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    Default Trinity Hatchery #'s

    Here's the latest released #'s for the Trinity Hatchery compared to last year:
    Chinook-2011=22,313 2010=11,908
    Coho -2011=4,763 2010= 4,431
    Steelhead-=2011=1,535 2010=2,035

    As of Dec. 23rd.

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    Interesting. Last year on the T really sucked. This year seems to be better. Go figure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bruce Berman View Post
    Interesting. Last year on the T really sucked. This year seems to be better. Go figure.
    Probably becauseThe river was higher last year and the fish just raced to the hatchery instead of hanging out in the lower river?

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    Are these estimations of adult numbers? or are these the # of fish the hatchery produces?

    How do they get these numbers?

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    I think it is the number of fish that have returned to the hatchery.
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    Get rid of the Hoopa nets and stop the hatchery. I just solved all our problems.

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    Get rid of trinity and lewiston dam. I just solved our problems. Lol.


    So these are the number that return to the hatchery. That's neat. Is there like a fish ladder or fish trap that they count the fish in? I've never been to the hatchery but I've seen Lewiston dam before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by radlations View Post
    Get rid of trinity and lewiston dam. I just solved our problems. Lol.
    Ok you win

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    Hatchery returns.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sammy View Post
    Get rid of the Hoopa nets and stop the hatchery. I just solved all our problems.
    I heard from a DFG employee that the nets are overwhelming at the mouth of the Klamath. Literally hundreds of them. It's so bad that the bears drag them in at night to eat the caught salmon.

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