comparable to the estimates in the 1992 SASSI.SCoRE, SOS
1072Cascade Chinook2Chinook2015188.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in the mainstem Cascade River above RM 8.1; in the lower reaches of the North and South forks of the Cascade; and in Marble, Found, Kindy, and Sonny Boy creeks. Expanded cumulative redd counts are thought to represent the total spawner population better than peak live plus dead counts which were used prior to 1992 (Pete Castle, WDFW, personal communication). New estimates are not comparable to the estimates in the 1992 SASSI.SCoRE, SOS
1072Cascade Chinook2Chinook2009338.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in the mainstem Cascade River above RM 8.1; in the lower reaches of the North and South forks of the Cascade; and in Marble, Found, Kindy, and Sonny Boy creeks. Expanded cumulative redd counts are thought to represent the total spawner population better than peak live plus dead counts which were used prior to 1992 (Pete Castle, WDFW, personal communication). New estimates are not comparable to the estimates in the 1992 SASSI.SCoRE, SOS
1072Cascade Chinook2Chinook2012488.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in the mainstem Cascade River above RM 8.1; in the lower reaches of the North and South forks of the Cascade; and in Marble, Found, Kindy, and Sonny Boy creeks. Expanded cumulative redd counts are thought to represent the total spawner population better than peak live plus dead counts which were used prior to 1992 (Pete Castle, WDFW, personal communication). New estimates are not comparable to the estimates in the 1992 SASSI.SCoRE, SOS
1072Cascade Chinook2Chinook2014225.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in the mainstem Cascade River above RM 8.1; in the lower reaches of the North and South forks of the Cascade; and in Marble, Found, Kindy, and Sonny Boy creeks. Expanded cumulative redd counts are thought to represent the total spawner population better than peak live plus dead counts which were used prior to 1992 (Pete Castle, WDFW, personal communication). New estimates are not comparable to the estimates in the 1992 SASSI.SCoRE, SOS
1072Cascade Chinook2Chinook2011265.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in the mainstem Cascade River above RM 8.1; in the lower reaches of the North and South forks of the Cascade; and in Marble, Found, Kindy, and Sonny Boy creeks. Expanded cumulative redd counts are thought to represent the total spawner population better than peak live plus dead counts which were used prior to 1992 (Pete Castle, WDFW, personal communication). New estimates are not comparable to the estimates in the 1992 SASSI.SCoRE, SOS
1072Cascade Chinook2Chinook2008284.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in the mainstem Cascade River above RM 8.1; in the lower reaches of the North and South forks of the Cascade; and in Marble, Found, Kindy, and Sonny Boy creeks. Expanded cumulative redd counts are thought to represent the total spawner population better than peak live plus dead counts which were used prior to 1992 (Pete Castle, WDFW, personal communication). New estimates are not comparable to the estimates in the 1992 SASSI.SCoRE, SOS
1072Cascade Chinook2Chinook2010330.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in the mainstem Cascade River above RM 8.1; in the lower reaches of the North and South forks of the Cascade; and in Marble, Found, Kindy, and Sonny Boy creeks. Expanded cumulative redd counts are thought to represent the total spawner population better than peak live plus dead counts which were used prior to 1992 (Pete Castle, WDFW, personal communication). New estimates are not comparable to the estimates in the 1992 SASSI.SCoRE, SOS
1072Cascade Chinook2Chinook2013310.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in the mainstem Cascade River above RM 8.1; in the lower reaches of the North and South forks of the Cascade; and in Marble, Found, Kindy, and Sonny Boy creeks. Expanded cumulative redd counts are thought to represent the total spawner population better than peak live plus dead counts which were used prior to 1992 (Pete Castle, WDFW, personal communication). New estimates are not comparable to the estimates in the 1992 SASSI.SCoRE, SOS
1072Cascade Chinook2Chinook2007223.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in the mainstem Cascade River above RM 8.1; in the lower reaches of the North and South forks of the Cascade; and in Marble, Found, Kindy, and Sonny Boy creeks. Expanded cumulative redd counts are thought to represent the total spawner population better than peak live plus dead counts which were used prior to 1992 (Pete Castle, WDFW, personal communication). New estimates are not comparable to the estimates in the 1992 SASSI.SCoRE, SOS
1081North Fork Stillaguamish Chinook1Chinook20061035.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in the entire North Fork Stillaguamish basin.Revised with corrected flight estimated redd counts and to clarify comments. Survey conditions were characterized by stable low flows. Additional to foot surveys elsewhere, five redd counting flights from RM0.0 to 30.0 were done betwen Sept 8 Oct 16.; [Jan 24, 2007] Survey conditions in NF below RM 20.3 were unusual in that visibility remained high throughout the survey period due to low flows.SCoRE, SOS
1081North Fork Stillaguamish Chinook1Chinook2005947.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in the entire North Fork Stillaguamish basin.SCoRE, SOS
1081North Fork Stillaguamish Chinook1Chinook1986980.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in the entire North Fork Stillaguamish basin.SCoRE, SOS
1081North Fork Stillaguamish Chinook1Chinook19871065.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in the entire North Fork Stillaguamish basin.SCoRE, SOS
1081North Fork Stillaguamish Chinook1Chinook1988591.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in the entire North Fork Stillaguamish basin.SCoRE, SOS
1081North Fork Stillaguamish Chinook1Chinook1989560.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in the entire North Fork Stillaguamish basin.SCoRE, SOS
1081North Fork Stillaguamish Chinook1Chinook1990636.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in the entire North Fork Stillaguamish basin.SCoRE, SOS
1081North Fork Stillaguamish Chinook1Chinook19911396.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in the entire North Fork Stillaguamish basin.SCoRE, SOS
1081North Fork Stillaguamish Chinook1Chinook1992486.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in the entire North Fork Stillaguamish basin.SCoRE, SOS
1081North Fork Stillaguamish Chinook1Chinook1993583.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in the entire North Fork Stillaguamish basin.SCoRE, SOS
1081North Fork Stillaguamish Chinook1Chinook1994667.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in the entire North Fork Stillaguamish basin.SCoRE, SOS
1081North Fork Stillaguamish Chinook1Chinook1995599.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in the entire North Fork Stillaguamish basin.SCoRE, SOS
1081North Fork Stillaguamish Chinook1Chinook1996993.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in the entire North Fork Stillaguamish basin.SCoRE, SOS
1081North Fork Stillaguamish Chinook1Chinook1997930.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in the entire North Fork Stillaguamish basin.SCoRE, SOS
1081North Fork Stillaguamish Chinook1Chinook19981269.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in the entire North Fork Stillaguamish basin.SCoRE, SOS
1081North Fork Stillaguamish Chinook1Chinook1999845.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in the entire North Fork Stillaguamish basin.SCoRE, SOS
1081North Fork Stillaguamish Chinook1Chinook20001408.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in the entire North Fork Stillaguamish basin.SCoRE, SOS
1081North Fork Stillaguamish Chinook1Chinook20011065.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in the entire North Fork Stillaguamish basin.SCoRE, SOS
1081North Fork Stillaguamish Chinook1Chinook20021235.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in the entire North Fork Stillaguamish basin.SCoRE, SOS
1081North Fork Stillaguamish Chinook1Chinook2003883.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in the entire North Fork Stillaguamish basin.SCoRE, SOS
1081North Fork Stillaguamish Chinook1Chinook20041338.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts in the entire North Fork Stillaguamish basin.SCoRE, SOS
1081North Fork Stillaguamish Chinook2Chinook2007567.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on total redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys on the North Fork Stillaguamish River, Boulder River, Grant, Deer, Brooks, French, Segelson, Squire, and Brown Creeks. Flight surveys are conducted on the NF from RM 0.0 to 30.0. Total new redd counts are multiplied by 2.5 to estimate number of fish. Total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable.Three flights were used to estimate Chinook redd counts on the NF Stillaguamish: one between RM0.0 and 30.0 (Sept. 13), and two, after turbid flows from Deer Creek fowled visibility downstream, between RM 14.2 and 30.0 (Sept. 28 and Oct. 11). All ground indices were covered weekly. Heavy flooding postspawning occurred midNovember.SCoRE, SOS
1081North Fork Stillaguamish Chinook3Chinook2015129.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.Data are total hatcheryorigin escapement estimates based on total redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys on the North Fork Stillaguamish River, Boulder River, Grant, Deer, Brooks, French, Segelson, Squire, and Brown Creeks. Flight surveys are conducted on the NF from RM 0.0 to 30.0. Total new redd counts are multiplied by 2.5 to estimate number of fish. Total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Carcasses are sampled for hatchery marks, including adipose clips and CWTs to get the hatcheryorigin estimate. Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.SCoRE, SOS
1081North Fork Stillaguamish Chinook3Chinook2016227.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.Data are total hatcheryorigin escapement estimates based on total redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys on the North Fork Stillaguamish River, Boulder River, Grant, Deer, Brooks, French, Segelson, Squire, and Brown Creeks. Flight surveys are conducted on the NF from RM 0.0 to 30.0. Total new redd counts are multiplied by 2.5 to estimate number of fish. Total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Carcasses are sampled for hatchery marks, including adipose clips and CWTs to get the hatcheryorigin estimate. Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.SCoRE, SOS
1081North Fork Stillaguamish Chinook3Chinook2013303.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.Data are total hatcheryorigin escapement estimates based on total redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys on the North Fork Stillaguamish River, Boulder River, Grant, Deer, Brooks, French, Segelson, Squire, and Brown Creeks. Flight surveys are conducted on the NF from RM 0.0 to 30.0. Total new redd counts are multiplied by 2.5 to estimate number of fish. Total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Carcasses are sampled for hatchery marks, including adipose clips and CWTs to get the hatcheryorigin estimate. Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.SCoRE, SOS
1081North Fork Stillaguamish Chinook3Chinook2012632.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.Data are total hatcheryorigin escapement estimates based on total redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys on the North Fork Stillaguamish River, Boulder River, Grant, Deer, Brooks, French, Segelson, Squire, and Brown Creeks. Flight surveys are conducted on the NF from RM 0.0 to 30.0. Total new redd counts are multiplied by 2.5 to estimate number of fish. Total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Carcasses are sampled for hatchery marks, including adipose clips and CWTs to get the hatcheryorigin estimate. Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.SCoRE, SOS
1081North Fork Stillaguamish Chinook3Chinook2009527.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.Data are total hatcheryorigin escapement estimates based on total redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys on the North Fork Stillaguamish River, Boulder River, Grant, Deer, Brooks, French, Segelson, Squire, and Brown Creeks. Flight surveys are conducted on the NF from RM 0.0 to 30.0. Total new redd counts are multiplied by 2.5 to estimate number of fish. Total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Carcasses are sampled for hatchery marks, including adipose clips and CWTs to get the hatcheryorigin estimate. Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.Preliminary estimate.SCoRE, SOS
1081North Fork Stillaguamish Chinook3Chinook2008554.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.Data are total hatcheryorigin escapement estimates based on total redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys on the North Fork Stillaguamish River, Boulder River, Grant, Deer, Brooks, French, Segelson, Squire, and Brown Creeks. Flight surveys are conducted on the NF from RM 0.0 to 30.0. Total new redd counts are multiplied by 2.5 to estimate number of fish. Total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Carcasses are sampled for hatchery marks, including adipose clips and CWTs to get the hatcheryorigin estimate. Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.Preliminary estimate.SCoRE, SOS
1081North Fork Stillaguamish Chinook3Chinook2011450.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.Data are total hatcheryorigin escapement estimates based on total redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys on the North Fork Stillaguamish River, Boulder River, Grant, Deer, Brooks, French, Segelson, Squire, and Brown Creeks. Flight surveys are conducted on the NF from RM 0.0 to 30.0. Total new redd counts are multiplied by 2.5 to estimate number of fish. Total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Carcasses are sampled for hatchery marks, including adipose clips and CWTs to get the hatcheryorigin estimate. Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.Good survey coverage.SCoRE, SOS
1081North Fork Stillaguamish Chinook3Chinook2010358.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.Data are total hatcheryorigin escapement estimates based on total redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys on the North Fork Stillaguamish River, Boulder River, Grant, Deer, Brooks, French, Segelson, Squire, and Brown Creeks. Flight surveys are conducted on the NF from RM 0.0 to 30.0. Total new redd counts are multiplied by 2.5 to estimate number of fish. Total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Carcasses are sampled for hatchery marks, including adipose clips and CWTs to get the hatcheryorigin estimate. Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.Good survey coverage.SCoRE, SOS
1081North Fork Stillaguamish Chinook3Chinook2014276.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.Data are total hatcheryorigin escapement estimates based on total redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys on the North Fork Stillaguamish River, Boulder River, Grant, Deer, Brooks, French, Segelson, Squire, and Brown Creeks. Flight surveys are conducted on the NF from RM 0.0 to 30.0. Total new redd counts are multiplied by 2.5 to estimate number of fish. Total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Carcasses are sampled for hatchery marks, including adipose clips and CWTs to get the hatcheryorigin estimate. Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.SCoRE, SOS
1081North Fork Stillaguamish Chinook3Chinook2017598.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.Data are total hatcheryorigin escapement estimates based on total redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys on the North Fork Stillaguamish River, Boulder River, Grant, Deer, Brooks, French, Segelson, Squire, and Brown Creeks. Flight surveys are conducted on the NF from RM 0.0 to 30.0. Total new redd counts are multiplied by 2.5 to estimate number of fish. Total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Carcasses are sampled for hatchery marks, including adipose clips and CWTs to get the hatcheryorigin estimate. Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.GMR expanded, Does not include brood stock (BS = 76)SCoRE, SOS
1081North Fork Stillaguamish Chinook3Chinook2018509.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.Data are total hatcheryorigin escapement estimates based on total redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys on the North Fork Stillaguamish River, Boulder River, Grant, Deer, Brooks, French, Segelson, Squire, and Brown Creeks. Flight surveys are conducted on the NF from RM 0.0 to 30.0. Total new redd counts are multiplied by 2.5 to estimate number of fish. Total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Carcasses are sampled for hatchery marks, including adipose clips and CWTs to get the hatcheryorigin estimate. Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.Additionally, 108 HOR were taken for Brood Stock.SCoRE, SOS
1081North Fork Stillaguamish Chinook4Chinook2014141.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.Data are total naturalorigin escapement estimates based on total redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys on the North Fork Stillaguamish River, Boulder River, Grant, Deer, Brooks, French, Segelson, Squire, and Brown Creeks. Flight surveys are conducted on the NF from RM 0.0 to 30.0. Total new redd counts are multiplied by 2.5 to estimate number of fish. Total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.SCoRE, SOS
1081North Fork Stillaguamish Chinook4Chinook2010405.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.Data are total naturalorigin escapement estimates based on total redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys on the North Fork Stillaguamish River, Boulder River, Grant, Deer, Brooks, French, Segelson, Squire, and Brown Creeks. Flight surveys are conducted on the NF from RM 0.0 to 30.0. Total new redd counts are multiplied by 2.5 to estimate number of fish. Total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.Good survey coverage.SCoRE, SOS
1081North Fork Stillaguamish Chinook4Chinook2011464.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.Data are total naturalorigin escapement estimates based on total redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys on the North Fork Stillaguamish River, Boulder River, Grant, Deer, Brooks, French, Segelson, Squire, and Brown Creeks. Flight surveys are conducted on the NF from RM 0.0 to 30.0. Total new redd counts are multiplied by 2.5 to estimate number of fish. Total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.Good survey coverage.SCoRE, SOS
1081North Fork Stillaguamish Chinook4Chinook2008839.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.Data are total naturalorigin escapement estimates based on total redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys on the North Fork Stillaguamish River, Boulder River, Grant, Deer, Brooks, French, Segelson, Squire, and Brown Creeks. Flight surveys are conducted on the NF from RM 0.0 to 30.0. Total new redd counts are multiplied by 2.5 to estimate number of fish. Total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.Preliminary estimate. Mark redd census only.SCoRE, SOS
1081North Fork Stillaguamish Chinook4Chinook2009431.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.Data are total naturalorigin escapement estimates based on total redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys on the North Fork Stillaguamish River, Boulder River, Grant, Deer, Brooks, French, Segelson, Squire, and Brown Creeks. Flight surveys are conducted on the NF from RM 0.0 to 30.0. Total new redd counts are multiplied by 2.5 to estimate number of fish. Total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.Good estimate.SCoRE, SOS
1081North Fork Stillaguamish Chinook4Chinook2012714.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.Data are total naturalorigin escapement estimates based on total redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys on the North Fork Stillaguamish River, Boulder River, Grant, Deer, Brooks, French, Segelson, Squire, and Brown Creeks. Flight surveys are conducted on the NF from RM 0.0 to 30.0. Total new redd counts are multiplied by 2.5 to estimate number of fish. Total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.SCoRE, SOS
1081North Fork Stillaguamish Chinook4Chinook2013470.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.Data are total naturalorigin escapement estimates based on total redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys on the North Fork Stillaguamish River, Boulder River, Grant, Deer, Brooks, French, Segelson, Squire, and Brown Creeks. Flight surveys are conducted on the NF from RM 0.0 to 30.0. Total new redd counts are multiplied by 2.5 to estimate number of fish. Total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.SCoRE, SOS
1081North Fork Stillaguamish Chinook4Chinook2016516.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.Data are total naturalorigin escapement estimates based on total redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys on the North Fork Stillaguamish River, Boulder River, Grant, Deer, Brooks, French, Segelson, Squire, and Brown Creeks. Flight surveys are conducted on the NF from RM 0.0 to 30.0. Total new redd counts are multiplied by 2.5 to estimate number of fish. Total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.SCoRE, SOS
1081North Fork Stillaguamish Chinook4Chinook2015242.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.Data are total naturalorigin escapement estimates based on total redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys on the North Fork Stillaguamish River, Boulder River, Grant, Deer, Brooks, French, Segelson, Squire, and Brown Creeks. Flight surveys are conducted on the NF from RM 0.0 to 30.0. Total new redd counts are multiplied by 2.5 to estimate number of fish. Total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.SCoRE, SOS
1081North Fork Stillaguamish Chinook4Chinook2018117.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.Data are total naturalorigin escapement estimates based on total redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys on the North Fork Stillaguamish River, Boulder River, Grant, Deer, Brooks, French, Segelson, Squire, and Brown Creeks. Flight surveys are conducted on the NF from RM 0.0 to 30.0. Total new redd counts are multiplied by 2.5 to estimate number of fish. Total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.Additionally, 44 NOR were taken for Brood Stock.SCoRE, SOS
1081North Fork Stillaguamish Chinook4Chinook2017546.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.Data are total naturalorigin escapement estimates based on total redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys on the North Fork Stillaguamish River, Boulder River, Grant, Deer, Brooks, French, Segelson, Squire, and Brown Creeks. Flight surveys are conducted on the NF from RM 0.0 to 30.0. Total new redd counts are multiplied by 2.5 to estimate number of fish. Total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.GMR expanded, Does not include brood stock (BS = 66)SCoRE, SOS
1083South Fork Stillaguamish Chinook1Chinook1986297.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts for the entire South Fork Stillaguamish basin.Revised with corrected flight estimated redd counts and to clarify comments. Survey conditions were characterized by stable low flows. SF and tribs surveyed by foot and float weekly, Mainstem by four flights, spawning complete before major high water.; [Jan 24, 2007] low flows allowed complete surveys throughout the spawning periodSCoRE, SOS
