Status & Trends by Region


Focal species represent the fish species that the subbasin planners have identified as focal species for the respective subbasin. The biological objectives associated with a focal species were either described in the subbasin plan or were included in state, tribal, or federal recovery/management plans. Biological objectives and current status are linked to their respective reference information; if the reference exists on-line, a link is provided to the original data.
The status and trend information represents the most current data that is available. Data were collected through interviews with biologists and reviews of reports and websites. Each chart is linked to a table of the data, and each datapoint in that table is linked to reference information. The focal species data presented have been reviewed and approved by the respective collectors.
 

Blue Mountain Province

Asotin Subbasin

 
Species ESU MPG Population Biological Objective (s) Biological Status Federal Status Data / Charts
Spring Chinook Snake River  Lower Snake River  Asotin Creek  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
500 natural adults286
NOSA Estimates
2016: 4 Adults 474
Redd Counts (natural)
2015: 0 redds 4
Threatened Status & Trends
Summer Steelhead Snake River   Lower Snake River  Asotin Creek  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
1,000 natural adults286
NOSA Estimate
2017 : 313 Adults474
Adult Counts (Natural)
2013 : 98 natural adults
Alpowa Creek - 98 natural adults 165
2013 : Asotin Creek above George Creek - 839 natural adults 165
2012 : George Creek - 107 natural adults 165
Redd Counts (mixed)
2015 : 317 redds (mixed) 3
Juvenile Outmigrants
2016 : 26,969 juveniles outmigrating 474
Threatened Status & Trends

Grande Ronde Subbasin

 
Species ESU MPG Population Biological Objective (s) Biological Status Federal Status Data / Charts
Spring Chinook Snake River  Grande Ronde-Imnaha  Upper Grande Ronde, Catherine Creek, Lookingglass Creek,Willowa-Lostine, Minam, Wenaha  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
Unknown
NOSA Estimate
2016: 2,374 spawners474
Catherine Creek - 191 spawners474
Grande Ronde River Upper Mainstem - 90 spawners474
Minam River - 614 spawnders474
Wallowa/Lostine - 734 spawners474
Wenaha - 745 spawners474
Redd Counts
2015: 1,247 redds140
Juvenile Outmigrants
2016: 110,958 wild juveniles 474
Catherine Creek - 12,104 juveniles474
Minam River -39,560 juveniles474
Upper Grande Ronde River Mainstem - 26,393 juveniles474
Wallowa/Lostine - 32,901 juveniles474
Threatened Status & Trends
Summer Steelhead Snake River  Grande Ronde  Upper Grande Ronde, Wallowa, Lower Grande Ronde, Joseph Creek  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
Unknown
Subbasin Plan Objective :
5,000 natural adults288
NOSA Estimate
2017: Upper Grande Ronde 1,699 spawners 474
2016: Joseph Creek - 1,593 spawners 474
Juvenile Outmigrants
2016: 26,969 juveniles 166
Threatened Status & Trends
Bull Trout Grande Ronde, Little Mrinam    Upper Grande Ronde, Catherine Creek, Minam River/Deer Creek, Lostine River/Deer Creek, Hurricane Creek, Wenaha River, Lookingglass Creek, Little minam River  Draft Recovery Plan Objective :
Grande Ronde Core Area - 5,000 adults distributed among 8 local populations;
Little Minam Core Area - 1000 adults289
Redd Counts
2016: 41 redds 142
Threatened Status & Trends

Imnaha Subbasin

 
Species ESU MPG Population Biological Objective (s) Biological Status Federal Status Data / Charts
Fall Chinook Snake River       Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
Unknown
Subbasin Plan Objective :
3,000 natural adults290
Redd Counts
2009: 36 redds 143
Threatened Status & Trends
Spring Chinook Snake River  Grande Ronde-Imnaha  Imnaha, Big Sheep Creek  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
Unknown
Subbasin Plan Objective :
3,800 natural adults (5,740 total returns)290
NOSA Estimate
2016: 607 spawners474
Redd Counts
2016: 524 redds (mixed)170
Juvenile Emigrants (natural)
2010: 145,179 juveniles (natural) 172
Threatened Status & Trends
Pacific Lamprey       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None
Unknown Species of Concern No Data
Summer Steelhead Snake River  Imnaha  Imnaha  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
Unknown
Subbasin Plan Objective :
2,100 natural adults (4,315 toal returns)290
Redd Counts
2016: Camp Creek - 40 redds35
Threatened Status & Trends
Bull Trout Imnaha    Imnaha River, Big Sheep Creek, Little Sheep Creek, McCully Creek  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
5,000 adults (no delineation among local populations)291
Redd Counts
2016: 235 redds141
Threatened Status & Trends

Snake Hells Canyon Subbasin

 
Species ESU MPG Population Biological Objective (s) Biological Status Federal Status Data / Charts
Fall Chinook Snake River      Subbasin Plan Objective :
3% smolt to adult return (SAR) rate to Lower Granite Dam292
Redd Counts
2014: 2,808 redds 174
Adult Counts (Lower Granite Dam)
2017: 24,431 adults 60
Threatened Status & Trends
Spring/Summer Chinook Snake River      Subbasin Plan Objective :
4-6% smolt to adult return (SAR) rates to Lower Granite Dam292
Adult Counts (Lower Granite Dam)
2017: 36,309 adults 60
Threatened Status & Trends
Pacific Lamprey       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None
Adult Counts (Lower Granite Dam)
2017: 472 adults 60
Species of Concern Status & Trends
Sockeye Snake River      Subbasin Plan Objective :
None
Adult Counts (Lower Granite Dam)
2017: 288 adults 60
Endangered Status & Trends
Summer Steelhead Snake River      Subbasin Plan Objective :
4% smolt to adult return (SAR) rate to Lower Granite Dam292
Adult Counts (Lower Granite Dam)
2017: 71,178 adults 60
Threatened Status & Trends
Bull Trout Sheep Creek, Granite Creek    Sheep Creek, Granite Creek  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
No numeric objective (abundance estimates considered a research need)290
Unknown Threatened No Data
White Sturgeon       Subbasin Plan Objective :
321
Hell Canyon (Snake River only)
Estimated abundance (fish > 60 cm FL) = 3,625 fish 437
Not Listed No Data
Redband Trout     Lower Snake River; Magraw Creek  Subbasin Plan Objective :
None
Unknown 426 Species of Concern No Data

Columbia Cascade Province

Columbia Upper Middle Subbasin

 
Species ESU MPG Population Biological Objective (s) Biological Status Federal Status Data / Charts
Spring Chinook Upper Columbia  Wenatchee-Methow  Wenatchee, Entiat, Methow  Subbasin Plan Objective :
None
Adult Counts (Rock Island Dam)
2017: 8,080 adults 60
Endangered Status & Trends
Summer Chinook Upper Columbia      Subbasin Plan Objective :
None
Adult Counts (Rock Island Dam)
2017: 56,265 adults 60
Not Listed Status & Trends
Summer Steelhead Upper Columbia  Wenatchee-Methow  Wenatchee, Entiat, Mehtow  Subbasin Plan Objective :
None
Adult Counts (Rock Island Dam)
2017: 7,639 adults (mixed)60
Threatened Status & Trends
Rainbow Trout       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None
Unknown Species of Concern No Data

Entiat Subbasin

 
Species ESU MPG Population Biological Objective (s) Biological Status Federal Status Data / Charts
Spring Chinook Upper Columbia  Wenatchee-Methow  Entiat  Recovery Plan Criteria :
500 natural adults293
NOSA Estimate
2017: 63 spawners474
Spawner Estimate
2015: 509 spawners49
2015: 212 redds499
Juvenile Outmigrants
2015: 21,146 juveniles474
Endangered Status & Trends
Summer/Fall Chinook Upper Columbia      Subbasin Plan Objective :
None
Spawner Estimate (natural)
2011: 470 spawners 197
Redd Counts (natural)
2011: 248 adults (natural)52
Not Listed Status & Trends
Coho       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None
Unknown Not Listed No Data
Pacific Lamprey       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None
Unknown Species of Concern No Data
Summer Steelhead Upper Columbia  Wenatchee-Methow  Entiat  Recovery Plan Criteria :
500 natural adults293
NOSA Estimate
2017: 50 spawners474
Redd Counts
2015: 163 redds 40
Juvenile outmigrants
2015: 25,029 juveniles474
Threatened Status & Trends
Bull Trout Entiat    Mainstem Entiat River, Mad River  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
836-1,364 fish294
Redd Counts
2013: 26 redds 51
Threatened Status & Trends

Lake Chelan Subbasin

 
Species ESU MPG Population Biological Objective (s) Biological Status Federal Status Data / Charts
Bull Trout       Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
None
Unknown, further investigation needed 438 Threatened No Data
Westslope Cutthroat       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None
Unknown 403 Species of Concern No Data
Kokanee       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None
Adult Escapement
2012: 17,216 adult escapement 505
Not Listed Status & Trends

Methow Subbasin

 
Species ESU MPG Population Biological Objective (s) Biological Status Federal Status Data / Charts
Spring Chinook Upper Columbia  Wenatchee-Methow  Methow  Recovery Plan Criteria :
2,000 natural adults295
NOSA Estimate
2017: 176 spawners474
Adult Escapement (natural)
2011: 1,344 adults (natural)177
Adult Counts (hatchery)
2016: 5,475 adults (hatchery)56
Redd Counts (natural)
2014: 898 redds (natural)178, 179, 180, 474
Endangered Status & Trends
Summer/Fall Chinook Upper Columbia      Subbasin Plan Objective :
3,500 adults past Wells Dam296
Adult Escapement
2011: 2,917 adults 58
Redd Counts (natural)
2011: 941 redds (natural)58
Not Listed Status & Trends
Coho       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None
Adult Counts
2016: 241 adults 54
Not Listed Status & Trends
Summer Steelhead Upper Columbia  Wenatchee-Methow  Methow  Recovery Plan Criteria :
1,000 natural adults295
NOSA Estimate
2017: 469 spawners474
Juvenile Outmigrants
2016: 17,639 juveniles474
Threatened Status & Trends
Bull Trout Methow (Within the Upper Columbia River Recovery Unit)    Gold Creek, Twisp River, Chewuch River, Wolf Creek, Early Winters Creek, Upper Methow River, Lost River, Goat Creek  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
3,610 - 5,886 fish294
Redd Counts
2011: 161 redds 198
Threatened Status & Trends
Westslope Cutthroat       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None
Unknown Species of Concern No Data

Okanogan Subbasin

 
Species ESU MPG Population Biological Objective (s) Biological Status Federal Status Data / Charts
Spring Chinook Upper Columbia  Wenatchee-Methow  Okanogan  Subbasin Plan Objective :
300 hatchery-origin adults297
Unknown Endangered No Data
Summer/Fall Chinook Upper Columbia      Subbasin Plan Objective :
3,500 adults297
Adult Escapement
2011: 9,681 adults59
Redd Counts (natural)
2011: 3,123 redds (natural)235
Not Listed Status & Trends
Sockeye Upper Columbia      Subbasin Plan Objective :
58,730 adults past Wells Dam297
Adult Counts (Wells Dam)
2017: 42,299 adults65
Not Listed Status & Trends
Summer Steelhead Upper Columbia  Wenatchee-Methow  Okanogan  Recovery Plan Criteria :
500 natural adults295
NOSA Estimate
2017: 151 spawners 474
Redd Counts (mixed)
2015: 487 redds (mixed) 200
Juvenile Outmigrants
2017: 7,264 juvenile474
Threatened Status & Trends
Bull Trout None (Within the Upper Columbia River Recovery Unit    Unknown  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
None
Redd Counts
2011: 60 redds 201
Threatened Status & Trends
Rainbow Trout       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None
Unknown Not Listed No Data

