Columbia River Laboratory Progress Reports

Progress Report (Columbia River Laboratory)

FOR VOLUMES 1-7:
Reports appear in chronological order on a seasonal basis which may put them out of chronological order of year published.
NOTES: 1. Salmon escapement data for 1958 through 1971 are reported separately for each year in reports entitled Report on Salmon Escapement in the State of Washington. For data after 1971, please refer to the Columbia Rive Fisheries Office.
32 For information on the following Columbia River Tributaries or Main Stem Power Dams refer to bound volumes entitled Power Dam Studies.
 Cowlitz River and Mayfield dam
 Lewis River and merwin Dam
 North Fork Lewis River
 Chief Joseph Dam
 Dalles Dam
 John Day Dam
 McNary Dam
 Priest Rapids Dam
 Rocky Reach Dam
 Wells Dam
 Miscellaneous
3. For information on fish farm activities and predator and scrapfish control activities in the Columbia River or its tributaries, see the bound volume entitled Fish Farming Investigations.

Volume 1:

• Columbia River progress report, December 1951
• Columbia River progress report, January, February, March, 1952
• Columbia River progress report, April through July 1952
• Columbia River progress report, August through December 1952
• Columbia River progress report, January through April 1953
• Columbia River progress report, April through July 1953
• Columbia River progress report, August and September 1953
• Columbia River progress report, October through December 1953
• Columbia River progress report, January through April 1954
• Columbia River progress report, May and June 1954
• Columbia River progress report, July through December 1954
• Columbia River progress report, January through April 1955
• Columbia River progress report, May through July 1955
• Columbia River progress report, August through December 1955

Volume 2:

• Columbia River progress report, January through April 1956
• Columbia River progress report, May through July 1956
• Columbia River progress report, August through December 1956
• Columbia River progress report, January through April 1957
• Columbia River progress report, May through July 1957
• Columbia River progress report, August through December 1957
• Columbia River progress report, January through July 1958
• Columbia River progress report, August through December 1958
• Columbia River progress report, January through December 1959
• Columbia River progress report, 1960

Volume 3 (Miscellaneous reports, 1952-1960):

• Report on the Klickitat River studies, spring 1952. Wendell E. Smith (1952)
• Survey report, upper Klickitat system, August 21, 1952 to September 2, 1952. Emanuel H. LeMier, John Smith (1952)
• Fin marking program fall Chinook salmon at Kalama Hatchery, April 18-May 15, 1952. Robert W. Saalfeld
• Report on Klickitat River fishway counts and fall spawning ground survey, September 7 to October 26, 1952. E.H. LeMier (1952)
• Preliminary report on variations in fat content of adult Columbia River sockeye migrants. W.A. Dunstan (November 1954)
• Summary of the Klickitat River fish counts and associated observations, fall 1954. E.H. LeMier (January 5, 1955)
• Biological appraisal of the Big White Salmon River. E.H. LeMier, W.E. Smith. (September 19, 1955)
• Stream appraisal of Klickitat River above Castile Falls, July 25-26, 1957. E LeMier, H. Wendler, L. Rothfus (1957) [Henry O. Wendler, Lloyd O. Rothfus]
• A Columbia River tributary steelhead trout enumeration study.
o Part I : Grays River steelhead trot population study, December 1954 through April 1955. H.O. Wendler, L.O. Rothfus
o Part II : Grays River steelhead trout population study, December 1955 through April 1956. L.O. Rothfus, W.D. Ward, Earle Jewell. [Warren D. Ward]
• The effect of changes in commercial fishing regulations relating to the salmon runs of the Columbia River. H.O. Wendler (May 1960)
• Columbia River contribution to coastal and inshore fisheries. Washington Dept. Fisheries. (July 1959)
• The 1960 spring Chinook test fishing program. Oregon Fish Commission Research Division. George Hirschhorn. (July 10, 1961)
• Closing report, Columbia River Fishery Development Program. Appraisal of Project results (July 1, 1959-June 30, 1960)
• A review of the Idaho sport fishery for Chinook salmon. Washington Dept. of Fsheries (November 23, 1960)
• Suggested Columbia River commercial regulations for 1960. H.O. Wendler, Gene Nye. (November 1959)
• Closing report, Columbia River Fishery Development Program. Appraisal of project results (July 1, 1960 – June 30, 1961). LeMier, Wendler, Mighell (October 30, 1961)

Volume 4 (Progress reports, 1961-1964 ; Miscellaneous reports 1961-1964):

• Columbia River progress report, January 1 through December 1961. H.O. Wendler, Gene Nye. (January 1967)
• Proposed 1961 Columbia River commercial fishing seasons. Anonymous.
• Contract report, Columbia River Fishery Development Program, appraisal of project results. (July 1, 1951-June 30, 1962)
• Columbia River progress report, January – December 192. H.O. Wendler, Gene Nye (December 1966)
• Stream clearance survey of the little Wenatchee River, Nason Creek, and the Chiwawa River. Thomas K. Meekin. (December 19, 1962)
• The 1962 spring Chinook test fishing program. Oregon Fish Commission. Research Division. Robert B. Herrmann. (May 1962)
• Salmon escapements above Rock Island Dam, 1961-1962. Thomas K. Meekin (February 1963)
• Analysis of marked fish recoveries in the 1962 Columbia River (ocean) sport fishery. Gene D. Nye (January 1963)
• Report on the salmon escapement in the upper Columbia River basin, 1962. Thomas K. Meekin. (January 1963)
• Closing report, Columbia River Fishery Development Program, appraisal of project results (July 1, 1962 through June 30, 1963). State of Washington (October 8, 1963)
• Columbia River progress report. January 1 through December 1963. H.O. Wendler, Hugh F. Fiscus. (August 1968)
• 1963 salmon escapements above Rock Island Dam, progress report. Richard M. Laramie. (February 1964)
• Columbia River progress report 1964. Clint Stockley, Hugh Fiscus (March 1968)
• Closing report, Columbia River Fishery Development Program, appraisal of project results (July 1 1963 through June 30, 1964) E.H. LeMier, Harry Senn. (October 9, 1964)
• Salmon populations in the Tucannon River system. Washington Dept. of Fisheries (April 3, 1964)
• The 1964 spring Chinook test fishing program. Fish Commission of Oregon, Research Division. James L. Galbreath. (December 1968)
• Closing report, Columbia River Fishery Development Program, appraisal of project results (July 1 1964 through June 30, 1965) E.H. LeMier, Harry Senn (August 2, 1965)
• The 1961 Columbia River spring Chinook test fishing program. Henry O. Wendler (August 1963)

Volume 5 (Progress reports, 1966-1967; Miscellaneous report, 1965-1967):

