Eel River Fall Chinook 2010 monitoring reports, including many photographs

Pat took thousands of photos in the field during his September through December 2010 fall Chinook salmon survey and assembled them into field reports that explain what he saw.  These reports provide a foundation for the final report and a window on the beauty of the Eel River landscape. 

Shively-Holmes Reconnaissance: Otters, Pikeminnow and Juvenile
Steelhead. September 14, 2010.

Solo Dive Creamery Pool and Base of Fernbridge: Early Chinook Salmon Run Confirmed. September 17, 2010.

River Walk (12th Street Pool) to Fernbridge Solo Dive: Hundreds of Chinook in Lower River. September 20, 2010.

Reconnaissance of Mainstem Eel at Alderpoint and Lower Steelhead Creek. September 21, 2010.

Hansen Pool and the Eel/Van Duzen Convergence Pool: Salmon Upstream as far as Van Duzen River. October 7, 2010.

Upper Eel at Hearst and Emandal: Pikeminnow but also Steelhead Juveniles. October 8, 2010.

Holmes Bluff Pool and High Rock: How Far Upstream Are the Salmon? October 10, 2010.

Eel River Estuary: Lots of Salmon. October 20, 2010.

Thousands of Fish Poised to Run October 22, 2010.

Fernbridge to Alderpoint Reconnaissance: Plenty of Water for Chinookand the Run Continues. November 16, 2010.

Hearst and Mainstem Eel River Outlet Creek to Dos Rios: Chinook
Spawning Everywhere. November 4 & 17, 2010.

Scott Dam to Van Arsdale Dam and Below: Chinook Spawning
Reconnaissance and Habitat Assessment. November 5 & 17, 2010.