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UMATILLA HATCHERY AND SATELLITE FACILITIES OPERATION AND MAINTENANCEOREGON DEPARTMENT OF FISH AND WILDLIFE ( ) CONFEDERATED TRIBES OF THE UMATILLA INDIAN RESERVATION ( )
RELATED PROJECTS UMATILLA RIVER FISH PASSAGE OPERATIONS (8802200)OUTMIGRATION M&E ( ) HATCHERY M&E ( ) NATURAL PRODUCTION M&E ( )
SUB-BASIN PRODUCTION OBJECTIVES150,000 YEARLING STEELHEAD 810,000 YEARLING SPRING CHINOOK 480,000 YEARLING FALL CHINOOK 600,000 SUBYEARLING FALL CHINOOK 1,500,000 EARLY COHO
UMATILLA HATCHERY PRODUCTION OBJECTIVES150,000 YEARLING STEELHEAD 600,000 YEARLING SPRING CHINOOK 600,000 SUBYEARLING FALL CHINOOK
LITTLE WHITE HATCHERY PRODUCTION OBJECTIVES210,000 YEARLING SPRING CHINOOK
ADULT RETURN OBJECTIVES5,500 summer steelhead 8,000 spring chinook 12,000 fall chinook 6,000 early coho
. . . . . . . . PROJECT LOCATIONS Umatilla Hatchery N Umatilla RiverColumbia River . PROJECT LOCATIONS . Umatilla Hatchery Three Mile Dam South Fork Walla Walla Hermiston . . . . . Thornhollow Pendleton Minthorn Westland Dam Imeques Pendleton Bonifer Umatilla River Rearing Facility Adult spawning Adult spawning and Acclimation Acclimation Meacham Creek N
. . . STEELHEAD PROJECT LOCATIONS . Umatilla Hatchery . Minthorn NColumbia River STEELHEAD PROJECT LOCATIONS Umatilla Hatchery . . Three Mile Dam Hermiston . . . Pendleton Minthorn Westland Dam Pendleton Bonifer Umatilla River Meacham Creek N
Steelhead Releases (1999-04)
Steelhead Returns ( )
. . SPRING CHINOOK PROJECT LOCATIONS . Umatilla Hatchery . NColumbia River . SPRING CHINOOK PROJECT LOCATIONS Umatilla Hatchery . . Three Mile Dam South Fork Walla Walla Hermiston . Pendleton Westland Dam Imeques Umatilla River Meacham Creek N
Spring Chinook Releases (1999-04)
Spring Chinook Returns (1999-04)
. . FALL CHINOOK PROJECT LOCATIONS . Umatilla Hatchery . NColumbia River FALL CHINOOK PROJECT LOCATIONS Umatilla Hatchery . . Three Mile Dam Hermiston . . Thornhollow Pendleton Westland Dam Umatilla River Meacham Creek N
Fall Chinook Releases (1999-04)
Fall Chinook Returns (1999-04)
. COHO PROJECT LOCATIONS . N Umatilla River Columbia RiverThree Mile Dam Hermiston . Pendleton Westland Dam Pendleton Umatilla River Meacham Creek N
Coho Releases ( )
Early Coho Returns ( )
PROGRAM NEEDS Umatilla Hatchery rearing water development (treatment or wells) Imeques outfall gravel removal Bonifer Acclimation site Minthorn Release Pipe Additional resident at Umatilla Hatchery Replacement of Liberation diesel tractor
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