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Reel Time Fishing Northwest

Mark Yuasa covers fishing and outdoors in the Pacific Northwest.

July 14, 2011 at 1:50 PM

Columbia River sport, commercial and tribal catch facts

OREGON AND WASHINGTON DEPARTMENTS OF FISH AND WILDLIFE 2011 SUMMER FACTSHEET

(All inseason data is preliminary)

TREATY INDIAN MAINSTEM HARVEST

June 16-18: 2.5 fishing days, 322 nets, 4,230 chinook, 139 steelhead, 602 sockeye, 44 sturgeon and 28 walleye.

June 20-23: 3.5 fishing days, 350 nets, 3,390 chinook, 169 steelhead, 1,324 sockeye, 63 sturgeon and 27 walleye.

June 27-30: 3.5 fishing days, 364 nets, 3,335 chinook, 245 steelhead, 4,515 sockeye, 229 sturgeon and 15 walleye.

July 5-7: 3.5 fishing days, 358 nets, 3,024 chinook, 279 steelhead, 4,194 sockeye, 57 sturgeon and 20 walleye.

Subtotals: 13,979 chinook, 832 steelhead, 10,635 sockeye, 393 sturgeon and 90 walleye.

Projected catch for July 11-5: 4.5 fishing days, 295 nets, 3,000 chinook, 400 steelhead, and 500 sockeye.

Total: 16,979 chinook, 1,232 steelhead, and 11,135 sockeye.

Total allowed harvest: 22,974 chinook and 12,705 sockeye.

Remaining catch: 5,995 chinook and 1,570 sockeye.

Predicted catch for July 18-21: 2,500 chinook and 500 sockeye.

Remaining catch: 3,495 chinook and 1,070 sockeye.

(Platform and hook and line harvest is included in the weekly gillnet catch estimates.)

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NON-INDIAN COMMERCIAL HARVEST

June 16: Delivery is 124 with a catch of 2,519, 19 sockeye and 255 sturgeon.

June 22: Delivery is 111 with a catch of 2,557, 33 sockeye and 215 sturgeon.

RECREATIONAL SALMON FISHERY BELOW BONNEVILLE DAM

June 16-19: 9,492 trips with 855 chinook and 319 sockeye kept, and 446 chinook and 116 sockeye released, also includes 134 sockeye kept and 36 sockeye released prior to June 16.

June 20-26: 15,076 trips with 1,759 chinook and 366 sockeye kept, and 766 chinook and 81 sockeye released.

June 27-30: 7,278 trips with 863 chinook and 225 sockeye kept, and 489 chinook and 36 sockeye released.

July 1-4: 9,210 trips with 574 chinook and 379 sockeye kept, and 253 chinook and 95 sockeye released.

July 5-10: 10,685 trips with 749 chinook and 199 sockeye kept, and 447 chinook and 40 sockeye released.

Totals: 51,841 trips with 4,800 chinook and 1,488 sockeye kept, and 2,401 chinook and 368 sockeye released.

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RECREATIONAL SALMON FISHERY BONNEVILLE TO PRIESTS RAPIDS DAM

June 16-19: 498 trips with six chinook and seven sockeye kept.

June 20-26: 385 trips with 43 chinook and 28 sockeye kept, and 54 chinook and 59 sockeye released.

June 27-July 3: 567 trips with 42 chinook and 24 sockeye kept, and 30 chinook and 20 sockeye released.

July 4-10: 318 trips with 21 chinook and 60 sockeye kept, and 12 chinook released.

Totals: 1,832 trips with 116 chinook and 217 sockeye kept, and 96 chinook and 80 sockeye released.

RECREATIONAL WHITE STURGEON FISHERY BELOW WAUNA

January 1-May 31: 2,207 trips with 200 kept and 11 released.

June 1-12: 3,279 trips with 476 kept and 40 released.

June 13-19: 3,499 trips with 554 kept and 79 released.

June 20-26: 3,414 trips with 679 kept and 97 released.

June 27-30: 523 trips with 79 kept and 20 released.

July 1-3: 1,304 trips with 280 kept and 93 released.

July 4-10: 2,899 trips with 703 kept and 100 released.

Totals: 17,125 trips with 2,971 kept.

Projection from July 11-31: 9,750 trips with 2,310 kept and 110 released.

Projected total: 26,875 trips with 5,281 kept.

RECREATIONAL WHITE STURGEON FISHERY ABOVE BONNEVILLE DAM

(The 2011 retention season for the fishery above Wauna is open three days a week (Thursday-Saturday) during January 1-July 31 and October 8-December 31 (38-54 inch fork length). Through June, 12,428 anglers have kept 467 fish.)

January 1-Feb. 19 in Bonneville Pool: 1,627 kept; June 30-July 2: 413 kept. Closed July 9.

January 1-June 19 in The Dalles Pool: 141 kept; June 20-26, none kept; and June 27-July 3: 28 kept.

January 1-April 10 in John Day Pool: 532 kept.

(Photos taken by Mark Yuasa and Seattle Times staff photographer)

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