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Mark Yuasa covers fishing and outdoors in the Pacific Northwest.

June 20, 2011 at 2:04 PM

State Fish and Wildlife saltwater boat ramp fish checks

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Salmon and saltwater

Don Armeni ramp in West Seattle — June 15: Two boats with eight anglers caught two lingcod and 58 flounder; June 17: Two boats with two anglers caught no fish; June 18: One boat with three anglers caught no fish.

Shilshole Bay ramp — June 19: Two boats with three anglers caught no fish.

Mukilteo ramp — June 15: One boat with three anglers caught one lingcod.

Everett ramp — June 15: Three boats with six anglers caught two lingcod, one kelp greenling and one cabezon; June 18: Six boats with 12 anglers caught one chinook; June 19: Seven boats with 13 anglers caught one chinook.

Olson’s Resort, Sekiu — June 15: Four boats with six anglers caught 13 rockfish and one lingcod; June 17: 50 boats with 106 anglers caught 27 rockfish, 27 halibut, one lingcod, two kelp greenling and one Pacific cod; June 18: 49 boats with 120 anglers caught three rockfish, 29 halibut, one skate and one kelp greenling; June 19: One boat with two anglers caught four rockfish, two lingcod and two kelp greenling.

Van Riper’s Resort, Sekiu — June 15: Four boats with 12 anglers caught four rockfish, one lingcod and one cabezon; June 16: 15 boats with 42 anglers caught eight rockfish, six halibut, two lingcod and one cabezon.

Redondo Beach ramp — June 15: Three boats with seven anglers caught 38 flounder; June 19: Six boats with 12 anglers caught 45 flounder.

Narrows Marina — June 14: Three boats with six anglers caught no fish; June 17: Five boats with nine anglers caught no fish; June 19: Five boats with 10 anglers caught one chinook.

Point Defiance Park ramp and Boathouse, Tacoma — June 13: 10 boats with 14 anglers caught two chinook; June 14: 33 boats with 52 anglers caught five chinook, six lingcod and six kelp greenling; June 16: Eight boats with 13 anglers caught two chinook; June 17: 21 boats with 38 anglers caught two chinook and 58 flounder; June 18: Eight boats with 10 anglers caught no fish; June 19: 40 boats with 79 anglers caught one chinook.

Gig Harbor ramp — June 13: Three boats with five anglers caught no fish.

Zittels Marina — June 18: Three boats with seven anglers caught no fish.

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

(Photo by Gordon Yamaguchi of Olympia who caught this 37 pound hatchery king on the opening day of the ocean at Westport on Saturday, June 26. The entire coast is open for hatchery-marked chinook fishing through June 25, and then opens June 26 for all chinook and hatchery-marked coho.)

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