• Columbia River progress report, 1965. C. Stockley, H. Fiscus, H. Tracy (July 1969)
• The 1965 Columbia River (ocean) sport fishery. Washington Dept. of Fisheries and Oregon Game Commission. H. Fiscus, Warren Knispel (GC). (June 1968)
• The 1965 Columbia River spring Chinook test fishing program, supplemental progress report, Columbia River investigations. Clint Stockley (February 1968)
• The 1965 Columbia River (ocean) sport fishery, part II, biological observations. Hugh Fiscus (December 1966)
• 1965 report of lower Columbia River tributary fall Chinook salmon stream population study. Clinton E. Stockley, Harry B. Tracy. (December 1966)
• The 1965 Columbia River (upriver) fall sport fishery. Hugh Fiscus. (April 1967)
• Yakima Indian fishery – 1965. Bob Wienhold. (December 1965)
• Salmon escapement in the upper Columbia River basin 1965. Robert W. Wienhold, Thomas K. Meekin (July 1966)
• Closing report, Columbia River Fishery Development Program, appraisal of project results (July 1, 1965 through June 30, 1966) E.H. LeMier, John S. Chambers, Harry G. Senn (August 1966)
• Columbia River progress report 1966. C.E. Stockley, H.F. Fiscus, H.B. Tracy. (August 1969)
• Biological observations on the sport salmon catch at the mouth of the Columbia River in 1966 and 1967, supplemental progress report, Columbia River investigations. Hugh F. Fiscus (May 1969)
• 1966 report of lower Columbia River tributary fall Chinook salmon stream population study. Harry B. Tracy, Clinton E. Stockley. (March 1967)
• The 1966 Columbia River (upriver) fall sport fishery. Hugh Fiscus, William Hosford. (August 1968) (Joint report with Washington Dept. of Fisheries and Oregon Game Commission)
• The 1966 Columbia River (ocean) sport fishery. Oregon State Game Commission and Washington Dept. of Fisheries. Warren Knispel & Hugh Fiscus (May 1967)
• Spring Chinook test fishing report for 1966. Fish Commission of Oregon, Research Division. Franklin R. Young. (December 1968)
• Closing report, Columbia River Fishery Development Program, appraisal of project results (July 1, 1966 through June 30, 1967). E.H. LeMier, Harry B. Tracy, Harry G. Senn. (June 1967)
• Columbia River progress report 1967. Clinton E. Stockley, Hugh F. Fiscus, John C. Bernhardt (September 1969)
• The American shad of the Columbia River with a recommendation for management of the fishery. Henry O. Wendler. (November 1967)
• The 1967 Columbia River spring Chinook test fishing program, supplemental progress report, Columbia River investigations. Clint Stockley (February 1969)
• The selective action of three gill net types on Columbia River Chinook and coho salmon with recommendations for management. John C. Bernhardt, Clinton E. Stockley, Stephen B. Mathews. (March 1969)
• Closing report, Columbia River Fishery Development Progam, appraisal of project results (July 1, 1967 through June 30, 1968) E.H. LeMier, Harry G. Senn (June 1968)
• Progress report for the 1967 season mark sampling of the ocean troll, ocean and Columbia River sport fisheries. H.B. Tracy, Michael Roening. (March 1968)

Volume 6 (Progress reports, 1968-1972 ; Miscellaneous reports, 1968-1972):

• Columbia River progress report 1968. Clinton E. Stockley, Hugh F. Fiscus, John C. Bernhardt. (May 1970)
• Progress report for the 1968 season mark sampling of the ocean troll, ocean sport, and Columbia River sport fisheries. John Bernhardt, Michael Roening. (May 1969)
• Columbia River progress report 1969. Clinton E. Stockley, Hugh F. Fiscus, A. Dennis Austin. (July 1971)
• Progress report for the 1969 season mark sampling of the ocean troll, ocean sport, and Columbia River sport fisheries. John Bernhardt, Michael Roening. (January 1970)
• The 1969 Columbia River spring test fishing program, supplemental progress report, Columbia River investigations. A. Dennis Austin. (May 1970)
• Otter trawl trials for Columbia River smelt with associated notes and recommendations, supplemental progress report, Columbia River investigations. Clinton E. Stockley, Ian Elwood Ellis. (August 1970)
• Relative efficiency and economic yield of the Columbia River drift gill net and Indian set net fisheries. [Washington Dept. of Fisheries Technical Report 3] Stephen B. Mathews, Henry O. Wendler (1970)
• Columbia River progress report 1970. Clinton E. Stockley, Hugh F. Fiscus, a. Dennis Austin (August 1972)
• Fecundity of fall Chinook salmon from the upper Columbia River. Stephen B. Mathews, Thomas K. Meekin. [From Washington Dept. of Fisheries Technical Report 6](February 1961)
• The 1971 Columbia River spring Chinook test fishing program, supplemental progress report, Columbia River investigations. C.E. Stockley (September 1972)
• Roosevelt Lake, Chinook plant scheme for enhancement of a landlocked salmon fishery. William H. Rees. (January 1972)
• Columbia River sockeye salmon study, 1971 progress report. Richard L. Allen, Thomas K. Meekin (March 1973)
• The Columbia River spring Chinook test fishing program, 1959-72 [Information report 74-5] Fish Commission of Oregon . Paul S. Hirose. (June 1974)
• Columbia River sockeye salmon study 1972, progress report. Richard L. Allen, Thomas K. Meekin. (September 1973)

Volume 7 (Progress reports 1973-1978 ; Miscellaneous reports 1973-1978):

• The 1973 Columbia River spring Chinook test fishing program, supplemental progress report, Columbia River investigations. C.E. Stockley (April 1974)
• Columbia River coho enhancement studies, July 1, 1973 to June 30, 1974, completion report. Robert C. Hager, Gerald Schurman. (March 1975)
• Injury and disease in Columbia River fishes associated with dams, supplemental progress report, Columbia River investigations. Clint Stockley (July 1975)
• The 1974 Columbia River spring Chinook test fishing programs. Fish Commission of Oregon [Information report75-3]. Paul S. Hirose (December 1975)
• Nitrogen supersaturation investigations in the mid-Columbia River. [Washington Dept. of Fisheries Technical Report 12] Thomas K. Meekin, Richard L. Allen, Ben K. Turner. (1974)
• The 1975 Columbia River spring Chinook test fishing program, supplemental progress report, Columbia River investigations. C.E. Stockley (April 1976)
• Implementation of critical programs for Columbia and Snake Rivers salmon and steelhead runs, status report to Pacific Northwest Regional Commission. Lloyd A. Phinney. (May 1975)
• The 1976 Columbia River spring Chinook test fishing program. Oregon Dept. of Fish and Wildlife. [Information report 77-2]. Paul S. Hirose (April 1977)
• A plan for managing fisheries on stocks originating from the Columbia River and its tributaries above Bonneville Dam. Court order #68-513, U.S. District Court, District of Oregon. U.S. vs. State of Oregon. State of Washington intervenor and Warms Springs, Yakima, Umatilla and Nez Perce Tribes intervenors. (February 28, 1977)
• Effects of peaking (stranding) of Columbia River dams on juvenile anadromous fishes below The Dalles Dam, 1974 and 1975. [Washington Dept. of Fisheries Technical Report 31] Kevin Bauersfeld (June 1977)
• The 1977 Columbia River spring Chinmook test fihing program. [Washington Dept. of Fisheries Progress Report no. 78] Clint Stockley (November 1978)
• The effect of daily flow fluctuations on spawning fall Chinook in the Columbia River. [Washington Dept. of Fisheries Technical Report 38] Kevin Bauersfeld (June 1978)
• The 1978 Columbia River spring Chinook test fishing program. Oregon Dept. of Fish and Wildlife, Fish Division. [Information Report 79-2] Paul Hirose (May 1979)

[1986]

XX Preliminary run size forecast of the return of Columbia River fall Chinook salmon stocks in 1986. WDF Staff. (February 27, 1986)

[1987]

1. Columbia River upriver spring Chinook run size forecast, 1987. Wolf Dammers (January 7, 1987)
2. 1986 Washington mainstem Columbia River and tributary sport fishery sampling summary. Hugh Fiscus. (February 1987)
3. Preliminary run size forecast of the return of Columbia River fall Chinook salmon stocks in 1987. Guy Norman, Don McIsaac, Cindy LeFleur, Ron Roler. (March 1987)
4. An abundance estimate for juvenile fall Chinook salmon rearing in the north Lewis River, 1980. Don McIsaac. (March 1987)
5. Fall Chinook salmon skin color and adipose fin mark sampling at Bonneville Dam, 1986. Cindy LeFleur (March 1987)
6. Age composition and mark and no-tag rates for the escapement of upriver bright stock fall Chinook salmon, 1986. Ron Roler (April 14, 1987)
7. Age and stock composition of fall Chinook salmon returning to Washington Columbia River hatcheries, 1986. Cindy LeFleur (April 1987)
8. Columbia River and tributary stream survey sampling results, 1986. Cindy LeFleur (April 1987)
9. Independent forecasts for Columbia River early and late run coho salmon abundance in 1987. Larrie LaVoy (April 1987)
10. Descriptive information of the spawning escapement of fall Chinook salmon in the north Lewis River, 1986. Guy Norman (April 1987)
11. Results of the Mayger fall test fishing program, 1986. Ron Roler (May 1987)
12. Evaluation of the experimental summer large-mess gill net sturgeon fishery, July-August 1986. Gayle Kreitman (May 1987)
13. Impact analysis of the July-August 1986 experiment, summer large-mesh gill net sturgeon fishery on the estuarial recreational sturgeon fishery. Gayle Kreitman (May 1987)
14. North Lewis River wild stock fall Chinook tagging and post tagging recapture project, 1986. Ron Roler (June 1987)
15. The effect of river flow on abundance of pre-smolt fall Chinook salmon in the north Lewis River below Merwin Dam, 1978-80 and 1983-85. Guy Norman, Don McIsaac, Cindy LeFleur (June 1987)
16. The capture and tagging of wild upriver bright fall Chinook in the Columbia River at the Hanford Reach, 1987. Guy Norman (August 1987)
17. Review of the Columbia River sockeye commercial net fisheries, 1987. Wolf Dammers (August 1987)
18. 1987 spring Chinook test fishing sturgeon results. Chuck Tracy (August 1987)
19. Correlations between total and fork length, and length and weight for white sturgeon below Bonneville Dam. Chuck Tracy (August 1987)
20. Sturgeon landings during the late fall salmon gill net fishery. Chuck Tracy. (November 1987)
21. Sturgeon landings during the winter large-mesh gill net sturgeon fishery. Chuck Tracy (November 1987)
22. Sturgeon landings during the winter salmon gill net fishery 1987. Chuck Tracy (November 1987)
23. Sturgeon landings during the August gill net salmon fishery 1987. Chuck Tracy (December 1987)

