KRIS Klamath : Chart Table Page
|Topic||Fish: Chinook (Fall) Trinity In-River Sport Harvest 1977-2002|
Caption: The Chart Table SportHArv.dbf is derived from California Department of Fish and Game annual Trinity River reports that compile run data for steelhead, coho salmon, fall Chinook salmon and spring Chinook salmon. The database name, SportHArv.dbf, is short hand for main Trinity fall Chinook angler harvest and shows both adults (ADULTS) and grilse or jack salmon (GRILSE) which are salmon (mostly males) that only spent one year in the ocean. Please note that the data for year 2002 are provisional (draft). The 1978 sport harvest of fall-run Chinook was essentially eliminated by a salmon fishing closure beginning 25 August 1978. The sport harvest of adult fall-run Chinook was limited by fishing closures to the taking Chinook salmon greater than or equal to 56 cm total length during the following years. The closures took effect 22 September 1985, 5 November 1992, 9 October 1993, and 3 October 1994. The Trinity River was subject to seasonal closures during the 1995-'98 seasons, commencing 9 September in the lower river. Various periods of openings and closures (seasons) were instituted along the river through November 30. The 1999 sport harvest of Trinity River fall-run Chinook was managed with a quota system. In 1999, the quota was 957 adult fall-run Chinook. The 2001 sport harvest of Trinity River fall-run Chinook was managed with a quota system. In 2001, the quota was 9,834 adult fall-run Chinook.
50 rows of a possible 133 have been displayed.