1083South Fork Stillaguamish Chinook1Chinook1987256.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts for the entire South Fork Stillaguamish basin.SCoRE, SOS
1083South Fork Stillaguamish Chinook1Chinook1988126.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts for the entire South Fork Stillaguamish basin.SCoRE, SOS
1083South Fork Stillaguamish Chinook1Chinook1989224.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts for the entire South Fork Stillaguamish basin.SCoRE, SOS
1083South Fork Stillaguamish Chinook1Chinook1990206.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts for the entire South Fork Stillaguamish basin.SCoRE, SOS
1083South Fork Stillaguamish Chinook1Chinook1991140.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts for the entire South Fork Stillaguamish basin.SCoRE, SOS
1083South Fork Stillaguamish Chinook1Chinook1992153.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts for the entire South Fork Stillaguamish basin.SCoRE, SOS
1083South Fork Stillaguamish Chinook1Chinook1993136.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts for the entire South Fork Stillaguamish basin.SCoRE, SOS
1083South Fork Stillaguamish Chinook1Chinook199496.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts for the entire South Fork Stillaguamish basin.SCoRE, SOS
1083South Fork Stillaguamish Chinook1Chinook1995176.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts for the entire South Fork Stillaguamish basin.SCoRE, SOS
1083South Fork Stillaguamish Chinook1Chinook1996251.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts for the entire South Fork Stillaguamish basin.SCoRE, SOS
1083South Fork Stillaguamish Chinook1Chinook1997226.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts for the entire South Fork Stillaguamish basin.SCoRE, SOS
1083South Fork Stillaguamish Chinook1Chinook1998275.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts for the entire South Fork Stillaguamish basin.SCoRE, SOS
1083South Fork Stillaguamish Chinook1Chinook1999253.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts for the entire South Fork Stillaguamish basin.SCoRE, SOS
1083South Fork Stillaguamish Chinook1Chinook2000237.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts for the entire South Fork Stillaguamish basin.SCoRE, SOS
1083South Fork Stillaguamish Chinook1Chinook2001285.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts for the entire South Fork Stillaguamish basin.SCoRE, SOS
1083South Fork Stillaguamish Chinook1Chinook2002353.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts for the entire South Fork Stillaguamish basin.SCoRE, SOS
1083South Fork Stillaguamish Chinook1Chinook2003105.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts for the entire South Fork Stillaguamish basin.SCoRE, SOS
1083South Fork Stillaguamish Chinook1Chinook2004168.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts for the entire South Fork Stillaguamish basin.SCoRE, SOS
1083South Fork Stillaguamish Chinook1Chinook200588.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts for the entire South Fork Stillaguamish basin.SCoRE, SOS
1083South Fork Stillaguamish Chinook1Chinook2006219.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on redd counts for the entire South Fork Stillaguamish basin.Revised with corrected flight estimated redd counts and to clarify comments. Survey conditions were characterized by stable low flows. SF and tribs surveyed by foot and float weekly, Mainstem by four flights, spawning complete before major high water.; [Jan 24, 2007] low flows allowed complete surveys throughout the spawning periodSCoRE, SOS
1083South Fork Stillaguamish Chinook2Chinook200740.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on total redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys on the mainstem Stillaguamish and South Fork Stillaguamish rivers, and Pilchuck, Jim, Siberia, and Canyon Creeks. Total new redd counts are multiplied by 2.5 to estimate number of fish. Total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable.All index areas covered by ground counts (except one flight on Mainstem for one redd September 13, 2007). South Fork ground survey end after October 16, 2007 due to high water and low visibility.SCoRE, SOS
1083South Fork Stillaguamish Chinook2Chinook2008278.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on total redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys on the mainstem Stillaguamish and South Fork Stillaguamish rivers, and Pilchuck, Jim, Siberia, and Canyon Creeks. Total new redd counts are multiplied by 2.5 to estimate number of fish. Total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable.Marked redd census only. No redds detected above Granite Falls.SCoRE, SOS
1083South Fork Stillaguamish Chinook2Chinook200943.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on total redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys on the mainstem Stillaguamish and South Fork Stillaguamish rivers, and Pilchuck, Jim, Siberia, and Canyon Creeks. Total new redd counts are multiplied by 2.5 to estimate number of fish. Total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable.Poor survey coverage. Increasing flows and turbidity restricted survey coverage to early October. There was no evidence that Chinook, or any anadromous fish, passed above the Robe canyon (upstream of Granite Falls) in 2009.SCoRE, SOS
1083South Fork Stillaguamish Chinook2Chinook201020.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on total redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys on the mainstem Stillaguamish and South Fork Stillaguamish rivers, and Pilchuck, Jim, Siberia, and Canyon Creeks. Total new redd counts are multiplied by 2.5 to estimate number of fish. Total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable.Good survey coverage.SCoRE, SOS
1083South Fork Stillaguamish Chinook2Chinook2011103.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total escapement estimates based on total redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys on the mainstem Stillaguamish and South Fork Stillaguamish rivers, and Pilchuck, Jim, Siberia, and Canyon Creeks. Total new redd counts are multiplied by 2.5 to estimate number of fish. Total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable.Adequate survey coverage until late October when the South Fork Stillaguamish became unsurveyable due to high flows and turbiditySCoRE, SOS
1083South Fork Stillaguamish Chinook3Chinook2012172.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.Data are total natural origin escapement estimates based on total redd counts from aerial, foot, and float surveys on the mainstem Stillaguamish and South Fork Stillaguamish rivers, Pilchuck, Jim, Siberia, and Canyon Creeks. Total new redd counts are multiplied by 2.5 to estimate number of fish. Total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.SCoRE, SOS
1083South Fork Stillaguamish Chinook3Chinook201412.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.Data are total natural origin escapement estimates based on total redd counts from aerial, foot, and float surveys on the mainstem Stillaguamish and South Fork Stillaguamish rivers, Pilchuck, Jim, Siberia, and Canyon Creeks. Total new redd counts are multiplied by 2.5 to estimate number of fish. Total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.SCoRE, SOS
1083South Fork Stillaguamish Chinook3Chinook201351.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.Data are total natural origin escapement estimates based on total redd counts from aerial, foot, and float surveys on the mainstem Stillaguamish and South Fork Stillaguamish rivers, Pilchuck, Jim, Siberia, and Canyon Creeks. Total new redd counts are multiplied by 2.5 to estimate number of fish. Total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.SCoRE, SOS
1083South Fork Stillaguamish Chinook3Chinook201578.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.Data are total natural origin escapement estimates based on total redd counts from aerial, foot, and float surveys on the mainstem Stillaguamish and South Fork Stillaguamish rivers, Pilchuck, Jim, Siberia, and Canyon Creeks. Total new redd counts are multiplied by 2.5 to estimate number of fish. Total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.SCoRE, SOS
1083South Fork Stillaguamish Chinook3Chinook201679.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.Data are total natural origin escapement estimates based on total redd counts from aerial, foot, and float surveys on the mainstem Stillaguamish and South Fork Stillaguamish rivers, Pilchuck, Jim, Siberia, and Canyon Creeks. Total new redd counts are multiplied by 2.5 to estimate number of fish. Total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.SCoRE, SOS
1083South Fork Stillaguamish Chinook3Chinook201753.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.Data are total natural origin escapement estimates based on total redd counts from aerial, foot, and float surveys on the mainstem Stillaguamish and South Fork Stillaguamish rivers, Pilchuck, Jim, Siberia, and Canyon Creeks. Total new redd counts are multiplied by 2.5 to estimate number of fish. Total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.GMR expandedSCoRE, SOS
1083South Fork Stillaguamish Chinook3Chinook20180.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.Data are total natural origin escapement estimates based on total redd counts from aerial, foot, and float surveys on the mainstem Stillaguamish and South Fork Stillaguamish rivers, Pilchuck, Jim, Siberia, and Canyon Creeks. Total new redd counts are multiplied by 2.5 to estimate number of fish. Total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.SCoRE, SOS
1083South Fork Stillaguamish Chinook4Chinook201639.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.Data are total hatchery origin escapement estimates based on total redd counts from aerial, foot, and float surveys on the mainstem Stillaguamish and South Fork Stillaguamish rivers, Pilchuck, Jim, Siberia, and Canyon Creeks. Total new redd counts are multiplied by 2.5 to estimate number of fish. Total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.SCoRE, SOS
1083South Fork Stillaguamish Chinook4Chinook201511.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.Data are total hatchery origin escapement estimates based on total redd counts from aerial, foot, and float surveys on the mainstem Stillaguamish and South Fork Stillaguamish rivers, Pilchuck, Jim, Siberia, and Canyon Creeks. Total new redd counts are multiplied by 2.5 to estimate number of fish. Total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.SCoRE, SOS
1083South Fork Stillaguamish Chinook4Chinook201330.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.Data are total hatchery origin escapement estimates based on total redd counts from aerial, foot, and float surveys on the mainstem Stillaguamish and South Fork Stillaguamish rivers, Pilchuck, Jim, Siberia, and Canyon Creeks. Total new redd counts are multiplied by 2.5 to estimate number of fish. Total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.SCoRE, SOS
1083South Fork Stillaguamish Chinook4Chinook20143.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.Data are total hatchery origin escapement estimates based on total redd counts from aerial, foot, and float surveys on the mainstem Stillaguamish and South Fork Stillaguamish rivers, Pilchuck, Jim, Siberia, and Canyon Creeks. Total new redd counts are multiplied by 2.5 to estimate number of fish. Total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.SCoRE, SOS
1083South Fork Stillaguamish Chinook4Chinook201217.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.Data are total hatchery origin escapement estimates based on total redd counts from aerial, foot, and float surveys on the mainstem Stillaguamish and South Fork Stillaguamish rivers, Pilchuck, Jim, Siberia, and Canyon Creeks. Total new redd counts are multiplied by 2.5 to estimate number of fish. Total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.SCoRE, SOS
1083South Fork Stillaguamish Chinook4Chinook201839.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.Data are total hatchery origin escapement estimates based on total redd counts from aerial, foot, and float surveys on the mainstem Stillaguamish and South Fork Stillaguamish rivers, Pilchuck, Jim, Siberia, and Canyon Creeks. Total new redd counts are multiplied by 2.5 to estimate number of fish. Total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.SCoRE, SOS
1083South Fork Stillaguamish Chinook4Chinook201780.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.Data are total hatchery origin escapement estimates based on total redd counts from aerial, foot, and float surveys on the mainstem Stillaguamish and South Fork Stillaguamish rivers, Pilchuck, Jim, Siberia, and Canyon Creeks. Total new redd counts are multiplied by 2.5 to estimate number of fish. Total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.GMR expandedSCoRE, SOS
1106Skykomish Chinook1Chinook20053201.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys plus Sunset Falls passage. On the Pilchuck, Sultan, and Wallace rivers and Elwell, Wallace, Bridal Veil, and Olney creeks, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snohomish, Skykomish, and North Fork Skykomish Rivers, total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime reddlife data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Counts of Chinook passed above Sunset Falls on the South Fork Skykomish are then added.Not possible to determine the HOS/NOS fractions for the Wallace River, the Skykomish population, or the basin due to no HOS/NOS sampling in the Wallace River in 2005.SCoRE, SOS
1106Skykomish Chinook1Chinook19863377.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys plus Sunset Falls passage. On the Pilchuck, Sultan, and Wallace rivers and Elwell, Wallace, Bridal Veil, and Olney creeks, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snohomish, Skykomish, and North Fork Skykomish Rivers, total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime reddlife data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Counts of Chinook passed above Sunset Falls on the South Fork Skykomish are then added.SCoRE, SOS
1106Skykomish Chinook1Chinook19873834.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys plus Sunset Falls passage. On the Pilchuck, Sultan, and Wallace rivers and Elwell, Wallace, Bridal Veil, and Olney creeks, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snohomish, Skykomish, and North Fork Skykomish Rivers, total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime reddlife data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Counts of Chinook passed above Sunset Falls on the South Fork Skykomish are then added.SCoRE, SOS
1106Skykomish Chinook1Chinook19884004.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys plus Sunset Falls passage. On the Pilchuck, Sultan, and Wallace rivers and Elwell, Wallace, Bridal Veil, and Olney creeks, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snohomish, Skykomish, and North Fork Skykomish Rivers, total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime reddlife data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Counts of Chinook passed above Sunset Falls on the South Fork Skykomish are then added.SCoRE, SOS
1106Skykomish Chinook1Chinook19892221.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys plus Sunset Falls passage. On the Pilchuck, Sultan, and Wallace rivers and Elwell, Wallace, Bridal Veil, and Olney creeks, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snohomish, Skykomish, and North Fork Skykomish Rivers, total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime reddlife data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Counts of Chinook passed above Sunset Falls on the South Fork Skykomish are then added.SCoRE, SOS
1106Skykomish Chinook1Chinook19903445.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys plus Sunset Falls passage. On the Pilchuck, Sultan, and Wallace rivers and Elwell, Wallace, Bridal Veil, and Olney creeks, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snohomish, Skykomish, and North Fork Skykomish Rivers, total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime reddlife data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Counts of Chinook passed above Sunset Falls on the South Fork Skykomish are then added.SCoRE, SOS
1106Skykomish Chinook1Chinook19912172.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys plus Sunset Falls passage. On the Pilchuck, Sultan, and Wallace rivers and Elwell, Wallace, Bridal Veil, and Olney creeks, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snohomish, Skykomish, and North Fork Skykomish Rivers, total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime reddlife data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Counts of Chinook passed above Sunset Falls on the South Fork Skykomish are then added.SCoRE, SOS
1106Skykomish Chinook1Chinook19922002.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys plus Sunset Falls passage. On the Pilchuck, Sultan, and Wallace rivers and Elwell, Wallace, Bridal Veil, and Olney creeks, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snohomish, Skykomish, and North Fork Skykomish Rivers, total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime reddlife data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Counts of Chinook passed above Sunset Falls on the South Fork Skykomish are then added.SCoRE, SOS
1106Skykomish Chinook1Chinook19931653.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys plus Sunset Falls passage. On the Pilchuck, Sultan, and Wallace rivers and Elwell, Wallace, Bridal Veil, and Olney creeks, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snohomish, Skykomish, and North Fork Skykomish Rivers, total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime reddlife data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Counts of Chinook passed above Sunset Falls on the South Fork Skykomish are then added.SCoRE, SOS
1106Skykomish Chinook1Chinook19942898.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys plus Sunset Falls passage. On the Pilchuck, Sultan, and Wallace rivers and Elwell, Wallace, Bridal Veil, and Olney creeks, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snohomish, Skykomish, and North Fork Skykomish Rivers, total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime reddlife data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Counts of Chinook passed above Sunset Falls on the South Fork Skykomish are then added.SCoRE, SOS
1106Skykomish Chinook1Chinook19952791.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys plus Sunset Falls passage. On the Pilchuck, Sultan, and Wallace rivers and Elwell, Wallace, Bridal Veil, and Olney creeks, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snohomish, Skykomish, and North Fork Skykomish Rivers, total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime reddlife data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Counts of Chinook passed above Sunset Falls on the South Fork Skykomish are then added.SCoRE, SOS
1106Skykomish Chinook1Chinook19963819.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys plus Sunset Falls passage. On the Pilchuck, Sultan, and Wallace rivers and Elwell, Wallace, Bridal Veil, and Olney creeks, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snohomish, Skykomish, and North Fork Skykomish Rivers, total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime reddlife data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Counts of Chinook passed above Sunset Falls on the South Fork Skykomish are then added.SCoRE, SOS
1106Skykomish Chinook1Chinook20024327.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys plus Sunset Falls passage. On the Pilchuck, Sultan, and Wallace rivers and Elwell, Wallace, Bridal Veil, and Olney creeks, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snohomish, Skykomish, and North Fork Skykomish Rivers, total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime reddlife data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Counts of Chinook passed above Sunset Falls on the South Fork Skykomish are then added.Not possible to determine the HOS/NOS fractions for the Skykomish population or the basin from 20022004 due to unmarked Wallace River Hatchery subyearling Chinook releases that occurred annually through broodyear 1999 (release year 2000) affecting return years 20022004.SCoRE, SOS
1106Skykomish Chinook1Chinook20033472.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys plus Sunset Falls passage. On the Pilchuck, Sultan, and Wallace rivers and Elwell, Wallace, Bridal Veil, and Olney creeks, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snohomish, Skykomish, and North Fork Skykomish Rivers, total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime reddlife data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Counts of Chinook passed above Sunset Falls on the South Fork Skykomish are then added.Not possible to determine the HOS/NOS fractions for the Skykomish population or the basin from 20022004 due to unmarked Wallace River Hatchery subyearling Chinook releases that occurred annually through broodyear 1999 (release year 2000) affecting return years 20022004.SCoRE, SOS
1106Skykomish Chinook1Chinook20047614.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys plus Sunset Falls passage. On the Pilchuck, Sultan, and Wallace rivers and Elwell, Wallace, Bridal Veil, and Olney creeks, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snohomish, Skykomish, and North Fork Skykomish Rivers, total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime reddlife data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Counts of Chinook passed above Sunset Falls on the South Fork Skykomish are then added.Not possible to determine the HOS/NOS fractions for the Skykomish population or the basin from 20022004 due to unmarked Wallace River Hatchery subyearling Chinook releases that occurred annually through broodyear 1999 (release year 2000) affecting return years 20022004.SCoRE, SOS
1106Skykomish Chinook1Chinook19654693.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys plus Sunset Falls passage. On the Pilchuck, Sultan, and Wallace rivers and Elwell, Wallace, Bridal Veil, and Olney creeks, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snohomish, Skykomish, and North Fork Skykomish Rivers, total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime reddlife data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Counts of Chinook passed above Sunset Falls on the South Fork Skykomish are then added.SCoRE, SOS
1106Skykomish Chinook1Chinook19666463.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys plus Sunset Falls passage. On the Pilchuck, Sultan, and Wallace rivers and Elwell, Wallace, Bridal Veil, and Olney creeks, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snohomish, Skykomish, and North Fork Skykomish Rivers, total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime reddlife data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Counts of Chinook passed above Sunset Falls on the South Fork Skykomish are then added.SCoRE, SOS
1106Skykomish Chinook1Chinook19672899.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys plus Sunset Falls passage. On the Pilchuck, Sultan, and Wallace rivers and Elwell, Wallace, Bridal Veil, and Olney creeks, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snohomish, Skykomish, and North Fork Skykomish Rivers, total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime reddlife data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Counts of Chinook passed above Sunset Falls on the South Fork Skykomish are then added.SCoRE, SOS
