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Proposal Table of Contents

Additional Documents

Section 1. General Administrative information
Section 2. Past accomplishments
Section 3. Relationships to other projects
Section 4. Objectives, tasks and schedules
Section 5. Budget
Section 6. References
Section 7. Abstract

Reviews and Recommendations
Title Type File Size File Date


Section 1. General Administrative Information

Title of Project Proposal Coded-Wire Tag Recovery
BPA Project Proposal Number 198201300
Business name of agency, institution,
or organization requesting funding
Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission
Business acronym (if appropriate) PSMFC
 

Proposal contact person or principal investigator

Name Ken Johnson
Mailing Address 45 SE 82nd Dr., Suite 100
City, State, Zip Gladstone, OR 97027-2522
Phone 5036505400
Fax 5036505426
E-mail ken.johnson@psmfc.org
 
Manager of program authorizing this project
 
Review Cycle FY 2000
Province Mainstem/Systemwide
Subbasin Systemwide
 
Short Description Recovery of CWTs from salmonids sampled in the commercial and sport fisheries (Columbia River and Oregon ocean), spawning grounds and hatcheries. Provides critical stock identification information required to evaluate the status of Columbia Basin stocks.
Target Species Chinook, coho, chum, and sockeye salmon Steelhead trout


Project Location

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Reasonable and Prudent Alternatives (RPAs)

Sponsor-Reported Relevant RPAs

Sponsor listed no RPAs for this project proposal

Relevant RPAs based upon NMFS & BPA Review

NMFS and BPA did not associate any reasonable and prudent alternatives with this project proposal


NPPC Program Measure Number(s) which this project addresses: 4.1A, 4.3, 4.3C, 5.0, 5.0E, 5.4C, 7.1A, 7.1C, 7.1D, 7.2A.2, 7.2B, 7.2D, 7.4I, 7.4J, 7.4K, 7.4L, 7.4M, 7.4N, 7.5B.3, 7.5C, 8.2C, 8.2D, 8.2E, 8.4C, 8.4C.2, 8.4C.3, 8.4C.4, 8.4D
FWS/NMFS Biological Opinion Number(s) which this project addresses: ND- NMFS-BO- Basic Monitoring NMFS Hydrosystem Operations Biological Opinion- VIII.A.13 (Reasonable & Prudent Alternative to the Proposed Action #13)
Other Planning Document References Snake River Recovery Plan (2.1.d.5). Snake River Salmon Recovery Team: Final Recommendations: Chapter III.K: Importance of Stock Identification in Managing Salmon; Chapter IV.7 Evaluation and Monitoring of Population Status and Trends (also subsections 7.c and 7.d). Wy Kan Ush Me Wa Kush Wit: Review Draft,Volume 1: Section 5A - Recommendations: Research, Monitoring and Evaluation and a Coordinated Information System; Section 5B - Technical Recommedations: #9) Selective Fisheries Habitat: Ocean and Mainstem; #10) Chinook Harvest Ceilings Habitat: Ocean (CWTs essential for estimating survival rates); #13) Stock-specific Concerns Habitat: Mainstem, Tributaries


CBFWA-Generated Information

Database Administrator notes on the history of this proposal form: None
Type of Project (assigned by CBFWA Analysts): anadromous


