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The Auke Creek weir, located in Juneau, Alaska, is a permanent fish counting structure that allows for near complete sampling of downstream and upstream migrant salmonid species. The weir has been in operation in its current configuration since 1980 and has produced a rich long-term series of biological and physical data. Collected data include fish abundance, migration timing, age, length, and weight, as well as creek temperature, and gauge height. We summarize data collected in 2017 anddoi:10.25923/b9pe-hd64 fatcat:tvkpsdir5jhwjogebiirqspmhu