1106Skykomish Chinook1Chinook19684301.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys plus Sunset Falls passage. On the Pilchuck, Sultan, and Wallace rivers and Elwell, Wallace, Bridal Veil, and Olney creeks, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snohomish, Skykomish, and North Fork Skykomish Rivers, total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime reddlife data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Counts of Chinook passed above Sunset Falls on the South Fork Skykomish are then added.SCoRE, SOS
1106Skykomish Chinook1Chinook19693066.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys plus Sunset Falls passage. On the Pilchuck, Sultan, and Wallace rivers and Elwell, Wallace, Bridal Veil, and Olney creeks, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snohomish, Skykomish, and North Fork Skykomish Rivers, total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime reddlife data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Counts of Chinook passed above Sunset Falls on the South Fork Skykomish are then added.SCoRE, SOS
1106Skykomish Chinook1Chinook19704687.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys plus Sunset Falls passage. On the Pilchuck, Sultan, and Wallace rivers and Elwell, Wallace, Bridal Veil, and Olney creeks, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snohomish, Skykomish, and North Fork Skykomish Rivers, total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime reddlife data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Counts of Chinook passed above Sunset Falls on the South Fork Skykomish are then added.SCoRE, SOS
1106Skykomish Chinook1Chinook19716756.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys plus Sunset Falls passage. On the Pilchuck, Sultan, and Wallace rivers and Elwell, Wallace, Bridal Veil, and Olney creeks, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snohomish, Skykomish, and North Fork Skykomish Rivers, total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime reddlife data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Counts of Chinook passed above Sunset Falls on the South Fork Skykomish are then added.SCoRE, SOS
1106Skykomish Chinook1Chinook19722726.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys plus Sunset Falls passage. On the Pilchuck, Sultan, and Wallace rivers and Elwell, Wallace, Bridal Veil, and Olney creeks, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snohomish, Skykomish, and North Fork Skykomish Rivers, total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime reddlife data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Counts of Chinook passed above Sunset Falls on the South Fork Skykomish are then added.SCoRE, SOS
1106Skykomish Chinook1Chinook19733621.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys plus Sunset Falls passage. On the Pilchuck, Sultan, and Wallace rivers and Elwell, Wallace, Bridal Veil, and Olney creeks, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snohomish, Skykomish, and North Fork Skykomish Rivers, total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime reddlife data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Counts of Chinook passed above Sunset Falls on the South Fork Skykomish are then added.SCoRE, SOS
1106Skykomish Chinook1Chinook19744684.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys plus Sunset Falls passage. On the Pilchuck, Sultan, and Wallace rivers and Elwell, Wallace, Bridal Veil, and Olney creeks, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snohomish, Skykomish, and North Fork Skykomish Rivers, total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime reddlife data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Counts of Chinook passed above Sunset Falls on the South Fork Skykomish are then added.SCoRE, SOS
1106Skykomish Chinook1Chinook19753030.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys plus Sunset Falls passage. On the Pilchuck, Sultan, and Wallace rivers and Elwell, Wallace, Bridal Veil, and Olney creeks, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snohomish, Skykomish, and North Fork Skykomish Rivers, total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime reddlife data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Counts of Chinook passed above Sunset Falls on the South Fork Skykomish are then added.SCoRE, SOS
1106Skykomish Chinook1Chinook19763223.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys plus Sunset Falls passage. On the Pilchuck, Sultan, and Wallace rivers and Elwell, Wallace, Bridal Veil, and Olney creeks, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snohomish, Skykomish, and North Fork Skykomish Rivers, total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime reddlife data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Counts of Chinook passed above Sunset Falls on the South Fork Skykomish are then added.SCoRE, SOS
1106Skykomish Chinook1Chinook19774529.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys plus Sunset Falls passage. On the Pilchuck, Sultan, and Wallace rivers and Elwell, Wallace, Bridal Veil, and Olney creeks, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snohomish, Skykomish, and North Fork Skykomish Rivers, total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime reddlife data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Counts of Chinook passed above Sunset Falls on the South Fork Skykomish are then added.SCoRE, SOS
1106Skykomish Chinook1Chinook19785849.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys plus Sunset Falls passage. On the Pilchuck, Sultan, and Wallace rivers and Elwell, Wallace, Bridal Veil, and Olney creeks, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snohomish, Skykomish, and North Fork Skykomish Rivers, total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime reddlife data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Counts of Chinook passed above Sunset Falls on the South Fork Skykomish are then added.SCoRE, SOS
1106Skykomish Chinook1Chinook19795277.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys plus Sunset Falls passage. On the Pilchuck, Sultan, and Wallace rivers and Elwell, Wallace, Bridal Veil, and Olney creeks, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snohomish, Skykomish, and North Fork Skykomish Rivers, total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime reddlife data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Counts of Chinook passed above Sunset Falls on the South Fork Skykomish are then added.SCoRE, SOS
1106Skykomish Chinook1Chinook19805221.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys plus Sunset Falls passage. On the Pilchuck, Sultan, and Wallace rivers and Elwell, Wallace, Bridal Veil, and Olney creeks, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snohomish, Skykomish, and North Fork Skykomish Rivers, total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime reddlife data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Counts of Chinook passed above Sunset Falls on the South Fork Skykomish are then added.SCoRE, SOS
1106Skykomish Chinook1Chinook19812408.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys plus Sunset Falls passage. On the Pilchuck, Sultan, and Wallace rivers and Elwell, Wallace, Bridal Veil, and Olney creeks, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snohomish, Skykomish, and North Fork Skykomish Rivers, total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime reddlife data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Counts of Chinook passed above Sunset Falls on the South Fork Skykomish are then added.SCoRE, SOS
1106Skykomish Chinook1Chinook19823690.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys plus Sunset Falls passage. On the Pilchuck, Sultan, and Wallace rivers and Elwell, Wallace, Bridal Veil, and Olney creeks, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snohomish, Skykomish, and North Fork Skykomish Rivers, total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime reddlife data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Counts of Chinook passed above Sunset Falls on the South Fork Skykomish are then added.SCoRE, SOS
1106Skykomish Chinook1Chinook19832813.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys plus Sunset Falls passage. On the Pilchuck, Sultan, and Wallace rivers and Elwell, Wallace, Bridal Veil, and Olney creeks, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snohomish, Skykomish, and North Fork Skykomish Rivers, total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime reddlife data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Counts of Chinook passed above Sunset Falls on the South Fork Skykomish are then added.SCoRE, SOS
1106Skykomish Chinook1Chinook19842389.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys plus Sunset Falls passage. On the Pilchuck, Sultan, and Wallace rivers and Elwell, Wallace, Bridal Veil, and Olney creeks, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snohomish, Skykomish, and North Fork Skykomish Rivers, total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime reddlife data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Counts of Chinook passed above Sunset Falls on the South Fork Skykomish are then added.SCoRE, SOS
1106Skykomish Chinook1Chinook19853580.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys plus Sunset Falls passage. On the Pilchuck, Sultan, and Wallace rivers and Elwell, Wallace, Bridal Veil, and Olney creeks, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snohomish, Skykomish, and North Fork Skykomish Rivers, total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime reddlife data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Counts of Chinook passed above Sunset Falls on the South Fork Skykomish are then added.SCoRE, SOS
1106Skykomish Chinook2Chinook19971540.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.Data are total natural origin spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys plus Sunset Falls passage. On the Pilchuck, Sultan, and Wallace rivers and Elwell, Wallace, Bridal Veil, and Olney creeks, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snohomish, Skykomish, and North Fork Skykomish Rivers, total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime reddlife data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Counts of Chinook passed above Sunset Falls on the South Fork Skykomish are then added. Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.SCoRE, SOS
1106Skykomish Chinook2Chinook19991401.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.Data are total natural origin spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys plus Sunset Falls passage. On the Pilchuck, Sultan, and Wallace rivers and Elwell, Wallace, Bridal Veil, and Olney creeks, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snohomish, Skykomish, and North Fork Skykomish Rivers, total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime reddlife data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Counts of Chinook passed above Sunset Falls on the South Fork Skykomish are then added. Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.SCoRE, SOS
1106Skykomish Chinook2Chinook20013054.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.Data are total natural origin spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys plus Sunset Falls passage. On the Pilchuck, Sultan, and Wallace rivers and Elwell, Wallace, Bridal Veil, and Olney creeks, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snohomish, Skykomish, and North Fork Skykomish Rivers, total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime reddlife data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Counts of Chinook passed above Sunset Falls on the South Fork Skykomish are then added. Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.SCoRE, SOS
1106Skykomish Chinook2Chinook20071510.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.Data are total natural origin spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys plus Sunset Falls passage. On the Pilchuck, Sultan, and Wallace rivers and Elwell, Wallace, Bridal Veil, and Olney creeks, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snohomish, Skykomish, and North Fork Skykomish Rivers, total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime reddlife data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Counts of Chinook passed above Sunset Falls on the South Fork Skykomish are then added. Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.A total of 706 adult and jack Chinook were passed above Sunset Falls. Redd counts for upper reaches of aerial survey on 10/11/07 were estimated based on ratios of flight surveyable reaches flown on 10/11/07 and 9/28/07, due to poor visibility.SCoRE, SOS
1106Skykomish Chinook2Chinook20091146.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.Data are total natural origin spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys plus Sunset Falls passage. On the Pilchuck, Sultan, and Wallace rivers and Elwell, Wallace, Bridal Veil, and Olney creeks, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snohomish, Skykomish, and North Fork Skykomish Rivers, total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime reddlife data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Counts of Chinook passed above Sunset Falls on the South Fork Skykomish are then added. Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.Survey coverage fair to good. Count includes 672 adult Chinook estimated from four flight surveys of Snoh/Sky to Sunset Falls (RM 51.5), and 342 adult chinook trapped and hauled at Sunset Falls. NF Sky contributed 38 adult Chinook to this count based on two flight surveys to RM 13.5.SCoRE, SOS
1106Skykomish Chinook2Chinook2011876.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.Data are total natural origin spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys plus Sunset Falls passage. On the Pilchuck, Sultan, and Wallace rivers and Elwell, Wallace, Bridal Veil, and Olney creeks, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snohomish, Skykomish, and North Fork Skykomish Rivers, total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime reddlife data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Counts of Chinook passed above Sunset Falls on the South Fork Skykomish are then added. Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.Good survey coverage.SCoRE, SOS
1106Skykomish Chinook2Chinook20131860.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.Data are total natural origin spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys plus Sunset Falls passage. On the Pilchuck, Sultan, and Wallace rivers and Elwell, Wallace, Bridal Veil, and Olney creeks, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snohomish, Skykomish, and North Fork Skykomish Rivers, total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime reddlife data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Counts of Chinook passed above Sunset Falls on the South Fork Skykomish are then added. Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.Good survey coverage.SCoRE, SOS
1106Skykomish Chinook2Chinook19981495.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.Data are total natural origin spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys plus Sunset Falls passage. On the Pilchuck, Sultan, and Wallace rivers and Elwell, Wallace, Bridal Veil, and Olney creeks, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snohomish, Skykomish, and North Fork Skykomish Rivers, total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime reddlife data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Counts of Chinook passed above Sunset Falls on the South Fork Skykomish are then added. Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.SCoRE, SOS
1106Skykomish Chinook2Chinook20001775.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.Data are total natural origin spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys plus Sunset Falls passage. On the Pilchuck, Sultan, and Wallace rivers and Elwell, Wallace, Bridal Veil, and Olney creeks, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snohomish, Skykomish, and North Fork Skykomish Rivers, total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime reddlife data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Counts of Chinook passed above Sunset Falls on the South Fork Skykomish are then added. Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.SCoRE, SOS
1106Skykomish Chinook2Chinook20064642.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.Data are total natural origin spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys plus Sunset Falls passage. On the Pilchuck, Sultan, and Wallace rivers and Elwell, Wallace, Bridal Veil, and Olney creeks, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snohomish, Skykomish, and North Fork Skykomish Rivers, total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime reddlife data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Counts of Chinook passed above Sunset Falls on the South Fork Skykomish are then added. Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.SCoRE, SOS
1106Skykomish Chinook2Chinook20084780.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.Data are total natural origin spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys plus Sunset Falls passage. On the Pilchuck, Sultan, and Wallace rivers and Elwell, Wallace, Bridal Veil, and Olney creeks, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snohomish, Skykomish, and North Fork Skykomish Rivers, total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime reddlife data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Counts of Chinook passed above Sunset Falls on the South Fork Skykomish are then added. Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.Fair survey coverage. Includes 1,899 from Skykomish aerial surveys and 776 passed above Sunset Falls. Four surveys of Snoh/Sky flown from RM 20.5 to 51.5 estimating 760 redds. NF Skykomish RM 0.0 to 13.5 expanded to 17 redds based on 2002 flight data where INDX 0.01.0 was 0.2933 of total reach. High flows early necessitated extension of survey area in Pilchuck R above RM 17.0 for added 79 redds.SCoRE, SOS
1106Skykomish Chinook2Chinook20101836.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.Data are total natural origin spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys plus Sunset Falls passage. On the Pilchuck, Sultan, and Wallace rivers and Elwell, Wallace, Bridal Veil, and Olney creeks, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snohomish, Skykomish, and North Fork Skykomish Rivers, total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime reddlife data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Counts of Chinook passed above Sunset Falls on the South Fork Skykomish are then added. Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.Good survey coverage.SCoRE, SOS
1106Skykomish Chinook2Chinook20122462.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.Data are total natural origin spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys plus Sunset Falls passage. On the Pilchuck, Sultan, and Wallace rivers and Elwell, Wallace, Bridal Veil, and Olney creeks, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snohomish, Skykomish, and North Fork Skykomish Rivers, total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime reddlife data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Counts of Chinook passed above Sunset Falls on the South Fork Skykomish are then added. Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.SCoRE, SOS
1106Skykomish Chinook2Chinook20141654.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.Data are total natural origin spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys plus Sunset Falls passage. On the Pilchuck, Sultan, and Wallace rivers and Elwell, Wallace, Bridal Veil, and Olney creeks, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snohomish, Skykomish, and North Fork Skykomish Rivers, total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime reddlife data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Counts of Chinook passed above Sunset Falls on the South Fork Skykomish are then added. Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.SCoRE, SOS
1106Skykomish Chinook2Chinook20151585.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.Data are total natural origin spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys plus Sunset Falls passage. On the Pilchuck, Sultan, and Wallace rivers and Elwell, Wallace, Bridal Veil, and Olney creeks, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snohomish, Skykomish, and North Fork Skykomish Rivers, total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime reddlife data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Counts of Chinook passed above Sunset Falls on the South Fork Skykomish are then added. Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.SCoRE, SOS
1106Skykomish Chinook2Chinook20162363.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.Data are total natural origin spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys plus Sunset Falls passage. On the Pilchuck, Sultan, and Wallace rivers and Elwell, Wallace, Bridal Veil, and Olney creeks, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snohomish, Skykomish, and North Fork Skykomish Rivers, total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime reddlife data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Counts of Chinook passed above Sunset Falls on the South Fork Skykomish are then added. Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.SCoRE, SOS
1106Skykomish Chinook2Chinook20172783.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.Data are total natural origin spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys plus Sunset Falls passage. On the Pilchuck, Sultan, and Wallace rivers and Elwell, Wallace, Bridal Veil, and Olney creeks, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snohomish, Skykomish, and North Fork Skykomish Rivers, total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime reddlife data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Counts of Chinook passed above Sunset Falls on the South Fork Skykomish are then added. Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.Preliminary pending review of thermal marked otolith samples.SCoRE, SOS
1106Skykomish Chinook2Chinook20182259.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.Data are total natural origin spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys plus Sunset Falls passage. On the Pilchuck, Sultan, and Wallace rivers and Elwell, Wallace, Bridal Veil, and Olney creeks, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snohomish, Skykomish, and North Fork Skykomish Rivers, total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime reddlife data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Counts of Chinook passed above Sunset Falls on the South Fork Skykomish are then added. Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.SCoRE, SOS
1106Skykomish Chinook3Chinook20161422.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.Data are total hatchery origin spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys plus Sunset Falls passage. On the Pilchuck, Sultan, and Wallace rivers and Elwell, Wallace, Bridal Veil, and Olney creeks, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snohomish, Skykomish, and North Fork Skykomish Rivers, total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime reddlife data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Counts of Chinook passed above Sunset Falls on the South Fork Skykomish are then added. Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.SCoRE, SOS