Section 2. Past Accomplishments

Year Accomplishment
1998 ANNUAL ACCOMPLISHMENTS** (Listed only for 1998 but apply all years) *** 1982 to Present ***
1998 Randomly sampled mainstem Columbia River non-Indian and Treaty Indian commercial fisheries and the recreational fisheries at minimum 20% sampling rate.
1998 Randomly sampled Willamette and Clackamas River spring chinook sport fisheries plus fall chinook and coho returning to Oregon escapement areas below Bonneville Dam.
1998 Randomly sampled all major Washington tributary recreational fisheries plus spring/fall chinook and coho returning to escapement areas below McNary Dam.
1998 Randomly sampled fall chinook recreational fisheries and returns to the spawning grounds on the Hanford Reach on the upper Columbia River.
1998 Estimated total catch and effort in the mainstem Columbia River commercial and recreational fisheries (including Buoy 10), and in the spring chinook fisheries in the Willamette and Clackamas Rivers.
1998 Estimated spawning populations for Oregon's lower Columbia River tributaries, all major Washington tributaries, and fall chinook returning to Hanford Reach.
1998 Estimated returns to Oregon's lower Columbia River fall chinook hatcheries.
1998 Estimated stock composition of summer steelhead and brights/tule fall chinook at Bonneville Dam.
1998 Estimated catch and effort in all major Washington tributary recreational fisheries and in the fall chinook recreational fishery on Hanford reach.
1998 Determined age composition for all Columbia River basin recreational and commercial fisheries (including Washington tributary fisheries) for spring and fall chinook.
1998 Determined stock composition of Columbia River mainstem and Washington terminal area fisheries and hatchery/wild ratios of summer steelhead at Bonneville Dam.
1998 Produced run reconstruction and pre-season run size forecasts for all major salmonid stocks and ESA substocks.
1998 Sampled Oregon’s ocean commercial troll and sport salmon fisheries at a minimum of 20% of the weekly landed catch within major ocean sampling catch areas.
1998 Estimated total commercial troll and sport salmon harvest by species in Oregon’s ocean fisheries.
1998 Ocean and Col R. CWT recovery data merged with catch/sample data to determine survival, distribution, harvest rates, contribution and status of wild, natural and hatchery salmon and steelhead stocks. Data reported to PSMFC's RMIS system and other users.
1998 Wide variety of reports produced, including annual status reports summarizing fish runs, population status, fisheries and escapements.
1998 Timely processing of sampled snouts by ODFW's Clackamas lab for extraction and decoding of CWTs.
1998 Regional access to all CWT data (release, recovery, and catch/sample records) provided through PSMFC's on-line 'Regional Mark Information System'.
1998 ***See the listing of objectives and tasks below for numerous other project accomplishments not listed above.


Section 3. Relationships to Other Projects

Project ID Title Description Umbrella
9000500 Umatilla Hatchery Monitoring and Evaluation Production evaluation; Stock identification in fisheries and escapement No
9600800 PATH - Participation by State and Tribal Agencies CWT data from fisheries and escapement used for stock modeling purposes No
9306000 Select Area Fisheries Evaluation Production evaluation; Stock identification in Youngs Bay, Tongue Point, and Blind Slough fisheries No
8805304 Hood River Production Program - Pelton Ladder - Hatchery Identification of hatchery fish in Hood River Basin No
8902900 Hood River Production Program - Monitor Actions Identification of hatchery fish in Hood River Basin No
9603301 Yakima River Fall Chinook Supplementation CWTs used for stock monitoring and evaluation in Yakima Basin No
9603302 Yakima River Coho Restoration CWTs used for stock monitoring and evaluation in Yakima Basin No
833500 Big Canyon Creek Portable Acclimation/Release Facility CWTs used along with PIT tags and radio tags for stock evaluation No
9506300 Yakima/Klickitat Monitoring Evaluation Program CWTs used for stock monitoring and evaluation in Yakima Basin No
9506401 Refinement of Marking Methods for YKFP CWTs included in marking methods No
9604000 Wenatchee/Methow Coho CWTs used for stock monitoring and evaluation in Wenatchee and Methow Basins No
9144 Monitor Natural Escapement & Productivity of John Day Basin Spring Chinook CWTs used for stock monitoring and evaluation in John Day Basin No
8201300 Coded-Wire Tag Recovery Program Yes
8906500 Annual Stock Assessment - CWT (USFWS) Yes
8906600 Annual Stock Assessment - CWT (WDFW) Yes
8906900 Annual Stock Assessment - CWT (ODFW) Yes
20543 Coded-Wire Tag Program (Programatic Umbrella) Yes