[1988]

1. Fall Chinook salmon skin color and adipose fin mark sampling at Bonneville Dam, 1987. Cindy LeFleur. (January 1988)
2. Sturgeon landings during the sockeye gillnet fishery, 1987. Chuck Tracy (January 1988)
3. Columbia River upriver spring Chinook run size forecast, 1988. Wolf Dammers (January 1988)
4. Sturgeon landings during the zone 6 set net fisheries, 1986. Chuck Tracy. (January 1988)
5. 1987 WDF sport sampling summary – Columbia River and tributaries. Hugh Fiscus (January 1988)
6. Columbia River smelt commercial harvest, age and larval sampling. Wolf Dammers (January 1988)
7. Sturgeon landings during the zone 6 set line fisheries 1982-1986. Chuck Tracy (February 1988)
8. Preliminary run size forecast of the return of Columbia River fall Chinook salmon stocks in 1988 G. Norman, R. Roler, C. LeFleur, D. McIsaac, J. Hymer (March 1988)
9. Run size forecasts for spring Chinook in Washington tributaries above Bonneville Dam in 1988. John DeVore. (March 1988)
10. The Columbia River Corbett area spring Chinook test fishery – 1987. Wolf Dammers. (March 1988)
11. Sturgeon larval sampling results 1987. Chuck Tracy (April 1988)
12. Results of the Mayger fall test fishing program, 1987. Ron Roler (April 1988)
13. North Lewis River wild stock fall Chinook tagging and post tagging recapture project, 1987. Ron Roler (May 1988)
14. Sturgeon landings during the zone 6 set net fisheries 1982-1985. Chuck Tracy (May 1988)
15. Age and stock composition of fall Chinook salmon returning to Washington Columbia River hatcheries, 1987. Cindy LeFleur (May 1988)
16. Results of sampling the north fork of the Lewis River natural spawning fall Chinook population in 1987. Guy Norman. (May 1988)
17. Columbia River and tributary stream survey sampling results, 1987. Cindy LeFleur (June 1988)
18. Sturgeon landings during the late fall salmon gill net fishery, 1987. Chuck Tracy (July 1988)
19. Final run size forecast of the return of Columbia River fall Chinook salmon stocks in 1988. R. Roler, C. LeFleur, G. Norman, J. Hymer. (July 1988)
20. Status and harvest management of Columbia River sockeye salmon, 1983-1987. John DeVore (June 1988)
21. Sturgeon landings during the zone 6 and Priest Rapids pool set net fisheries 1987. Chuck Tracy (July 1988)
22. N/A
23. Age composition and mark and no –tag rates of upriver bright fall Chinook, 1987. Ron Roler (August 1988)
24. Sturgeon landings during the zone 6 set line fisheries, 1987. Chuck Tracy. (August 1988)
25. SEE 89-28. John DeVore (May 1989)
26. Sturgeon landings during the winter salmon gill net and sturgeon large mesh fisheries, 1988. Chuck Tracy. (December 1988)

[1989]

1. 1989 upriver spring Chinook runsize forecast. Wolf Dammers [&Paul Hirose—ODF&W]. (January 1989)
2. Stock composition analysis of the 1988 lower Columbia River spring Chinook fisheries. Cindy LeFleur [& Paul Hirose-ODF&W]. (January 1989)
3. Sturgeon landings during the zone 6 set line fishery 1988. Brian Wright (January 1989)
4. 1988 WDF sport sampling summary Columbia River and tributaries. Hugh Fiscus (February 1989)
5. Preliminary run size forecasts of the return of Columbia River fall Chinook salmon stocks in 1989. WDF Staff. (March 1989)
6. Run size forecasts for adult spring Chinook salmon in Washington tributaries above Bonneville Dam, 1989. Cindy LeFleur. (April 1989)
7. Sturgeon tagging during test fishing operations, 1987. Brian Wright, Chuck Tracy. (March 1989)
8. Sturgeon landings during the zone 6 set net fishery 1988. Brian Wright (March 1989)
9. Sturgeon larval sampling results 1988. Chuck Tracy (April 1989)
10. North Lewis River wild stock fall Chinook tagging and post tagging recapture project, 1988. Ron Roler (April 1989)
11. Summary of upriver bright returns above McNary Dam and in the Deschutes River, 1988. Ron Roler (May 1989)
12. The Columbia River Corbett area spring Chinook test fishery – 1988. Wolf Dammers (April 1989)
13. Age and stock composition of fall Chinook salmon returning to Washington Columbia River hatcheries, 1988. Joe Hymer. (June 1989)
14. Results of the fall test fishing program, 1988. Ron Roler (May 1989)
15. Fall Chinook salmon skin color and adipose fin mark sampling at Bonneville Dam, 1988. Cindy LeFleur (May 1989)
16. Review of Columbia River sockeye salmon harvest management in 1988 and run size outlook for 1989. John DeVore (May 1989)
17. Review of the 1988 Columbia River commercial sockeye net fisheries. Wolf Dammers (May 1989)
18. Final run size forecast of the return of Columbia River fall Chinook salmon stocks in 1989. Ron Roler. (July 1989)
19. NONE
20. SEE 89-21
21. Washington Columbia River and tributary stream survey sampling results, 1988. Joe Hymer (August 1989)
22. Sturgeon tagging during test fishing operations below Bonneville Dam, 1988. Chuck Tracy (October 1989)
23. Sturgeon landings during the August gill net salmon season, 1988. Chuck Tracy (November 1989)
24. Run size forecasts for adult spring Chinook in Washington lower Columbia River tributaries, 1990. Cindy LeFleur (December 1989)
25. 1989 WDF sport sampling summary of spring Chinook fisheries – Wind River, Drano Lake, Klickitat River. Hugh Fiscus (November 1989)
26. Run size forecast for Columbia River upriver adult spring Chinook, 1990. Wolf Dammers. (December 1989)
27. Stock composition of the 1989 lower Columbia River spring Chinook fisheries. Cindy LeFleur. (December 1989)
28. The capture and tagging of wild upriver bright fall Chinook pre-smolts on the Hanford Reach of the Columbia River, 1988. John DeVore (May 1989)

[199?]

White sturgeon abundance and exploitation in the Columbia River downstream from Bonneville Dam. John DeVore, Chuck Tracy, Brad James.