1106Skykomish Chinook3Chinook20151449.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.Data are total hatchery origin spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys plus Sunset Falls passage. On the Pilchuck, Sultan, and Wallace rivers and Elwell, Wallace, Bridal Veil, and Olney creeks, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snohomish, Skykomish, and North Fork Skykomish Rivers, total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime reddlife data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Counts of Chinook passed above Sunset Falls on the South Fork Skykomish are then added. Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.SCoRE, SOS
1106Skykomish Chinook3Chinook20141409.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.Data are total hatchery origin spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys plus Sunset Falls passage. On the Pilchuck, Sultan, and Wallace rivers and Elwell, Wallace, Bridal Veil, and Olney creeks, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snohomish, Skykomish, and North Fork Skykomish Rivers, total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime reddlife data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Counts of Chinook passed above Sunset Falls on the South Fork Skykomish are then added. Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.SCoRE, SOS
1106Skykomish Chinook3Chinook1997621.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.Data are total hatchery origin spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys plus Sunset Falls passage. On the Pilchuck, Sultan, and Wallace rivers and Elwell, Wallace, Bridal Veil, and Olney creeks, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snohomish, Skykomish, and North Fork Skykomish Rivers, total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime reddlife data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Counts of Chinook passed above Sunset Falls on the South Fork Skykomish are then added. Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.SCoRE, SOS
1106Skykomish Chinook3Chinook19982920.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.Data are total hatchery origin spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys plus Sunset Falls passage. On the Pilchuck, Sultan, and Wallace rivers and Elwell, Wallace, Bridal Veil, and Olney creeks, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snohomish, Skykomish, and North Fork Skykomish Rivers, total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime reddlife data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Counts of Chinook passed above Sunset Falls on the South Fork Skykomish are then added. Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.SCoRE, SOS
1106Skykomish Chinook3Chinook19992045.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.Data are total hatchery origin spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys plus Sunset Falls passage. On the Pilchuck, Sultan, and Wallace rivers and Elwell, Wallace, Bridal Veil, and Olney creeks, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snohomish, Skykomish, and North Fork Skykomish Rivers, total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime reddlife data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Counts of Chinook passed above Sunset Falls on the South Fork Skykomish are then added. Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.SCoRE, SOS
1106Skykomish Chinook3Chinook20002893.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.Data are total hatchery origin spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys plus Sunset Falls passage. On the Pilchuck, Sultan, and Wallace rivers and Elwell, Wallace, Bridal Veil, and Olney creeks, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snohomish, Skykomish, and North Fork Skykomish Rivers, total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime reddlife data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Counts of Chinook passed above Sunset Falls on the South Fork Skykomish are then added. Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.SCoRE, SOS
1106Skykomish Chinook3Chinook20011523.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.Data are total hatchery origin spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys plus Sunset Falls passage. On the Pilchuck, Sultan, and Wallace rivers and Elwell, Wallace, Bridal Veil, and Olney creeks, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snohomish, Skykomish, and North Fork Skykomish Rivers, total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime reddlife data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Counts of Chinook passed above Sunset Falls on the South Fork Skykomish are then added. Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.SCoRE, SOS
1106Skykomish Chinook3Chinook2006931.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.Data are total hatchery origin spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys plus Sunset Falls passage. On the Pilchuck, Sultan, and Wallace rivers and Elwell, Wallace, Bridal Veil, and Olney creeks, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snohomish, Skykomish, and North Fork Skykomish Rivers, total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime reddlife data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Counts of Chinook passed above Sunset Falls on the South Fork Skykomish are then added. Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.SCoRE, SOS
1106Skykomish Chinook3Chinook20071138.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.Data are total hatchery origin spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys plus Sunset Falls passage. On the Pilchuck, Sultan, and Wallace rivers and Elwell, Wallace, Bridal Veil, and Olney creeks, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snohomish, Skykomish, and North Fork Skykomish Rivers, total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime reddlife data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Counts of Chinook passed above Sunset Falls on the South Fork Skykomish are then added. Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.A total of 706 adult and jack Chinook were passed above Sunset Falls. Redd counts for upper reaches of aerial survey on 10/11/07 were estimated based on ratios of flight surveyable reaches flown on 10/11/07 and 9/28/07, due to poor visibility.SCoRE, SOS
1106Skykomish Chinook3Chinook20081033.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.Data are total hatchery origin spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys plus Sunset Falls passage. On the Pilchuck, Sultan, and Wallace rivers and Elwell, Wallace, Bridal Veil, and Olney creeks, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snohomish, Skykomish, and North Fork Skykomish Rivers, total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime reddlife data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Counts of Chinook passed above Sunset Falls on the South Fork Skykomish are then added. Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.Fair survey coverage. Includes 1,899 from Skykomish aerial surveys and 776 passed above Sunset Falls. Four surveys of Snoh/Sky flown from RM 20.5 to 51.5 estimating 760 redds. NF Skykomish RM 0.0 to 13.5 expanded to 17 redds based on 2002 flight data where INDX 0.01.0 was 0.2933 of total reach. High flows early necessitated extension of survey area in Pilchuck R above RM 17.0 for added 79 redds.SCoRE, SOS
1106Skykomish Chinook3Chinook2009268.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.Data are total hatchery origin spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys plus Sunset Falls passage. On the Pilchuck, Sultan, and Wallace rivers and Elwell, Wallace, Bridal Veil, and Olney creeks, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snohomish, Skykomish, and North Fork Skykomish Rivers, total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime reddlife data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Counts of Chinook passed above Sunset Falls on the South Fork Skykomish are then added. Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.Survey coverage fair to good. Count includes 672 adult Chinook estimated from four flight surveys of Snoh/Sky to Sunset Falls (RM 51.5), and 342 adult chinook trapped and hauled at Sunset Falls. NF Sky contributed 38 adult Chinook to this count based on two flight surveys to RM 13.5.SCoRE, SOS
1106Skykomish Chinook3Chinook2010676.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.Data are total hatchery origin spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys plus Sunset Falls passage. On the Pilchuck, Sultan, and Wallace rivers and Elwell, Wallace, Bridal Veil, and Olney creeks, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snohomish, Skykomish, and North Fork Skykomish Rivers, total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime reddlife data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Counts of Chinook passed above Sunset Falls on the South Fork Skykomish are then added. Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.Good survey coverage.SCoRE, SOS
1106Skykomish Chinook3Chinook2011305.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.Data are total hatchery origin spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys plus Sunset Falls passage. On the Pilchuck, Sultan, and Wallace rivers and Elwell, Wallace, Bridal Veil, and Olney creeks, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snohomish, Skykomish, and North Fork Skykomish Rivers, total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime reddlife data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Counts of Chinook passed above Sunset Falls on the South Fork Skykomish are then added. Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.Good survey coverage.SCoRE, SOS
1106Skykomish Chinook3Chinook2013495.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.Data are total hatchery origin spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys plus Sunset Falls passage. On the Pilchuck, Sultan, and Wallace rivers and Elwell, Wallace, Bridal Veil, and Olney creeks, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snohomish, Skykomish, and North Fork Skykomish Rivers, total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime reddlife data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Counts of Chinook passed above Sunset Falls on the South Fork Skykomish are then added. Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.SCoRE, SOS
1106Skykomish Chinook3Chinook20121283.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.Data are total hatchery origin spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys plus Sunset Falls passage. On the Pilchuck, Sultan, and Wallace rivers and Elwell, Wallace, Bridal Veil, and Olney creeks, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snohomish, Skykomish, and North Fork Skykomish Rivers, total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime reddlife data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Counts of Chinook passed above Sunset Falls on the South Fork Skykomish are then added. Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.SCoRE, SOS
1106Skykomish Chinook3Chinook2018789.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.Data are total hatchery origin spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys plus Sunset Falls passage. On the Pilchuck, Sultan, and Wallace rivers and Elwell, Wallace, Bridal Veil, and Olney creeks, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snohomish, Skykomish, and North Fork Skykomish Rivers, total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime reddlife data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Counts of Chinook passed above Sunset Falls on the South Fork Skykomish are then added. Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.SCoRE, SOS
1106Skykomish Chinook3Chinook20171591.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.Data are total hatchery origin spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys plus Sunset Falls passage. On the Pilchuck, Sultan, and Wallace rivers and Elwell, Wallace, Bridal Veil, and Olney creeks, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snohomish, Skykomish, and North Fork Skykomish Rivers, total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime reddlife data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Counts of Chinook passed above Sunset Falls on the South Fork Skykomish are then added. Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.Preliminary pending review of thermal marked otolith samples.SCoRE, SOS
1108Snoqualmie Chinook1Chinook19861157.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys. On the Tolt and Raging Rivers, and Tokul Creek, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snoqualmie, several total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males).SCoRE, SOS
1108Snoqualmie Chinook1Chinook1987855.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys. On the Tolt and Raging Rivers, and Tokul Creek, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snoqualmie, several total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males).SCoRE, SOS
1108Snoqualmie Chinook1Chinook1988509.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys. On the Tolt and Raging Rivers, and Tokul Creek, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snoqualmie, several total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males).SCoRE, SOS
1108Snoqualmie Chinook1Chinook1989952.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys. On the Tolt and Raging Rivers, and Tokul Creek, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snoqualmie, several total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males).SCoRE, SOS
1108Snoqualmie Chinook1Chinook19901277.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys. On the Tolt and Raging Rivers, and Tokul Creek, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snoqualmie, several total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males).SCoRE, SOS
1108Snoqualmie Chinook1Chinook1991628.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys. On the Tolt and Raging Rivers, and Tokul Creek, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snoqualmie, several total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males).SCoRE, SOS
1108Snoqualmie Chinook1Chinook1992706.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys. On the Tolt and Raging Rivers, and Tokul Creek, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snoqualmie, several total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males).SCoRE, SOS
1108Snoqualmie Chinook1Chinook19932366.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys. On the Tolt and Raging Rivers, and Tokul Creek, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snoqualmie, several total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males).SCoRE, SOS
1108Snoqualmie Chinook1Chinook1994508.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys. On the Tolt and Raging Rivers, and Tokul Creek, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snoqualmie, several total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males).SCoRE, SOS
1108Snoqualmie Chinook1Chinook1995565.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys. On the Tolt and Raging Rivers, and Tokul Creek, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snoqualmie, several total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males).SCoRE, SOS
1108Snoqualmie Chinook1Chinook19961032.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys. On the Tolt and Raging Rivers, and Tokul Creek, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snoqualmie, several total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males).SCoRE, SOS
1108Snoqualmie Chinook1Chinook20022895.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys. On the Tolt and Raging Rivers, and Tokul Creek, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snoqualmie, several total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males).Not possible to determine the HOS/NOS fractions for the basin from 20022004 due to unmarked Wallace River Hatchery subyearling Chinook releases that occurred annually through broodyear 1999 (release year 2000) affecting return years 20022004.SCoRE, SOS
1108Snoqualmie Chinook1Chinook20031972.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys. On the Tolt and Raging Rivers, and Tokul Creek, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snoqualmie, several total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males).Not possible to determine the HOS/NOS fractions for the basin from 20022004 due to unmarked Wallace River Hatchery subyearling Chinook releases that occurred annually through broodyear 1999 (release year 2000) affecting return years 20022004.SCoRE, SOS
1108Snoqualmie Chinook1Chinook20042988.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys. On the Tolt and Raging Rivers, and Tokul Creek, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snoqualmie, several total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males).Not possible to determine the HOS/NOS fractions for the basin from 20022004 due to unmarked Wallace River Hatchery subyearling Chinook releases that occurred annually through broodyear 1999 (release year 2000) affecting return years 20022004.SCoRE, SOS
1108Snoqualmie Chinook1Chinook1965525.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys. On the Tolt and Raging Rivers, and Tokul Creek, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snoqualmie, several total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males).SCoRE, SOS
1108Snoqualmie Chinook1Chinook19661188.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys. On the Tolt and Raging Rivers, and Tokul Creek, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snoqualmie, several total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males).SCoRE, SOS
1108Snoqualmie Chinook1Chinook1967321.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys. On the Tolt and Raging Rivers, and Tokul Creek, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snoqualmie, several total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males).SCoRE, SOS
1108Snoqualmie Chinook1Chinook1968756.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys. On the Tolt and Raging Rivers, and Tokul Creek, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snoqualmie, several total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males).SCoRE, SOS
1108Snoqualmie Chinook1Chinook1969424.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys. On the Tolt and Raging Rivers, and Tokul Creek, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snoqualmie, several total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males).SCoRE, SOS
1108Snoqualmie Chinook1Chinook1970821.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys. On the Tolt and Raging Rivers, and Tokul Creek, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snoqualmie, several total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males).SCoRE, SOS
1108Snoqualmie Chinook1Chinook1971785.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys. On the Tolt and Raging Rivers, and Tokul Creek, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snoqualmie, several total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males).SCoRE, SOS
1108Snoqualmie Chinook1Chinook1972348.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys. On the Tolt and Raging Rivers, and Tokul Creek, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snoqualmie, several total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males).SCoRE, SOS
1108Snoqualmie Chinook1Chinook1973656.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys. On the Tolt and Raging Rivers, and Tokul Creek, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snoqualmie, several total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males).SCoRE, SOS
1108Snoqualmie Chinook1Chinook19741061.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys. On the Tolt and Raging Rivers, and Tokul Creek, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snoqualmie, several total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males).SCoRE, SOS
1108Snoqualmie Chinook1Chinook1975923.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys. On the Tolt and Raging Rivers, and Tokul Creek, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snoqualmie, several total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males).SCoRE, SOS
1108Snoqualmie Chinook1Chinook19761436.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys. On the Tolt and Raging Rivers, and Tokul Creek, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snoqualmie, several total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males).SCoRE, SOS
1108Snoqualmie Chinook1Chinook19771013.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys. On the Tolt and Raging Rivers, and Tokul Creek, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snoqualmie, several total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males).SCoRE, SOS
1108Snoqualmie Chinook1Chinook19782056.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys. On the Tolt and Raging Rivers, and Tokul Creek, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snoqualmie, several total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males).SCoRE, SOS
1108Snoqualmie Chinook1Chinook1979449.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys. On the Tolt and Raging Rivers, and Tokul Creek, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snoqualmie, several total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males).SCoRE, SOS
1108Snoqualmie Chinook1Chinook19801305.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys. On the Tolt and Raging Rivers, and Tokul Creek, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snoqualmie, several total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males).SCoRE, SOS
1108Snoqualmie Chinook1Chinook1981922.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys. On the Tolt and Raging Rivers, and Tokul Creek, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snoqualmie, several total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males).SCoRE, SOS
1108Snoqualmie Chinook1Chinook1982808.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys. On the Tolt and Raging Rivers, and Tokul Creek, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snoqualmie, several total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males).SCoRE, SOS
1108Snoqualmie Chinook1Chinook19831724.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys. On the Tolt and Raging Rivers, and Tokul Creek, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snoqualmie, several total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males).SCoRE, SOS
1108Snoqualmie Chinook1Chinook19841095.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys. On the Tolt and Raging Rivers, and Tokul Creek, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snoqualmie, several total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males).SCoRE, SOS
1108Snoqualmie Chinook1Chinook19851150.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Data are total spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys. On the Tolt and Raging Rivers, and Tokul Creek, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snoqualmie, several total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males).SCoRE, SOS
1108Snoqualmie Chinook2Chinook19971796.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.Data are total natural origin spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys. On the Tolt and Raging Rivers, and Tokul Creek, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snoqualmie, several total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.SCoRE, SOS
1108Snoqualmie Chinook2Chinook19981361.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.Data are total natural origin spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys. On the Tolt and Raging Rivers, and Tokul Creek, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snoqualmie, several total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.SCoRE, SOS