Section 4. Objectives, Tasks and Schedules

Objectives and Tasks

Objective Task
3. Columbia Basin CWT Sampling: Joint ODFW/WDFW Program (Objectives 1-3) .
1. Snout Recovery: Recover snouts from CWT marked salmon and steelhead landed in Columbia River sport and commercial fisheries and returning to escapement areas. a. Randomly sample mainstem Columbia River non-Indian and Treaty Indian commercial fisheries and the recreational fisheries at a minimum 20% sampling rate.
1. b. Randomly sample Willamette and Clackamas River spring chinook sport fisheries plus fall chinook and coho returning to Oregon escapement areas below Bonneville Dam (ODFW task).
1. c. Randomly sample all major Washington tributary recreational fisheries plus spring/fall chinook and coho returning to escapement areas below McNary Dam (WDFW).
1. d. Randomly sample fall chinook recreational fisheries and returns to the spawning grounds on the Hanford Reach on the upper Columbia River.
2. Creel Census and Escapement Area Programs: Estimate total harvest in commercial fisheries, total effort and catch in the recreational fisheries, document hatchery returns, and estimate spawning populations. a. Estimate total harvest in mainstem Columbia River commercial fisheries
2. b. Estimate total catch and effort in the mainstem Columbia River recreational fisheries (including Buoy 10), and in the spring chinook fisheries in the Willamette and Clackamas Rivers.
2. c. Estimate spawning populations for Oregon's lower Columbia River tributaries, all major Washington tributaries, and fall chinook returning to Hanford Reach.
2. d. Estimate returns to Oregon's lower Columbia River fall chinook hatcheries.
2. e. Estimate stock composition of summer steelhead and brights/tule fall chinook at Bonneville Dam.
2. f. Estimate catch and effort in all major Washington tributary recreational fisheries and in the fall chinook recreational fishery on the Hanford reach.
3. Data Analysis and Delivery: Combine CWT recovery data with catch/sample data and determine survival, distribution, harvest rates, contribution and status of wild, natural and hatchery salmon and steelhead stocks. Report data to PSMFC's RMIS system. a. Combine error checked CWT recovery data with associated catch/sample data on ODFW's mainframe computer. (Includes WDFW's Columbia River mainstem recoveries plus some escapement and catch data from other resource agencies)
3. b. Determine age composition for all Columbia River basin recreational and commercial fisheries (including Washington tributary fisheries) for spring and fall chinook.
3. c. Determine age composition of chinook in Oregon and Washington tributary escapement areas and of summer steelhead at Bonneville Dam.
3. d. Determine Washington and Oregon terminal area tag rates for spring and fall chinook by stock.
3. e. Determine stock composition of Columbia River mainstem and Washington terminal area fisheries and hatchery/wild ratios of summer steelhead at Bonneville Dam.
3. f. Produce run reconstruction and pre-season run size forecasts for all major salmonid stocks and ESA substocks.
3. g. Provide data to major projects funded by BPA, including StreamNet, PATH, and Columbia River Salmon Passage Model (CRiSP1).
3. h. Provide stock status data for use by state, federal, and international fishery management agencies to set and make adjustments to the ocean and Columbia River fisheries.
3. i. Provide survival data necessary to evaluate hatchery practices.
3. j. Transfer merged and verified recovery CWT data and associated catch/sample data to PSMFC for incorporation into the regional database (Regional Mark Information Sytem (RMIS)).
3. k. Produce annual status reports summarizing fish runs, population status, fisheries and escapements.
3. Ocean CWT Sampling: ODFW Program (Objectives 4-6) .
4. Recovery of CWTs from chinook and coho salmon landed in Oregon’s ocean commercial troll and recreational fisheries. a. Sample Oregon’s ocean commercial troll salmon fishery at a minimum of 20% of the weekly landed catch within major ocean sampling catch areas.
4. b. Sample Oregon’s recreational salmon fishery at a minimum of 20% of the weekly landed catch within major ocean sampling catch areas.
5. Determine total commercial troll and recreational landings and effort by time and catch area from expansions of sampled data. a. Estimate total commercial troll salmon harvest by species in Oregon’s ocean fisheries.
5. b. Estimate total recreational salmon harvest (private vessels and charter boat) in Oregon’s ocean fisheries.
6. Data Analysis and Delivery: Combine CWT recovery data with catch/sample data and determine survival, distribution, harvest rates, contribution and status of Columbia River wild, natural and hatchery salmon and steelhead stocks. Report data to PSMFC. a. Upload ocean port salmon sampling data onto ODFW mainframe computer. Complete second level error checks and process CWT and sampling data for delivery to PSMFC's regional database.
6. b. Provide stratified time/area data analysis on CWT ocean fishery recoveries, fishery effort and landings to ODFW fishery managers, PFMC, PST, CBFWA, NMFS, ESA stock status reviews, and others as requested.
6. c. Produce “Oregon Ocean Salmon Fisheries Annual Report”. Contribute to the PFMC annual report on ocean fisheries.
6. Clackamas CWT Tag Recovery Lab: ODFW (Objectives 7-8) .
7. Process Fish Heads Containing Coded Wire Tags. a. Retrieve fish heads from various collection locations several times a year to provide timely processing and decoding of the CWTs.
7. b. Extract and decode CWTs from fish heads.
8. Data Delivery: Verify and report decoded CWTs to ODFW’s data management operations and to PSMFC’s RMIS system. a. Enter and verify CWT decoding data on the ODFW mainframe database. (Includes WDFW’s Columbia River mainstem tag recoveries).
8. b. Transfer CWT data to PSMFC.
8. c. Return recovered tags of non-Oregon origin to the appropriate release agencies. Maintain an archival tag recovery collection for all tags released by Oregon hatcheries and other wild stock tagging programs.
8. PSMFC Regional Mark Processing Center: (Objectives 9-10) .
9. Provide regional CWT data management a. Maintain and upgrade the regional database for all CWT releases and recoveries, including release and recovery data from ODFW, WDFW and USFWS.
9. b. Produce and distribute annual report on regional CWT releases (Pacific Salmonid Coded-Wire Tag Releases: 199- to 199-).
9. c. Maintain and upgrade PSMFC's on-line "Regional Mark Information System" (RMIS), to facilitate on-line user retrieval of regional CWT release, recovery, and catch/sample data.
10. Provide regional coordination of marking programs. a. Serve on regional committees that involve coordination of marking and coded wire tags. This includes PSC’s Data Sharing, Data Standards and Catch/Effort committees and chairing the Regional Mark Committee.
10. b. Assist in the resolution of political issues in marking salmonids, including mass marking of hatchery stocks and the impact on the integrity of the coastwide CWT program.

