Status & Trends by Region


Status & Trends in the Pend Oreille Subbasin (Intermountain Province)

Bull Trout

Biological Objective : 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
 

Current Status : 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

ESA Listing Status :    Threatened
 

Westslope Cutthroat

No abundance chart available for Westslope Cutthroat.
Biological Objective : Subbasin Plan Objective :
None
 
Current Status : 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
ESA Listing Status :    Species of Concern
 

Kokanee

Biological Objective : 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)
 

Current Status : Abundance (age 1-4)
2015: 6,180,000 fish (age1-4) 480

ESA Listing Status :    Not Listed
 

Mountain Whitefish

No abundance chart available for Mountain Whitefish.
Biological Objective : Subbasin Plan Objective :
None
 
Current Status : 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
ESA Listing Status :    Not Listed