1108Snoqualmie Chinook2Chinook19991040.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.Data are total natural origin spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys. On the Tolt and Raging Rivers, and Tokul Creek, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snoqualmie, several total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.SCoRE, SOS
1108Snoqualmie Chinook2Chinook20001248.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.Data are total natural origin spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys. On the Tolt and Raging Rivers, and Tokul Creek, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snoqualmie, several total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.SCoRE, SOS
1108Snoqualmie Chinook2Chinook20013284.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.Data are total natural origin spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys. On the Tolt and Raging Rivers, and Tokul Creek, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snoqualmie, several total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.SCoRE, SOS
1108Snoqualmie Chinook2Chinook2005968.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.Data are total natural origin spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys. On the Tolt and Raging Rivers, and Tokul Creek, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snoqualmie, several total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.SCoRE, SOS
1108Snoqualmie Chinook2Chinook20062161.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.Data are total natural origin spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys. On the Tolt and Raging Rivers, and Tokul Creek, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snoqualmie, several total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.SCoRE, SOS
1108Snoqualmie Chinook2Chinook20071174.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.Data are total natural origin spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys. On the Tolt and Raging Rivers, and Tokul Creek, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snoqualmie, several total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.All index areas covered by ground counts (flight data not used). Pink spawning heavy by midOctober. High water delayed surveys on Oct 1st and 19th, and ended the season on November 20 in most indices.SCoRE, SOS
1108Snoqualmie Chinook2Chinook20082190.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.Data are total natural origin spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys. On the Tolt and Raging Rivers, and Tokul Creek, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snoqualmie, several total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.Fair survey coverage. Includes 1,360 Snoqualmie mainstem counts based on MRC float surveys.SCoRE, SOS
1108Snoqualmie Chinook2Chinook2009649.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.Data are total natural origin spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys. On the Tolt and Raging Rivers, and Tokul Creek, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snoqualmie, several total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.Good survey coverage.SCoRE, SOS
1108Snoqualmie Chinook2Chinook20101585.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.Data are total natural origin spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys. On the Tolt and Raging Rivers, and Tokul Creek, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snoqualmie, several total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.Good survey coverage.SCoRE, SOS
1108Snoqualmie Chinook2Chinook2011477.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.Data are total natural origin spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys. On the Tolt and Raging Rivers, and Tokul Creek, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snoqualmie, several total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.Good survey coverage.SCoRE, SOS
1108Snoqualmie Chinook2Chinook2013770.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.Data are total natural origin spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys. On the Tolt and Raging Rivers, and Tokul Creek, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snoqualmie, several total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.SCoRE, SOS
1108Snoqualmie Chinook2Chinook2012891.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.Data are total natural origin spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys. On the Tolt and Raging Rivers, and Tokul Creek, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snoqualmie, several total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.SCoRE, SOS
1108Snoqualmie Chinook2Chinook2014698.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.Data are total natural origin spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys. On the Tolt and Raging Rivers, and Tokul Creek, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snoqualmie, several total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.SCoRE, SOS
1108Snoqualmie Chinook2Chinook2015694.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.Data are total natural origin spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys. On the Tolt and Raging Rivers, and Tokul Creek, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snoqualmie, several total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.SCoRE, SOS
1108Snoqualmie Chinook2Chinook20161013.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.Data are total natural origin spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys. On the Tolt and Raging Rivers, and Tokul Creek, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snoqualmie, several total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.SCoRE, SOS
1108Snoqualmie Chinook2Chinook20171401.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.Data are total natural origin spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys. On the Tolt and Raging Rivers, and Tokul Creek, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snoqualmie, several total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.Preliminary pending review of thermal marked otolith samples.SCoRE, SOS
1108Snoqualmie Chinook2Chinook2018823.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.Data are total natural origin spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys. On the Tolt and Raging Rivers, and Tokul Creek, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snoqualmie, several total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.SCoRE, SOS
1108Snoqualmie Chinook3Chinook2016355.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.Data are total hatchery origin spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys. On the Tolt and Raging Rivers, and Tokul Creek, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snoqualmie, several total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.SCoRE, SOS
1108Snoqualmie Chinook3Chinook2015135.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.Data are total hatchery origin spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys. On the Tolt and Raging Rivers, and Tokul Creek, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snoqualmie, several total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.SCoRE, SOS
1108Snoqualmie Chinook3Chinook2014141.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.Data are total hatchery origin spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys. On the Tolt and Raging Rivers, and Tokul Creek, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snoqualmie, several total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.SCoRE, SOS
1108Snoqualmie Chinook3Chinook1997121.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.Data are total hatchery origin spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys. On the Tolt and Raging Rivers, and Tokul Creek, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snoqualmie, several total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.SCoRE, SOS
1108Snoqualmie Chinook3Chinook1998530.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.Data are total hatchery origin spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys. On the Tolt and Raging Rivers, and Tokul Creek, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snoqualmie, several total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.SCoRE, SOS
1108Snoqualmie Chinook3Chinook1999305.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.Data are total hatchery origin spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys. On the Tolt and Raging Rivers, and Tokul Creek, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snoqualmie, several total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.SCoRE, SOS
1108Snoqualmie Chinook3Chinook2000179.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.Data are total hatchery origin spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys. On the Tolt and Raging Rivers, and Tokul Creek, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snoqualmie, several total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.SCoRE, SOS
1108Snoqualmie Chinook3Chinook2001305.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.Data are total hatchery origin spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys. On the Tolt and Raging Rivers, and Tokul Creek, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snoqualmie, several total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.SCoRE, SOS
1108Snoqualmie Chinook3Chinook2005311.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.Data are total hatchery origin spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys. On the Tolt and Raging Rivers, and Tokul Creek, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snoqualmie, several total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.SCoRE, SOS
1108Snoqualmie Chinook3Chinook2006454.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.Data are total hatchery origin spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys. On the Tolt and Raging Rivers, and Tokul Creek, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snoqualmie, several total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.SCoRE, SOS
1108Snoqualmie Chinook3Chinook2007160.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.Data are total hatchery origin spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys. On the Tolt and Raging Rivers, and Tokul Creek, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snoqualmie, several total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.All index areas covered by ground counts (flight data not used). Pink spawning heavy by midOctober. High water delayed surveys on Oct 1st and 19th, and ended the season on November 20 in most indices.SCoRE, SOS
1108Snoqualmie Chinook3Chinook2008370.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.Data are total hatchery origin spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys. On the Tolt and Raging Rivers, and Tokul Creek, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snoqualmie, several total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.Fair survey coverage. Includes 1,360 Snoqualmie mainstem counts based on MRC float surveys.SCoRE, SOS
1108Snoqualmie Chinook3Chinook2009246.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.Data are total hatchery origin spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys. On the Tolt and Raging Rivers, and Tokul Creek, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snoqualmie, several total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.Good survey coverage.SCoRE, SOS
1108Snoqualmie Chinook3Chinook2010203.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.Data are total hatchery origin spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys. On the Tolt and Raging Rivers, and Tokul Creek, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snoqualmie, several total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.Good survey coverage.SCoRE, SOS
1108Snoqualmie Chinook3Chinook2011225.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.Data are total hatchery origin spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys. On the Tolt and Raging Rivers, and Tokul Creek, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snoqualmie, several total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.Good survey coverage.SCoRE, SOS
1108Snoqualmie Chinook3Chinook2013119.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.Data are total hatchery origin spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys. On the Tolt and Raging Rivers, and Tokul Creek, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snoqualmie, several total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.SCoRE, SOS
1108Snoqualmie Chinook3Chinook2012488.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.Data are total hatchery origin spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys. On the Tolt and Raging Rivers, and Tokul Creek, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snoqualmie, several total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.SCoRE, SOS
1108Snoqualmie Chinook3Chinook2018339.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.Data are total hatchery origin spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys. On the Tolt and Raging Rivers, and Tokul Creek, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snoqualmie, several total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.SCoRE, SOS
1108Snoqualmie Chinook3Chinook2017344.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.Data are total hatchery origin spawner abundance estimates based on redd counts from aerial, foot and float surveys. On the Tolt and Raging Rivers, and Tokul Creek, multiple MRC (marked redd censuses) are used to count all new redds. On the mainstem Snoqualmie, several total visible redd counts from flight surveys are used to calculate redd curves (AUC method) for total redddays and then divided by a standard 21day redd life to estimate total redds, unless realtime redd life data is available and deemed more applicable. Redds are assumed to represent females. All estimates of total redds are then multiplied by 2.5 to estimate the total number of fish (females plus males). Escapement of Chinook by origin (hatchery or natural) was determined by applying ratios of hatchery marked carcasses and unmarked carcasses to the escapement estimate by reach groupings. Grouping reaches into subsets of the populations allows the calculation of hatchery origin recruits (HOR) and natural origin recruits (NOR) for escapement reaches where sample sizes were small or no carcasses were sampled.Preliminary pending review of thermal marked otolith samples.SCoRE, SOS
1128Sammamish Chinook1Chinook2004228.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedIndex Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawning in the wild.Data are the sum of index area escapement estimates for the two primary Chinook spawning areas within the Sammamish basin; 1) Bear Creek/Cottage Lake Creek and 2) Issaquah Creek. Chinook spawning escapement for the Bear/Cottage area is based on counts of live Chinook in Bear Creek (RM 1.3 to RM 7.1) and in Cottage Lake Creek (RM 0 to RM 3.5), and spawning escapement for the Issaquah area is comprised of total carcass counts in lower Issaquah Creek (RM 1.0 to RM 3.0) and East Fork Issaquah Creek (RM 0.0 to RM 3.1). Small numbers of Chinook are observed spawning in other portions of the Sammamish watershed in most years, but are not included in these escapement estimates. Hatcherynatural designations are made from visual inspection of adipose fin clips (marks/ no marks) on carcasses.SCoRE, SOS
1128Sammamish Chinook1Chinook2005195.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedIndex Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawning in the wild.Data are the sum of index area escapement estimates for the two primary Chinook spawning areas within the Sammamish basin; 1) Bear Creek/Cottage Lake Creek and 2) Issaquah Creek. Chinook spawning escapement for the Bear/Cottage area is based on counts of live Chinook in Bear Creek (RM 1.3 to RM 7.1) and in Cottage Lake Creek (RM 0 to RM 3.5), and spawning escapement for the Issaquah area is comprised of total carcass counts in lower Issaquah Creek (RM 1.0 to RM 3.0) and East Fork Issaquah Creek (RM 0.0 to RM 3.1). Small numbers of Chinook are observed spawning in other portions of the Sammamish watershed in most years, but are not included in these escapement estimates. Hatcherynatural designations are made from visual inspection of adipose fin clips (marks/ no marks) on carcasses.SCoRE, SOS
1128Sammamish Chinook1Chinook2006638.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedIndex Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawning in the wild.Data are the sum of index area escapement estimates for the two primary Chinook spawning areas within the Sammamish basin; 1) Bear Creek/Cottage Lake Creek and 2) Issaquah Creek. Chinook spawning escapement for the Bear/Cottage area is based on counts of live Chinook in Bear Creek (RM 1.3 to RM 7.1) and in Cottage Lake Creek (RM 0 to RM 3.5), and spawning escapement for the Issaquah area is comprised of total carcass counts in lower Issaquah Creek (RM 1.0 to RM 3.0) and East Fork Issaquah Creek (RM 0.0 to RM 3.1). Small numbers of Chinook are observed spawning in other portions of the Sammamish watershed in most years, but are not included in these escapement estimates. Hatcherynatural designations are made from visual inspection of adipose fin clips (marks/ no marks) on carcasses.SCoRE, SOS
1128Sammamish Chinook1Chinook2007140.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedIndex Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawning in the wild.Data are the sum of index area escapement estimates for the two primary Chinook spawning areas within the Sammamish basin; 1) Bear Creek/Cottage Lake Creek and 2) Issaquah Creek. Chinook spawning escapement for the Bear/Cottage area is based on counts of live Chinook in Bear Creek (RM 1.3 to RM 7.1) and in Cottage Lake Creek (RM 0 to RM 3.5), and spawning escapement for the Issaquah area is comprised of total carcass counts in lower Issaquah Creek (RM 1.0 to RM 3.0) and East Fork Issaquah Creek (RM 0.0 to RM 3.1). Small numbers of Chinook are observed spawning in other portions of the Sammamish watershed in most years, but are not included in these escapement estimates. Hatcherynatural designations are made from visual inspection of adipose fin clips (marks/ no marks) on carcasses.SCoRE, SOS
1128Sammamish Chinook1Chinook2008159.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedIndex Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawning in the wild.Data are the sum of index area escapement estimates for the two primary Chinook spawning areas within the Sammamish basin; 1) Bear Creek/Cottage Lake Creek and 2) Issaquah Creek. Chinook spawning escapement for the Bear/Cottage area is based on counts of live Chinook in Bear Creek (RM 1.3 to RM 7.1) and in Cottage Lake Creek (RM 0 to RM 3.5), and spawning escapement for the Issaquah area is comprised of total carcass counts in lower Issaquah Creek (RM 1.0 to RM 3.0) and East Fork Issaquah Creek (RM 0.0 to RM 3.1). Small numbers of Chinook are observed spawning in other portions of the Sammamish watershed in most years, but are not included in these escapement estimates. Hatcherynatural designations are made from visual inspection of adipose fin clips (marks/ no marks) on carcasses.SCoRE, SOS
1128Sammamish Chinook1Chinook200947.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedIndex Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawning in the wild.Data are the sum of index area escapement estimates for the two primary Chinook spawning areas within the Sammamish basin; 1) Bear Creek/Cottage Lake Creek and 2) Issaquah Creek. Chinook spawning escapement for the Bear/Cottage area is based on counts of live Chinook in Bear Creek (RM 1.3 to RM 7.1) and in Cottage Lake Creek (RM 0 to RM 3.5), and spawning escapement for the Issaquah area is comprised of total carcass counts in lower Issaquah Creek (RM 1.0 to RM 3.0) and East Fork Issaquah Creek (RM 0.0 to RM 3.1). Small numbers of Chinook are observed spawning in other portions of the Sammamish watershed in most years, but are not included in these escapement estimates. Hatcherynatural designations are made from visual inspection of adipose fin clips (marks/ no marks) on carcasses.SCoRE, SOS
1128Sammamish Chinook1Chinook201071.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedIndex Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawning in the wild.Data are the sum of index area escapement estimates for the two primary Chinook spawning areas within the Sammamish basin; 1) Bear Creek/Cottage Lake Creek and 2) Issaquah Creek. Chinook spawning escapement for the Bear/Cottage area is based on counts of live Chinook in Bear Creek (RM 1.3 to RM 7.1) and in Cottage Lake Creek (RM 0 to RM 3.5), and spawning escapement for the Issaquah area is comprised of total carcass counts in lower Issaquah Creek (RM 1.0 to RM 3.0) and East Fork Issaquah Creek (RM 0.0 to RM 3.1). Small numbers of Chinook are observed spawning in other portions of the Sammamish watershed in most years, but are not included in these escapement estimates. Hatcherynatural designations are made from visual inspection of adipose fin clips (marks/ no marks) on carcasses.SCoRE, SOS
1128Sammamish Chinook1Chinook201133.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedIndex Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawning in the wild.Data are the sum of index area escapement estimates for the two primary Chinook spawning areas within the Sammamish basin; 1) Bear Creek/Cottage Lake Creek and 2) Issaquah Creek. Chinook spawning escapement for the Bear/Cottage area is based on counts of live Chinook in Bear Creek (RM 1.3 to RM 7.1) and in Cottage Lake Creek (RM 0 to RM 3.5), and spawning escapement for the Issaquah area is comprised of total carcass counts in lower Issaquah Creek (RM 1.0 to RM 3.0) and East Fork Issaquah Creek (RM 0.0 to RM 3.1). Small numbers of Chinook are observed spawning in other portions of the Sammamish watershed in most years, but are not included in these escapement estimates. Hatcherynatural designations are made from visual inspection of adipose fin clips (marks/ no marks) on carcasses.SCoRE, SOS
1128Sammamish Chinook1Chinook2012165.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedIndex Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawning in the wild.Data are the sum of index area escapement estimates for the two primary Chinook spawning areas within the Sammamish basin; 1) Bear Creek/Cottage Lake Creek and 2) Issaquah Creek. Chinook spawning escapement for the Bear/Cottage area is based on counts of live Chinook in Bear Creek (RM 1.3 to RM 7.1) and in Cottage Lake Creek (RM 0 to RM 3.5), and spawning escapement for the Issaquah area is comprised of total carcass counts in lower Issaquah Creek (RM 1.0 to RM 3.0) and East Fork Issaquah Creek (RM 0.0 to RM 3.1). Small numbers of Chinook are observed spawning in other portions of the Sammamish watershed in most years, but are not included in these escapement estimates. Hatcherynatural designations are made from visual inspection of adipose fin clips (marks/ no marks) on carcasses.SCoRE, SOS