Wenatchee Subbasin

 
Species ESU MPG Population Biological Objective (s) Biological Status Federal Status Data / Charts
Spring Chinook Upper Columbia  Wenatchee-Methow  Wenatchee  Recovery Plan Criteria :
2,000 adults293
NOSA Estimate
2017: 347 spawners 474
Redd Counts (natural)
2014: 859 redds (natural) 62
Juvenile Outmigrants
2017: 130,426 juveniles474
Endangered Status & Trends
Summer/Fall Chinook Upper Columbia  Wenatchee-Methow  Wenatchee  Subbasin Plan Objective :
None
Adult Escapement
2011: 9,850 adults 64
Not Listed Status & Trends
Coho     Wenatchee  Subbasin Plan Objective :
None
2017: 207 adults and jacks65
Not Listed Status & Trends
Pacific Lamprey       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None
Unknown Species of Concern No Data
Sockeye       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None
Adult Counts (Tumwater Dam)
2017: 23,854 adults 65
Not Listed Status & Trends
Summer Steelhead Upper Columbia  Wenatchee-Methow  Wenatchee  Recovery Plan Criteria :
1,000 natural adults293
NOSA Estimate
2015: 1,736 spawners 474
Redd Counts (natural)
2014: 195 redds (natural)500
Juvenile Outmigrantas
2016: 10,135 juveniles474
Threatened Status & Trends
Bull Trout Wenatchee (Within the Upper Columbia River Recovery Unit    Chiwawa River, White River, Little Wenatchee River, Nason Creek, Chiwaukum Creek, Peshastin Creek  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
1,876 - 3,176 fish294
Redd Counts
2011: 225 redds 63
Adult Counts (Tumwater Dam)
2011: 116 adults 63
Counts (Chiwawa River Weir)
2010: 195 fish (all ages)63
Threatened Status & Trends
Westslope Cutthroat       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None
None Species of Concern No Data

Columbia Estuary Province

Columbia Estuary Subbasin

 
Species ESU MPG Population Biological Objective (s) Biological Status Federal Status Data / Charts
Fall Chinook Lower Columbia  Coast Fall, Cascade Fall  Mill/Abernathy/Germany, Youngs Bay, Big Creek, Clatskinie, Scappoose, Salmon Creek and Lower Gorge  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
Natural Adults
Mills/Abernathy/Germany - 900 298, Youngs Bay - 505, Big Creek - 577, Clatskanie - 1,277, Salmon Creek - none 298, Lower Gorge - 1,200 299, 298, Scappoose 1,222299
NOSA Estimate
2016: Youngs Bay - 195 spawners474
Claskine River - 2 spawners474
Adult Escapement (mixed)
2016: 1,757 adults (mixed) 71
Redd Counts (mixed)
2016: Youns River - 35 redds (mixed) 71
Threatened Status & Trends
Spring Chinook Lower Columbia  Cascade Spring  Included in specific subbasins  Recovery Plan Criteria :
Included in specific subbasins
Included in specific subbasins Threatened No Data
Chum Columbia  Coast, Cascade  Mill/Abernathy/Germany, Youngs Bay, Big Creek, Clatskinie, Scappoose, Salmon Creek and Lower Gorge  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
Natural Adults
Mills/Abernathy/Germany - 1,300 298; Youngs Bay, Big Creek, Clatskanie, Salmon Creek - none 298
NOSA Estimate
2015: Lower Gorge Tributaries - 4,538 spawners 474
Adult Counts (natural)
2013: 703 spawners (natural) 474
Threatened Status & Trends
Coho Lower Columbia  Coast, Cascade  Mill/Abernathy/Germany, Youngs Bay, Big Creek, Clatskinie, Scappoose , Salmon Creek and Lower Gorge  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
Natural Adults
Mills/Abernathy/Germany - 1,800 298; Youngs Bay - 7; Big Creek - 12; Clatskanie - 3,201, Salmon Creek - No objective 298, Lower Gorge - 2,862 299, 298, Scappoose 3,208 299
NOSA Estimate
2016: Big Creek - 198 spawners474
Clatskanie River - 464 spawners474
Youngs Bay - 16 spawners474
Scappoose Creek - 1,200 spawners474
Adult Counts (mixed)
2016: 45 spawners (mixed) 203
Juvenile Outmigrants
2017: 584 juveniles474
Threatened Status & Trends
Summer Steelhead Lower Columbia  Cascade Summer  Included in specific subbasins  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
Included in specific subbasins
Included in specific subbasins Threatened No Data
Winter Steelhead Southwest Washington (not listed), Lower Columbia  Coast Winter, Cascade Winter  Mill/Abernathy/Germany, Youngs Bay, Big Creek, Clatskinie, Scappoose, Salmon Creek and Lower Gorge  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
Natural Adults
Mill/Abernathy/Germany = 500 298; Youngs Bay - 4,733; Big Creek - 3,182; Clatskanie - 3,982, Salmon Creek - No objective 298, Lower Gorge - 881 298, 299, Scappoose - 5,169 299
NOSA Estimate
2017: Scappoose Creek - 35 spawners474
Clatskanie River - 293 spawners474
Big Creek - 9 spawners474
2013: Youngs Bay - 164 spawners474
Adult Counts (mixed)
2011: 270 spawners (mixed) 182
Threatened Status & Trends
White Sturgeon       Subbasin Plan Objective :
greater than 400,000 fish 36-72 inches509
Adundance (42-60 inches)
2016: 224,400 fish510
Not Listed Status & Trends
Green Sturgeon       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None300
Unknown Species of Concern No Data

Elochoman Subbasin

 
Species ESU MPG Population Biological Objective (s) Biological Status Federal Status Data / Charts
Fall Chinook Lower Columbia  Coast Fall  Elochoman / Skamokawa  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
1,500 natural adults 298
NOSA Estimate
2015: Elochoman River - 313 spawners474
Mill, Abernathy, and Germany, Creeks - 92 spawners474
Juvenile Outmigrants
2016: 101,661 juveniles474
Threatened Status & Trends
Chum Columbia River  Coast  Elochoman / Skamokawa  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
1,300 natural adults 298
Unknown Threatened No Data
Coho Lower Columbia  Coast  Elochoman / Skamokawa  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
2,400 natural adults 298
NOSA Estimate
2015: Elochoman River - 168 spawners474
2014: Mill, Abernathy, and Germany Creeks - 2,239 spawners474
Adult Returns (mixed)
2010: 1,809 adults (mixed) 279
Threatened No Data
Coastal Cutthroat       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None300
Unknown Not Listed No Data
Winter Steelhead Southwest Washington    Elochoman / Skamokawa  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
600 natural adults 298
Adult Escapement
2015: 1,910 adult escapement (natural) 67
Not Listed Status & Trends

Grays Subbasin

 
Species ESU MPG Population Biological Objective (s) Biological Status Federal Status Data / Charts
Fall Chinook Lower Columbia  Coast Fall  Grays / Chinook  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
1,000 natural adults 298
NOSA Estimate
2015: Grays and Chinook Rivers - 156 spawners474
Juvenile Outmigrants
2017: 52,153 juveniles474
Threatened Status & Trends
Chum Columbia River  Coast  Grays / Chinook  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
1,600 natural adults 298
NOSA Estimate
2016: Grays and Chinook Rivers - 30,408 spawners474
Threatened Status & Trends
Coho Lower Columbia  Coast  Grays / Chinook  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
2400 natural adults 298
NOSA Estimate
2015: Grays and Chinook Rivers - 86 spawners474
Threatened No Data
Coastal Cutthroat       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None300
Unknown Not Listed No Data
Winter Steelhead Southwest Washington    Grays / Chinook  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
800 natural adults 298
Adult Escapement
2015: 950 adult escapement (natural)69
Not Listed Status & Trends

Columbia Gorge Province

Big White Salmon Subbasin

 
Species ESU MPG Population Biological Objective (s) Biological Status Federal Status Data / Charts
Fall Chinook Lower Columbia   Gorge Spring  White Salmon  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
500 natural adults298
NOSA Estimate
2015: 3,010 adults (natural - tule and upriver bright) 474
Threatened Status & Trends
Spring Chinook Lower Columbia  Gorge Fall  White Salmon  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
500 natural adults298
Functionally extirpated 383 Threatened No Data
Coho Lower Columbia River  Gorge  Upper Gorge/Hood  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
1,900 natural adults (entire population)298
Unknown Threatened No Data
Steelhead Middle Columbia River  Cascades Eastern Slope  White Salmon  Recovery Plan Criteria :
Re-establish population302
Functionally extirpated 376 Threatened No data
Rainbow Trout       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None303
Unknown Not Listed No Data

Columbia Gorge Subbasin

 
Species ESU MPG Population Biological Objective (s) Biological Status Federal Status Data / Charts
Chum Columbia River  Gorge  Upper Gorge  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
900 natural adults (entire population) 298
Adult Counts (Bonneville Dam)
2017: 21 adults 60
Threatened Status & Trends
Pacific Lamprey       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None304
Adult Counts (Bonneville Dam)
2017: 82,564 adults 60
Species of Concern Status & Trends
White Sturgeon       Subbasin Plan Objective :
Harvest of 5kg/ha, target exploitation rates equal 21% of fish 42-60" in sport fisheries and 25% of fish 45-60" in commercial fisheries, increase broodstock by 10% every three years304
Abundance (>24 inches)
2017: 82,880 fish (>21 inches ) The Dalles Reservoir484
2016: 29,290 fish (>21 inches) John Day Reservoir502
2015: 181,892 fish (>24 inches) Bonneville Reservoir503
Harvest
Sport Harvest
2017: 486 fish harvested
Bonneville Reservoir - 276 fish484
The Dalles - 84 fish484
John Day - 126 fish484
Tribal Commercial
2017: 891 fish harvested484
Bonneville Reservoir - 355 fish484
The Dalles - 326 fish484
John Day - 210 fish484
Tribal Subsistence Harvest
2017: 103 fish harvested484
Bonneville Reservoir - 63 fish484
The Dalles - 26 fish484
John Day - 14 fish484
Not Listed Status & Trends

Fifteenmile Subbasin

 
Species ESU MPG Population Biological Objective (s) Biological Status Federal Status Data / Charts
Coastal Cutthroat       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None305
Unknown Species of Concern No Data
Pacific Lamprey       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None305
Unknown Species of Concern No Data
Winter Steelhead Lower Columbia  Cascades Eastern Slope  Fifteenmile  Recovery Plan Criteria :
500 Adults302
NOSA Estimate
2016: 276 spawners 474
Redd Counts (natural)
2016: 28 redds 474
Threatened Status & Trends
Rainbow Trout       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None305
Unknown Species of Concern No Data

