Here is a rundown by state Fish and Wildlife on the Lower Columbia River spring chinook fishery:
From May 15-22 there was an estimated 11,537 angler trips with 1,049 adult spring chinook kept and 208 released. 60-percent of the fish kept were upriver stock based on Visual Stock Identification. In addition, 386 steelhead were kept and 66 released.
The grand total for the season is 126,068 angler trips with 8,704 adult spring chinook kept and 2,278 released. 74-percent of the fish kept were upriver stock based on VIS. In addition, 1,451 steelhead were kept and 731 released.
(Photo by Mark Harrison, Seattle Times staff photographer)