1128Sammamish Chinook1Chinook2013150.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedIndex Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawning in the wild.Data are the sum of index area escapement estimates for the two primary Chinook spawning areas within the Sammamish basin; 1) Bear Creek/Cottage Lake Creek and 2) Issaquah Creek. Chinook spawning escapement for the Bear/Cottage area is based on counts of live Chinook in Bear Creek (RM 1.3 to RM 7.1) and in Cottage Lake Creek (RM 0 to RM 3.5), and spawning escapement for the Issaquah area is comprised of total carcass counts in lower Issaquah Creek (RM 1.0 to RM 3.0) and East Fork Issaquah Creek (RM 0.0 to RM 3.1). Small numbers of Chinook are observed spawning in other portions of the Sammamish watershed in most years, but are not included in these escapement estimates. Hatcherynatural designations are made from visual inspection of adipose fin clips (marks/ no marks) on carcasses.SCoRE, SOS
1128Sammamish Chinook1Chinook201435.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedIndex Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawning in the wild.Data are the sum of index area escapement estimates for the two primary Chinook spawning areas within the Sammamish basin; 1) Bear Creek/Cottage Lake Creek and 2) Issaquah Creek. Chinook spawning escapement for the Bear/Cottage area is based on counts of live Chinook in Bear Creek (RM 1.3 to RM 7.1) and in Cottage Lake Creek (RM 0 to RM 3.5), and spawning escapement for the Issaquah area is comprised of total carcass counts in lower Issaquah Creek (RM 1.0 to RM 3.0) and East Fork Issaquah Creek (RM 0.0 to RM 3.1). Small numbers of Chinook are observed spawning in other portions of the Sammamish watershed in most years, but are not included in these escapement estimates. Hatcherynatural designations are made from visual inspection of adipose fin clips (marks/ no marks) on carcasses.SCoRE, SOS
1128Sammamish Chinook1Chinook201584.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedIndex Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawning in the wild.Data are the sum of index area escapement estimates for the two primary Chinook spawning areas within the Sammamish basin; 1) Bear Creek/Cottage Lake Creek and 2) Issaquah Creek. Chinook spawning escapement for the Bear/Cottage area is based on counts of live Chinook in Bear Creek (RM 1.3 to RM 7.1) and in Cottage Lake Creek (RM 0 to RM 3.5), and spawning escapement for the Issaquah area is comprised of total carcass counts in lower Issaquah Creek (RM 1.0 to RM 3.0) and East Fork Issaquah Creek (RM 0.0 to RM 3.1). Small numbers of Chinook are observed spawning in other portions of the Sammamish watershed in most years, but are not included in these escapement estimates. Hatcherynatural designations are made from visual inspection of adipose fin clips (marks/ no marks) on carcasses.SCoRE, SOS
1128Sammamish Chinook1Chinook2016147.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedIndex Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawning in the wild.Data are the sum of index area escapement estimates for the two primary Chinook spawning areas within the Sammamish basin; 1) Bear Creek/Cottage Lake Creek and 2) Issaquah Creek. Chinook spawning escapement for the Bear/Cottage area is based on counts of live Chinook in Bear Creek (RM 1.3 to RM 7.1) and in Cottage Lake Creek (RM 0 to RM 3.5), and spawning escapement for the Issaquah area is comprised of total carcass counts in lower Issaquah Creek (RM 1.0 to RM 3.0) and East Fork Issaquah Creek (RM 0.0 to RM 3.1). Small numbers of Chinook are observed spawning in other portions of the Sammamish watershed in most years, but are not included in these escapement estimates. Hatcherynatural designations are made from visual inspection of adipose fin clips (marks/ no marks) on carcasses.SCoRE, SOS
1128Sammamish Chinook1Chinook2017203.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedIndex Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawning in the wild.Data are the sum of index area escapement estimates for the two primary Chinook spawning areas within the Sammamish basin; 1) Bear Creek/Cottage Lake Creek and 2) Issaquah Creek. Chinook spawning escapement for the Bear/Cottage area is based on counts of live Chinook in Bear Creek (RM 1.3 to RM 7.1) and in Cottage Lake Creek (RM 0 to RM 3.5), and spawning escapement for the Issaquah area is comprised of total carcass counts in lower Issaquah Creek (RM 1.0 to RM 3.0) and East Fork Issaquah Creek (RM 0.0 to RM 3.1). Small numbers of Chinook are observed spawning in other portions of the Sammamish watershed in most years, but are not included in these escapement estimates. Hatcherynatural designations are made from visual inspection of adipose fin clips (marks/ no marks) on carcasses.SCoRE, SOS
1128Sammamish Chinook1Chinook201896.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedIndex Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawning in the wild.Data are the sum of index area escapement estimates for the two primary Chinook spawning areas within the Sammamish basin; 1) Bear Creek/Cottage Lake Creek and 2) Issaquah Creek. Chinook spawning escapement for the Bear/Cottage area is based on counts of live Chinook in Bear Creek (RM 1.3 to RM 7.1) and in Cottage Lake Creek (RM 0 to RM 3.5), and spawning escapement for the Issaquah area is comprised of total carcass counts in lower Issaquah Creek (RM 1.0 to RM 3.0) and East Fork Issaquah Creek (RM 0.0 to RM 3.1). Small numbers of Chinook are observed spawning in other portions of the Sammamish watershed in most years, but are not included in these escapement estimates. Hatcherynatural designations are made from visual inspection of adipose fin clips (marks/ no marks) on carcasses.SCoRE, SOS
1128Sammamish Chinook2Chinook20161100.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedIndex Hatchery SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawned in a hatchery.Data are the sum of index area escapement estimates for the two primary Chinook spawning areas within the Sammamish basin; 1) Bear Creek/Cottage Lake Creek and 2) Issaquah Creek. Chinook spawning escapement for the Bear/Cottage area is based on counts of live Chinook in Bear Creek (RM 1.3 to RM 7.1) and in Cottage Lake Creek (RM 0 to RM 3.5), and spawning escapement for the Issaquah area is comprised of total carcass counts in lower Issaquah Creek (RM 1.0 to RM 3.0) and East Fork Issaquah Creek (RM 0.0 to RM 3.1). Small numbers of Chinook are observed spawning in other portions of the Sammamish watershed in most years, but are not included in these escapement estimates. Hatcherynatural designations are made from visual inspection of adipose fin clips (marks/ no marks) on carcasses.SCoRE, SOS
1128Sammamish Chinook2Chinook2015904.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedIndex Hatchery SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawned in a hatchery.Data are the sum of index area escapement estimates for the two primary Chinook spawning areas within the Sammamish basin; 1) Bear Creek/Cottage Lake Creek and 2) Issaquah Creek. Chinook spawning escapement for the Bear/Cottage area is based on counts of live Chinook in Bear Creek (RM 1.3 to RM 7.1) and in Cottage Lake Creek (RM 0 to RM 3.5), and spawning escapement for the Issaquah area is comprised of total carcass counts in lower Issaquah Creek (RM 1.0 to RM 3.0) and East Fork Issaquah Creek (RM 0.0 to RM 3.1). Small numbers of Chinook are observed spawning in other portions of the Sammamish watershed in most years, but are not included in these escapement estimates. Hatcherynatural designations are made from visual inspection of adipose fin clips (marks/ no marks) on carcasses.SCoRE, SOS
1128Sammamish Chinook2Chinook2014447.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedIndex Hatchery SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawned in a hatchery.Data are the sum of index area escapement estimates for the two primary Chinook spawning areas within the Sammamish basin; 1) Bear Creek/Cottage Lake Creek and 2) Issaquah Creek. Chinook spawning escapement for the Bear/Cottage area is based on counts of live Chinook in Bear Creek (RM 1.3 to RM 7.1) and in Cottage Lake Creek (RM 0 to RM 3.5), and spawning escapement for the Issaquah area is comprised of total carcass counts in lower Issaquah Creek (RM 1.0 to RM 3.0) and East Fork Issaquah Creek (RM 0.0 to RM 3.1). Small numbers of Chinook are observed spawning in other portions of the Sammamish watershed in most years, but are not included in these escapement estimates. Hatcherynatural designations are made from visual inspection of adipose fin clips (marks/ no marks) on carcasses.SCoRE, SOS
1128Sammamish Chinook2Chinook2004784.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedIndex Hatchery SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawned in a hatchery.Data are the sum of index area escapement estimates for the two primary Chinook spawning areas within the Sammamish basin; 1) Bear Creek/Cottage Lake Creek and 2) Issaquah Creek. Chinook spawning escapement for the Bear/Cottage area is based on counts of live Chinook in Bear Creek (RM 1.3 to RM 7.1) and in Cottage Lake Creek (RM 0 to RM 3.5), and spawning escapement for the Issaquah area is comprised of total carcass counts in lower Issaquah Creek (RM 1.0 to RM 3.0) and East Fork Issaquah Creek (RM 0.0 to RM 3.1). Small numbers of Chinook are observed spawning in other portions of the Sammamish watershed in most years, but are not included in these escapement estimates. Hatcherynatural designations are made from visual inspection of adipose fin clips (marks/ no marks) on carcasses.SCoRE, SOS
1128Sammamish Chinook2Chinook2005671.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedIndex Hatchery SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawned in a hatchery.Data are the sum of index area escapement estimates for the two primary Chinook spawning areas within the Sammamish basin; 1) Bear Creek/Cottage Lake Creek and 2) Issaquah Creek. Chinook spawning escapement for the Bear/Cottage area is based on counts of live Chinook in Bear Creek (RM 1.3 to RM 7.1) and in Cottage Lake Creek (RM 0 to RM 3.5), and spawning escapement for the Issaquah area is comprised of total carcass counts in lower Issaquah Creek (RM 1.0 to RM 3.0) and East Fork Issaquah Creek (RM 0.0 to RM 3.1). Small numbers of Chinook are observed spawning in other portions of the Sammamish watershed in most years, but are not included in these escapement estimates. Hatcherynatural designations are made from visual inspection of adipose fin clips (marks/ no marks) on carcasses.SCoRE, SOS
1128Sammamish Chinook2Chinook20061585.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedIndex Hatchery SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawned in a hatchery.Data are the sum of index area escapement estimates for the two primary Chinook spawning areas within the Sammamish basin; 1) Bear Creek/Cottage Lake Creek and 2) Issaquah Creek. Chinook spawning escapement for the Bear/Cottage area is based on counts of live Chinook in Bear Creek (RM 1.3 to RM 7.1) and in Cottage Lake Creek (RM 0 to RM 3.5), and spawning escapement for the Issaquah area is comprised of total carcass counts in lower Issaquah Creek (RM 1.0 to RM 3.0) and East Fork Issaquah Creek (RM 0.0 to RM 3.1). Small numbers of Chinook are observed spawning in other portions of the Sammamish watershed in most years, but are not included in these escapement estimates. Hatcherynatural designations are made from visual inspection of adipose fin clips (marks/ no marks) on carcasses.SCoRE, SOS
1128Sammamish Chinook2Chinook20071160.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedIndex Hatchery SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawned in a hatchery.Data are the sum of index area escapement estimates for the two primary Chinook spawning areas within the Sammamish basin; 1) Bear Creek/Cottage Lake Creek and 2) Issaquah Creek. Chinook spawning escapement for the Bear/Cottage area is based on counts of live Chinook in Bear Creek (RM 1.3 to RM 7.1) and in Cottage Lake Creek (RM 0 to RM 3.5), and spawning escapement for the Issaquah area is comprised of total carcass counts in lower Issaquah Creek (RM 1.0 to RM 3.0) and East Fork Issaquah Creek (RM 0.0 to RM 3.1). Small numbers of Chinook are observed spawning in other portions of the Sammamish watershed in most years, but are not included in these escapement estimates. Hatcherynatural designations are made from visual inspection of adipose fin clips (marks/ no marks) on carcasses.SCoRE, SOS
1128Sammamish Chinook2Chinook20081142.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedIndex Hatchery SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawned in a hatchery.Data are the sum of index area escapement estimates for the two primary Chinook spawning areas within the Sammamish basin; 1) Bear Creek/Cottage Lake Creek and 2) Issaquah Creek. Chinook spawning escapement for the Bear/Cottage area is based on counts of live Chinook in Bear Creek (RM 1.3 to RM 7.1) and in Cottage Lake Creek (RM 0 to RM 3.5), and spawning escapement for the Issaquah area is comprised of total carcass counts in lower Issaquah Creek (RM 1.0 to RM 3.0) and East Fork Issaquah Creek (RM 0.0 to RM 3.1). Small numbers of Chinook are observed spawning in other portions of the Sammamish watershed in most years, but are not included in these escapement estimates. Hatcherynatural designations are made from visual inspection of adipose fin clips (marks/ no marks) on carcasses.SCoRE, SOS
1128Sammamish Chinook2Chinook2009877.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedIndex Hatchery SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawned in a hatchery.Data are the sum of index area escapement estimates for the two primary Chinook spawning areas within the Sammamish basin; 1) Bear Creek/Cottage Lake Creek and 2) Issaquah Creek. Chinook spawning escapement for the Bear/Cottage area is based on counts of live Chinook in Bear Creek (RM 1.3 to RM 7.1) and in Cottage Lake Creek (RM 0 to RM 3.5), and spawning escapement for the Issaquah area is comprised of total carcass counts in lower Issaquah Creek (RM 1.0 to RM 3.0) and East Fork Issaquah Creek (RM 0.0 to RM 3.1). Small numbers of Chinook are observed spawning in other portions of the Sammamish watershed in most years, but are not included in these escapement estimates. Hatcherynatural designations are made from visual inspection of adipose fin clips (marks/ no marks) on carcasses.SCoRE, SOS
1128Sammamish Chinook2Chinook20101710.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedIndex Hatchery SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawned in a hatchery.Data are the sum of index area escapement estimates for the two primary Chinook spawning areas within the Sammamish basin; 1) Bear Creek/Cottage Lake Creek and 2) Issaquah Creek. Chinook spawning escapement for the Bear/Cottage area is based on counts of live Chinook in Bear Creek (RM 1.3 to RM 7.1) and in Cottage Lake Creek (RM 0 to RM 3.5), and spawning escapement for the Issaquah area is comprised of total carcass counts in lower Issaquah Creek (RM 1.0 to RM 3.0) and East Fork Issaquah Creek (RM 0.0 to RM 3.1). Small numbers of Chinook are observed spawning in other portions of the Sammamish watershed in most years, but are not included in these escapement estimates. Hatcherynatural designations are made from visual inspection of adipose fin clips (marks/ no marks) on carcasses.SCoRE, SOS
1128Sammamish Chinook2Chinook2011700.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedIndex Hatchery SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawned in a hatchery.Data are the sum of index area escapement estimates for the two primary Chinook spawning areas within the Sammamish basin; 1) Bear Creek/Cottage Lake Creek and 2) Issaquah Creek. Chinook spawning escapement for the Bear/Cottage area is based on counts of live Chinook in Bear Creek (RM 1.3 to RM 7.1) and in Cottage Lake Creek (RM 0 to RM 3.5), and spawning escapement for the Issaquah area is comprised of total carcass counts in lower Issaquah Creek (RM 1.0 to RM 3.0) and East Fork Issaquah Creek (RM 0.0 to RM 3.1). Small numbers of Chinook are observed spawning in other portions of the Sammamish watershed in most years, but are not included in these escapement estimates. Hatcherynatural designations are made from visual inspection of adipose fin clips (marks/ no marks) on carcasses.SCoRE, SOS
1128Sammamish Chinook2Chinook20121869.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedIndex Hatchery SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawned in a hatchery.Data are the sum of index area escapement estimates for the two primary Chinook spawning areas within the Sammamish basin; 1) Bear Creek/Cottage Lake Creek and 2) Issaquah Creek. Chinook spawning escapement for the Bear/Cottage area is based on counts of live Chinook in Bear Creek (RM 1.3 to RM 7.1) and in Cottage Lake Creek (RM 0 to RM 3.5), and spawning escapement for the Issaquah area is comprised of total carcass counts in lower Issaquah Creek (RM 1.0 to RM 3.0) and East Fork Issaquah Creek (RM 0.0 to RM 3.1). Small numbers of Chinook are observed spawning in other portions of the Sammamish watershed in most years, but are not included in these escapement estimates. Hatcherynatural designations are made from visual inspection of adipose fin clips (marks/ no marks) on carcasses.SCoRE, SOS
1128Sammamish Chinook2Chinook20131428.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedIndex Hatchery SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawned in a hatchery.Data are the sum of index area escapement estimates for the two primary Chinook spawning areas within the Sammamish basin; 1) Bear Creek/Cottage Lake Creek and 2) Issaquah Creek. Chinook spawning escapement for the Bear/Cottage area is based on counts of live Chinook in Bear Creek (RM 1.3 to RM 7.1) and in Cottage Lake Creek (RM 0 to RM 3.5), and spawning escapement for the Issaquah area is comprised of total carcass counts in lower Issaquah Creek (RM 1.0 to RM 3.0) and East Fork Issaquah Creek (RM 0.0 to RM 3.1). Small numbers of Chinook are observed spawning in other portions of the Sammamish watershed in most years, but are not included in these escapement estimates. Hatcherynatural designations are made from visual inspection of adipose fin clips (marks/ no marks) on carcasses.SCoRE, SOS
1128Sammamish Chinook2Chinook2018563.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedIndex Hatchery SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawned in a hatchery.Data are the sum of index area escapement estimates for the two primary Chinook spawning areas within the Sammamish basin; 1) Bear Creek/Cottage Lake Creek and 2) Issaquah Creek. Chinook spawning escapement for the Bear/Cottage area is based on counts of live Chinook in Bear Creek (RM 1.3 to RM 7.1) and in Cottage Lake Creek (RM 0 to RM 3.5), and spawning escapement for the Issaquah area is comprised of total carcass counts in lower Issaquah Creek (RM 1.0 to RM 3.0) and East Fork Issaquah Creek (RM 0.0 to RM 3.1). Small numbers of Chinook are observed spawning in other portions of the Sammamish watershed in most years, but are not included in these escapement estimates. Hatcherynatural designations are made from visual inspection of adipose fin clips (marks/ no marks) on carcasses.SCoRE, SOS
1128Sammamish Chinook2Chinook20171321.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedIndex Hatchery SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawned in a hatchery.Data are the sum of index area escapement estimates for the two primary Chinook spawning areas within the Sammamish basin; 1) Bear Creek/Cottage Lake Creek and 2) Issaquah Creek. Chinook spawning escapement for the Bear/Cottage area is based on counts of live Chinook in Bear Creek (RM 1.3 to RM 7.1) and in Cottage Lake Creek (RM 0 to RM 3.5), and spawning escapement for the Issaquah area is comprised of total carcass counts in lower Issaquah Creek (RM 1.0 to RM 3.0) and East Fork Issaquah Creek (RM 0.0 to RM 3.1). Small numbers of Chinook are observed spawning in other portions of the Sammamish watershed in most years, but are not included in these escapement estimates. Hatcherynatural designations are made from visual inspection of adipose fin clips (marks/ no marks) on carcasses.SCoRE, SOS
1128Sammamish Chinook3Chinook1986528.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedIndex Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawning in the wild.Data are the sum of index area escapement estimates for Bear Creek/Cottage Lake Creek in the Sammamish basin. Chinook spawning escapement for the Bear/Cottage area is based on counts of live Chinook in Bear Creek (RM 1.3 to RM 7.1) and in Cottage Lake Creek (RM 0 to RM 2.3). Small numbers of Chinook are observed spawning in other portions of the Sammamish watershed in most years, but are not included in these escapement estimates.SCoRE, SOS
1128Sammamish Chinook3Chinook1987498.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedIndex Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawning in the wild.Data are the sum of index area escapement estimates for Bear Creek/Cottage Lake Creek in the Sammamish basin. Chinook spawning escapement for the Bear/Cottage area is based on counts of live Chinook in Bear Creek (RM 1.3 to RM 7.1) and in Cottage Lake Creek (RM 0 to RM 2.3). Small numbers of Chinook are observed spawning in other portions of the Sammamish watershed in most years, but are not included in these escapement estimates.SCoRE, SOS
1128Sammamish Chinook3Chinook1988233.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedIndex Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawning in the wild.Data are the sum of index area escapement estimates for Bear Creek/Cottage Lake Creek in the Sammamish basin. Chinook spawning escapement for the Bear/Cottage area is based on counts of live Chinook in Bear Creek (RM 1.3 to RM 7.1) and in Cottage Lake Creek (RM 0 to RM 2.3). Small numbers of Chinook are observed spawning in other portions of the Sammamish watershed in most years, but are not included in these escapement estimates.SCoRE, SOS
1128Sammamish Chinook3Chinook1989453.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedIndex Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawning in the wild.Data are the sum of index area escapement estimates for Bear Creek/Cottage Lake Creek in the Sammamish basin. Chinook spawning escapement for the Bear/Cottage area is based on counts of live Chinook in Bear Creek (RM 1.3 to RM 7.1) and in Cottage Lake Creek (RM 0 to RM 2.3). Small numbers of Chinook are observed spawning in other portions of the Sammamish watershed in most years, but are not included in these escapement estimates.SCoRE, SOS
1128Sammamish Chinook3Chinook1990318.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedIndex Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawning in the wild.Data are the sum of index area escapement estimates for Bear Creek/Cottage Lake Creek in the Sammamish basin. Chinook spawning escapement for the Bear/Cottage area is based on counts of live Chinook in Bear Creek (RM 1.3 to RM 7.1) and in Cottage Lake Creek (RM 0 to RM 2.3). Small numbers of Chinook are observed spawning in other portions of the Sammamish watershed in most years, but are not included in these escapement estimates.SCoRE, SOS
1128Sammamish Chinook3Chinook1991153.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedIndex Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawning in the wild.Data are the sum of index area escapement estimates for Bear Creek/Cottage Lake Creek in the Sammamish basin. Chinook spawning escapement for the Bear/Cottage area is based on counts of live Chinook in Bear Creek (RM 1.3 to RM 7.1) and in Cottage Lake Creek (RM 0 to RM 2.3). Small numbers of Chinook are observed spawning in other portions of the Sammamish watershed in most years, but are not included in these escapement estimates.SCoRE, SOS
1128Sammamish Chinook3Chinook1992265.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedIndex Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawning in the wild.Data are the sum of index area escapement estimates for Bear Creek/Cottage Lake Creek in the Sammamish basin. Chinook spawning escapement for the Bear/Cottage area is based on counts of live Chinook in Bear Creek (RM 1.3 to RM 7.1) and in Cottage Lake Creek (RM 0 to RM 2.3). Small numbers of Chinook are observed spawning in other portions of the Sammamish watershed in most years, but are not included in these escapement estimates.SCoRE, SOS
