A fish weir equipped with an underwater video system was installed and operated between 28 April and 5 August in the Funny River during 2011 to collect abundance, run timing, and biological information on adult Chinook salmon Oncorhynchus tshawytscha and steelhead O. mykiss (anadromous rainbow trout). The total number of Chinook salmon and steelhead counted past the weir was 990 and 91, respectively. Non-target species enumerated included 38 rainbow trout, 176 Dolly Varden Salvelinus malma, 6 round whitefish Prosopium cylindraceum, 2 lamprey Lampetra spp., 4 sockeye salmon O. nerka, 31 pink salmon O. gorbuscha, 1 chum salmon O. keta, and 1 coho salmon O. kisutch. Peak weekly passage of Chinook salmon and steelhead occurred between 26 June and 2 July and 1 and 7 May, respectively. Age, sex, and length information was collected from 202 Chinook salmon and 34 steelhead. Sex of both species was also determined by examining recorded video images. Females comprised 35% of the Chinook salmon escapement and 63% of the steelhead escapement. The average mid-eye-fork length of male and female Chinook salmon sampled was 665 and 804 mm, respectively. Ages of Chinook salmon determined from scale analysis ranged between 3 and 6 years. Mid-eye-fork lengths of steelhead averaged 566 mm for males and 611 mm for females.