Hood Subbasin

 
Species ESU MPG Population Biological Objective (s) Biological Status Federal Status Data / Charts
Fall Chinook Lower Columbia  Gorge Winter  Hood River  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
1,245 natural adults299
NOSA Estimate
2016: Hood River - 122 spawners474
Threatened No Data
Spring Chinook Lower Columbia  Gorge Spring  Hood River  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
1,493 natural adults299
NOSA Estimate
2016: Hood River - 292 spawners 474
Redd Counts (mixed)
2011: 112 redds (mixed) 153
Threatened Status & Trends
Coho Lower Columbia River  Gorge  Upper Gorge/Hood  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
5,203 natural adults299
Unknown Threatened No Data
Sea-run Coastal Cutthroat       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None306
Unknown Species of Concern No Data
Pacific Lamprey       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None306
Unknown Species of Concern No Data
Summer Steelhead Lower Columbia River  Gorge Summer  Hood River  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
2,008 natural adults299
NOSA Estimate
2016: Hood River - 174 spawners474
Threatened No Data
Winter Steelhead Lower Columbia  Gorge Winter  Hood River  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
2,079 natural adults299
NOSA Estimate
2016: Hood River - 618 spawners474
Threatened No Data
Bull Trout Hood River Basin    Clear Branch, Hood River  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
> 500 adults, distributed among three or more local populations307
Unknown Threatened No Data
Resident Coastal Cutthroat       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None306
Unknown Species of Concern No Data

Klickitat Subbasin

 
Species ESU MPG Population Biological Objective (s) Biological Status Federal Status Data / Charts
Fall Chinook       Subbasin Plan Objective :
Combined annual harvest = 14,000308
Adult Escapement (natural)
2015: 6,863 adults (Tule and Upriver Bright) 74
Not Listed Status & Trends
Spring Chinook       Subbasin Plan Objective :
return number = 5,000-10,000, harvest = 35-40% annually, less than 50% of fish returning would be available for escapement308
Adult Counts (natural)
2011: 419 spawners (natural)76
Not Listed Status & Trends
Coho       Subbasin Plan Objective :
combined average annual harvest (ocean, Columbia River, and Klickitat Basin) of 14,000308
Adult Counts (mixed)
2017: 258 adults (mixed) counted at Lyle falls 75
Not Listed Status & Trends
Steelhead Middle Columbia River  Cascade Eastern Slope Tributaries  Klickitat  Recovery Plan Criteria :
1,000 natural adults302
Adult Counts (mixed)
2017: 263 adults at Lyle Falls 75
Threatened Status & Trends
Bull Trout Lower Columbia River Basin  Klickitat River  West Fork Klickitat River  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
Maintain population (minimum need); determine recovery criteria309,310
Unknown, presumed very low 382, 371 Threatened No Data

Little White Salmon Subbasin

 
Species ESU MPG Population Biological Objective (s) Biological Status Federal Status Data / Charts
Fall Chinook Lower Columbia  Gorge Fall    Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
1,200 natural adults (entire Upper Gorge population, primarily the Wind River)298
NOSA Estimate
2015: Little White Salmon River - 557 spawners474
Adult Counts
2015: National Fish Hatchery - 13,836 adults (Tule and Upriver Brights) 77
Drano Lake - 1,453 adults (Tule and Upriver Brights) 77
Threatened Status & Trends
Chum Columbia River  Gorge  Upper Gorge  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
900 natural adults (entire Upper Gorge population) 298
Unknown Threatened No Data

Wind Subbasin

 
Species ESU MPG Population Biological Objective (s) Biological Status Federal Status Data / Charts
Fall Chinook Lower Columbia   Gorge Fall  Upper Gorge  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
1,200 natural adults (includes Oregon)298
Adult Escapement
2015: 2,247 adults (Tule and Upriver Brights) 78
Threatened Status & Trends
Chum Columbia River  Gorge  Upper Gorge  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
900 natural adults (entire Upper Gorge population) 298
Unknown Threatened No Data
Coho Lower Columbia  Gorge  Upper Gorge  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
1,900 natural adults298
Unknown Threatened No Data
Summer Steelhead Lower Colunbia  Gorge Summer  Wind  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
1,000 natural adults298
NOSA Estimate
2017: 1,059 spawners474
Adult Escapement
2014: 272 adults 511
Juvenile Outmigrants
2017: 22,584 juveniles474
Threatened Status & Trends
Winter Steelhead Lower Columbia  Gorge Winter  Upper Gorge  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
No Objectives298
Adult Counts
2014: 8 spawners (natural)79
Threatened Status & Trends

Columbia Plateau Province

Columbia Lower Middle Subbasin

 
Species ESU MPG Population Biological Objective (s) Biological Status Federal Status Data / Charts
Fall Chinook Multiple upriver ESUs  Multiple upriver MPGs  Multiple upriver populations  Recovery Plan Criteria :
Not applicable
Adult Counts (Dam)
2017: The Dalles Dam - 217,021 adults 60
2017: John Day Dam - 165,526 adults60
2017: McNary Dam - 156,927 adults60
Threatened Status & Trends
Coho     Multiple upriver populations   Recovery Plan Criteria :
Not applicable
Adult Counts (Dam)
2017: The Dalles Dam - 33,772 adults60
2017: John Day Dam - 29,080 adults60
2017: McNary Dam - 21,996 adults60
Not Listed Status & Trends
Summer Steelhead Multiple upriver ESUs  Multiple upriver ESUs  Multiple upriver populations  Recovery Plan Criteria :
Not applicable
Adult Counts (Dam)
2017: The Dalles Dam - 29,017 adults (wild)60
2017: John Day Dam - 24,918 adults (wild)60
2017: McNary Dam - 23,243 adults (wild)60
Threatened Status & Trends

Crab Subbasin

 
Species ESU MPG Population Biological Objective (s) Biological Status Federal Status Data / Charts
Summer/Fall Chinook Upper Columbia    Crab  Subbasin Plan Objective :
None
Population trends are unknown Not Listed No Data
Summer Steelhead Upper Columbia  Wenatchee-Methow  Crab  Recovery Plan Criteria :
None
Unknown Endangered No Data
Largemouth Bass     Banks Lake and Potholes Reservoirs  Subbasin Plan Objective :
None
Banks Lake CPUE = 0.13 439 Not Listed Snapshot
Smallmouth Bass     Banks Lake and Potholes Reservoirs  Subbasin Plan Objective :
None
Population Estimate
2005: 44,487 fish 439
Not Listed Status & Trends
Bluegill     Banks Lake and Potholes Reservoirs  Subbasin Plan Objective :
None
Banks Lake Relative Abundance: 0.0% (GN), 0.2% (EB) 439 Not Listed Snapshot
Kokanee     Banks Lake and Billy Clapp Reservoir  Subbasin Plan Objective :
None
Population Estimate
2005: 124,810 fish 439
Not Listed Status & Trends
Yellow Perch     Banks Lake and Potholes Reservoirs  Subbasin Plan Objective :
None
Banks Lake CPUE = 1.92  439 Not Listed Snapshot
Rainbow Trout     Banks Lake and Potholes Reservoirs  Subbasin Plan Objective :
None
Banks Lake CPUE = 0.10  439 Species of Concern Snapshot
Walleye     Banks Lake and Potholes Reservoirs  Subbasin Plan Objective :
None
Population Estimate
2005: 38,128 fish 439
Not Listed Status & Trends

Deschutes Subbasin

 
Species ESU MPG Population Biological Objective (s) Biological Status Federal Status Data / Charts
Fall Chinook Middle Columbia      Subbasin Plan Objective :
13,000-16,000 natural adults311
Adult Counts
2016: 1,074 adults (Pelton Dam - natural)98
Not Listed Status & Trends
Spring Chinook Middle Columbia      Subbasin Plan Objective :
2,600-2,800 natural adults; 2,200-2,300 above Warm Springs National Fish Hatchery and 400-500 in Shitike Creek311
Redd Counts
2015: 72 redds 156
Not Listed Status & Trends
Pacific Lamprey       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None
Adult Population Estimate (Lower Deschutes)
2017: 24,017adults 506
Species of Concern Status & Trends
Sockeye       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None
Unknown Not Listed No Data
Summer Steelhead Middle Columbia  Cascades Eastern Slope Tributaries  Westside, Eastside, Crooked River (extirpated)  Subbasin Plan Objective :
Westside - 4,500-5,000 natural adults (plus 1,600-1,850 in areas not currently accessible)
Eastside - 2,400-2,900 natural adults
Crooked River - 700-1,000 natural adults311
Recovery Plan Criteria :
1,000 natural adults each for Westside and Eastside populations302
NOSA Estimate
2016: Deschutes River (westside) - 472 spawners474
Deschutes River (eastside) - 1,942 spawners474
Adult Counts (Pelton Dam)
2016: 2,507
Hatchery - 2,443 adults 192
Natural - 64 adults 192
Redd Counts (natural)
2015: 570 redds (natural) 193, 205, 206
2012: Buck Hollow Creek - 28 redds (mixed)204
Threatened Status & Trends
Bull Trout Lower Deschutes (Within Deschutes Recovery Unit)    Shitike Creek, Warm Springs River, and 3 Metolius River populations   Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
1,500-3,000 adults distributed among 5 or more local populations312
Redd Counts
2015: 129 redds 158
Adult Counts (Pelton Dam)
2016: 13 adults 207
Threatened Status & Trends
Redband Trout       Subbasin Plan Objective :
1,500-2,500 fish greater than 8 inches per mile, Pelton Dam to Shearers Falls; 750-1000 fish greater than 8 inches per mile below Shearer Falls311
No information since 2000 Species of Concern No Data

John Day Subbasin

 
Species ESU MPG Population Biological Objective (s) Biological Status Federal Status Data / Charts
Spring Chinook Middle Columbia      Subbasin Plan Objective :
Average run size of 20,000 adults and jacks to the John Day313
Adult Escapement (natural)
2011: 14,494 adults (natural)215
Redd Counts (natural)
2015: 1,146 redds (natural) 216, 217, 218, 220, 221, 222, 223
Not Listed Status & Trends
Summer Steelhead Middle Columbia  John Day River  Upper Mainstem, South Fork, Middle Fork, North Fork, Lower Mainstem  Subbasin Plan Objective :
Average run size of 49,000 fish to the John Day313
Recovery Plan Criteria :
Upper Mainstem or Middle Fork - 1,000 natural adults, other must be maintained; North Fork must remain highly viable (currently 1,740 natural adults); Lower mainstem - 2,250 natural adults; South Fork must be maintained302
NOSA Estimate
2014: 20,505 spawners 474
Redd Counts (natural)
2017: 157 redds (natural)209, 210, 211, 240, 241
Threatened Status & Trends
Bull Trout John Day River (Within John Day River Recovery Unit)    North Fork (7 populations), Middle Fork (3 populations), Upper Mainstem (2 populations)  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
5,000 individuals distributed among 12 or more local populations312
Redd Counts
2005: 154 redds 440
Threatened Status & Trends
Westslope Cutthroat       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None313
Unknown (1,229 of 2,622 historically occupied stream miles are currently occupied) 441 Species of Concern No Data
Redband Trout       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None313
Unknown (abundant in most headwater areas) Species of Concern No Data

Snake Lower Subbasin

 
Species ESU MPG Population Biological Objective (s) Biological Status Federal Status Data / Charts
Summer Steelhead Snake River  Multiple  Multiple upriver populations  Subbasin Plan Objective :
No numeric objective for adult escapement described in the subbasin plan:
Almota Creek - 62 returning adults expected if habitat objectives are attained
Deadman Creek - 80 returning adults expected if habitat objectives are attained
Recovery Plan Criteria :
Not applicable
Adult Counts (Dam)
2017: Ice Harbor Dam - 13,073 adults (wild)60
Lower Monumental Dam - 13,762 adults (wild)60
Little Goose Dam - 11,919 adults (wild)60
Threatened Status & Trends