[1990]

1. Fall Chinook salmon skin color and adipose fin mark observations at Bonneville Dam, 1989. Rich Pettit (January 1990)
2. Sturgeon landings during the late fall salmon gill net fishery, 1988. Chuck Tracy (January 1990)
3. Optimal indexing of Lewis River coho jacks for OPI forecasting 1970-1989. Larrie LaVoy, Cindy LeFleur, Guy Norman, Don McIsaac. (January 1990)
4. 1989 WDF sport sampling summary – Columbia River and tributaries. Hugh Fiscus (February 1990)
5. Run size forecasts for adult spring Chinook salmon in Washington tributaries above Bonneville Dam, 1990. Cindy LeFleur. (March 1990)
6. Preliminary run size forecast of the return of Columbia River fall Chinook salmon stocks in 1990. Ron Roler (February 1990)
7. Sturgeon larval sampling results, 1989. Chuck Tracy. (March 1990)
8. The Columbia River Corbett area spring Chinook test fishery, 1989. Wolf Dammers. (March 1990)
9. North Lewis River wild stock fall Chinook tagging and post tagging recapture project, 1989. Ron Roler (April 1990)
10. Results of sampling the north fork of the Lewis River natural spawning fall Chinook population in 1988. Ron Roler (May 1990)
11. Results of sampling the north fork of the Lewis River natural spawning fall Chinook population in 1989. (May 1990)
12. Age and stock composition of spring Chinook salmon returning to Washington Department of Fisheries Columbia River hatcheries, 1989. Rich Pettit. (May 1990)
13. Summary of upriver bright returns above McNary Dam and in the Deschutes River, 1989. Ron Roler (May 1990)
14. Results of the Mayger fall test fishing program, 1989. Ron Roler (July 1990)
15. The capture and tagging of naturally produced pre-smolt upriver bright fall Chinook on the Hanford Reach of the Columbia River, 1989. John DeVore, Shane Hawkins (May 1990)
16. Run size outlook for Columbia River sockeye salmon in 1990. Larry LaVoy. (May 1990)
17. Contribution of 1977-79 and 1982-84 brood Lewis River wild fall Chinook to U.S. and Canadian fisheries and to spawning areas, 1979-88. Cindy LeFleur, Guy Norman, Mary DeVore (June 1990)
18. Final run size forecast of the return of Columbia River fall Chinook salmon stocks in 1990. Ron Roler (1990)
19. Age and stock composition of fall Chinook salmon returning to Washington Columbia River hatcheries, 1989. Joe Hymer. (August 1990)
20. Washington Columbia River and tributary stream survey sampling results, 1989. Joe Hymer (July 1990)
21. Fall Chinook juvenile test seining on the Kalama River, 1989. Rich Pettit (July 1990)
22. Sturgeon landings during the August gill net salmon season 1989. Jim Grimes. (July 1990)
23. Preliminary accountability of adult spring Chinook salmon in tributaries above Bonneville Dam, 1990. Cindy LeFleur, Hugh Fiscus. (July 1990)
24. Sturgeon landings during the late fall salmon gill net fishery, 1989. Jim Grimes. (July 1990)
25. Sturgeon landings during the winter salmon gill net 1989. Jim Grimes. (July 1990)
26. [TITLE NOT LISTED]. John Devore.
27. 1990 WDF sport sampling summary of spring Chinook fisheries Wind River, Drano Lake, Klickitat River. Hugh Fiscus. (October 1990)
28. Sturgeon tagging during test fishing operations below Bonneville Dam, 1989. Jim Grimes (September 1990)
29. Run size forecast for Columbia River upriver adult spring Chinook, 1991. Wolf Dammers. (December 1990)
30. Stock composition of the 1990 lower Columbia River spring Chinook fisheries. Cindy LeFleur, Paul Hirose. (December 1990)
31. Run size forecasts for adult spring Chinook salmon in the Cowlitz, Kalama, and Lewis Rivers, 1991. Cindy LeFleur (December 1990)

[1991]

1. Age and stock composition of spring Chinook salmon returning to Washington Department of Fisheries Columbia River hatcheries, 1990. Rich Pettit. (1991)
2. The capture and tagging of naturally produced pre-smolt upriver bright fall Chinook on the Hanford Reach of the Columbia River. Shane Hawkins. (May 1991)
3. Results of sampling the north fork of the Lewis River natural spawning fall Chinook population in 1990. Shane Hawkins, Ron Roler. (March 1991)
4. Fall Chinook salmon skin color and adipose fin mark observations at Bonneville Dam, 1990. Rich Pettit (February 1991)
5. Run size forecasts for adult spring Chinook salmon in Washington tributaries above Bonneville Dam, 1991. Cindy LeFleur, Rich Pettit (March 1991)
6. Run size forecast of the return of Columbia River fall Chinook salmon stocks in 1991. BG staff (March 1991)
7. Run size forecasts for adult spring Chinook salmon in the Cowlitz, Kalama, and Lewis Rivers, 1992. Cindy LeFleur (December 1991)
8. Summary of upriver bright returns above McNary Dam and in the Deschutes River, 1990. Ron Roler (August 1991)
9. Results of the Mayger fall test fishing program, 1990. Ron Roler (1991)
10. Sturgeon egg and larval sampling below Bonneville Dam, 1990. Jim Grimes (March 1991)
11. Age and stock composition of fall Chinook salmon returning to Washington Columbia River hatcheries, 1990. Joe Hymer, Bob Woodard (March 1991)
12. Sturgeon landings during the 1989 zone 6 set line fisheries. Jim Grimes. (April 1991)
13. Sturgeon landings during the 1989 zone 6 set net fisheries. Jim Grimes (April 1991)
14. Columbia River Corbett area spring Chinook test fishery results, 1990. Wolf Dammers. (April 1991)
15. Sturgeon landings during the 1990 zone 6 set line fishery. Jim Grimes (May 1991)
16. Sturgeon landings during the 1990 zone 6 set net fishery. Jim Grimes (August 1991)
17. Run size outlook for Columbia River sockeye salmon in 1991. Larrie LaVoy (May 1991)
18. Sturgeon landings during the 1990 winter salmon gill net fishery. Jim Grimes (August 1991)
19. Evaluation of a proposed management goal of 15% exploitation on 3 to 6 ft white sturgeon in the lower Columbia River. Chuck Tracy (1991)
20. Estimating the population size of natural spawning bright fall Chinook in the Big White Salmon River, 1989. Joe Hymer (August 1991)
21. 1990 WDF sport sampling summary Columbia River and tributaries. Hugh Fiscus (August 1991)
22. Sturgeon landings during the 1990 August salmon gill net fishery. Jim Grimes. (October 1991)
23. Post-season summary of upriver spring Chinook returns above Bonneville Dam, 1991. Cindy LeFleur, Hugh Fiscus. (October 1991)
24. Washington Columbia River and tributary stream survey sampling results, 1990. Joe Hymer. (November 1991)
25. Sturgeon landing during the 1991 late fall salmon gill net fishery. Jim Grimes. (December 1991)
26. Stock composition of the 1991 lower Columbia River spring Chinook fisheries. Cindy LeFleur. (December 1991)
27. Run size forecast for Columbia River upriver adult spring Chinook, 1992. Wolf Dammers (December 1991)
28. The capture and tagging of naturally produced pre-smolt upriver bright fall Chinook on the Hanford Reach of the Columbia River, 1991. Shane Hawkins (December 1991)
29. 1991 WDF sport sampling summary of spring Chinook fisheries, Wind River, Drano Lake, White Salmon River, Klickitat River. Hugh Fiscus (December 1991)

[1992]

