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Mark Yuasa covers fishing and outdoors in the Pacific Northwest.

June 6, 2011 at 1:03 PM

State Fish and Wildlife Columbia River region boat ramp and bank fish checks

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Columbia River region and tributaries

Columbia River below Bonneville Dam — Last week: 722 bank anglers caught 85 spring chinook, 33 steelhead and three shad, and released 32 spring chinook, three steelhead and one sturgeon; 76 boats with 178 anglers caught 19 spring chinook, 13 steelhead and two shad, and released three spring chinook and one steelhead; eight bank anglers caught no sturgeon; 10 boats with 29 anglers caught two sturgeon and released 26; 60 bank anglers caught 95 shad and released two; three boats with four anglers caught no shad.

Columbia River in The Dalles Pool — Last week: 47 bank anglers released 40 sturgeon; nine boats with 21 anglers released 72 sturgeon; 118 bank anglers caught six spring chinook and released three; three boats with six anglers caught no spring chinook; eight boats with 18 anglers caught 108 walleye and released 24; three bank anglers caught two bass and released three; six boats with 11 anglers caught 15 bass and released 96.

Cowlitz River — Last week: 101 bank anglers caught 17 spring chinook and one steelhead, and released one spring chinook; 25 boat anglers caught one spring chinook and three steelhead.

Kalama River — Last week: Six bank anglers caught no fish.

Wind River mouth — Last week: 55 boat anglers caught 19 spring chinook.

Wind River gorge — Last week: 11 bank anglers caught 22 spring chinook.

Upper Wind River — Last week: Eight bank anglers caught three spring chinook.

Drano Lake — Last week: Two bank anglers caught no fish; 20 boat anglers caught eight spring chinook and released one.

Klickitat River — Last week: Nine bank anglers caught five spring chinook and one steelhead.

(Checks provided by state Fish and Wildlife are taken randomly and do not reflect all fish caught during that period.)

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