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July 11, 2011 at 1:56 PM

State Fish and Wildlife saltwater boat ramp fish checks

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Salmon and saltwater

Don Armeni ramp in West Seattle — July 9: 10 boats with 21 anglers caught three coho; July 10: Seven boats with 14 anglers caught four coho.

Shilshole Bay ramp — July 7: Four boats with six anglers caught three coho; July 8: Seven boats with 15 anglers caught eight coho and 21 flounder; July 9: 29 boats with 67 anglers caught 24 coho and seven flounder; July 10: 24 boats with 44 anglers caught 26 coho.

Everett ramp — July 8: 14 boats with 25 anglers caught one chinook and 19 flounder; July 9: 36 boats with 80 anglers caught one coho and 63 flounder; July 10: 11 boats with 23 anglers caught one chinook and nine flounder.

Washington Park ramp, Anacortes — July 5: 13 boats with 26 anglers caught 12 chinook; July 6: 25 boats with 48 anglers caught 11 chinook and five kelp greenling; July 7: 16 boats with 36 anglers caught six chinook; July 8: 23 boats with 60 anglers caught 20 chinook; July 9: 58 boats with 142 anglers caught 37 chinook; July 10: 60 boats with 138 anglers caught 44 chinook and two kelp greenling.

Glenn Street ramp, Bellingham — July 8: 12 boats with 28 anglers caught nine chinook; July 9: 28 boats with 71 anglers caught 29 chinook; July 10: 42 boats with 104 anglers caught 43 chinook.

Cornet Bay ramp, North Whidbey Island — July 8: Eight boats with 23 anglers caught 10 chinook and two kelp greenling; July 9: Two boats with four anglers caught one chinook; July 10: 23 boats with 58 anglers caught 14 chinook and 10 flounder.

Olson’s Resort, Sekiu — July 5: 34 boats with 76 anglers caught nine chinook, eight coho and two pinks; July 6: 28 boats with 67 anglers caught eight chinook, 12 coho and 15 pinks; July 7: 34 boats with 75 anglers caught 15 chinook, 16 coho, 30 pinks and two rockfish; 69 boats with 166 anglers caught 14 chinook, 32 coho, 145 pinks, one rockfish and 11 kelp greenling; July 9: 94 boats with 245 anglers caught 36 chinook, 46 coho, 191 pinks, 11 rockfish and 19 kelp greenling; 43 boats with 92 anglers caught 31 chinook, 32 coho, 88 pinks and 60 kelp greenling.

Van Riper’s Resort, Sekiu — July 6: 22 boats with 49 anglers caught 12 chinook, 15 coho and 14 pinks; July 8: 29 boats with 69 anglers caught nine chinook, 18 coho and 84 pinks.

Curley’s Straitside Resort, Sekiu — July 5: 10 boats with 24 anglers caught five chinook and three coho.

Freshwater Bay ramp — July 7: Eight boats with 11 anglers caught four chinook; July 8: 17 boats with 28 anglers caught seven chinook, one coho and one pink.

Ediz Hook ramp, Port Angeles — July 7: Nine boats with 12 anglers caught seven chinook; July 8: 20 boats with 39 anglers caught 20 chinook and four pinks; July 9: 62 boats with 118 anglers caught 56 chinook, one coho and five pinks; July 10: 29 boats with 59 anglers caught 19 chinook.

Port Angeles West ramp — July 7: One boat with two anglers caught one chinook; July 9: 21 boats with 48 anglers caught 10 chinook, one coho and four pinks; July 10: 18 boats with 41 anglers caught 19 chinook and three pinks.

Saltwater State Park ramp — July 5: One boat with one angler caught no fish; July 9: Three boats with seven anglers caught no fish; July 10: Eight boats with 15 anglers caught no fish.

Port Orchard ramp — July 6: One boat with one angler caught no fish; July 10: Two boats with four anglers caught no fish.

Redondo Beach ramp — July 6: Eight boats with 14 anglers caught one coho; July 7: 10 boats with 23 anglers caught 12 flounder; July 9: 57 boats with 124 anglers caught three chinook, two coho and 196 flounder.

Narrows Marina — July 6: Three boats with five anglers caught no fish; July 9: 14 boats with 27 anglers caught six chinook.

Point Defiance Park ramp and Boathouse, Tacoma — July 5: 46 boats with 74 anglers caught six chinook and 16 flounder; July 6: Four boats with seven anglers caught no fish; July 7: 17 boats with 20 anglers caught two chinook; July 8: 22 boats with 33 anglers caught one chinook and eight flounder; July 9: 65 boats with 137 anglers caught 12 chinook and 38 flounder; July 10: 95 boats with 180 anglers caught three chinook and 54 flounder.

Gig Harbor ramp — July 6: Eight boats with 14 anglers caught no fish.

Solo Point ramp — July 8: Six boats with 12 anglers caught no fish; July 10: One boat with one angler caught no fish; July 10: Nine boats with 20 anglers caught no fish.

Steilacoom ramp — July 7: Two boats with three anglers caught no fish.

Zittels Marina — July 7: One boat with two anglers caught no fish; July 8: One boat with two anglers caught no fish.

Luhr Beach ramp — July 6: Four boats with five anglers caught no fish; July 10: Eight boats with 15 anglers caught no fish.

Fox Island ramp — July 8: One boat with one angler caught no fish.

Hartstene Island ramp — July 7: Five boats with five 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 courtesy of Andy Holman. In the picture is Jay Field of Dash One Charters in Anacortes.)

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