1. Age and stock composition of spring Chinook salmon returning to Washington Department of Fisheries Columbia River hatcheries, 1991. Rich Pettit. (January 1992)
2. Sturgeon tagging during 1990 test fisheries below Bonneville Dam. Jim Grimes (January 1992)
3. Age composition and coded wire tag recoveries of summer Chinook broodstock at Wells Dam hatchery, 1991. Larrie LaVoy. (January 1992)
4. Run size forecasts for adult spring Chinook in Washington tributaries above Bonneville Dam, 1992. Cindy LeFleur (July 1992)
5. Run size forecast of the return of Columbia River fall Chinook salmon stocks in 1992. BG Staff, Olaf Langness. (February 1992)
6. Sturgeon egg and larval sampling below Bonneville Dam, 1991. Jim Grimes (March 1992)
7. Age and stock composition of fall Chinook at Lyons Ferry Hatchery, Ice Harbor Dam, and Lower Granite Dam in 1991. Larrie LaVoy (February 1992)
8. Fall Chinook salmon skin color and adipose fin mark observations at Bonneville Dam, 1991. Rich Pettit (March 1992)
9. Sturgeon tagging during 1991 test fisheries below Bonneville Dam. Jim Grimes (April 1992)
10. Columbia River Corbett area spring Chinook test fishery results, 1991. Wolf Dammers (March 1992)
11. Sturgeon landings during the 1991 zone 6 set line fishery. Jim Grimes (April 1992)
12. The Columbia River coho test fishery 1991. Olaf Langness (August 1992)
13. Sturgeon landings during the 1991 zone 6 set net fishery. Jim Grimes (April 1992)
14. Sturgeon landings during the 1991 winter salmon gill net fishery. Jim Grimes (June 1992)
15. VOID
16. Run size outlook for Columbia River sockeye salmon in 1992. Larrie LaVoy. (May 1992)
17. Sturgeon landings during the 1991 August salmon gill net fishery. Jim Grimes (June 1992)
18. Escapement estimates for spring Chinook in Washington tributaries above Bonneville Dam, 1970-1991. (July 1992)
19. Sturgeon landings during the 1991 daylight coho salmon gill net fishery. Jim Grimes (August 1992)
20. [NOT TITLED]. Rich Pettit.
21. 1991 WDF sport sampling summary-Columbia River and tributaries. Hugh Fiscus. (August 1992)
22. Rich Pettit. VOID
23. Age and stock composition of fall Chinook salmon returning to Washington Columbia River hatcheries, 1991. Joe Hymer (August 1992)
24. Summary of upriver bright returns above McNary Dam and in the Deschutes River, 1991. Ron Roler (August 1992)
25. Washington Columbia River and tributary stream survey sampling results, 1991. Joe Hymer (August 1992)
26. Correlations between total and fork length, and length and weight for green sturgeon downstream of Bonneville Dam. Jim Grimes (November 1992)
27. Sturgeon egg and larval sampling below Bonneville Dam, 1992. Jim Grimes (December 1992)
28. Sturgeon landings during the 1991 late fall salmon gill net fishery. Jim Grimes (December 1992)
29. 1992 WDF sampling summary of spring Chinook sport fisheries – Wind River, Drano Lake, Big White Salmon River, Klickitat River. Hugh Fiscus (December 1992)
30. Run size forecast for Columbia River upriver adult spring Chinook, 1993. Wolf Dammers (December 1992)
31. VOID
32. Spring Chinook forecasts for 1993 returns to Washington lower Columbia River tributaries. Cindy LeFleur. (December 1992)
33. The capture and tagging of naturally produced pre-smolt upriver bright fall Chinook on the Hanford Reach of the Columbia River, 1992. Shane Hawkins. (December 1992)

[1993]

1. Age and stock composition of spring Chinook salmon returning to Washington Department of Fisheries Columbia River hatcheries, 1992. Rich Pettit. (January 1993)
2. Escapement estimates for spring Chinook in Washington Tributaries below Bonneville Dam, 1980-1992. Rich Pettit (January 1993)
3. Sturgeon tagging during 1992 test fisheries. Jim Grimes. (March 1993)
4. Escapement estimates for spring Chinook in Washington tributaries above Bonneville Dam, 1970-1992. Rich Pettit (January 1993)
5. Stock composition of fall Chinook at Lower Granite Dam in 1992. Larrie LaVoy (January 1993)
6. Sturgeon landings during the 1992 winter salmon gill net fishery. Jim Grimes (March 1993)
7. Columbia River Corbett area spring Chinook test fishery results, 1992. Wolf Dammers. (February 1994)
8. Olaf Langness STILL WORKING ON AS OF 6/24/94
9. Run size forecast of the return of Columbia River fall Chinook salmon stocks in 1993. Ron Roler (March 1993).
10. Fall Chinook salmon skin color and adipose fin mark observations at Bonneville Dam, 1992. Rich Pettit (February 1993)
11. Sturgeon landings during the 1992 zone 6 set net fishery. Jim Grimes (April 1993)
12. Sturgeon landings during the 1992 treaty setline fishery. Jim Grimes (April 1993)
13. Results of sampling the north fork of the Lewis River natural spawning fall Chinook population in 1992. Ron Roler (March 1993)
14. Sturgeon landings during 1992 fall salmon gill net fisheries. Jim Grimes (June 1993)
15. Age composition and coded wire tag recoveries of summer and fall Chinook broodstock at Wells Dam Hatchery, 1992. Larrie LaVoy (April 1993)
16. Results of sampling the Lewis River (North Fork) natural spawning fall Chinook population in 1991. Shane Hawkins (April 1993)
17. Estimating the natural spawning chum population in the Grays River Basin, 1944-1991. Joe Hymer (June 1993)
18. Age and stock composition of fall Chinook salmon returning to Washington Columbia River hatcheries, 199. Joe Hymer (June 1993)
19. Washington Columbia River and tributary stream survey sampling results, 1992. Joe Hymer (June 1993)
20. Recreational fisheries in the Columbia River between Bonneville and McNary Dams, 1992. Donna Hale, Brad James (July 1993)
21. 1992 WDF sport sampling summary Columbia River and tributaries. Hugh Fiscus (August 1993)
22. Lower Columbia River xoho enhancmenet project evaluation, 1985-1987. Richard Pettit (December 1993)
23. Escapement estimates for spring Chinook in Washington tributaries below Bonneville Dam, 1980-1993. Richard Pettit. (December 1993)
24. Recreational fisheries in the Columbia River between Bonneville and McNary Dams, 1993. Donna Hale, Brad James (December 1993)
25. 1993 WDF sampling summary of spring Chinook sport fisheries – Wind River, Drano Lake, Big White Salmon River & Klickitat River. Hugh Fiscus (October 1993)
26. Forecasts for 1994 spring Chinook returns to Washington lower Columbia River tributaries. Cindy LeFleur, Richard Pettit (December 1993)
27. Run size forecast for Columbia River upriver adult spring Chinook, 1994. Wolf Dammers (December 1993)
28. Comparison of coho sex ration in the fall gill net fishery versus hatchery returns in the Columbia River, 1989-1992. Lindie Schmidt (July 1993)
29. Run size forecast for Columbia River upriver adult spring Chinook, 1994. Wolf Dammers (December 1993)

[1994]

