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Reel Time Fishing Northwest

Mark Yuasa covers fishing and outdoors in the Pacific Northwest.

August 24, 2011 at 4:52 PM

Ocean salmon fishing catch figures

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Ocean salmon fishing by the numbers:

Ilwaco: 6,340 anglers Aug. 15-21 (7,158 on Aug. 8-14) caught 1,779 (1,950 on Aug. 8-14) chinook and 4,154 (7,358 on Aug. 8-14) hatchery-marked coho for 0.94 fish per rod average (0.28 for chinook and 0.66 for hatchery-marked coho). Sport catch quotas are 33,600 hatchery-marked coho (21,045 caught so far this season for 62.6 percent of the total quota) and 7,400 chinook (5,551 caught so far this season for 72.0 percent of total quota).

Westport: 2,994 anglers Aug. 15-21 (5,121 on Aug. 8-14) caught 1,403 (5,296) chinook and 1,459 (2,880) hatchery-marked coho, plus 245 pinks for 1.04 fish per rod average (0.47 for chinook and 0.49 for hatchery-marked coho). Sport catch quotas are 24,680 hatchery-marked coho (10,271 caught so far this season for 41.3 percent of total quota) and 16,900 chinook (15,799 caught so far this season for 89.8 percent of total quota).

La Push: 570 anglers Aug. 15-21 (524 on Aug. 8-14) caught 247 (233) chinook and 409 (236) hatchery-marked coho, plus 196 pinks for 1.49 fish per rod average (0.43 for chinook and 0.72 for hatchery-marked coho). Sport catch quotas are 1,700 hatchery-marked coho (1,406 caught so far this season for 82.7 percent of total quota) and 1,350 chinook (1,315 caught so far this season for 93.3 percent of total quota).

Neah Bay: 977 anglers Aug. 15-21 (1,236 Aug. 8-14) caught 378 (490) chinook and 282 (295) hatchery-marked coho, plus 952 pinks for 1.65 fish per rod average (0.39 for chinook and 0.29 for hatchery-marked coho). Sport catch quotas are 6,990 hatchery-marked coho (2,794 caught so far this season for 40.0 of total quota) and 3,200 chinook (2,624 caught so far this season for 78.8 of total quota).

Coastwide: 10,881 anglers Aug. 15-21 (14,038 Aug. 8-14) caught 3,808 (7,968) chinook and 6,304 (10,769) hatchery-marked coho, plus 1,393 pinks for 1.06 fish per rod average (0.35 for chinook and 0.58 for hatchery-marked coho). Sport catch quotas are 67,200 hatchery-marked coho (35,516 caught so far this season for 52.9 percent of total quota) and 28,900 chinook (25,289 caught so far this season for 84.0 percent of total quota).

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