Lummi Natural Resources: Harvest Management: Fisheries Management:

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Pacific salmon are an integral part of the economy, ecology, and culture in the Pacific Northwest. Lummi Nation Fishers rely on the annual return of salmon for their financial and spiritual well being. Salmon fisheries are structured to coincide with the return of these fish to their home waters. There are five species of pacific salmon, and two species of anadromous trout. They are: Chinook salmon, chum salmon, coho salmon, pink salmon, sockeye salmon, steelhead, and cutthroat trout. The Nooksack River produces all seven species of salmon and trout. Return timing for these fish varies between species, but the majority of adult salmon return to the Nooksack River from August through December.


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Sampling the Ceremonial and Subsistence catch to obtain biological data for fishery management.

Landing sockeye salmon.

Field crews and Lummi Intertidal Baseline Inventory Staff Leads at the end of sampling celebration barbeque. Standing from left: Jordan Ballew; Jessica Urbanec; Anthony George; Jonathan Robinson; Michael LeMoine, Dacia Wiitala; Craig Dolphin; Julie Barber; Dan Haught. Kneeling: Delanae Estes; Dewey Solomon. Inset: William Hensley.

Beach seining in the Nooksack River delta

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