Fisheries Managment

Salmonid Hatcheries and Harvest Management

Harvest Management
Project IDNA07NMF4380318-01
Recovery Domains -
Start Date11/01/2007
End Date09/30/2008
Last Edited06/11/2018
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Shoshone Bannock Tribes Fish and Wildlife Department will develop Chinook salmon adult escapement estimates for 22 natural-origin Fishery Management Areas (FMA) and four overlapping hatchery-origin FMAs in the Salmon River Basin. Tribal staff participates within the US v. Oregon Technical Advisory Committee to formulate forecasts at the Columbia River Mouth and Lower Granite Dam. Staff applies the Lower Granite Dam forecast to the Salmon River tributaries based on a redd sibling regression database to determine pre-season forecasts to the 22 natural-origin and 4 hatchery-origin populations in the Salmon River. As the run progresses, the SBT will update forecasts as necessary. Biologists will apply adult forecast estimates to the abundance-based sliding scale harvest management frameworks and develop population specific harvest guidelines.

The Fish and Wildlife Department will submit the Chinook salmon fishery recommendations to Fort Hall Business Council for approval and meet with Tribal Fishermen to discuss harvest

Project Benefit    

Promote recovery and restoration of ESA-listed salmonids through proper management and cooperation with relavent co-managers in the sub-basin.


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Funding Details

Report Total:$46,542



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  • Basin: Salmon
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  • State: Idaho
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  • Snake River Spring/Summer-run Chinook Salmon ESU



  • D.0 Salmonid Hatcheries and Harvest ManagementY (Y/N)
    •      . . D.0.a Hatchery and harvest mgmt. funding 46,542.00
    •      . . D.3 Harvest Management ProjectY (Y/N)
      •      . . . . D.3.a Harvest Management Funding 46,542.00
      •      . . . . D.3.b.1 Fishery EvaluationsY (Y/N)