1128Sammamish Chinook3Chinook199389.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedIndex Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawning in the wild.Data are the sum of index area escapement estimates for Bear Creek/Cottage Lake Creek in the Sammamish basin. Chinook spawning escapement for the Bear/Cottage area is based on counts of live Chinook in Bear Creek (RM 1.3 to RM 7.1) and in Cottage Lake Creek (RM 0 to RM 2.3). Small numbers of Chinook are observed spawning in other portions of the Sammamish watershed in most years, but are not included in these escapement estimates.SCoRE, SOS
1128Sammamish Chinook3Chinook1994436.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedIndex Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawning in the wild.Data are the sum of index area escapement estimates for Bear Creek/Cottage Lake Creek in the Sammamish basin. Chinook spawning escapement for the Bear/Cottage area is based on counts of live Chinook in Bear Creek (RM 1.3 to RM 7.1) and in Cottage Lake Creek (RM 0 to RM 2.3). Small numbers of Chinook are observed spawning in other portions of the Sammamish watershed in most years, but are not included in these escapement estimates.SCoRE, SOS
1128Sammamish Chinook3Chinook1995249.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedIndex Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawning in the wild.Data are the sum of index area escapement estimates for Bear Creek/Cottage Lake Creek in the Sammamish basin. Chinook spawning escapement for the Bear/Cottage area is based on counts of live Chinook in Bear Creek (RM 1.3 to RM 7.1) and in Cottage Lake Creek (RM 0 to RM 2.3). Small numbers of Chinook are observed spawning in other portions of the Sammamish watershed in most years, but are not included in these escapement estimates.SCoRE, SOS
1128Sammamish Chinook3Chinook199633.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedIndex Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawning in the wild.Data are the sum of index area escapement estimates for Bear Creek/Cottage Lake Creek in the Sammamish basin. Chinook spawning escapement for the Bear/Cottage area is based on counts of live Chinook in Bear Creek (RM 1.3 to RM 7.1) and in Cottage Lake Creek (RM 0 to RM 2.3). Small numbers of Chinook are observed spawning in other portions of the Sammamish watershed in most years, but are not included in these escapement estimates.SCoRE, SOS
1128Sammamish Chinook3Chinook199767.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedIndex Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawning in the wild.Data are the sum of index area escapement estimates for Bear Creek/Cottage Lake Creek in the Sammamish basin. Chinook spawning escapement for the Bear/Cottage area is based on counts of live Chinook in Bear Creek (RM 1.3 to RM 7.1) and in Cottage Lake Creek (RM 0 to RM 2.3). Small numbers of Chinook are observed spawning in other portions of the Sammamish watershed in most years, but are not included in these escapement estimates.SCoRE, SOS
1128Sammamish Chinook3Chinook1983544.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedIndex Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawning in the wild.Data are the sum of index area escapement estimates for Bear Creek/Cottage Lake Creek in the Sammamish basin. Chinook spawning escapement for the Bear/Cottage area is based on counts of live Chinook in Bear Creek (RM 1.3 to RM 7.1) and in Cottage Lake Creek (RM 0 to RM 2.3). Small numbers of Chinook are observed spawning in other portions of the Sammamish watershed in most years, but are not included in these escapement estimates.SCoRE, SOS
1128Sammamish Chinook3Chinook1984354.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedIndex Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawning in the wild.Data are the sum of index area escapement estimates for Bear Creek/Cottage Lake Creek in the Sammamish basin. Chinook spawning escapement for the Bear/Cottage area is based on counts of live Chinook in Bear Creek (RM 1.3 to RM 7.1) and in Cottage Lake Creek (RM 0 to RM 2.3). Small numbers of Chinook are observed spawning in other portions of the Sammamish watershed in most years, but are not included in these escapement estimates.SCoRE, SOS
1128Sammamish Chinook3Chinook1985183.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedIndex Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawning in the wild.Data are the sum of index area escapement estimates for Bear Creek/Cottage Lake Creek in the Sammamish basin. Chinook spawning escapement for the Bear/Cottage area is based on counts of live Chinook in Bear Creek (RM 1.3 to RM 7.1) and in Cottage Lake Creek (RM 0 to RM 2.3). Small numbers of Chinook are observed spawning in other portions of the Sammamish watershed in most years, but are not included in these escapement estimates.SCoRE, SOS
1128Sammamish Chinook4Chinook1998398.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedIndex Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawning in the wild.Data are the sum of index and nonindex area escapement estimates for Bear Creek/Cottage Lake Creek in the Sammamish basin. Chinook spawning escapement for the Bear/Cottage area is based on counts of live Chinook in Bear Creek (RM 1.3 to RM 7.1) and in Cottage Lake Creek (RM 0 to RM 3.5. Small numbers of Chinook are observed spawning in other portions of the Sammamish watershed in most years, but are not included in these escapement estimates.SCoRE, SOS
1128Sammamish Chinook4Chinook1999732.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedIndex Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawning in the wild.Data are the sum of index and nonindex area escapement estimates for Bear Creek/Cottage Lake Creek in the Sammamish basin. Chinook spawning escapement for the Bear/Cottage area is based on counts of live Chinook in Bear Creek (RM 1.3 to RM 7.1) and in Cottage Lake Creek (RM 0 to RM 3.5. Small numbers of Chinook are observed spawning in other portions of the Sammamish watershed in most years, but are not included in these escapement estimates.SCoRE, SOS
1128Sammamish Chinook5Chinook2000642.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedIndex Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawning in the wild.Data are the sum of index area escapement estimates for the two primary Chinook spawning areas within the Sammamish basin; 1) Bear Creek/Cottage Lake Creek and 2) Issaquah Creek. Chinook spawning escapement for the Bear/Cottage area is based on counts of live Chinook in Bear Creek (RM 1.3 to RM 7.1) and in Cottage Lake Creek (RM 0 to RM 3.5), and spawning escapement for the Issaquah area is comprised of total carcass counts in lower Issaquah Creek (RM 1.0 to RM 3.0) and East Fork Issaquah Creek (RM 0.0 to RM 3.1). Small numbers of Chinook are observed spawning in other portions of the Sammamish watershed in most years, but are not included in these escapement estimates.SCoRE, SOS
1128Sammamish Chinook5Chinook20011690.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedIndex Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawning in the wild.Data are the sum of index area escapement estimates for the two primary Chinook spawning areas within the Sammamish basin; 1) Bear Creek/Cottage Lake Creek and 2) Issaquah Creek. Chinook spawning escapement for the Bear/Cottage area is based on counts of live Chinook in Bear Creek (RM 1.3 to RM 7.1) and in Cottage Lake Creek (RM 0 to RM 3.5), and spawning escapement for the Issaquah area is comprised of total carcass counts in lower Issaquah Creek (RM 1.0 to RM 3.0) and East Fork Issaquah Creek (RM 0.0 to RM 3.1). Small numbers of Chinook are observed spawning in other portions of the Sammamish watershed in most years, but are not included in these escapement estimates.SCoRE, SOS
1128Sammamish Chinook5Chinook20021478.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedIndex Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawning in the wild.Data are the sum of index area escapement estimates for the two primary Chinook spawning areas within the Sammamish basin; 1) Bear Creek/Cottage Lake Creek and 2) Issaquah Creek. Chinook spawning escapement for the Bear/Cottage area is based on counts of live Chinook in Bear Creek (RM 1.3 to RM 7.1) and in Cottage Lake Creek (RM 0 to RM 3.5), and spawning escapement for the Issaquah area is comprised of total carcass counts in lower Issaquah Creek (RM 1.0 to RM 3.0) and East Fork Issaquah Creek (RM 0.0 to RM 3.1). Small numbers of Chinook are observed spawning in other portions of the Sammamish watershed in most years, but are not included in these escapement estimates.SCoRE, SOS
1128Sammamish Chinook5Chinook2003650.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedIndex Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate, census, or count of the number of fish for a portion of a stock spawning in the wild.Data are the sum of index area escapement estimates for the two primary Chinook spawning areas within the Sammamish basin; 1) Bear Creek/Cottage Lake Creek and 2) Issaquah Creek. Chinook spawning escapement for the Bear/Cottage area is based on counts of live Chinook in Bear Creek (RM 1.3 to RM 7.1) and in Cottage Lake Creek (RM 0 to RM 3.5), and spawning escapement for the Issaquah area is comprised of total carcass counts in lower Issaquah Creek (RM 1.0 to RM 3.0) and East Fork Issaquah Creek (RM 0.0 to RM 3.1). Small numbers of Chinook are observed spawning in other portions of the Sammamish watershed in most years, but are not included in these escapement estimates.SCoRE, SOS
1144Cedar Chinook1Chinook2004842.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.NaturalOrigin Spawners: Total NaturalOrigin spawning escapement to the Cedar River mainstem. Estimates are based on total redd counts (complete census) in the Cedar River mainstem, with an expansion factor of 2.5 fish per redd. Estimates for the percentage of the total escapement that can be attributed to NaturalOrigin spawners are based on a combination of carcass surveys conducted in the Cedar River mainstem downstream of Landsburg dam and counts of live chinook passed upstream through the fish passage facility at Landsburg. Some NaturalOrigin adults typically spawn in small Cedar River tributaries like Rock Creek and Taylor Creek; the number of fish spawning in these tributaries is relatively small and highly variable, and these fish are not included in this estimate of escapement.SCoRE, SOS
1144Cedar Chinook1Chinook2005582.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.NaturalOrigin Spawners: Total NaturalOrigin spawning escapement to the Cedar River mainstem. Estimates are based on total redd counts (complete census) in the Cedar River mainstem, with an expansion factor of 2.5 fish per redd. Estimates for the percentage of the total escapement that can be attributed to NaturalOrigin spawners are based on a combination of carcass surveys conducted in the Cedar River mainstem downstream of Landsburg dam and counts of live chinook passed upstream through the fish passage facility at Landsburg. Some NaturalOrigin adults typically spawn in small Cedar River tributaries like Rock Creek and Taylor Creek; the number of fish spawning in these tributaries is relatively small and highly variable, and these fish are not included in this estimate of escapement.SCoRE, SOS
1144Cedar Chinook1Chinook20061164.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.NaturalOrigin Spawners: Total NaturalOrigin spawning escapement to the Cedar River mainstem. Estimates are based on total redd counts (complete census) in the Cedar River mainstem, with an expansion factor of 2.5 fish per redd. Estimates for the percentage of the total escapement that can be attributed to NaturalOrigin spawners are based on a combination of carcass surveys conducted in the Cedar River mainstem downstream of Landsburg dam and counts of live chinook passed upstream through the fish passage facility at Landsburg. Some NaturalOrigin adults typically spawn in small Cedar River tributaries like Rock Creek and Taylor Creek; the number of fish spawning in these tributaries is relatively small and highly variable, and these fish are not included in this estimate of escapement.SCoRE, SOS
1144Cedar Chinook1Chinook20071893.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.NaturalOrigin Spawners: Total NaturalOrigin spawning escapement to the Cedar River mainstem. Estimates are based on total redd counts (complete census) in the Cedar River mainstem, with an expansion factor of 2.5 fish per redd. Estimates for the percentage of the total escapement that can be attributed to NaturalOrigin spawners are based on a combination of carcass surveys conducted in the Cedar River mainstem downstream of Landsburg dam and counts of live chinook passed upstream through the fish passage facility at Landsburg. Some NaturalOrigin adults typically spawn in small Cedar River tributaries like Rock Creek and Taylor Creek; the number of fish spawning in these tributaries is relatively small and highly variable, and these fish are not included in this estimate of escapement.SCoRE, SOS
1144Cedar Chinook1Chinook20081346.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.NaturalOrigin Spawners: Total NaturalOrigin spawning escapement to the Cedar River mainstem. Estimates are based on total redd counts (complete census) in the Cedar River mainstem, with an expansion factor of 2.5 fish per redd. Estimates for the percentage of the total escapement that can be attributed to NaturalOrigin spawners are based on a combination of carcass surveys conducted in the Cedar River mainstem downstream of Landsburg dam and counts of live chinook passed upstream through the fish passage facility at Landsburg. Some NaturalOrigin adults typically spawn in small Cedar River tributaries like Rock Creek and Taylor Creek; the number of fish spawning in these tributaries is relatively small and highly variable, and these fish are not included in this estimate of escapement.SCoRE, SOS
1144Cedar Chinook1Chinook2009577.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.NaturalOrigin Spawners: Total NaturalOrigin spawning escapement to the Cedar River mainstem. Estimates are based on total redd counts (complete census) in the Cedar River mainstem, with an expansion factor of 2.5 fish per redd. Estimates for the percentage of the total escapement that can be attributed to NaturalOrigin spawners are based on a combination of carcass surveys conducted in the Cedar River mainstem downstream of Landsburg dam and counts of live chinook passed upstream through the fish passage facility at Landsburg. Some NaturalOrigin adults typically spawn in small Cedar River tributaries like Rock Creek and Taylor Creek; the number of fish spawning in these tributaries is relatively small and highly variable, and these fish are not included in this estimate of escapement.SCoRE, SOS
1144Cedar Chinook1Chinook2010542.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.NaturalOrigin Spawners: Total NaturalOrigin spawning escapement to the Cedar River mainstem. Estimates are based on total redd counts (complete census) in the Cedar River mainstem, with an expansion factor of 2.5 fish per redd. Estimates for the percentage of the total escapement that can be attributed to NaturalOrigin spawners are based on a combination of carcass surveys conducted in the Cedar River mainstem downstream of Landsburg dam and counts of live chinook passed upstream through the fish passage facility at Landsburg. Some NaturalOrigin adults typically spawn in small Cedar River tributaries like Rock Creek and Taylor Creek; the number of fish spawning in these tributaries is relatively small and highly variable, and these fish are not included in this estimate of escapement.SCoRE, SOS
1144Cedar Chinook1Chinook2011646.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.NaturalOrigin Spawners: Total NaturalOrigin spawning escapement to the Cedar River mainstem. Estimates are based on total redd counts (complete census) in the Cedar River mainstem, with an expansion factor of 2.5 fish per redd. Estimates for the percentage of the total escapement that can be attributed to NaturalOrigin spawners are based on a combination of carcass surveys conducted in the Cedar River mainstem downstream of Landsburg dam and counts of live chinook passed upstream through the fish passage facility at Landsburg. Some NaturalOrigin adults typically spawn in small Cedar River tributaries like Rock Creek and Taylor Creek; the number of fish spawning in these tributaries is relatively small and highly variable, and these fish are not included in this estimate of escapement.SCoRE, SOS
1144Cedar Chinook1Chinook2012881.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.NaturalOrigin Spawners: Total NaturalOrigin spawning escapement to the Cedar River mainstem. Estimates are based on total redd counts (complete census) in the Cedar River mainstem, with an expansion factor of 2.5 fish per redd. Estimates for the percentage of the total escapement that can be attributed to NaturalOrigin spawners are based on a combination of carcass surveys conducted in the Cedar River mainstem downstream of Landsburg dam and counts of live chinook passed upstream through the fish passage facility at Landsburg. Some NaturalOrigin adults typically spawn in small Cedar River tributaries like Rock Creek and Taylor Creek; the number of fish spawning in these tributaries is relatively small and highly variable, and these fish are not included in this estimate of escapement.SCoRE, SOS
1144Cedar Chinook1Chinook20131570.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.NaturalOrigin Spawners: Total NaturalOrigin spawning escapement to the Cedar River mainstem. Estimates are based on total redd counts (complete census) in the Cedar River mainstem, with an expansion factor of 2.5 fish per redd. Estimates for the percentage of the total escapement that can be attributed to NaturalOrigin spawners are based on a combination of carcass surveys conducted in the Cedar River mainstem downstream of Landsburg dam and counts of live chinook passed upstream through the fish passage facility at Landsburg. Some NaturalOrigin adults typically spawn in small Cedar River tributaries like Rock Creek and Taylor Creek; the number of fish spawning in these tributaries is relatively small and highly variable, and these fish are not included in this estimate of escapement.SCoRE, SOS
1144Cedar Chinook1Chinook2014306.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.NaturalOrigin Spawners: Total NaturalOrigin spawning escapement to the Cedar River mainstem. Estimates are based on total redd counts (complete census) in the Cedar River mainstem, with an expansion factor of 2.5 fish per redd. Estimates for the percentage of the total escapement that can be attributed to NaturalOrigin spawners are based on a combination of carcass surveys conducted in the Cedar River mainstem downstream of Landsburg dam and counts of live chinook passed upstream through the fish passage facility at Landsburg. Some NaturalOrigin adults typically spawn in small Cedar River tributaries like Rock Creek and Taylor Creek; the number of fish spawning in these tributaries is relatively small and highly variable, and these fish are not included in this estimate of escapement.SCoRE, SOS
1144Cedar Chinook1Chinook20151192.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.NaturalOrigin Spawners: Total NaturalOrigin spawning escapement to the Cedar River mainstem. Estimates are based on total redd counts (complete census) in the Cedar River mainstem, with an expansion factor of 2.5 fish per redd. Estimates for the percentage of the total escapement that can be attributed to NaturalOrigin spawners are based on a combination of carcass surveys conducted in the Cedar River mainstem downstream of Landsburg dam and counts of live chinook passed upstream through the fish passage facility at Landsburg. Some NaturalOrigin adults typically spawn in small Cedar River tributaries like Rock Creek and Taylor Creek; the number of fish spawning in these tributaries is relatively small and highly variable, and these fish are not included in this estimate of escapement.SCoRE, SOS
1144Cedar Chinook1Chinook2016615.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.NaturalOrigin Spawners: Total NaturalOrigin spawning escapement to the Cedar River mainstem. Estimates are based on total redd counts (complete census) in the Cedar River mainstem, with an expansion factor of 2.5 fish per redd. Estimates for the percentage of the total escapement that can be attributed to NaturalOrigin spawners are based on a combination of carcass surveys conducted in the Cedar River mainstem downstream of Landsburg dam and counts of live chinook passed upstream through the fish passage facility at Landsburg. Some NaturalOrigin adults typically spawn in small Cedar River tributaries like Rock Creek and Taylor Creek; the number of fish spawning in these tributaries is relatively small and highly variable, and these fish are not included in this estimate of escapement.SCoRE, SOS
1144Cedar Chinook1Chinook20171564.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.NaturalOrigin Spawners: Total NaturalOrigin spawning escapement to the Cedar River mainstem. Estimates are based on total redd counts (complete census) in the Cedar River mainstem, with an expansion factor of 2.5 fish per redd. Estimates for the percentage of the total escapement that can be attributed to NaturalOrigin spawners are based on a combination of carcass surveys conducted in the Cedar River mainstem downstream of Landsburg dam and counts of live chinook passed upstream through the fish passage facility at Landsburg. Some NaturalOrigin adults typically spawn in small Cedar River tributaries like Rock Creek and Taylor Creek; the number of fish spawning in these tributaries is relatively small and highly variable, and these fish are not included in this estimate of escapement.SCoRE, SOS
1144Cedar Chinook1Chinook2018722.0Spawner FishNaturalExpandedNaturalOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known natural origin.NaturalOrigin Spawners: Total NaturalOrigin spawning escapement to the Cedar River mainstem. Estimates are based on total redd counts (complete census) in the Cedar River mainstem, with an expansion factor of 2.5 fish per redd. Estimates for the percentage of the total escapement that can be attributed to NaturalOrigin spawners are based on a combination of carcass surveys conducted in the Cedar River mainstem downstream of Landsburg dam and counts of live chinook passed upstream through the fish passage facility at Landsburg. Some NaturalOrigin adults typically spawn in small Cedar River tributaries like Rock Creek and Taylor Creek; the number of fish spawning in these tributaries is relatively small and highly variable, and these fish are not included in this estimate of escapement.SCoRE, SOS
1144Cedar Chinook2Chinook2016410.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.HatcheryOrigin Spawners: Total HatcheryOrigin spawning escapement to the Cedar River mainstem. Estimates are based on total redd counts (complete census) in the Cedar River mainstem, with an expansion factor of 2.5 fish per redd. Estimates for the percentage of the total spawning escapement that can be attributed to HatcheryOrigin spawners are based on a combination of carcass surveys conducted in the Cedar River mainstem downstream of Landsburg dam and counts of live chinook passed upstream through the fish passage facility at Landsburg. Some HatcheryOrigin adults typically spawn in small Cedar River tributaries like Rock Creek and Taylor Creek; the number of fish spawning in these tributaries is relatively small and highly variable, and these fish are not included in this estimate of escapement.SCoRE, SOS