1. Age and stock composition of spring Chinook salmon returning to Washington Department of Fisheries Columbia River hatcheries, 1993. Richard Pettit (January 1994)
2. Escapement database for spring Chinook in Washington tributaries above Bonneville Dam, 1970-1993. Richard Pettit. (January 1994)
3. Results of sampling the north fork Lewis River natural spawning fall Chinook population, 1993. Jim Grimes (February 1994)
4. Sturgeon landings during the 1993 zone 6 set net and set line fisheries. Chuck Tracy, Jim Grimes (January 1994)
5. Columbia River Corbett area spring Chinook test fishery results, 1993. Wolf Dammers (August 1994)
6. Sturgeon egg and larval sampling downstream from Bonneville Dam, 1993. Chuck Tracy, Jim Grimes (February 1994)
7. Run size forecast of the return of Columbia River fall Chinook salmon stocks in 1994. BG Staff (February 1994)
8. Forecasts for 1994 spring Chinook returns to Washington Colulmbia River tributaries above Bonneville Dam. Richard Pettit (February 1994)
9. Escapement estimates for spring Chinook in Washington tributaries above Bonneville Dam, 1993. Richard Pettit (March 1994)
10. Stock composition of fall Chinook at Lower Granite Dam in 1993. Larrie LaVoy. (March 1994)
11. Estimating the chum salmon population in Hardy Creek 1957-93. Joe Hymer (March 1994)
12. Fall Chinook salmon skin color and adipose fin mark observations at Bonneville Dam, 1993. Richard Pettit. (March 1994)
13. Washington Columbia River and tributary stream survey sampling results, 1993. Jim Grimes (May 1994)
14. Sturgeon landings during the 1993 winter Columbia River non-Indian salmon gill net fishery. Chuck Tracy, Jim Grimes. (March 1994)
15. Sturgeon landings during the 1993 fall Columbia River non-Indian gill net fishery. Chuck Tracy, Jim Grimes. (March 1994)
16. VOID
17. VOID
18. Sturgeon tagging during 1993 lower Columbia River test fisheries. Chuck Tracy (June 1994)
19. Cowlitz River smelt larval sampling results, 1994. Joe Hymer (June 1994)
20. 1993 WDF sport shad and salmon sampling summary lower Columbia, upper Columbia and tributaries. Hugh Fiscus (August 1994)
21. Analysis of Snake River fall Chinook parent brood replacement in the escapement past Lower Granite Dam. Ron Roler (July 1994)
22. North Lewis River wild stock fall Chinook tagging and post tagging recapture project, 1991. Shane Hawkins (July 1994)
23. Age and stock composition of naturally spawning spring Chinook in the Wenatchee Basin in 1993. Larrie LaVoy (July 1994)
24. Estimating the population size of natural spawning fall Chinook salmon in the Cowlitz River, 1992. Joe Hymer (July 1994)
25. Lewis River juvenile wild fall Chinook population estimates, 1978-1980 and 1983-1991. Jim Grimes (October 1994)
26. 1994 WDF sampling summary of spring Chinook sport fisheries – Wind River, Drano Lake, Big White Salmon River, Klickitat River. Hugh Fiscus (August 1994)
27. Comparisons between Hanford Reach wild and Priest Rapids Hatchery fall Chinook tag groups, 1986-1991. Jim Grimes (November 1994)
28. Results of the 1992 Columbia River fall Chinook and coho salmon test fisheries [revised October 15, 1997]. Jim Grimes, Olaf Paul Langness (November 1994)
29. Age composition and coded wire tag recoveries of summer and fall Chinook broodstock at Wells Hatchery, 1993. Larrie LaVoy (November 1994)
30. Escapement estimates for spring Chinook in Washington tributaries below Bonneville Dam, 1980-1994. Richard Pettit (December 1994)
31. Forecasts for 1995 spring Chinook returns to Washington lower Columbia River tributaries. Richard Pettit (December 1994)
32. Age and stock composition of spring Chinook salmon returning to Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife Columbia River hatcheries, 1994. Richard Pettit (December 1994)
33. Runsize forecast for Columbia River sockeye salmon in 1995. Larrie LaVoy (November 1994)
34. Run size forecast for Columbia River upriver adult spring Chinook, 1994. Ron Roler (December 1994)
35. Lower Columbia River tributary juvenile coho stock assessment project. Steve Campbell, Rick Heitz (December 1994)
36. North Lewis River wild stock fall Chinook tagging project, 1992. Shane Hawkins (December 1994)

[1995]

1. Sturgeon egg and larval sampling downstream from Bonneville Dam, 1994. Chuck Tracy (February 1995)
2. Forecasts for 1995 spring Chinook returns to Washington mid-Columbia River tributaries. Richard Pettit. (February 1995)
3. Escapement estimates for adult spring Chinook in Washington tributaries above Bonneville Dam, 1994. Richard Pettit. (March 1995)
4. Escapement database for spring Chinook in Washington tributaries above Bonneville Dam, 1970-1994. Richard Pettit (March 1995)
5. TITLE
6. Stock composition of fall Chinook at Lower Granite Dam in 1994. Larrie LaVoy (March 1995)
7. Fall Chinook salmon skin color and adipose fin mark observation at Bonneville Dam, 1994. Richard Pettit (March 1995)
8. Columbia River Corbett area spring Chinook test fishery results. Ken Keller, Wolf Dammers. (March 1995)
9. Run size forecast of the return of Columbia River fall Chinook salmon in 1995. Ron Roler, Joe Hymer (March 1995)
10. Lower Columbia River tributary juvenile coho stock assessment project. Rich Heitz, Steve Campbell (April 1995)
11. Recreational fisheries between Bonneville and Priest Rapids dams on the Columbia River and downstream from Ice harbor Dam on the Snake River, 1994. Brad James, Donna Hale (September 1995)
12. Summary of upriver bright returns above McNary Dam and in the Deschutes River, 1992. Ron Roler (April 1995)
13. Summary of upriver bright returns above McNary Dam and in the Deschutes River, 1993. Ron Roler (April 1995)
14. Lewis River wild stock fall Chinook tagging project, 1993. Shane Hawkins (May 1995)
15. VOID
16. VOID
17. 1994 WDFW sport shad and salmon sampling summary – lower Columbia, upper Columbia and tributaries. Hugh Fiscus. (August 1995)
18. Forecasts for 1996 spring Chinook returns to Washington lower Columbia River tributaries. Rich Pettit
19. [NOT TITLED].Chuck Tracy.
20. Run size forecasts for Columbia River upriver adult spring Chinook, 1996. Rich Pettit
21. Escapement estimates for spring Chinook in Washington tributaries below Bonneville Dam, 1980-1995. Rich Pettit.
22. Age and stock composition of spring Chinook salmon returning to Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife Columbia River hatcheries, 1995. Rich Pettit (December 1995)
23. Hatchery and natural spawn mean fork length and standard deviation by age and sex for Washington Columbia River Chinook and chum. Bob Woodard
24. Runsize forecast for Columbia River sockeye salmon in 1996. Larrie LaVoy. (December 1995)
25. [NOT TITLED].Steve Campbell.

[1996]

1. Spring Chinook report. Rich Pettit
2. Escapement database for spring Chinook in Washington tributaries above Bonneville Dam, 1970-1995. Rich Pettit
3. Run Siz forecast of the return of Columbia River fall Chinook salmon stocks in 1996. Ron Roler, Joe Hymer, Kelly Harlan
4. Fall Chinook skin color and adipose fin mark observations at Bonneville Dam, 1995. Rich Pettit
5. North Fork Lewis, 1994. Shane Hawkins
6. Results of sampling the Lewis River natural spawning fall Chinook population in 1995. Shane Hawkins
7. Lewis River wild stock fall Chinook tagging project, 1994. Shane Hawkins
8. Lewis River wild stock fall Chinook tagging project, 1995. Shane Hawkins
9. 1995 WDFW sport sampling summary for salmon, steelhead and shad from the lower Columbia, upper Columbia and tributaries. Hugh Fiscus
10. Mid-Columbia sport fishery. Brad James, Donna Hale
11. Gorley and Crazy Johnson Creeks juvenile salmonid seining results and population estimates, 1995. Ken Keller
12. 1995 Abernathy Creek natural spawn fall Chinook juvenile seining project. Lisa Harlan
13. Stock composition of fall Chinook at Lower Granite Dam in 1995. Larrie LaVoy, Glen Mendel
14. Summary of upriver bright returns above McNary Dam and in the Deschutes River, 1994. Ron Roler
15. Summary of upriver bright returns above McNary Dam and in the Deschutes River, 1995. Ron Roler
16. 1995 Columbia River chum return. Ken Keller
17. Run size forecast for Columbia River upriver adult spring Chinook, 1997. Rich Pettit
18. Lower river spring Chinook. Rich Pettit.
19. Escapement estimates for spring Chinook in Washington tributaries below Bonneville Dam, 1980-1996. Rich Pettit
20. Age and stock composition of spring Chinook salmon returning to Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife Columbia River hatcheries, 1996. Rich Pettit
21. Escapement estimates for adult spring Chinook in Washington tributaries above Bonneville Dam, 1995. Rich Pettit
22. Run size forecast for Columbia River sockeye salmon in 1997. Larrie LaVoy, Cindy LeFleur.