Objective Schedules and Costs

Objective Start Date End Date Measurable Biological Objectives Milestone FY 2000 Cost %
1 01/01/99 12/01/99 ODFW/WDFW Col. River Sampling: Recover snouts from CWT marked salmon and steelhead landed in Columbia River sport and commercial fisheries and returning to escapement areas. Randomly sample Col. R. fisheries at minimum 20% level. Estimate stock composition in fisheries and escapement; Estimate catch and effort. 41.0%
2 01/01/99 12/01/99 ODFW/WDFW Col. River Sampling: Creel Census and Escapement Area Programs: Estimate total harvest in commercial fisheries, total effort and catch in the recreational fisheries, document hatchery returns, and estimate spawning populations. Estimate stock composition in sampled fisheries and escapement; Estimate catch and effort. 14.0%
3 01/01/99 12/01/99 ODFW/WDFW Col. R. Sampling: Combine CWT recovery data with catch/sample data and carry out data analyses. Report data to PSMFC's RMIS system. Determine run reconstruction and run size predictions, survival, distribution, harvest rates, contribution and status of wild, natural and hatchery salmon and steelhead stocks. Report data to PSMFC's RMIS system. 16.0%
4 01/01/99 12/01/99 ODFW Ocean Sampling: Recovery of CWTs from chinook and coho salmon landed in Oregon’s ocean commercial troll and recreational fisheries. Randomly sample ocean fisheries at minimum 20% level. Estimate stock composition in fisheries; 9.0%
5 01/01/99 12/01/99 ODFW Ocean Sampling: Determine total commercial troll and recreational landings and effort by time and catch area from expansions of sampled data. Estimate catch and effort in ocean commercial and sport fisheries 2.0%
6 01/01/99 12/01/99 ODFW Ocean Sampling: Combine CWT recovery data with catch/sample data and carry out data analyses. Report data to PSMFC. Determine run reconstruction and run size predictions, survival, distribution, harvest rates, contribution and status of Columbia River wild, natural and hatchery salmon and steelhead stocks. Report data to PSMFC. 4.0%
7 01/01/99 12/01/99 ODFW Head Lab: Process Fish Heads Containing Coded Wire Tags. Recover and decode CWTs 6.0%
8 01/01/99 12/01/99 ODFW Head Lab: Data Delivery; Verify and report decoded CWTs to ODFW’s data management operations and to PSMFC’s RMIS system. Timely process CWT recovery data and report to PSMFC 4.0%
9 01/01/99 12/01/99 RMPC: Provide regional CWT data management Provide timely access to all reported CWT release and recovery data 3.0%
10 01/01/99 12/01/99 RMPC: Provide regional coordination of marking programs. Provide forum for development of regional agreements on fish marking. 1.0%