Tucannon Subbasin

 
Species ESU MPG Population Biological Objective (s) Biological Status Federal Status Data / Charts
Fall Chinook Snake River  Snake River  Snake River  Subbasin Plan Objective :
14,300 Natural adults314
2,000 adults315
Recovery Plan Criteria :
3,000 natural adults (entire population) 286
Adult Counts
2011: 2,044 adults81
Redd Counts (mixed)
2011: 302 redds (mixed)196
Threatened Status & Trends
Spring Chinook Snake River  Lower Snake River  Tucannon  Subbasin Plan Objective :
2,000 natural adults104
3,000 total adults315,314 Recovery Plan Criteria :
750 natural adults 286
NOSA Estimate
2017: 49 spawners 474
Redd Counts (mixed)
2014: 124 redds 82
Threatened Status & Trends
Summer Steelhead Snake River  Lower Snake River  Tucannon  Subbasin Plan Objective :
948 natural-origin adults315
600 adults (existing habitat conditions) and 2,200-3,400 (future) adult escapement315
2,200 adults314
3,400 adults315
Recovery Plan Criteria :
1,000 natural spawners286
Adult Escapement (natural)
2007: 137 spawners (natural)149
Juvenile Outmigrants
2017: 20,391 juvenile474
Threatened Status & Trends
Bull Trout Tucannon (Within Snake River Washington Recovery Unit)      Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
1,000 adults512
Redd Counts
2011: 143 redds 83
Threatened Status & Trends

Umatilla Subbasin

 
Species ESU MPG Population Biological Objective (s) Biological Status Federal Status Data / Charts
Fall Chinook Middle Columbia      Subbasin Plan Objective :
4,192 natural adults319
Adult Escapement (Threemile Falls Dam)
2017: 680 adults85
Not Listed Status & Trends
Spring Chinook Middle Columbia      Subbasin Plan Objective :
1,702 natural adults319
Adult Counts (hatchery)
2017: 3,841 adults (hatchery)85
Not Listed Status & Trends
Coho       Subbasin Plan Objective :
1,568 natural adults319
Adult Counts (Threemile Falls Dam)
2017: 3,045 adults (hatchery)85
Not Listed Status & Trends
Summer Steelhead Middle Columbia  Umatilla/Walla Walla Rivers  Umatilla  Subbasin Plan Objective :
3,610 natural adults319
Recovery Plan Criteria :
1,500 natural adults16
NOSA Estimate
2016: 3,599 spawners474
Redd Counts (mixed)
2017: 40 redds (mixed)224
Threatened Status & Trends
Bull Trout Umatilla River (Within Umatilla-Walla Walla Recovery Unit)    North Fork Umatilla, South Fork Umatilla, North Fork Meacham Creek   Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
500-5,000 adults distributed among three local populations321
Redd Counts
2010: 13 redds141
Threatened Status & Trends

Walla Walla Subbasin

 
Species ESU MPG Population Biological Objective (s) Biological Status Federal Status Data / Charts
Spring Chinook Middle Columbia      Subbasin Plan Objective :
3,000 natural adults and 2,500 hatchery adults (ODFW and CTUIR objective only)322
Not Listed Status & Trends
Summer Steelhead Middle Columbia  Umatilla/Walla Walla Rivers  Walla Walla, Touchet  Subbasin Plan Objective :
4,600 - 5,600 total returns: 3,000 natural and 1,600 - 2,600 hatchery (CTUIR objectiver only)321
Recovery Plan Criteria :
1,000 natural adults for at least one population, the other must be maintained
NOSA Estimate
Walla Walla River
2014: 434 spawners 474

Touchet River
2016: 179 spawners 474

Redd Counts (mixed)
2015: 353 redds (mixed) 225
Juvenile Outmigrants
2016: 31,820 juveniles474
Threatened Status & Trends
Bull Trout Walla Walla River(Within Umatilla-Walla Walla Recovery Unit)    Upper Walla Walla, Mill Creek, Touchet River  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
3,000-5,000 adults distributed among three or more local populations321
Redd Count
2014: 41 redds507
Threatened Status & Trends

Yakima Subbasin

 
Species ESU MPG Population Biological Objective (s) Biological Status Federal Status Data / Charts
Fall Chinook   Yakima  Marion Drain and Yakima  Subbasin Plan Objective :
None
Recovery Plan Criteria :
None
Adult Counts (Prosser Dam) (mixed)
2016: 4,941 adults 99
Not Listed Status & Trends
Spring Chinook   Yakima  American, Naches, Upper Yakima  Subbasin Plan Objective :
None
Recovery Plan Criteria :
None
Redd Counts
2017: 836 redds 102
Not Listed Status & Trends
Pacific Lamprey       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None
Adult Counts
2017: 561 adults463
Species of Concern Status & Trends
Sockeye       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None
Cleelum Lake Potential - 30-50,000 adults435
Bumping Lake Potential - 10-17,000 adults323
Adult Count (Prosser Dam)
2017: 372 adults (wild)275
Not Listed Status & Trends
Summer Steelhead Middle Columbia  Yakima  Naches, Satus, Toppenish and Upper Yakima  Recovery Plan Criteria :
(Delisting Threshold)302
Naches River - 1,500 adults
Satus Creek - 500 natural adults (plus additional 500 in lower mainstem or in another population)
Toppenish Creek - 250 natural adults
Upper Yakima - 500 adults302
Adult Counts (Prosser Dam) (mixed)
2017: 2,566 adults 100
Redd Counts
2016: 197 redds
Threatened Status & Trends
Bull Trout Yakima (Within Middle Columbia River Recovery Unit)      Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
2,550 - 3050 adults287
Subbasin Plan Objective :
None
Redd Counts
2011: 760 redds
South Fork Ahtanum - 4 redds 87
Middle Fork Ahtanum - 11 redds 87
Gold Creek - 7 redds 87
Bumping River - 0 redds 87
Crow Creek - 7 redds 87
North Fork Tieton River - 11 redds 87
Kachess River - 33 redds 87
Box Canyon Creek - 31 redds 87
Indian Creek - 147 redds 87
Deep Creek - 19287
American River/Union Creek - 40 redds 87
Ahtanum North Fork/Shellneck Creek - 1 redd87
Teanaway North Fork River/De Roux - 0 redds 87
Rattlesnake Creek/Little Wildcat/Shell Creek - 42 redds 87
Tieton South Fork/Bear Creek - 234 redds 87
Threatened Status & Trends

Intermountain Province

Coeur d'Alene Subbasin

 
Species ESU MPG Population Biological Objective (s) Biological Status Federal Status Data / Charts
Bull Trout Coeur d’Alene Lake (Within the Coeur d’Alene River Recovery Unit)      Subbasin Plan Objective :
St. Joe River — 8 local populations contributing to a total of 800 annual adult spawners (5 local populations with an average of 500 annual adult spawners will occur above and/or in Red Ives Creek and 3 local populations with an average of 300 annual adult spawners will occur from Ives Creek downstream to Big Creek)

Coeur d'Alene River (North Fork Coeur d'Alene drainage) - at least 3 local populations contributing to an average of 300 annual adult spawners)

Total of 1,100 adult spawners per year between the two subunits324

Redd Counts
2013: 41 redds
Medicine Creek - 20 redds 266
St. Joe River (Heller to St. Joe Lake) - 1 redd 266
Wisdom Creek - 1 redd 266
Bean Creek - 0 redds266
North Fork Bean Creek - 8 redds266
Mill Creek - 6 redds266
Tinear Creek - 5 redds266
Threatened Status & Trends
Westslope Cutthroat       Subbasin Plan Objective :
Catch rate of 1.0 fish per hour in the St. Joe, Coeur d'Alene, and St. Maries rivers and an annual catch of over 1,000 fish in Coeur d'Alene Lake325
Density (number/100m2)
North Fork Coeur d'Alene River
2013: 0.75 fish/100m2
Lower North Fork Coeur d'Alene River - 0.73266
North Fork Coeur d'Alene River - 2.73266
Little North Fork Coeur d'Alene River - 0.97266
Teepee Creek - 0.77266
Evans Creek Watershed
2012: 16.57 fish/100m2
Evans Creek - 18.55 fish/100m2273
East Fork Evans - 19.7 fish/100m2273
South Fork Evan - 7.4 fish/100m2273
Rainbow Fork - 0 fish/100m2273
Lake Creek Watershed
2012: 23.62 fish/100m2
Upper Lake Creek - 18.87 fish/100m2273
Bozard Creek - 36.86 fish/100m2273
West Fork Lake Creek - 13.42 fish/100m2273
Benewah Creek Watershed
2012: 11.66 fish/100m2
Benewah manistem - 12 fish/100m2273
Coon Creek - 2.73 fish/100m2273
Bull Creek - 14.75 fish/100m2273
Whitetail Creek - 9 fish/100m2273
Windfall Creek - 13.95 fish/100m2273
Schoolhouse Creek - 15.6 fish/100m2273
South Fork Benewah Creek - 12.15 fish/100m2273
West Fork Benewah Creek - 11.05 fish/100m2273
Species of Concern Status & Trends
Kokanee       Subbasin Plan Objective :
Annual catch rate greater than 500,000325
Abundance (age 0-4) (Coeur d'Alene Lake)
2013: 6,704,000 fish (age 0-4)160
Not Listed Status & Trends

Columbia Upper Subbasin

 
Species ESU MPG Population Biological Objective (s) Biological Status Federal Status Data / Charts
Chinook       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None
Extirpated Not Listed No Data
Pacific Lamprey       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None
Extirpated Not Listed No Data
Burbot       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None
CPUE (FWIN Survey)
2016: 1.72 (258 fish) 483
Not Listed Snapshot
Kokanee       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None
Harvest
2016: 10,440 fish (wild) 483
CPUE (FWIN Survey)
2016: 0.01 (2 fish)483
Not Listed Status & Trends
White Sturgeon       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None
Lake Roosevelt Fall Gill Net Captures (wild and hatchery)
2016: 21 fish (wild and hatchery)482
CPUE (FWIN Survey)
2016: 0.10 (15 fish)483
Not Listed Status & Trends
Rainbow Trout       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None
Harvest
2016: 41,918
Lake Roosevelt - 39,090 (hatchery)483
Lake Roosevelt - 2,828 (wild)483
CPUE (FWIN)
2016: 0.25 (38 fish)483
Not Listed Status & Trends
Redband Trout       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None
Fish Collected
2014: 1,236 fish (Big Sheep Creek)280
2013: 502 fish (North Fork Deadman Creek tributaries)281
Not Listed No Data

Pend Oreille Subbasin

 
Species ESU MPG Population Biological Objective (s) Biological Status Federal Status Data / Charts
Bull Trout Lake Pend Oreille (Within the Clark Fork Recovery Unit—Lower Clark Fork Subunit), Priest Lakes (Within the Clark Fork Recovery Unit— Priest Subunit), Pend Oreille River downstream from Albeni Falls including all tributaries to the Canadian border (Within the Northeast Washington Recovery Unit)       Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
Lake Pend Oreille
2,500 adults among at least 6 local populations with greater than 100 adults (USFWS 2003 Ch 3)

Priest Lakes
1,000 adults among at least 5 local populations with greater than 100 adults (USFWS 2003 Ch 3)

