I'm guessing more than 4000 on 5/3
What's a steelhead?Silver lining? While adult counts stagnate, jack counts are holding steady or rising... Managements decision to withhold another extension is looking more and more prudent... The scheduled May 15 steelhead opener may be in jeopardy...
Don’t make me take your money tooSince 2012, the average peak daily count day was May 6, the average date w 50% passage comes a few days later on May 10. With 23,600 counted through May 4, if the run ends up being 5 days later than average the total season count is 150k. At 7 days later than average, the run is about 207K. Still time folks.
On a “normal” year. Yes. But when everything’s running late and the salmon trend follows that. Then The Columbia floods right when the fish start crossing the damn. It really throws a wrench into predictions. We could see some incredible late May fishing for a change.This is so depressing..... Does the "Late runs are historically small runs" still apply? If so this ain't good folks!
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