Blind Creek Chinook Salmon Enumeration Weir

Blind Creek is a significant Chinook salmon spawning stream flowing into the Pelly River, approximately 10 km southeast of the Town of Faro. Since 1995, a weir has been operated here annually (with the exception of 2001 and 2002) to enumerate Chinook salmon returns. Each season, a weir is installed and operated at the same location to enumerate Chinook salmon escapement and to conduct live sampling to obtain biological information from the stock. The weir project also provides a salmon viewing opportunity and on-site interpretation of the salmon resource and management programs for local residents and visitors. The goals of the project are: a) to provide a long term data set of information on a Chinook spawning population in the proposed Pelly River Conservation Unit and b) to increase public awareness of salmon management programs and conservation. This project will build on the information obtained from the 2003 to 2015 Blind Creek weir projects.

CRE-37-18. 2018 Blind Creek Chinook Salmon Enumera...

CRE-37-17 Blind Creek Final Report 2017

CRE-37-16 Blind Creek Chinook Enumeration Weir

CRE-37-15 Blind Creek Chinook Salmon Enumeration W...

CRE-37-14 Blind Creek Chinook Salmon Enumeration W...

CRE-37-13 Blind Creek Chinook Salmon Enumeration W...

CRE-37-12 Blind Creek Chinook Salmon Enumeration W...

CRE-37-11 Blind Creek Weir