Pend Oreille River
1,575-2,625 adults (Indian Creek 50-100, Slate Creek 25-75, Mill Creek 50-150, Cedar Creek 150-250, Ruby Creek 100-200), Tacoma Creek 150-350, Calispell Creek 50-100, Sulliva Creek 600-850, and Le Clerc Creek 400-550) (USFWS 2003 Ch 23)327

Redd Counts
2015: 530 redds
Lightning Creek - 11 redd501
East Fork Lightning Creek - 17 redds501
Savage Creek - 5 redds 501
Char Creek - 0 redds501
Porcupine Creek - 0 redds501
Wellington Creek - 8 redds501
Rattle Creek - 5 redds501
Johnson Creek - 5 redds501
Morris Creek - 0 redds501
Strong Creek - 0 redds501
Trestle Creek - 117 redds501
Pack River - 14 redds501
Grouse Creek - 48 redds501
Granite Creek - 68 redds501
Sullivan Springs Creek - 0 redds501
North Gold Creek - 41 redds501
South Gold Creek - 69 redds501
West Gold Creek - 3 redds501
Middle Fork East River - 51 redds501
Uleda Creek - 11 redds501
Caribou Creek - 57 redds501
Threatened Status & Trends
Westslope Cutthroat       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None
No index of adult abundance in the Idaho portion of the subbasin
Over 30 populations surveyed by the Kalispel Tribe of Indians since 2002 442
Species of Concern Snapshot
Kokanee       Subbasin Plan Objective :
Lake Pend Oreille annual harvest of 750,000 of which 375,000 are hatchery-produced fish.(IPOC 2004)

Adult population size of 3.75 million (IDFG 2001)

Abundance (age 1-4)
2015: 6,180,000 fish (age1-4) 480
Not Listed Status & Trends
Mountain Whitefish       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None
Few studies exist that describe abundance. Between 1999-2001, 1,963-26,613 fish (greater than 200 mm) existed in the Lower Clark Fork River below Cabinet Gorge Dam to the inlet of Foster side-channel a href="res_datasources.cfm?mnu=res&DSID=442#442">442 Not Listed No Data

Sanpoil Subbasin

 
Species ESU MPG Population Biological Objective (s) Biological Status Federal Status Data / Charts
Chinook       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None
Extirpated Not Listed No Data
Kokanee       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None
Migrating Spawners Collected
2017:
26 fish 481
Not Listed Status & Trends
Rainbow Trout       Subbasin Plan Objective :
Catch rate of greater than 1 fish per hour329
Migrating Spawners Collected
2017:
363 fish 481
Species of Concern Status & Trends

Spokane Subbasin

 
Species ESU MPG Population Biological Objective (s) Biological Status Federal Status Data / Charts
Chinook       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None
Extirpated Not Listed No Data
Pacific Lamprey       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None
Extirpated Not Listed No Data
Largemouth Bass       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None
Nine Mile Reservoir
Relative Abundance = 0.9% (2002) 466
CPUE = 3.0 (±3.1) fish/hour (2002) 466
Spokane Arm (Rest of Lake Roosevelt Included)
CPUE: (FWIN)
2016:
0.00 (0 fish) 483

Status & Trends
Kokanee       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None
Spokane Arm (Rest of Lake Roosevelt Included)
Harvest
2016: 10,440 fish (wild) 483
Spokane Arm (Rest of Lake Roosevelt Included)
CPUE (FWIN Survey)
2016:
0.01 (2 fish)483
Not Listed Status & Trends
Redband Trout       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None
Upper Spokane River
1,149 fish > 200 mm (2007) 468

Middle Spokane River
CPUE (eletrofishing) = 15.8 (+8.5) fish/1.85 hours, 0.1 (+0.2) (gill netting) (2007) 469

Abundance (>10 inches)
Lower Spokane River (Peaceful Valley to T.J. Meenach Bridge)
2013: 1,266 fish 276
Upper Spokane River (Washingtn-Idaho Stateline to Donkey Island)
2009: 1,368 fish277
Species of Concern Snapshot
Mountain Whitefish       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None
Middle Spokane River
CPUE (eletrofishing) = 9.8 (+6.4) fish/1.85 hours, 0.0 (gill netting) (2007)469

Free-flowing Spokane River
Relative Abundance = 11.7% (2002)470
CPUE = 30.9 (+ 12.0) fish/hour (2002)470

Nine Mile Reservoir
Relative Abundance = 0.9% (2002)470
CPUE = 2.7 (+1.6) fish/hour (electrofishing), 0.1 (+ 0.2) fish/hour (littoral gillnetting), and 0.2 (+ 0.2) fish/hour (pelagic gillnetting) (2002) 470

Spokane Arm (Rest of Lake Roosevelt Included)
CPUE: (FWIN)
2016:
< 0.01 (1 fish)483
Not Listed Status & Trends

Lower Columbia Province

Cowlitz Subbasin

 
Species ESU MPG Population Biological Objective (s) Biological Status Federal Status Data / Charts
Fall Chinook Lower Columbia  Cascade Fall  Lower Cowlitz, Upper Cowlitz, Toutle, Coweeman  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
Natural Adults
Upper Cowlitz - no objective; Lower Cowlitz - 3,000; Toutle - 4,000; Coweeman - 900 298
NOSA Estimate
2015:
Toutle River - 440 spawners474
Coweeman River - 1,430 Adults474
2013:
Upper Cowlitz River - 3,287 spawners474
Lower Cowlitz River - 3,587 Adults474
Juvenile Outmigrants
2017: 32,459 juveniles474
Threatened Status & Trends
Spring Chinook Lower Columbia  Cascade Spring  Upper Cowlitz, Cispus, Tilton, Toutle  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
Natural Adults
Upper Cowlitz - 1,800; Cispus - 1,800; Tilton - No Objective; Toutle - 1,100 298
NOSA Estimate
2014: 227 spawners (natural)474
Threatened Status & Trends
Chum Columbia River  Cascade  Cowlitz  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
Fall Run - 900 natural adults; Summer Run - 900 natural adtuls 298
9 adults collected at Cowlitz Salmon Hatchery 513 Threatened No Data
Coho Lower Columbia  Cascade  Lower Cowlitz, Coweeman, South Fork Toutle, North Fork Toutle, Upper Cowlitz, Cispus, Tilton  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
Natural Adults
Lower Cowlitz - 3,700; Coweeman - 1,200; South Fork Toutle = 1,900; North Fork Toutle - 1,900; Upper Cowlitz - 2,000; Cispus - 2,000; Tilton - No objective 298
NOSA Estimate
2012: Tilton River (early) - 2,744 spawners474
2013: North Fork Toutle River (early and late) - 1,425 spawners474
2015: Lower Cowlitz(late) - 5,132 spawners474
Upper Cowlitz(early and late) - 381 spawners474
Coweeman (late) - 767 spawners474
South Fork, Toutle River (early and late) - 1,537 spawners474
Threatened Status & Trends
Winter Steelhead Lower Columbia  Cascade Winter  Lower Cowlitz, Coweeman, South Fork Toutle, North Fork Toutle, Upper Cowlitz, Cispus, Tilton  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
Natural Adults
Lower Cowlitz - 400; Coweeman - 500; South Fork Toutle - 600; North Fork Toutle - 600; Upper Cowlitz - 500; Cispus - 500; Tilton - 200 298
NOSA Estimate 2015: Upper Cowlitz River - 151 adults 474
2013: Tilton River - 445 spawners474
Adult Escapement (natural)
2015: 940 adults (natural) 111
2014: Cowlitz River - 24 spawners 111
Green River - 310 spawners 111
Juvenile Outmigrants
2017: 11,567 juveniles474
Threatened Status & Trends

Kalama Subbasin

 
Species ESU MPG Population Biological Objective (s) Biological Status Federal Status Data / Charts
Fall Chinook Lower Columbia  Cascade Fall  Kalama  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
500 natural adults 298
NOSA Estimate
2015: 3,598 spawners (natural)474
Threatened Status & Trends
Spring Chinook Lower Columbia  Cascade Spring  Kalama  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
300 natural adults298
Adult Escapement (natural)
2014: 187 adults (natural)117
Threatened Status & Trends
Chum Columbia River  Cascade  Kalama  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
900 natural adults 298
Unknown Threatened No Data
Coho Lower Columbia  Cascade  Kalama  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
500 natural adults298
NOSA Estimate
2015: 239 spawners 474
Threatened Status & Trends
Coastal Cutthroat       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None300
Unknown Species of Concern No Data
Summer Steelhead Lower Columbia  Cascade Summer  Kalama  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
500 natural adults298
Adult Escapement (natural)
2015: 814 adults (natural)116
Threatened Status & Trends
Winter Steelhead Lower Columbia  Cascade Winter  Kalama  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
600 natural adults 298
NOSA Estimate
2015: 2,106 spawners474
Juvenile Outmigrants
2017: 14,043 juveniles (summer and winter)474
Threatened Status & Trends

Lewis Subbasin

 
Species ESU MPG Population Biological Objective (s) Biological Status Federal Status Data / Charts
Fall Chinook Lower Columbia  Cascade Fall  Lewis  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
1,500 natural adults298
NOSA Estimate
2015: 4,360 spawners 474
Threatened Status & Trends
Late Fall Chinook Lower Columbia  Cascade Late Fall  Lewis  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
7,300 natural adults298
NOSA Estimate
2015: 23,614 spawners 474
Threatened Status & Trends
Spring Chinook Lower Columbia  Cascade Spring  Lewis  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
1,500 natural adults298
Adult Escapement (natural)
2014: 428 adults 508
Threatened Status & Trends
Chum Columbia River  Cascade  Lewis  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
1,300 natural adults298
Unknown Threatened No Data
Coho Lower Columbia  Cascade  North Fork, East Fork  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
North Fork - 500 natural adults; East Fork - 2,000 natural adults298
NOSA Estimate
2012: North Fork Lewis River - 2,579 spawners474
2015: Lewis River- 4,360 spawners474
East Fork Lewis River (early and late) - 389 spawners474
Threatened Status & Trends
Coastal Cutthroat       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None300
Unknown Species of Concern Status & Trends
Summer Steelhead Lower Columbia  Cascade Summer  North Fork, East Fork  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
North Fork - No Objective; East Fork - 500 natural adults298
Adult Escapement (natural)
2015: East Fork - 843 adults (natural)122
Threatened Status & Trends
Winter Steelhead Lower Columbia  Cascade Winter  North Fork, East Fork  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
North Fork - 400 natural adults; East Fork - 500 natural adults298
Adult Escapement (natural)
2015: 678 adults (natural)121
Threatened Status & Trends
Bull Trout Lewis (Within the Lower Columbia River Recovery Unit)    Cougar Creek, Pine Creek, Rush Creek  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
Maintain current distribution, restore distribution to previously occupied areas, and maintain stable or increasing trends in abundance310
Population Estimate
2015: 697 fish (Swift Reservoir)479
Threatened Status & Trends

Sandy Subbasin

 
Species ESU MPG Population Biological Objective (s) Biological Status Federal Status Data / Charts
Fall Chinook Lower Columbia  Cascade Fall  Sandy  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
1,031 natural adults299
Escapement (adult and jacks)
2016: 0 adults and jacks495
Threatened Status & Trends
Late Fall Chinook Lower Columbia  Cascade Late Fall  Sandy  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
3,858 natural adults299
NOSA Estimate
2016: 1,270 spawners 474
Adult and Jack Count
2016: 478 spawners (natural) 31
Threatened Status & Trends
Spring Chinook Lower Columbia  Cascade Spring  Sandy  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
1,230 natural adults299
NOSA Estimate
2016: 3,490 474
Threatened Status & Trends
Coho Lower Columbia  Cascade Winter  Sandy  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
5,685 natural adults299
NOSA Estimate
2016: Sandy River (early and late) - 939 spawners474
Threatened Status & Trends
Winter Steelhead Lower Columbia  Cascade Winter  Sandy  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
1,519 natural adults299
NOSA Estimate
2017: 2,125 spawners 474
Threatened Status & Trends