Section 5. Estimated Budget Summary

Itemized Budget

Item Note FY 2000 Cost
Personnel ODFW, WDFW, PSMFC (primarily field sampling personnel) $888,704
Fringe ODFW (36%), WDFW (16%-37%), PSMFC (37%) $304,592
Supplies 30 data loggers, parts, software ($60,000); rain gear, sampling gear $ 78,193
Operating Includes PSMFC computer operations ($39,289) $ 51,457
Capital Computer ($3,500), software, printer $ 3,500
Travel Vehicles, mileage, per diem, & lodging: ODFW ($43,429); WDFW ($19,310) $ 62,739
Indirect ODFW (35.5%), WDFW (22%); PSMFC (15%) $348,867
Other PSMFC administrative fee on pass-through funds (2%) $ 21,913
Subcontractor $163,533
Total Itemized Budget $1,923,498


Total estimated budget

Total FY 2000 project cost $1,923,498
Amount anticipated from previously committed BPA Funds $ 0
Total FY 2000 budget request $1,923,498
FY 2000 forecast from 1999 $ 0
% change from forecast 0.0%


Reason for change in estimated budget

Not applicable


Reason for change in scope

Not applicable


Cost Sharing

Organization Item or service provided Amount Cash or In-Kind
ODFW-Columbia River Sampling: $ 0 unknown
Wallup/Breaux Columbia River Sport Creel Program $153,800 unknown
Corps of Engineers CWT marking and recovery at Bonneville Hatchery $ 82,109 unknown
Pacific Salmon Treaty Columbia River commercial and sport fisheries sampling $ 32,681 unknown
Oregon State Funds Sport and commercial fisheries sampling, spawning ground surveys, hatchery sampling, data analysis, run reconstruction, supervisory duties $160,911 unknown
WDFW-Columbia River Sampling: $ 0 unknown
WDFW Mass marked coho sampling assistance $ 40,000 unknown
WDFW CWT Recovery Project supervision $ 16,000 unknown
WDFW Lab CWT decoding and data management $125,000 unknown
WDFW Buoy 10 and coastal sampling $200,000 unknown
WDFW/Tacoma Power/Grant Co. PUD Hatchery CWT sampling $ 70,000 unknown
PFMC/CTC Yakima River fall chinook stock assessment $ 50,000 unknown
Pacific Corp. Lewis River wild fall chinook stock assessment $ 54,000 unknown
ODFW-Ocean Salmon Sampling Program: $ 0 unknown
Pacific Salmon Treaty (NMFS) Partial funding of ocean sampling program $ 68,786 unknown
NMFS/AFA Anadromous Partial funding of ocean sampling program $125,734 unknown
USFWS/SFR Partial funding of ocean sampling program $225,667 unknown
State Funds Partial funding of ocean sampling program $ 67,779 unknown
ODFW-Clackamas Tag Lab $ 0 unknown
Pacific Salmon Treaty Partial funding of operations $ 8,000 unknown
NMFS Partial funding of operations $ 2,000 unknown
State Funds Supervisory and data management $140,000 unknown
Miscellaneous Sources Funding for extraction of federal and tribal tags $ 50,000 unknown
PSMFC-Regional Mark Processing Center: $ 0 unknown
PSMFC Partial funding of operations $ 32,669 unknown
NMFS (Anadromous) Partial funding of operations $ 65,338 unknown
Pacific Salmon Treaty (USFWS) Partial funding of operations $200,000 unknown
**This listing does not related federal and tribal hatchery and spawning ground tag recovery sampling Examples include USFWS hatcheries (Spring Cr, Carson, Little White Salmon, Klickitat spawning grounds, Yakima River spawning grounds, and Umatilla hatchery and spawning grounds. $ 0 unknown

 

Outyear Budget Totals

2001 2002 2003 2004
All Phases $2,019,673 $2,120,657 $2,226,690 $2,338,024
Total Outyear Budgets $2,019,673 $2,120,657 $2,226,690 $2,338,024
 

Other Budget Explanation

Schedule Constraints: Sampling programs are dependent upon the timing of the various fisheries. As such, any management adjustments in the fisheries (i.e. early closures or extended seasons) may neccessitate changes to sampling schedules.


Section 6. References

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Section 7. Abstract

Abstract


Reviews and Recommendations

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