Lower Columbia and Tributary Fish Catch Reportsby Mark Yuasa
Seattle Times, October 22, 2012
Here are the latest state Fish and Wildlife sampling from this past week in the Columbia River region:
Lower Columbia River - Oct. 15-21: 138 bank anglers caught two chinook and five coho, and released two steelhead; 49 boats with 90 anglers caught two chinook and three coho, and released one coho; three boats with 10 anglers caught three sturgeon and released nine; three boats with five anglers caught no walleye.
Columbia River in The Dalles Pool - Oct. 15-21: Six bank anglers caught two sturgeon and released 108; four bank anglers, and three boats with six anglers caught no salmon or steelhead; one boat with two anglers caught no walleye.
Columbia River in Bonneville Pool - Oct. 15-21: 58 boat anglers caught 35 coho and two chinook, and released one chinook.
Cowlitz River - Oct. 15-21: 98 bank anglers caught four chinook, 12 coho, one steelhead and 25 cutthroat trout, and released 10 chinook, five coho and one sturgeon; 22 boat anglers caught two chinook and seven coho, and released two chinook and eight coho.
Kalama River - Oct. 15-21: 40 bank anglers caught two coho and two steelhead, and released four chinook.
Lewis River mainstem - Oct. 15-21: Six bank anglers caught no fish; seven boat anglers caught one steelhead and released two coho.
Lewis River North Fork - Oct. 15-21: 95 bank anglers caught four chinook, six coho and four steelhead, and released one chinook, two coho and two steelhead; 69 boat anglers caught 47 chinook, and released five chinook and one coho.
Klickitat River - Oct. 15-21: 28 bank anglers caught 18 chinook and 19 coho; two boat anglers caught two chinook.
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