Washougal Subbasin

 
Species ESU MPG Population Biological Objective (s) Biological Status Federal Status Data / Charts
Fall Chinook Lower Columbia  Cascade Fall  Washougal  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
1,200 natural adults298
NOSA Estimate
2015: 1,703 spawners 474
Threatened Status & Trends
Chum Columbia River  Cascade  Washougal  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
1,300 natural adults298
Unknown Threatened No Data
Coho Lower Columbia  Cascade  Washougal  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
1,500 natural adults298
2,047 natural adults collected at Washougal Hatchery and another 18 collected at the Skamania hatchery514 Threatened No Data
Coastal Cutthroat       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None298
Unknown Species of Concern No Data
Summer Steelhead Lower Columbia  Cascade Summer  Washougal  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
500 natural adults298
Adult Escapement (natural)
2015: 783 adults (natural)134
Threatened Status & Trends
Winter Steelhead Lower Columbia  Cascade Winter  Washougal  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
350 natural adults298
Adult Escapement (natural)
2015: 648 adults (natural)133
Threatened Status & Trends

Willamette Subbasin

 
Species ESU MPG Population Biological Objective (s) Biological Status Federal Status Data / Charts
Fall Chinook Lower Columbia  Cascade Fall  Clackamas  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
1,551 natural adults (Clackamas population)299
Unknown Threatened No Data
Spring Chinook Upper Willamette  Upper Willamette Spring  Clackamas, Molalla, North Santiam, South Santiam, Calapooia, McKenzie, Middle Fork Willamette  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
Natural Adults
Clackamas - 2,314 330; Molalla - 699 330; North Santiam - 5,428 330, South Santiam - 3,116 330, Calapooia - 598 330, Mckenzie - 10,017 330, Middle Fork Willamette - 5,820330
NOSA Estimate
2016: Clackamas River - 4,328 spawners474
Mckenzie River - 1,716 spawners474
North Santiam River - 327 spawners474
Mkenzie River - 1,716 spawners474
South Santiam River - 499 spawners474
Middlefork Willamette River - 226 spawners474
Adult Counts
Clackamas River
2016: 4,462 adults (mixed - North Fork Dam) 137

Willamette Falls
2016: 30,317 adults (mixed) 137

North Santiam River
2016: 2,824 adults (mixed - Minto Dam) 137

McKenzie River
2016: 1,977 adults (mixed)137

South Santiam River
2016: 137 adults (mixed-foster dam)
Threatened Status & Trends
Chum Columbia  Cascade  Clackamas  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
To Be Determined 299
Unknown Threatened No Data
Coho Lower Columbia  Cascade  Clackamas  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
11,232 natural adults 299
NOSA Estimate
2016: Clackamas - 1,628 Early and Late spawners 474
Threatened Status & Trends
Coastal Cutthroat       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None
Unknown Species of Concern No Data
Winter Steelhead Lower Columbia (Clackamas); Upper Willamette  Cascade Winter (Clackamas); Upper Willamette  Clackamas, Molalla, North Santiam, South Santiam, Calapooia  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
Natural Adults
Clackamas - 10,671 299, Molalla - 3,226 330 , North Santiam - 8,362 330, South Santiam - 3,912 330, Calapooia - 522 330
NOSA Estimate
2008: South Santiam River - 1,534 spawners474
North Santiam River - 2,789 spawners474
Molalla River - 1,273 spawner474
Calopoola river - 236 spawner474
2016: Clackamas River - 2,531 spawners474
Adult Count
Willamette Falls
2016: 5,778 adults
Willamette Falls (Late) - 3,755 adults496
Willamette Falls (Early) - 2,023 adults497

North Fork Santiam River (North Fork Dam)
2015: 2,966 adults (natural and hatchery)496

South Santiam River(Foster Dam)
2015: 400 adults (natural and hatchery)136

Redd Counts
Little North Fork Santiam
2010: 12 redds 230, 231

Calapooia River
2011: North Fork Calapooia River - 2 redds 232
2010: 49 redds 232

South Santiam River Basin
2011: Wiley Creek - 14 redds 233
2010: 6 redds 233
Threatened Status & Trends
Bull Trout Upper Willamette River, Clackamas River    Mainstem McKenzie River, Trail Bridge, South Fork McKenzie River, and possibly Middle Fork Willamette River (all in Upper Willamette Core Area)  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
900-1,500 adults (600-100 in Upper Willamette Core Area; 300-500 in Clackamas Core Area)331
Redd Counts
2009: 240 redds 189
Threatened Status & Trends
Oregon Chub Willamette Subbasin      Recovery Plan Criteria :
20 populations of the least 500 adults, all exhibiting stable or increasing trend; at least four populations each in Mainstem Willamette, Middle Fork Willamette, and Santiam436
2015: Delisted
2013: Oregon chub exceed recovery criteria as defined in the species' Recovery Plan - 41 populations with 500 or more individuals; 23 populations met the second criterion. Of the populations meeting criteria 1 and 2, 10 are located in the Middle Fork Willamette recovery area, 7 are located in the Santiam Recovery Area, ands 6 are located in the Mainstem Willamete Recovery Area 282
Threatened No Data

Middle Snake Province

Boise Subbasin

 
Species ESU MPG Population Biological Objective (s) Biological Status Federal Status Data / Charts
Bull Trout Arrowrock, Anderson Ranch, and Lucky Peak (Within the Boise River Subunit); North Fork Payette, Upper South Fork Payette, Deadwood river, and Squaw Creek (Within the Payette River Subunit); Weiser River (Within the Weiser River Subunit) (All within the Southwest Idaho Recovery Unit)      Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
500 adults in local populations332
Abundance estimates (all age groups)
Southwest Idaho Recovery Unit
143,356 fish (+95% CI = 64,750) 448
Boise River Subunit
Arrowrock—53,028 fish (+95% CI = 25,725) 448
Anderson Ranch—10,412 fish (+95% CI = 6,504) 448
Lucky Peak—NA 448
Payette River Subunit
Deadwood River—4,007 fish (+95% CI = 4,518) 448
Squaw Creek—17,251 fish (+95% CI = 27,689) 448
Upper South Fork Payette River—21,303 fish (+95% CI = 13,113) 448
Middle Fork Payette River—NA 448
North Fork Payette River—NA 448
Weiser River—NA 448
Threatened Snapshot
Kokanee       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None333
Not available Not Listed No Data
Redband Trout       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None333
Stream order and density estimates (fish/m2)
Boise River 427
1 - 0.114
2 - 0.026
3 - 0.012
5 - 0.056
6 - 0.001
Species of Concern No Data
Rainbow Trout       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None333
Stream order and density estimates (fish/m2)
Boise River427
1 - 0.114
2 - 0.026
3 - 0.012
5 - 0.056
6 - 0.001
Species of Concern No Data

Bruneau Subbasin

 
Species ESU MPG Population Biological Objective (s) Biological Status Federal Status Data / Charts
Bull Trout Jarbidge Distinct Population Segment      Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
270 - 1,000 adults spawning fish285
50-125 spawners 430 Threatened No Data
Redband Trout       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None335
Stream order and density estimates (fish/m2)
Bruneau River 427
1 - 0.381
2 - 0.237
3 - 0.162
4 - 0.007
Species of Concern No Data
Mountain Whitefish       Subbasin Plan Objective :
No numeric objective for adult abundance described in the subbasin plan
8,664 fish 427 Not Listed No Data

Burnt Subbasin

 
Species ESU MPG Population Biological Objective (s) Biological Status Federal Status Data / Charts
Redband Trout       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None336
No specific data are available regarding population numbers Species of Concern No Data

Malheur Subbasin

 
Species ESU MPG Population Biological Objective (s) Biological Status Federal Status Data / Charts
Spring Chinook       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None337
Extirpated Not Listed No Data
Bull Trout Malheur (Within the Malheur River Recovery Unit)      Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
2,000-3,000 adults distributed between Upper Malheau River and North Fork Malheur River (USFWS)338
Redd Counts
2013: 68 redds107
Threatened Status & Trends
Redband Trout       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None337
Population estimate = 156,200 (+ 23,273), Population densities ranged from 0.005 - 0.730 fish/m2 with a mean density of 0.181354 Species of Concern No Data

Owyhee Subbasin

 
Species ESU MPG Population Biological Objective (s) Biological Status Federal Status Data / Charts
Redband Trout       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None339
Stream order and density estimates (fish/m2)
Owyhee River447
1 - 0.267
2 - 0.149
3 - 0.016
Species of Concern No Data

Payette Subbasin

 
Species ESU MPG Population Biological Objective (s) Biological Status Federal Status Data / Charts
Bull Trout Arrowrock, Anderson Ranch, and Lucky Peak (Within the Boise River Subunit); North Fork Payette, Upper South Fork Payette, Deadwood river, and Squaw Creek (Within the Payette River Subunit); Weiser River (Within the Weiser River Subunit) (All within the Southwest Idaho Recovery Unit)      Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
500 adults in local populations332
Abundance estimates (all age groups)
Southwest Idaho Recovery Unit
143,356 fish (+95% CI = 64,750) 448
Boise River Subunit
Arrowrock—53,028 fish (+95% CI = 25,725) 488
Anderson Ranch—10,412 fish (+95% CI = 6,504) 488
Lucky Peak—NA 488
Payette River Subunit
Deadwood River—4,007 fish (+95% CI = 4,518) 488
Squaw Creek—17,251 fish (+95% CI = 27,689) 488
Upper South Fork Payette River—21,303 fish (+95% CI = 13,113) 488
Middle Fork Payette River—NA 488
North Fork Payette River—NA 448
Weiser River—NA 448
Threatened Snapshot
Kokanee       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None333
Not Available Not Listed No Data
Redband Trout       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None333
Stream order and density estimates (fish/m2)
Payette River427
1 - 0.062
2 - 0.076
3 - 0.046
Species of Concern No Data
Rainbow Trout       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None333
Stream order and density estimates (fish/m2)
Payette River427
1 - 0.062
2 - 0.076
3 - 0.046
Species of Concern No Data

Powder Subbasin

 
Species ESU MPG Population Biological Objective (s) Biological Status Federal Status Data / Charts
Bull Trout Powder River (Within the Hells Canyon Complex Recovery Unit)      Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
5,000 adults in the Recovery Unit (adults abundance requirements not provided for the Powder River Core population)340
Unknown 449 Threatened No Data
Redband Trout       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None341
An estimate of redband trout in the subbasin is difficult because limited population studies have been conducted. Most recent information is from 1997 Species of Concern No Data

