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Mark Yuasa covers fishing and outdoors in the Pacific Northwest.

July 18, 2011 at 2:46 PM

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

Salmon and saltwater

Don Armeni ramp in West Seattle — July 15: 11 boats with 24 anglers caught three chinook and one coho; July 16: 21 boats with 39 anglers caught seven chinook and four coho; July 17: 43 boats with 87 anglers caught eight chinook, 13 coho and four flounder.

Shilshole Bay ramp — July 16: 119 boats with 269 anglers caught 31 chinook, 21 coho and 25 flounder; July 17: 97 boats with 184 anglers caught 20 chinook and 20 coho.

Kingston ramp — July 16: 60 boats with 132 anglers caught 25 chinook and four coho.

Everett ramp — July 16: 214 boats with 497 anglers caught 53 chinook, 22 coho, one pink, 59 flounder and two cabezon; July 17: 189 boats with 404 anglers caught 16 chinook, 57 coho and three pinks.

Glenn Street ramp, Bellingham — 33 boats with 77 anglers caught seven chinook; July 17: 44 boats with 86 anglers caught eight chinook and four kelp greenling.

Cornet Bay ramp, North Whidbey Island — July 15: Two boats with three anglers caught one chinook; July 16: 11 boats with 27 anglers caught eight chinook; July 17: 11 boats with 21 anglers caught one chinook.

Skyline Marina, Anacortes — July 11: Six boats with 19 anglers caught five chinook; July 15: Seven boats with 19 anglers caught six chinook; July 16: Seven boats with 15 anglers caught seven chinook; July 17: Four boats with eight anglers caught one chinook.

Washington Park ramp, Anacortes — July 11: 30 boats with 51 anglers caught 13 chinook, three kelp greenling and one cabezon; July 15: 33 boats with 72 anglers caught 14 chinook; July 16: 34 boats with 93 anglers caught 19 chinook and two kelp greenling; July 17: 33 boats with 87 anglers caught four chinook and 19 kelp greenling.

Swinomish Channel ramp — July 16: Five boats with 13 anglers caught no fish; July 17: Eight boats with 19 anglers caught six chinook.

Olson’s Resort, Sekiu — July 11: 35 boats with 75 anglers caught 38 chinook, 12 coho and 68 pinks; July 13: 48 boats with 108 anglers caught 32 chinook, 21 coho and 100 pinks; July 14: 16 boats with 33 anglers caught 13 chinook, two coho, 20 pinks and one rockfish; July 15: 49 boats with 104 anglers caught 32 chinook, three coho and 39 pinks; July 16: 74 boats with 211 anglers caught 24 chinook, 21 coho, 174 pinks and eight rockfish; July 17: 73 boats with 182 anglers caught 21 chinook, 13 coho, 218 pinks, eight rockfish and seven kelp greenling.

Van Riper’s Resort, Sekiu — July 12: 23 boats with 52 anglers caught 22 chinook, five coho and 45 pinks; July 15: 27 boats with 64 anglers caught 18 chinook, two coho, 32 pinks and one rockfish; July 16: 25 boats with 57 anglers caught 11 chinook, three coho and 63 pinks.

Freshwater Bay ramp — July 14: 14 boats with 24 anglers caught four chinook and 16 pinks.

Ediz Hook ramp, Port Angeles — July 11: 36 boats with 64 anglers caught 24 chinook and two pinks; July 12: 11 boats with 13 anglers caught seven chinook; July 15: 37 boas with 67 anglers caught 45 chinook, one coho and five pinks; July 17: 59 boats with 113 anglers caught 54 chinook and seven pinks.

Port Angeles West ramp — July 16: 26 boats with 59 anglers caught 17 chinook and six pinks.

Port Townsend Boat Haven Marina ramp — July 16: 80 boats with 169 anglers caught 45 chinook; July 17: 70 boats with 120 anglers caught 25 chinook.

Redondo Beach ramp — July 11: 24 boats with 54 anglers caught one chinook, five coho and 60 flounder; July 15: Seven boats with 13 anglers caught 20 flounder; July 16: 14 boats with 25 anglers caught two chinook, one coho and one flounder; July 17: 45 boats with 102 anglers caught two chinook, two coho, 107 flounder and one kelp greenling.

Saltwater State Park ramp — July 11: Four boats with nine anglers caught no fish; July 15: Six boats with 12 anglers caught no fish; July 17: 12 boats with 24 anglers caught three chinook.

Hoodsport shoreline, Hood Canal — July 11: Six bank anglers caught one pink; July 12: Nine bank anglers caught two pinks; July 16: 13 bank anglers caught no fish.

Port Orchard ramp — July 11: Two boats with three anglers caught no fish.

Manchester ramp — July 16: 19 boats with 38 anglers caught one chinook and five flounder.

Narrows Marina — July 13: Four boats with seven anglers caught two chinook; July 14: Two boats with two anglers caught no fish; July 17: 11 boats with 21 anglers caught three chinook.

Point Defiance Park ramp and Boathouse, Tacoma — July 11: 31 boats with 51 anglers caught three chinook and 40 flounder; July 12: 14 boats with 22 anglers caught two chinook and 10 flounder; July 14: 11 boats with 16 anglers caught three chinook; July 16: 76 boats with 150 anglers caught four chinook and 58 flounder; July 17: 45 boats with 108 anglers caught six chinook and 76 flounder.

Evergreen Park ramp — July 11: Two boats with three anglers caught no fish.

Solo Point ramp — July 12: Two boats with six anglers caught no fish; July 15: Five boats with 13 anglers caught one chinook and 14 flounder.

Gig Harbor ramp — July 15: One boat with two anglers caught no fish.

Brownsville ramp — July 15: One boat with one angler caught no fish.

Zittels Marina — July 16: Three boats with seven anglers caught no fish.

Hartstene Island ramp — July 14: Two boats with seven anglers caught no fish.

Rivers and lakes

Columbia River below Bonneville Dam — Adult chinook and sockeye fishery are now closed through July 31. Last week: 2,045 bank anglers caught 52 chinook, 207 steelhead and 12 sockeye, and released 35 chinook, 222 steelhead and two sockeye; 234 boats with 514 anglers caught 22 chinook, 98 steelhead and two sockeye, and released 10 chinook, 39 steelhead and one sockeye; 30 bank anglers caught on sturgeon and released eight; 24 boats with 50 anglers caught two sturgeon and released 85; 13 bank anglers caught 18 shad; one boat with one angler released three walleye.

Lower Columbia River at Knappton/Deep River ramps — Last week: 61 private boats with 175 anglers caught 32 sturgeon and released 85; 39 bank anglers in Chinook/Knappton area released one sturgeon.

Columbia River in The Dalles Pool — Last week: 66 bank anglers caught one sturgeon; nine boats with 27 anglers caught four sturgeon and released 148; 67 bank anglers caught four steelhead and released three chinook and two steelhead; four boats with 10 anglers caught no salmon or steelhead; four bank anglers caught two walleye; 17 boats with 44 anglers caught 70 walleye and released 13; 20 bank anglers caught 11 bass and released 14; four boats with nine anglers caught 21 bass and released 75.

Columbia River in John Day Pool — Last week: 30 boats with 76 anglers caught 329 shad.

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

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