From 2011 to 2013, sockeye salmon Oncorhynchus nerka escapement through the Pasagshak River into Lake Rose Teed on the Kodiak road system will be estimated with a weir. The Alaska Department of Fish and Game (ADF&G), Division of Commercial Fisheries will operate the aluminum picket and wood tripod salmon weir near the mouth of Lake Rose Teed. Age, sex, and length (ASL) information will be gathered from sockeye salmon captured at the weir. Subsistence fishing activity will be observed and ASL information will be gathered from subsistence catch. This information will assist ADF&G staff in determining appropriate escapement levels into Lake Rose Teed and to more effectively monitor the timing, health, and productivity of Lake Rose Teed sockeye salmon. This operational plan will provide seasonal employees a reference document in order to run the field camp effectively, operate the weir, and live safely at the remote site during the 2012 season.