West Fork Environmental installed four PIT tag antennas in Ohop Creek, near Eatonville, WA, to collect data leading to a better understanding of the relative importance and role of the newly restored reach on movement and residence patterns of juvenile coho within the upper system. West Fork captured and tagged ~2,000 juvenile salmonids from select reaches of Ohop Creek over two summers. The timing of migration for juvenile coho was documented during the subsequent spring. West Fork quantified the amount of time spent in restored reaches using movement data from PIT tag arrays. Adult returns were monitored to assess survival.