1144Cedar Chinook2Chinook2015606.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.HatcheryOrigin Spawners: Total HatcheryOrigin spawning escapement to the Cedar River mainstem. Estimates are based on total redd counts (complete census) in the Cedar River mainstem, with an expansion factor of 2.5 fish per redd. Estimates for the percentage of the total spawning escapement that can be attributed to HatcheryOrigin spawners are based on a combination of carcass surveys conducted in the Cedar River mainstem downstream of Landsburg dam and counts of live chinook passed upstream through the fish passage facility at Landsburg. Some HatcheryOrigin adults typically spawn in small Cedar River tributaries like Rock Creek and Taylor Creek; the number of fish spawning in these tributaries is relatively small and highly variable, and these fish are not included in this estimate of escapement.SCoRE, SOS
1144Cedar Chinook2Chinook2014262.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.HatcheryOrigin Spawners: Total HatcheryOrigin spawning escapement to the Cedar River mainstem. Estimates are based on total redd counts (complete census) in the Cedar River mainstem, with an expansion factor of 2.5 fish per redd. Estimates for the percentage of the total spawning escapement that can be attributed to HatcheryOrigin spawners are based on a combination of carcass surveys conducted in the Cedar River mainstem downstream of Landsburg dam and counts of live chinook passed upstream through the fish passage facility at Landsburg. Some HatcheryOrigin adults typically spawn in small Cedar River tributaries like Rock Creek and Taylor Creek; the number of fish spawning in these tributaries is relatively small and highly variable, and these fish are not included in this estimate of escapement.SCoRE, SOS
1144Cedar Chinook2Chinook2013240.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.HatcheryOrigin Spawners: Total HatcheryOrigin spawning escapement to the Cedar River mainstem. Estimates are based on total redd counts (complete census) in the Cedar River mainstem, with an expansion factor of 2.5 fish per redd. Estimates for the percentage of the total spawning escapement that can be attributed to HatcheryOrigin spawners are based on a combination of carcass surveys conducted in the Cedar River mainstem downstream of Landsburg dam and counts of live chinook passed upstream through the fish passage facility at Landsburg. Some HatcheryOrigin adults typically spawn in small Cedar River tributaries like Rock Creek and Taylor Creek; the number of fish spawning in these tributaries is relatively small and highly variable, and these fish are not included in this estimate of escapement.SCoRE, SOS
1144Cedar Chinook2Chinook2012169.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.HatcheryOrigin Spawners: Total HatcheryOrigin spawning escapement to the Cedar River mainstem. Estimates are based on total redd counts (complete census) in the Cedar River mainstem, with an expansion factor of 2.5 fish per redd. Estimates for the percentage of the total spawning escapement that can be attributed to HatcheryOrigin spawners are based on a combination of carcass surveys conducted in the Cedar River mainstem downstream of Landsburg dam and counts of live chinook passed upstream through the fish passage facility at Landsburg. Some HatcheryOrigin adults typically spawn in small Cedar River tributaries like Rock Creek and Taylor Creek; the number of fish spawning in these tributaries is relatively small and highly variable, and these fish are not included in this estimate of escapement.SCoRE, SOS
1144Cedar Chinook2Chinook2011159.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.HatcheryOrigin Spawners: Total HatcheryOrigin spawning escapement to the Cedar River mainstem. Estimates are based on total redd counts (complete census) in the Cedar River mainstem, with an expansion factor of 2.5 fish per redd. Estimates for the percentage of the total spawning escapement that can be attributed to HatcheryOrigin spawners are based on a combination of carcass surveys conducted in the Cedar River mainstem downstream of Landsburg dam and counts of live chinook passed upstream through the fish passage facility at Landsburg. Some HatcheryOrigin adults typically spawn in small Cedar River tributaries like Rock Creek and Taylor Creek; the number of fish spawning in these tributaries is relatively small and highly variable, and these fish are not included in this estimate of escapement.SCoRE, SOS
1144Cedar Chinook2Chinook2010113.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.HatcheryOrigin Spawners: Total HatcheryOrigin spawning escapement to the Cedar River mainstem. Estimates are based on total redd counts (complete census) in the Cedar River mainstem, with an expansion factor of 2.5 fish per redd. Estimates for the percentage of the total spawning escapement that can be attributed to HatcheryOrigin spawners are based on a combination of carcass surveys conducted in the Cedar River mainstem downstream of Landsburg dam and counts of live chinook passed upstream through the fish passage facility at Landsburg. Some HatcheryOrigin adults typically spawn in small Cedar River tributaries like Rock Creek and Taylor Creek; the number of fish spawning in these tributaries is relatively small and highly variable, and these fish are not included in this estimate of escapement.SCoRE, SOS
1144Cedar Chinook2Chinook2009136.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.HatcheryOrigin Spawners: Total HatcheryOrigin spawning escapement to the Cedar River mainstem. Estimates are based on total redd counts (complete census) in the Cedar River mainstem, with an expansion factor of 2.5 fish per redd. Estimates for the percentage of the total spawning escapement that can be attributed to HatcheryOrigin spawners are based on a combination of carcass surveys conducted in the Cedar River mainstem downstream of Landsburg dam and counts of live chinook passed upstream through the fish passage facility at Landsburg. Some HatcheryOrigin adults typically spawn in small Cedar River tributaries like Rock Creek and Taylor Creek; the number of fish spawning in these tributaries is relatively small and highly variable, and these fish are not included in this estimate of escapement.SCoRE, SOS
1144Cedar Chinook2Chinook2008152.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.HatcheryOrigin Spawners: Total HatcheryOrigin spawning escapement to the Cedar River mainstem. Estimates are based on total redd counts (complete census) in the Cedar River mainstem, with an expansion factor of 2.5 fish per redd. Estimates for the percentage of the total spawning escapement that can be attributed to HatcheryOrigin spawners are based on a combination of carcass surveys conducted in the Cedar River mainstem downstream of Landsburg dam and counts of live chinook passed upstream through the fish passage facility at Landsburg. Some HatcheryOrigin adults typically spawn in small Cedar River tributaries like Rock Creek and Taylor Creek; the number of fish spawning in these tributaries is relatively small and highly variable, and these fish are not included in this estimate of escapement.SCoRE, SOS
1144Cedar Chinook2Chinook2007255.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.HatcheryOrigin Spawners: Total HatcheryOrigin spawning escapement to the Cedar River mainstem. Estimates are based on total redd counts (complete census) in the Cedar River mainstem, with an expansion factor of 2.5 fish per redd. Estimates for the percentage of the total spawning escapement that can be attributed to HatcheryOrigin spawners are based on a combination of carcass surveys conducted in the Cedar River mainstem downstream of Landsburg dam and counts of live chinook passed upstream through the fish passage facility at Landsburg. Some HatcheryOrigin adults typically spawn in small Cedar River tributaries like Rock Creek and Taylor Creek; the number of fish spawning in these tributaries is relatively small and highly variable, and these fish are not included in this estimate of escapement.SCoRE, SOS
1144Cedar Chinook2Chinook2006304.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.HatcheryOrigin Spawners: Total HatcheryOrigin spawning escapement to the Cedar River mainstem. Estimates are based on total redd counts (complete census) in the Cedar River mainstem, with an expansion factor of 2.5 fish per redd. Estimates for the percentage of the total spawning escapement that can be attributed to HatcheryOrigin spawners are based on a combination of carcass surveys conducted in the Cedar River mainstem downstream of Landsburg dam and counts of live chinook passed upstream through the fish passage facility at Landsburg. Some HatcheryOrigin adults typically spawn in small Cedar River tributaries like Rock Creek and Taylor Creek; the number of fish spawning in these tributaries is relatively small and highly variable, and these fish are not included in this estimate of escapement.SCoRE, SOS
1144Cedar Chinook2Chinook2005246.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.HatcheryOrigin Spawners: Total HatcheryOrigin spawning escapement to the Cedar River mainstem. Estimates are based on total redd counts (complete census) in the Cedar River mainstem, with an expansion factor of 2.5 fish per redd. Estimates for the percentage of the total spawning escapement that can be attributed to HatcheryOrigin spawners are based on a combination of carcass surveys conducted in the Cedar River mainstem downstream of Landsburg dam and counts of live chinook passed upstream through the fish passage facility at Landsburg. Some HatcheryOrigin adults typically spawn in small Cedar River tributaries like Rock Creek and Taylor Creek; the number of fish spawning in these tributaries is relatively small and highly variable, and these fish are not included in this estimate of escapement.SCoRE, SOS
1144Cedar Chinook2Chinook2004383.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.HatcheryOrigin Spawners: Total HatcheryOrigin spawning escapement to the Cedar River mainstem. Estimates are based on total redd counts (complete census) in the Cedar River mainstem, with an expansion factor of 2.5 fish per redd. Estimates for the percentage of the total spawning escapement that can be attributed to HatcheryOrigin spawners are based on a combination of carcass surveys conducted in the Cedar River mainstem downstream of Landsburg dam and counts of live chinook passed upstream through the fish passage facility at Landsburg. Some HatcheryOrigin adults typically spawn in small Cedar River tributaries like Rock Creek and Taylor Creek; the number of fish spawning in these tributaries is relatively small and highly variable, and these fish are not included in this estimate of escapement.SCoRE, SOS
1144Cedar Chinook2Chinook2018148.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.HatcheryOrigin Spawners: Total HatcheryOrigin spawning escapement to the Cedar River mainstem. Estimates are based on total redd counts (complete census) in the Cedar River mainstem, with an expansion factor of 2.5 fish per redd. Estimates for the percentage of the total spawning escapement that can be attributed to HatcheryOrigin spawners are based on a combination of carcass surveys conducted in the Cedar River mainstem downstream of Landsburg dam and counts of live chinook passed upstream through the fish passage facility at Landsburg. Some HatcheryOrigin adults typically spawn in small Cedar River tributaries like Rock Creek and Taylor Creek; the number of fish spawning in these tributaries is relatively small and highly variable, and these fish are not included in this estimate of escapement.SCoRE, SOS
1144Cedar Chinook2Chinook2017469.0Spawner FishHatcheryExpandedHatcheryOrigin SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild that are of known hatchery origin.HatcheryOrigin Spawners: Total HatcheryOrigin spawning escapement to the Cedar River mainstem. Estimates are based on total redd counts (complete census) in the Cedar River mainstem, with an expansion factor of 2.5 fish per redd. Estimates for the percentage of the total spawning escapement that can be attributed to HatcheryOrigin spawners are based on a combination of carcass surveys conducted in the Cedar River mainstem downstream of Landsburg dam and counts of live chinook passed upstream through the fish passage facility at Landsburg. Some HatcheryOrigin adults typically spawn in small Cedar River tributaries like Rock Creek and Taylor Creek; the number of fish spawning in these tributaries is relatively small and highly variable, and these fish are not included in this estimate of escapement.SCoRE, SOS
1144Cedar Chinook3Chinook1999455.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Total Natural Spawners: Total natural spawning escapement to the Cedar River mainstem, including both HatcheryOrigin and Natural Origin spawners. Estimates from 1999 to the present are based on total redd counts (complete census) in the Cedar River mainstem, with an expansion factor of 2.5 fish per redd. Some spawning typically occurrs in small Cedar River tributaries like Rock Creek and Taylor Creek; the number of fish spawning in these tributaries is relatively small and highly variable, and fish spawning in these tributaries are not included in this estimate of escapement.SCoRE, SOS
1144Cedar Chinook3Chinook2000133.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Total Natural Spawners: Total natural spawning escapement to the Cedar River mainstem, including both HatcheryOrigin and Natural Origin spawners. Estimates from 1999 to the present are based on total redd counts (complete census) in the Cedar River mainstem, with an expansion factor of 2.5 fish per redd. Some spawning typically occurrs in small Cedar River tributaries like Rock Creek and Taylor Creek; the number of fish spawning in these tributaries is relatively small and highly variable, and fish spawning in these tributaries are not included in this estimate of escapement.SCoRE, SOS
1144Cedar Chinook3Chinook2001975.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Total Natural Spawners: Total natural spawning escapement to the Cedar River mainstem, including both HatcheryOrigin and Natural Origin spawners. Estimates from 1999 to the present are based on total redd counts (complete census) in the Cedar River mainstem, with an expansion factor of 2.5 fish per redd. Some spawning typically occurrs in small Cedar River tributaries like Rock Creek and Taylor Creek; the number of fish spawning in these tributaries is relatively small and highly variable, and fish spawning in these tributaries are not included in this estimate of escapement.SCoRE, SOS
1144Cedar Chinook3Chinook2002673.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Total Natural Spawners: Total natural spawning escapement to the Cedar River mainstem, including both HatcheryOrigin and Natural Origin spawners. Estimates from 1999 to the present are based on total redd counts (complete census) in the Cedar River mainstem, with an expansion factor of 2.5 fish per redd. Some spawning typically occurrs in small Cedar River tributaries like Rock Creek and Taylor Creek; the number of fish spawning in these tributaries is relatively small and highly variable, and fish spawning in these tributaries are not included in this estimate of escapement.SCoRE, SOS
1144Cedar Chinook3Chinook2003798.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Total Natural Spawners: Total natural spawning escapement to the Cedar River mainstem, including both HatcheryOrigin and Natural Origin spawners. Estimates from 1999 to the present are based on total redd counts (complete census) in the Cedar River mainstem, with an expansion factor of 2.5 fish per redd. Some spawning typically occurrs in small Cedar River tributaries like Rock Creek and Taylor Creek; the number of fish spawning in these tributaries is relatively small and highly variable, and fish spawning in these tributaries are not included in this estimate of escapement.SCoRE, SOS
1144Cedar Chinook4Chinook19651463.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Total Natural Spawners: Values prior to 1999 were calculated using live count data and AreaUndertheCurve (AUC) estimates of escapement, which were subsequently multiplied by a factor of 1.399. The 1.399 factor was calculated by regressing AUC estimates against ReddBased estimates between the years 1999 and 2008 (the years when reddbased escapements and AUCbased escapements were estimated simulateously). Some spawning typically occurrs in small Cedar River tributaries like Rock Creek and Taylor Creek; the number of fish spawning in these tributaries is relatively small and highly variable, and fish spawning in these tributaries are not included in this estimate of escapement.SCoRE, SOS
1144Cedar Chinook4Chinook19662451.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Total Natural Spawners: Values prior to 1999 were calculated using live count data and AreaUndertheCurve (AUC) estimates of escapement, which were subsequently multiplied by a factor of 1.399. The 1.399 factor was calculated by regressing AUC estimates against ReddBased estimates between the years 1999 and 2008 (the years when reddbased escapements and AUCbased escapements were estimated simulateously). Some spawning typically occurrs in small Cedar River tributaries like Rock Creek and Taylor Creek; the number of fish spawning in these tributaries is relatively small and highly variable, and fish spawning in these tributaries are not included in this estimate of escapement.SCoRE, SOS
1144Cedar Chinook4Chinook19671868.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Total Natural Spawners: Values prior to 1999 were calculated using live count data and AreaUndertheCurve (AUC) estimates of escapement, which were subsequently multiplied by a factor of 1.399. The 1.399 factor was calculated by regressing AUC estimates against ReddBased estimates between the years 1999 and 2008 (the years when reddbased escapements and AUCbased escapements were estimated simulateously). Some spawning typically occurrs in small Cedar River tributaries like Rock Creek and Taylor Creek; the number of fish spawning in these tributaries is relatively small and highly variable, and fish spawning in these tributaries are not included in this estimate of escapement.SCoRE, SOS
1144Cedar Chinook4Chinook19681907.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Total Natural Spawners: Values prior to 1999 were calculated using live count data and AreaUndertheCurve (AUC) estimates of escapement, which were subsequently multiplied by a factor of 1.399. The 1.399 factor was calculated by regressing AUC estimates against ReddBased estimates between the years 1999 and 2008 (the years when reddbased escapements and AUCbased escapements were estimated simulateously). Some spawning typically occurrs in small Cedar River tributaries like Rock Creek and Taylor Creek; the number of fish spawning in these tributaries is relatively small and highly variable, and fish spawning in these tributaries are not included in this estimate of escapement.SCoRE, SOS
1144Cedar Chinook4Chinook1969652.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Total Natural Spawners: Values prior to 1999 were calculated using live count data and AreaUndertheCurve (AUC) estimates of escapement, which were subsequently multiplied by a factor of 1.399. The 1.399 factor was calculated by regressing AUC estimates against ReddBased estimates between the years 1999 and 2008 (the years when reddbased escapements and AUCbased escapements were estimated simulateously). Some spawning typically occurrs in small Cedar River tributaries like Rock Creek and Taylor Creek; the number of fish spawning in these tributaries is relatively small and highly variable, and fish spawning in these tributaries are not included in this estimate of escapement.SCoRE, SOS
1144Cedar Chinook4Chinook19702441.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Total Natural Spawners: Values prior to 1999 were calculated using live count data and AreaUndertheCurve (AUC) estimates of escapement, which were subsequently multiplied by a factor of 1.399. The 1.399 factor was calculated by regressing AUC estimates against ReddBased estimates between the years 1999 and 2008 (the years when reddbased escapements and AUCbased escapements were estimated simulateously). Some spawning typically occurrs in small Cedar River tributaries like Rock Creek and Taylor Creek; the number of fish spawning in these tributaries is relatively small and highly variable, and fish spawning in these tributaries are not included in this estimate of escapement.SCoRE, SOS
1144Cedar Chinook4Chinook1971659.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Total Natural Spawners: Values prior to 1999 were calculated using live count data and AreaUndertheCurve (AUC) estimates of escapement, which were subsequently multiplied by a factor of 1.399. The 1.399 factor was calculated by regressing AUC estimates against ReddBased estimates between the years 1999 and 2008 (the years when reddbased escapements and AUCbased escapements were estimated simulateously). Some spawning typically occurrs in small Cedar River tributaries like Rock Creek and Taylor Creek; the number of fish spawning in these tributaries is relatively small and highly variable, and fish spawning in these tributaries are not included in this estimate of escapement.SCoRE, SOS
1144Cedar Chinook4Chinook1972586.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Total Natural Spawners: Values prior to 1999 were calculated using live count data and AreaUndertheCurve (AUC) estimates of escapement, which were subsequently multiplied by a factor of 1.399. The 1.399 factor was calculated by regressing AUC estimates against ReddBased estimates between the years 1999 and 2008 (the years when reddbased escapements and AUCbased escapements were estimated simulateously). Some spawning typically occurrs in small Cedar River tributaries like Rock Creek and Taylor Creek; the number of fish spawning in these tributaries is relatively small and highly variable, and fish spawning in these tributaries are not included in this estimate of escapement.SCoRE, SOS
1144Cedar Chinook4Chinook19731434.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Total Natural Spawners: Values prior to 1999 were calculated using live count data and AreaUndertheCurve (AUC) estimates of escapement, which were subsequently multiplied by a factor of 1.399. The 1.399 factor was calculated by regressing AUC estimates against ReddBased estimates between the years 1999 and 2008 (the years when reddbased escapements and AUCbased escapements were estimated simulateously). Some spawning typically occurrs in small Cedar River tributaries like Rock Creek and Taylor Creek; the number of fish spawning in these tributaries is relatively small and highly variable, and fish spawning in these tributaries are not included in this estimate of escapement.SCoRE, SOS
1144Cedar Chinook4Chinook1974783.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTotal Natural SpawnersExpanded estimate or census of the total number of fish of a stock spawning in the wild, regardless of origin.Total Natural Spawners: Values prior to 1999 were calculated using live count data and AreaUndertheCurve (AUC) estimates of escapement, which were subsequently multiplied by a factor of 1.399. The 1.399 factor was calculated by regressing AUC estimates against ReddBased estimates between the years 1999 and 2008 (the years when reddbased escapements and AUCbased escapements were estimated simulateously). Some spawning typically occurrs in small Cedar River tributaries like Rock Creek and Taylor Creek; the number of fish spawning in these tributaries is relatively small and highly variable, and fish spawning in these tributaries are not included in this estimate of escapement.SCoRE, SOS
1144Cedar Chinook4Chinook1975918.0Spawner FishCompositeExpandedTo