[1997]

1. Forecasts for 1997 spring Chinook returns to Washington mid-Columbia River tributaries. Rich Pettit.
2. Escapement database for spring Chinook in Washington tributaries between Bonneville and McNary Dam, 1970-1996. Rich Pettit
3. Hardy Creek juvenile salmonid seining results and population estimates, 1995. Ken Keller
4. Escapement estimates for adult spring Chinook in Washington tributaries between Bonneville and McNary Dams, 1996. Rich Pettit
5. Run size forecast of the return of Columbia River fall Chinook salmon stocks in 1995. Rich Pettit, Kelly Harlan, Lisa Harlan, Joe Hymer, Ron Roler
6. Fall Chinook salmon skin color and adipose fin mark observations at Bonneville Dam, 1996. Kelly Harlan
7. 1994 FCH natural spawn. Kelly Harlan
8. Skamokawa Creek natural spawn fall Chinook juvenile seining project, 1995. Kelly Harlan
9. Results of studies on Chinook spawning in the mainstem Columbia River below Bonneville Dam. Joe Hymer
10. Stock composition of fall Chinook at Lower Granite Dam in 1996. Larrie LaVoy.
11. 1996 Columbia River chum return. Ken Keller
12. Spawner recruit patterns north fork Lewis Falls. Olaf Langness
13. 1995 FCH natural spawn. Kelly Harlan
14. Icicle Creek spring Chinook sport fishery creel survey. Rick Watson
15. Spawner recruit patterns Hanford Reach Falls. Olaf Langness
16. 1995 juvenile coho stock assessment. Rick Heitz
17. 1998 Columbia River spring Chinook forecast. Rich Pettit
18. 1998 upriver spring Chinook forecast. Rich Pettit
19. CKL spring Chinook database report. Rich Pettit
20. CKLK spring Chinook stockage composition report. Rich Pettit
21. Mid-Columbia River spring Chinook forecasts. Rich Pettit
22. Hatchery age and stock composition. Rich Pettit
23. Mid-Columbia River spring Chinook database. Rich Pettit
24. Escapement estimate mid-Columbia 1997. Rich Pettit

[1998]

1. Runsize forecast of return of CR fall Chinook salmon stock in 1998. K. Harlan
2. WDFW sampling summary. H. Fiscus
3. Washington Columbia River and tributaries, stream survey sampling results, 1996. K. Harlan
4. 97 Columbia River chum return. K. Keller
5. Results of sampling the Lewis River natural spawning fall Chinook population in 1996. S. Hawkins
6. Lewis River wild fall Chinook tagging project 1997. S. Hawkins
7. Results of sampling the Lewis River natural spawning fall Chinook population in 1997. S. Hawkins
8. Residual hatchery smolt impact study: wild fall Chinook mortality 1995-97. S. Hawkins
9. Prospect ranking vectors as a method of selecting the best management scenario. O. Langness
10. As assessment of American shad (Alosa sapissima) impact on Pacific salmon (Oncorhynchus spp.) of the Columbia River basin. O. Langness
11. Forecasts for 1999 spring Chinook returns to Washington lower Columbia River tributaries. R. Pettit
12. Runsize forecasts for Columbia River upriver adult spring Chinook 1999.
13. Escapement estimates for spring Chinook in Washington tributaries below Bonneville Dam, 1980-1998. R. Pettit
14. Age and stock composition of spring Chinook returning to Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife Columbia River hatcheries, 1998. R. Pettit.
15. Lower Granite Dam 1997. Glen Mendel

[1999]

1. Mid Columbia River spring Chinook forecast 1999. R. Pettit
2. Mid Columbia River spring Chinook database report. R. Pettit
3. Mid Columbia River spring Chinook accountability report. R. Pettit
4. Run spring forecasts of the return of Columbia River fall Chinook salmon stock in 1999. R. Roler, K. Harlan
5. Cowlitz Hatchery program evaluation annual report. J. Tipping, D. Harmon
6. Mayfield tiger muskie progress report for 1998. J. Tipping
7. Lewis River Hatchery Complex fish biologist annual report for 1998. T. Hilson, J. Tipping
8. 1998 Columbia River chum return. K. Keller
9. WA Columbia River and tributary stream survey sampling results, 1997. K. Harlan
10. FCH salmon skin color and adipose fin mark observations at Bonneville Dam, 1997. K. Harlan
11. Fall Chinook salmon skin color and adipose fin mark observations at Bonneville Dam, 1998. K. Harlan
12. VOID
13. VOID
14. 1999 WDFW sampling summary of spring Chiook sport fisheries. H. Fiscus
15. WA Columbia River and tributaries stream survey sampling results, 1998. K. Harlan
16. Upriver spring Chinook forecast, 2000. R. Pettit
17. Cowlitz, Kalama, Lewis spring Chinook forecast, 2000. R. Pettit
18. Mid Columbia River spring Chinook forecast, 2000. R. Pettit

[2000]

1. Escapement estimates for spring Chinook in Washington tributaries below Bonneville Dam, 1980-1999. Richard Pettit (January 2000)
2. Age and stock composition of spring Chinook salmon returning to Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife Columbia River hatcheries, 1999. Richard Pettit (February 2000)
3. Escapement database for spring Chinook in Washington tributaries between Bonneville and McNary dams, 1970-1999. Richard Pettit. (March 2000)
4. Run size forecast of the return of Columbia River fall Chinook salmon stocks in 2000. Kelly Harlan, Ron Roler (February 2000)
5. Mid Columbia river tributaries accountability report. Richard Pettit.
6. 1999 Columbia River chum return. Ken Keller (January 2001)
7. Lewis River wild fall Chinook tagging project 1999. Shane Hawkins (May 2000)
8. Fiscal year 1999 update of survival rate indices (difference between observed and predicted productivity) for the Wind River and Klickitat River spring Chinook [Plan for analyzing and testing hypotheses (PATH)] index stocks. O.P. Langness (May 2000) (REV. June 15, 2000)
9. Fall Chinok salmon skin color and adipose fin mark observations at Bonneville Dam, 1999. Kelly Harlan. (August 2000)
10. Washington Columbia River and tributary stream survey sampling results, 1999. Kelly Harlan (July 2000)
11. Escapement goals for upriver bright fall Chinook stock of the Columbia River. O. Langness
12. Escapement goals for summer Chinook stocks of the Columbia River. O. Langness
13. Run size forecast for Columbia River upriver adult spring Chinook, 2001. Lisa S. Harlan, Richard Pettit. (November 2000)
14. Results of sampling the Lewis River natural spawning fall Chinook in 1998. Shane Hawkins (August 2000)

[2001]

1. Run size forecast of the return of Columbia River fall Chinook salmon stocks in 2001. Kelly Harlan, Ron Roler (February 2001)
2. Fall Chinook salmon skin color and adipose fin mark observations at Bonneville Dam, 2000. Kelly Harlan (April 2001)
3. Lewis River wild fall Chinook tagging project, 2000. Shane Hawkins (May 2001)
4. 2000 Columbia River chum return. Richard Bruce, Ken Keller (July 2001)
5. VOID
6. VOID
7. SEE 2002-01

[2002]

1. Run size forecasts for Columbia River upriver adult spring Chinook, 2002.
2. Forecasts for 2002 spring Chinook returns to Washington lower Columbia River tributaries.
3. Forecasts for 2002 spring Chinook returns to Washington mid-Columbia River tributaries.
4. Run size forecast of the return of Columbia River fall Chinook salmon stocks, 2002.
5. Escapement database for spring Chinook in Washington tributaries between Bonneville and McNary dams, 1970-2001
6. Escapement estimates for spring Chinook in Washington tributaries below Bonneville Dam, 1980-2001.
7. Washington Columbia River and tributaries stream survey sampling results, 2000.
8. FCH salmon skin color and adipose fin mark observations at Bonneville Dam, 2001.
9. Columbia River chum return 2001
10. Residual hatchery smolt impacts study: wild fall Chinook mortality, 1998.
11. Columbia River and tributary stream survey sampling results 2003.

