I see in WDFW's hatchery escapement report that as 9/13 the Naselle the counts were 299 hatchery fish (258 adults and 41 jacks) and 58 wild (57 adults and 1 jack). As a hatchery/wild ratio that doesn't look that far out of line to the pre-season expectations.

Word on the water is that last couple days lots of fish moving up river. With the weather forecast and the commercial opening should have a better information on both hatchery/wild ratios and run strength by this time next week.

Something to keep in mind is that for the last month or so the Willapa river flows have been near historic lows for the entire period.