Snake Lower Middle Subbasin

 
Species ESU MPG Population Biological Objective (s) Biological Status Federal Status Data / Charts
Bull Trout Pine/Indian/Wildhorse (Within the Hells Canyon Complex Recovery Unit)      Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
Greater than 500 adults in Indian Creek, Bear Creek, Crooked River Upper Pine Creek (including West Fork Pine, Middle Fork Pine, and East Fork Pine creeks), Clear Creek (including Trail and Meadow creeks), East Pine Creek, and Elk Creek (including Aspen, Big Elk, and Cabin creeks) (Subbasin Plan). 5,000 adults in the Recovery Unit (adult abundance requirements not provided for the Pine/Indian/Wildhorse core population) 450
74 redds in Pine Creek 457 Threatened Status & Trends
Wood River Sculpin       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None343
Approx. 1.36 million fish present throughout the Wood River basin 427 Not Listed No Data
White Sturgeon       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None343
Hells Canyon Reservoir
2002: Estimated abundance (fish > 24 inches) = 3,625451
Oxbow Reservoir
1998: None collected451
Brownlee Reservoir
2001: Estimated abundance (fish > 28 inches) = 155451
Not Listed Snapshot
Redband Trout       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None343
Stream order and density estimates (fish/m2)
Snake River Tributaries427
1 - 0.124
2 - 0.168
3 - 0.138
4 - 0.047
Species of Concern Snapshot
Mountain Whitefish       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None343
Big Wood Drainage
2,876 fish 427
No data exist for other tributary free flowing river reaches or reservoir populations 452
Not Listed Snapshot

Snake Upper Middle Subbasin

 
Species ESU MPG Population Biological Objective (s) Biological Status Federal Status Data / Charts
Bull Trout Pine/Indian/Wildhorse (Within the Hells Canyon Complex Recovery Unit)      Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
Greater than 500 adults in Indian Creek, Bear Creek, Crooked River Upper Pine Creek (including West Fork Pine, Middle Fork Pine, and East Fork Pine creeks), Clear Creek (including Trail and Meadow creeks), East Pine Creek, and Elk Creek (including Aspen,
74 redds in Pine Creek Threatened No Data
Wood River Sculpin       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None343
Approx. 1.36 million fish present throughout the Wood River basin 427 Not Listed No Data
White Sturgeon       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None396
Upper Salmon Falls Reservoir
2008: Estimated abundance (fish > 28 inches TL) = 346451
Lower Salmon Falls Reservoir
2009: Estimated abundance (fish > 28 inches TL) = 21451
Bliss Reservoir
2004: Estimated abundance (fish > 28 inches TL) = 83451
C.J. Strike Reservoir
2010: Estimated abundance (fish > 28 inches TL) = 4,025451
Not Listed Snapshot
Redband Trout       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None343
Stream order and density estimates (fish/m2)
Snake River Tributaries 427
1 - 0.124
2 - 0.168
3 - 0.138
4 - 0.047
Species of Concern Snapshot
Mountain Whitefish       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None343
Big Wood Drainage
2,876 fish 427
No data exist for other tributary free flowing river reaches or reservoir populations 452
Not Listed Snapshot

Weiser Subbasin

 
Species ESU MPG Population Biological Objective (s) Biological Status Federal Status Data / Charts
Bull Trout Arrowrock, Anderson Ranch, and Lucky Peak (Within the Boise River Subunit); North Fork Payette, Upper South Fork Payette, Deadwood river, and Squaw Creek (Within the Payette River Subunit); Weiser River (Within the Weiser River Subunit) (All within the Southwest Idaho Recovery Unit)      Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
500 adults in local populations332
Abundance estimates (all age groups)
Southwest Idaho Recovery Unit
143,356 fish (+95% CI = 64,750) 448
Boise River Subunit
Arrowrock—53,028 fish (+95% CI = 25,725) 448
Anderson Ranch—10,412 fish (+95% CI = 6,504) 448
Lucky Peak—NA 448
Payette River Subunit
Deadwood River—4,007 fish (+95% CI = 4,518) 448
Squaw Creek—17,251 fish (+95% CI = 27,689) 448
Upper South Fork Payette River—21,303 fish (+95% CI = 13,113) 448
Middle Fork Payette River—NA 448
North Fork Payette River—NA 448
Weiser River—NA 448
Threatened No Data
Kokanee       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None333
Not available Not Listed No Data
Redband Trout       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None333
Stream order and density estimates (fish/m2)
Weiser River427
1 - 0.104
2 - 0.120
3 - 0.070
Species of Concern No Data
Rainbow Trout       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None333
Stream order and density estimates (fish/m2)
Weiser River427
1 - 0.104
2 - 0.120
3 - 0.070
Species of Concern No Data

Mountain Columbia Province

Flathead Subbasin

 
Species ESU MPG Population Biological Objective (s) Biological Status Federal Status Data / Charts
Bull Trout Akokala Lake, Arrow Lake, Big Salmon Lake, Bowman Lake, Quartz Lakes, Clearwater River and lakes, Cyclone Lake, Doctor Lake, Flathead Lake, Frozen Lake, Harrison Lake, Holland Lake, Hungry Horse Reservoir, Isabel lakes, Kintla Lake, Lake McDonald, Lincoln Lake, Lindbergh Lake, Logging Lake, Lower Flathear River, Lower Quartz Lake, Swan Lake, Trout Lake, Upper Kintla Lake, Upper Stillwater Lake, Upper Whitefish Lake (Within Clark Fork Recovery Unit)      Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
Each core area supports at least 5 local populations with 100 or more adults each and contains 1,000 or more adults in total

(biologists suggest the minimum number of populations should be greater)344
North Fork Flathead River Core
2015: 207 redds 88
Middle Fork Flathead River Core
2015: 145 redds 88
South Fork Flathead River Core
2011: 319 redds 88
Flathead River Core
2012: 53 redds 88
Swan Lake Core
2015: 451 redds 88
Hungry Horse Reservoir Core
2015: 73 redds 88
Whitefish Lake Core
2015: Swift Creek - 5 redds 88
Upper Whitefish Lake Core
2015: West Fork Swift Creek - 6 redds88
Holland Lake Core
2015: Holland Creek - 18 redd88
Bowman Lake Core
2011: Bowman Creek - 3 redds88
Logging Lake Core
2012: Logging Creek - 1 redd88
Cyclone Lake Core
2012: Cyclone Creek - 4 redds88
Quartz Lake Core
2012: Quartz Creek -36 redds88
Harrison Lake Core
2012: Harrison Creek - 1 redd88
Big Salmon Lake Core
2006: Big Salmon - 53 redds88
Threatened Status & Trends
Westslope Cutthroat       Subbasin Plan Objective :
At least 500 adults per conservation population (at least 20 genetically pure populations) with a minimum of 50 adults in each subpopulation344
Hungry Horse Reservoir Tributaries
2009: 293 redds
Emery Creek - 178 redds 161
Hungry Horse Creek - 70 redds161
Margaret Creek - 19 redds 161
Tiger Creek - 26 redds161
Flathead Drainage
2009: 56 redds
Cyclone Creek - 17161
Langford Creek - 13 redds161
Challenge Creek - 17 redds161
Dodge Creek - 9 redds161
Species of Concern Status & Trends

Kootenai Subbasin

 
Species ESU MPG Population Biological Objective (s) Biological Status Federal Status Data / Charts
Burbot       Subbasin Plan Objective :
Achieve a minimum number of 2,500 adults by 2020 in the Kootenai River downstream from Libby Dam345
Hatchery Releases
2015: 905,181 hatchery-reared burbot released478
Fish Collected
2015: 1,093 fish 478
Not Listed Status & Trends
Bull Trout Lake Koocanusa, Kootenai River River, Sophie Lake, and Bull Lake (within the Kootenai River Recovery Unit)      Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
Koocanusa Reservoir and Kootenai River/Kootenay Lake host 5 local populations (including British Columbia) with 100 individuals each and each core area contains at least 1,000 adults, Bull and Sophie lakes each support at least 1 local population containing 100 or more adults346
Kootenai River/Kootenay Lake Core
2016: 55 redds 90
Bull Lake Core
2015: 18 redds 90
Koocanusa Core
2015: 90 redds 90
Threatened Status & Trends
Westslope Cutthroat       Subbasin Plan Objective :
Five genetically pure conservation populations with 50 adults in each of the subpopulations in Lake Koocanusa, Kootenai River, and Kootenay Lake with each conservation population containing at least 500 adults345
0.024 fish/m in drainage 453 Species of Concern No Data
Kokanee       Subbasin Plan Objective :
Greater than 50 adults spawning in each tributary by 2007, greater than 100 adults by 2020, and greater than 250 adults spawning in 2030 (for Lower Kootenai River, reservoirs, and tributaries)345
Adult Count
2009: 383 adults
Boundry Creek - 0 adults270
Long Canyon Creek - 130 adults270
Parker Creek - 70 adults270
Trout Creek - 100 adults 270
Ball Creek - 74 adults270
Myrtle Creek - 9 adults270
2008: Smith Creek - 215 adults270
Not Listed Status & Trends
White Sturgeon       Subbasin Plan Objective :
Natural reproduction in at least 3 different years over a 10-year period with 20 individuals from each of the three years reaching more than 1 year of age in all regulated mainstem reaches of the Kootenai River downstream from Kootenai Falls.

Hatchery-reared year classes (equivalent of 1,000 one-year old fish from each of 6-12 families) large enough to produce 24-120 fish surviving to sexual maturity).345

Hatchery Releases
2012: 12,983 hatchery-reared white sturgeon released478
Fish Collected
2015: 2,154 fish478
Juveniles - 1,876 fish (998 recaptures)478
Adults - 278 fish (122 recaptures)478
Endangered Status & Trends
Redband Trout       Subbasin Plan Objective :
Two genetically pure conservation populations (Yaak (above Yaak Falls) and the Kootenai)each containing at least 250 adults. Subpopulations should contain at least 50 adults.345
0.018 fish/m inthe drainage 454 Species of Concern Snapshot

Mountain Snake Province

Clearwater Subbasin

 
Species ESU MPG Population Biological Objective (s) Biological Status Federal Status Data / Charts
Fall Chinook Snake River  Snake River  Lower Snake River Mainstem  Subbasin Plan Objective :
10,000 Spawning natural adult returns347
Redd Counts
2013: 22,920 redds
Middle Fork Cleawater - 28 redds 162
Lower Selway - 10 redds162
South Fork Clearwater - 47 redds162
Clearwater (below North Fork) - 2858 redds162
Potlach - 10 redds 162
Threatened Status & Trends
Spring Chinook Snake River  Clearwater    Subbasin Plan Objective :
10,000 Spawning natural adult returns347
Lochsa River
2017: 39 redds
Lolo Creek - 16 redds109
Brushy Fork - 1 redds109
Crooked Fork - 22 redds109
2012: White Cap - 109 redds 109
2010: Fishing Creek - 14 redds109
2010: Legendary Bear Creek - 28 redds109
Selway River
2017: Selway Mainstem - 2 redds 109
2010: Lower Selway - 16 redds 109
2010: Meadow Creek - 5 redds 109
South Fork Clearwater
2017: 69 redds
Newsom Creek - 1 redds109
American - 4 redds109
Red River - 61 redds109
Colt Killed Creek - 0 redds109
Crooked River - 3 redds109
Bear Creek - 0 redds109
Not Listed Status & Trends
Summer Steelhead Snake River  Clearwater  Lower Mainstem, North Fork, Lolo Creek, Lochsa River, Selway River, and South Fork  Subbasin Plan Objective :
B-run = 12,000 spawning natural adult returns, A-run = 4,900 spawning natural adult returns347
Recovery Plan Criteria :
Lolo Creek = 500 natural adults, South Fork = 1,000 natural adults, Lochsa River and Lower Mainstem = 1,500 natural adults, no recommendation for North Fork and Selway River populations348
Adult Returns (hatchery)
2013: 122 adults (Crooked River Satellite Hatchery)108
2008: Dworshak Hatchery - 2,871 adults108
2008: Kooskia Hatchery - 52 adults 108
Juvenile Outmigrants
2016: Clearwater Lower Mainstem - 9,419 juveniles474
2015: Lochsa River - 19,599 juveniles474
2014: South Fork Clearwater River - 1,229 juveniles474
Threatened Status & Trends
Bull Trout North Fork Clearwater, Fish Lake (North Fork Clearwater), Lochsa, Fish Lake (Lochsa), Selway, South Fork Clearwater, Lower and Middle Fork Clearwater (Within Clearwater Recovery Unit)      Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
500 adults in each of Fish Lake (North Fork Clearwater, Fish Lake (Lochsa), and Lower/Middle Fork Clearwater

