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Table S1: Summary of samples used in the study. The generations are indicated by colored boxes: green, blue, and pink for generations 1, 2, and 3, respectively. Samples were not collected in 2003, or from the stream prior to 2004. Unboxed samples were collected but not included in this study.

Table S2: Microsatellite loci used for parentage analysis.

Table S3: Summary of parentage assignments for brood years 2000–2007.

Table S4: Estimated broad sense heritability of male maturity age for the 2001 and 2002 hatchery brood years.

Table S5: Summary of generation 2 (2004-2007) matings by origin.

Figure S1: Plots illustrating the relationships between the reproductive success (juvenile offspring/spawner) of naturally spawning male salmon and their length, age and reproductive success of their captively bred parents.

Figure S2: Plots illustrating the relationships between the reproductive success (juvenile offspring/spawner) of naturally spawning female salmon and their length, age, and reproductive success of their captively bred parents.

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