[2003]

1. Run size forecast for Columbia River upriver adult spring Chinook, 2003. Richard Pettit (January 2003)
2. Forecasts for 2003 spring Chinook returns to Washington lower Columbia River tributaries. Richard Pettit (January 2003)
3. Forecasts for 2003 spring Chinook returns to Washington mid-Columbia River tributaries. Richard Pettit (January 2003)
4. Richard Pettit.
5. Escapement database for spring Chinook in Washington tributaries between Bonneville and McNary Dams, 1970-2002. Richard Pettit. (February 2003)
6. Run size forecast of the return of Columbia River fall Chinook salmon stocks in 2003. Kelly Harlan, Ron Roler (February 2003)
7. Columbia River chum report. Ken Keller
8. Age and stock composition of spring Chinook salmon returning to Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife Columbia River hatcheries, 2001. Richard Pettit (February 2003)
9. Age and stock competition of spring Chinook salmon returning to Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife Columbia River hatcheries, 2000. Richard Pettit (April 2003)
10. Biological assessment of the impacts of the anticipated 2003-2005 green sturgeon studies in coastal estuaries of Washington State (Grays Harbor, Willapa Bay, and Columbia River) on salmon, seabirds, and marine mammals. Olaf Paul Langness (April 18, 2003)
11. Washington Columbia River and tributary stream survey sampling results, 2001. Kelly Harlan (May 2003)
12. 2001 FCH natural spawn report. K. Harlan
13. Fall Chinook salmon skin color and adipose fin mark observations at Bonneville Dam, 2002. Kelly Harlan (July 2003)
14. Lewis River wild fall Chinook tagging project, 2001. Shane Hawkins (May 2003)
15. Lewis River wild fall Chinook tagging project 2002. Shane Hawkins (May 2003)
16. Lewis River wild fall Chinook tagging project 2003. Shane Hawkins (September 2003)
17. Run size forecast for Columbia River upriver adult spring Chinook, 2004. Richard Pettit, Lisa Harlan (December 2003)
18. Forecasts for 2004 spring Chinook returns to Washington lower Columbia River tributaries. Richard Pettit, Lisa Harlan (December 2003)
19. Forecasts for 2004 spring Chinook returns to Washington mid-Columbia River tributaries. Richard Pettit, Lisa Harlan. (December 2003)

[2004]

1. Run size forecast of the return of Columbia River fall Chinook salmon stocks in 2004. Kelly Harlan, Ron Roler. (February 2004)
2. Washington Columbia River and tributary stream survey sampling results, 2002. Kelly Harlan (July 2004)
3. Kelly Harlan (July 2004)
4. Fall Chinook salmon skin color and adipose fin mark observations at Bonneville Dam, 2003. Kelly Harlan. (July 2004)

[2005]

1. Run size forecast of the return of Columbia River fall Chinook salmon stocks in 2005. Kelly Harlan, Ron Roler (February 2005)
2. Biological assessment of impacts of 2005 green sturgeon/shark studies in Grays Harbor. Olaf Langness

[2006]

1. Run size forecast of the return of Columbia River fall Chinook salmon stocks in 2006. Kelly Jenkins, Ron Roler (March 2006)
2. Fall Chinook salmon skin color and adipose fin mark observations at Bonneville Dam, 2004. Kelly Jenkins (March 2006)
3. Washington Columbia River and tributary stream survey sampling results, 2003. Kelly Jenkins (March 2006)
4. Fall Chinook salmon skin color and adipose fin mark observations at Bonneville Dam, 2005. Kelly Jenkins (March 2006)

[2007]

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2. Lewis River wild fall Chinook tagging project 2004. Shane Hawkins (April 2007)
3. Lewis River wild fall Chinook tagging project 2005. Shane Hawkins (April 2007)
4. Lewis River wild fall Chinook tagging project 2006. Shane Hawkins (April 2007)
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11. Biological assessment of the impacts of the anticipated 2007-2009 sturgeon studies in coastal estuaries of Washington State (Grays Harbor, Willapa Bay, and Columbia River) on green sturgeon, salmon, seabirds, and marine mammals. Olaf Paul Langness (March 26, 2007)
12. Biological assessment of the impacts of the anticipated 2007-2009 sturgeon studies in coastal estuaries of Washington State (Grays Harbor, Willapa Bay, and Columbia River) on green sturgeon and salmon. Olaf Paul Langness (June 19, 2007)
13. Amendment one to the biological assessment of the impacts of the anticipated 2007-2009 sturgeon studies in coastal estuaries of Washington State (Grays Harbor, Willapa Bay, and Columbia River) on green sturgeon and salmon. Olaf Paul Langness (August 19, 2007)
14. Lewis River wild fall Chinook tagging project 2007. Shane Hawkins (October 2007)
15. 2005 fall Chinook natural spawn progress report tables (???) Kelly Jenkins (June 11, 2007) [memorandum]

[2008]

1. Run size forecast of the return of Columbia River fall Chinook salmon stocks in 2008. Kelly Jenkins, Ron Roler (February 2008)
2. Adult chum salmon return to the Columbia River, 2007. Kenneth Keller, Jeremy Wilson (September 2008)
3. Lewis River wild fall Chinook tagging project 2008. Shane Hawkins (October 2008)

[2009]

1. Run size forecast of the return of Columbia River fall Chinook salmon stocks in 2009. Bonnie Jackman, Bryant Spellman, Quinten Daugherty, Ron Roler. (February 2009)
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5. Columbia River natural spawn progress report 2008. Ron Roler, Quinten Daugherty, Bryant Spellman, Bonnie Jackman (October 2009.
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10. Responses to questions posed to the green sturgeon expert review panel and comments on the draft green sturgeon white paper for the SR-520 pontoon construction project. Olaf Paul Langness

[2010]

1. Run size forecast of the return of Columbia River fall Chinook salmon stocks in 2010. Bonnie Jackman, Bryant Spellman, Quinten Daugherty, Ron Roler (February 2010)

[2011]

1. Run size forecast of the return of Columbia River fall Chinook salmon stocks in 2011. Bonnie Jackman, Bryant Spellman, Quinten Daugherty, Ron Roler. (March 10, 2011)
2. Columbia River natural spawn progress report 2010. Ron Roler, Quinten Daugherty, Bryant Spellman, Bonnie Jackman (October 2011)

[2012]

1. Run size forecast of the return of Columbia River fall Chinook salmon stocks in 2012. Bryant Spellman, Quinten Daugherty, Bonnie Jackman, Ron Roler (February 16, 2012)
2. Lewis River wild fall Chinook tagging project, 2009. Shane Hawkins (May 2012)
3. Lewis River wild fall Chinook tagging project 2010. Shane Hawkins (May 2012)
4. Lewis River wild fall Chinook tagging project 2011. Shane Hawkins (May 2012)
5. Results of sampling the Lewis River natural spawning fall Chinook in 2003. Shane Hawkins (December 2012)

[2013]

1. Results of sampling the Lewis River natural spawning fall Chinook in 2004. Shane Hawkins (January 2013)
2. Results of sampling the Lewis River natural spawning fall Chinook in 2005. Shane Hawkins (January 2013)
3. Results of sampling the Lewis River natural spawning fall Chinook in 2006. Shane Hawkins (January 2013)
4. Results of sampling the Lewis River natural spawning fall Chinook in 2007. Shane Hawkins (January 2013)
5. Results of sampling the Lewis River natural spawning fall Chinook in 2008. Shane Hawkins. (January 2013)
6. Results of sampling the Lewis River natural spawning fall Chinook in 2009. Shane Hawkins (January 2013)
7. Results of sampling the Lewis River natural spawning fall Chinook in 2010. Shane Hawkins (January 2013)
8. Results of sampling the Lewis River natural spawning fall Chinook in 2011. Shane Hawkins (January 2013)
9. Lewis River wild fall Chinook tagging project 2012. Shane Hawkins (January 2013)
10. Run size forecast of the return of Columbia River fall Chinook salmon stocks in 2013. Ken Keller, Bonnie Jackman, Quinten Daugherty, Bryant Spellman (February 13, 2013)
11. Results of sampling the Lewis River natural spawning fall Chinook in 2012. Shane Hawkins (September 2013)

[2014]

1. Run size forecast of the return of Columbia River fall Chinook salmon stocks in 2014. Ken Keller, Bonnie Jackman, Quinten Daugherty, Bryant Spellman, Lisa Harlan (February 13, 2014)

[2015]

1. Run size forecast of the return of Columbia River fall Chinook salmon stocks in 2015. Ken Keller, Bonnie Jackman, Quinten Daugherty, Bryant Spellman, Lisa Harlan (February 25, 2015)
2. Lewis River wild fall Chinook tagging project 2014. Shane Hawkins (March 2015)
3. Results of sampling the north fork Lewis River natural spawning fall Chinook in 2014. Shane Hawkins (April 2015)