5,000 adults in each of the North Fork Clearwater, Lochsa, Selway, and South Fork Clearwater

North Fork Clearwater River Core
Little North Fork
2010: 64 redds
Lund Creek - 6 redds271
Little Lost Creek - 19 redds271
Lost Lake Creek - 7 redds271
Little North Fork - 22 redds271
Rocky Run Creek - 10 redds271
North Fork Clearwater
2010: 81 redds271
Bostonia Creek - 15 redds271
Niagra Gulch - 6 redds271
Placer Creek - 3 redds271
Vanderbit Gulch -57 redds271
2009: North Fork Kelley Creek - 6 redds271
2009: Long Creek - 11 redds271
2008: Quartz Creek -8 redds271
2008: Isabella Creek - 1 redd271
2008: Skull Creek - 9 redds271
2007: Swamp Creek - 1 redd271
Threatened Status & Trends
Westslope Cutthroat       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None
Density estimates (fish/100m2)
North Fork Clearwater
Isabella Creek—0.83 (2007) 352
Skull Creek—1.34 (2007) 352

Lochsa River
Mainstem Lochsa—0.16 (2006) 352
Brushy Creek—1.09 (2006) 352
Crooked Fork—1.37 (2006) 352

Selway River
Upper Selway—0.33 (2007) 352
White Cap Creek—0.46 (2007) 352
Moose Creek Drainage—0.70 (2007) 352
Little Clearwater—0.41 (2007) 352

South Fork Clearwater
American River—0.06 (2007) 352
Crooked River—0.47 (2007) 352
Red River—0.11 (2007) 352
West Fork Crooked River—9.94 (2007) 352
Species of Concern No Data
Brook Trout       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None
Occur throughout subbasin Not Listed No Data

Salmon Subbasin

 
Species ESU MPG Population Biological Objective (s) Biological Status Federal Status Data / Charts
Fall Chinook Snake River  Snake River  Lower Mainstem  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
3,000 natural adults with no fewer than 2,500 distributed in the mainstem348
Subbasin Plan Objective :
2,100-2,500 spawning natural adults349
Redd Count
2010: Salmon River Mainstem - 8 redds (redd surveys not a total count due to high water events, turbid conditions, and inclement weather239
Threatened Status & Trends
Spring Chinook       Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
Bear Valley Creek - 750 natural adults348, Big Creek - 1,000 natural adults348, Chamberlain Creek - 750 natural adults348, Loon Creek - 500 natural adults348, Marsh Creek - 500 natural adults348, Secesh Creek - 750 natural adults348, South Fork Mainstem - 1,000 natural adults348, Lemhi River - 2,000 natural adults348, Salmon River Lower Mainstem - 2,000 natural adults348, Salmon River Upper Mainstem - 1,000 natural adults. No recommendations for Camas Creek, Lower Middle Fork, North Fork, Pahsimeroi River, Valley Creek, and Yankee Fork populations.348
Subbasin Plan Objective :
36,400 spawning natural adults349
NOSA Estimate
2016:
Yankee Fork - 351 spawners 474
Lemhi - 512 spawners 474
Salmon River Upper Mainstem - 326 spawners 474
Chamberlain Creek - 568 spawners 474
Marsh Creek - 411 spawners 474
Middlefork Salmon River Upper Mainstem - 110 spawners 474
Sulphur Creek - 43 474
North Fork Salmon River - 64 spawners 474
Big Creek - 214 spawners 474
Bear Valley Creek - 469 spawners 474
Valley Creek - 153 spawners 474
East Fork Salmon River - 551 spawners 474
Salmon River Lower Mainstem - 148 spawners 474
Loon Creek - 102 spawners 474
Camas Creek - 71 spawners 474
Juvenile Outmigrants
2016: Big Creek - 323,649 juveniles 474
Marsh Creek - 587,266 juveniles 474
Salmon River Upper Mainstem - 57,039 juveniles 474
Lemhi River - 77,221 juveniles 474
Threatened Status & Trends
Summer Chinook       Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
Bear Valley Creek - 750 natural adults348, Big Creek - 1,000 natural adults348, Chamberlain Creek - 750 natural adults348, Loon Creek - 500 natural adults348, Marsh Creek - 500 natural adults348, Secesh Creek - 750 natural adults348, South Fork Mainstem - 1,000 natural adults348, Lemhi River - 2,000 natural adults348, Salmon River Lower Mainstem - 2,000 natural adults348, Salmon River Upper Mainstem - 1,000 natural adults. No recommendations for Camas Creek, Lower Middle Fork, North Fork, Pahsimeroi River, Valley Creek, and Yankee Fork populations.348
Subbasin Plan Objective :
36,400 spawning natural adults349
NOSA Estimate
2016: South Fork Salmon River - 351 spawners 474
Pahsimeroi River - 347 spawners 474
Juvenile Outmigrants
2016: South Fork Salmon River - 102,681 juveniles 474
Pahsimoroi River - 61,447 juveniles 474
Threatened Status & Trends
Sockeye Snake River  Snake River  Redfish, Alturas, Pettit Lakes  Subbasin Plan Objective :
2,000 spawning natural adults349
NOSA Estimate
2015: 8 spawners 474
Endangered Status & Trends
Summer Steelhead Snake River  Salmon River  Little Salmon River, South Fork, Secesh River, River, Chamberlain Creek, Lower Middle Fork, Upper Middle Fork, Panther Reek, North Fork, Lemhi River , Pahsimeroi River, East Fork Salmon River, Upper Salmon Mainstem  Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
Secesh River = 500 natural adults, Chamberlain Creek, Upper Mainstem, and South Fork populations = 1000 natural adults, Middle Fork Upper Mainstem = 1,500 natural adults. No recommendation for Middle Fork Lower, East Fork, Lemhi River, Little Salmon River, North Fork, Pahsimeroi River, and Panther Creek populations.348
Subbasin Plan Objective :
Greater than 21,600 spawning natural adults (includes A-and B– run)349
Juvenile Outmigrants
2016: Little Salmon River - 2,741 juveniles 474
Pahsimeroi River - 15,395 juveniles 474
Salmon River Upper Mainstem - 25,244 juveniles 474
Middle Fork Salmon River Lower Mainstem - 24,420 juveniles 474
South Fork Salmon River - 40,672 juveniles 474
Middle Fork Salmon River Upper Mainstem - 5,801 juveniles 474
2015: Lemhi River - 21,596 juveniles 474
North Fork Salmon River - 9,864 juveniles 474
Threatened No Data
Bull Trout Upper Salmon, Pahsimeroi, Lake Creek, Lemhi, Middle Salmon-Panther, Opal Lake, Middle Fork Salmon, Middle Salmon-Chamberlain, South Fork Salmon, Little-Lower Salmon (Within Salmon River Recovery Unit)      Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
Adults:
Upper Salmon - 5,000
Pahsimeroi - 3,000
Lake Creek - 100
Lemhi - 2,000
Middle Salmon-Panther - 3,000
Opal Lake - 5,000
Middle Fork Salmon - 5,000
Middle Salmon-Chamberlain - 2,000
South Fork Salmon - 5,000
Little-Lower Salmon - 2,000350
Density Estimates (fish/100m2)
Lower Salmon River
Slate Creek—0.26 (2007) 455
John Day Creek—0.00 (2006) 455
Skookumchuck Creek—0.00 (2006) 455
Little Salmon—0.04 (2006) 455

Upper and Lower Middle Fork Salmon River
Mainstem Middle Fork—0.25 (2007) 455
Loon Creek—0.07 (2005) 455
Camas Creek—0.30 (2005) 455
Marsh Creek—0.10 (2006) 455

Middle Salmon River
Panther Creek—0.13 (2006) 455
Moyer Creek—2.54 (2006) 455

Lemhi River
Lemhi River—0.13 (2006) 455, 141 redds (2007) 455
Hayden Creek—0.23 (2006) 455, 52 redds (2007) 455
Bear Valley Creek—0.13 (2006) 455, 25 redds (2007) 455

Pahsimeroi River
Pahsimeroi River—0.10 (2004) 455

Upper Salmon River
East Fork—0.04 (2006) 455
Mainstem—0.07 (2005) 455
Redfish Creek—0.04 (2005) 455
Valley Creek—0.05 (2004) 455
Threatened No Data

Upper Snake Province

Snake Headwaters Subbasin

 
Species ESU MPG Population Biological Objective (s) Biological Status Federal Status Data / Charts
Bull Trout Little Lost River (Within the Lost River Recovery Unit)      Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
6,750 adults351
Abundance estimates for recovery unit
45,534 fish (±95% CI = 24,575)448

Density Estimate (Lost River Basin)
2.6 fish /100m2 (2004) 456

Threatened Snapshot
Yellowstone Cutthroat       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None
Abundance (fish/100m2)
2010: 28 fish/100m
Willow Creek Drainage - 14.9 fish/100m2355
South Fork Snake River Drainage - 40.7 fish/100m2355
Palisades Reservoir/Salt River Drainages - 43.2 fish/100m2355
Teton River Drainage - 13.5 fish/100m2355
Species of Concern Snapshot
Mountain Whitefish       Unknown Not Listed No Data

Snake Upper Subbasin

 
Species ESU MPG Population Biological Objective (s) Biological Status Federal Status Data / Charts
Bull Trout Little Lost River (Within the Lost River Recovery Unit)      Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
6,750 adults351
Abundance estimates for recovery unit
45,534 fish (±95% CI = 24,575)448

Density Estimate (Lost River Basin)
2.6 fish /100m2 (2004) 456

Threatened Snapshot
Yellowstone Cutthroat       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None
Abundance (fish/100m2)
2010: 21.1 fish/100m2
Raft River/Goose Creek Drainages - 12 fish/100m2355
Portneuf River Drainage - 20.8 fish/100m2355
Blackfoot River Drainage - 30.4 fish/100m2355
Species of Concern Snapshot
Mountain Whitefish       Unknown Not Listed No Data

Snake Upper Closed Basin Subbasin

 
Species ESU MPG Population Biological Objective (s) Biological Status Federal Status Data / Charts
Bull Trout Little Lost River (Within the Lost River Recovery Unit)      Draft Recovery Plan Criteria :
6,750 adults351
Abundance estimates for recovery unit
45,534 fish (±95% CI = 24,575) 448

Density Estimate (Lost River Basin)
2.6 fish /100m2 (2004)456

Threatened Snapshot
Yellowstone Cutthroat       Subbasin Plan Objective :
None
Unknown Species of Concern Snapshot
Mountain Whitefish       Unknown Not Listed No Data