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September 12, 2011 at 3:49 PM

State Fish and Wildlife saltwater boat ramp fish checks

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Salmon and saltwater

Don Armeni ramp in West Seattle — Sept. 9: 31 boats with 51 anglers caught 25 coho and 33 pinks.

Shilshole Bay ramp — Sept. 9: 51 boats with 91 anglers caught 52 coho and 23 pinks; Sept. 11: 68 boats with 135 anglers caught 66 coho and 22 pinks.

Everett ramp — Sept. 9: 120 boats with 241 anglers caught 96 coho and 145 pinks; Sept. 10: 89 boats with 209 anglers caught 84 coho and 65 pinks; Sept. 11: 182 boats with 425 anglers caught 127 coho, 138 pinks, 24 flounder and two cabezon.

Edmonds Marina — Sept. 11: 16 boats with 44 anglers caught 11 coho and 15 pinks.

Blaine ramp — Sept. 9: Seven boats with 13 anglers caught no fish; Sept. 10: 10 boats with 17 anglers caught no fish; Sept. 11: 10 boats with 16 anglers caught two pinks.

Glenn Street ramp, Bellingham — Sept. 6: Two boats with three anglers caught one coho; Sept. 8: Seven boats with 17 anglers caught one coho and eight pinks; Sept. 9: Eight boats with 14 anglers caught three chinook and nine pinks; Sept. 10: 18 boats with 42 anglers caught five chinook, three coho and 13 pinks; Sept. 11: 40 boats with 88 anglers caught one chinook, one coho and 26 pinks.

Cornet Bay ramp, North Whidbey Island — Sept. 9: 27 boats with 47 anglers caught one coho and 41 pinks; Sept. 10: 34 boats with 81 anglers caught two chinook, four coho and 52 pinks; Sept. 11: 24 boats with 49 anglers caught four coho and 40 pinks.

Washington Park ramp, Anacortes — Sept. 7: Six boats with 13 anglers caught one chinook, one coho and four pinks; Sept. 9: Three boats with five anglers caught three pinks; Sept. 10: Seven boats with 15 anglers caught one chinook and four pinks; Sept. 11: 11 boats with 25 anglers caught one chinook and three pinks.

Skyline Marina, Anacortes — Sept. 9: Six boats with 15 anglers caught two coho and 23 pinks.

Griffin Bay ramp, San Juan Island — Sept. 9: Two boats with five anglers caught three pinks; Sept. 10: Three boats with five anglers caught one coho and 12 pinks; Sept. 11: Five boats with nine anglers caught two coho and 10 pinks.

Olson’s Resort, Sekiu — Sept. 8: 12 boats with 34 anglers caught six coho, 15 pinks and two kelp greenling; Sept. 9: 37 boats with 78 anglers caught 18 coho, six pinks and three kelp greenling; Sept. 10: 58 boats with 168 anglers caught 48 coho, 52 pinks, three rockfish, 35 kelp greenling and one cabezon.

Van Riper’s Resort, Sekiu — Sept. 8: 14 boats with 27 anglers caught six coho and seven pinks; Sept. 9: 37 boats with 78 anglers caught 18 coho, six pinks and three kelp greenling; Sept. 10: 54 boats with 134 anglers caught 32 coho, 49 pinks and five kelp greenling; Sept. 11: 45 boats with 106 anglers caught 24 coho, 18 pinks, one rockfish, 10 kelp greenling and one cabezon.

Freshwater Bay ramp — Sept. 8: Six boats with 11 anglers caught one coho and four pinks; Sept. 11: 11 boats with 21 anglers caught three coho and three pinks.

Ediz Hook ramp, Port Angeles — Sept. 8: 10 boats with 32 anglers caught three coo and five pinks; Sept. 9: Six boats with 10 anglers caught four coho; Sept. 10: 27 boats with 47 anglers caught 13 coho and 11 pinks; Sept. 11: 19 boats with 39 anglers caught five coho and seven pinks.

Port Angeles West ramp — Sept. 9: Six boats with 10 anglers caught five coho and four pinks.

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Point Wilson shoreline near Port Townsend — Sept. 8: Five anglers caught one pink.

Salsbury County Park ramp, Hood Canal — Sept. 10: 12 boats with 33 anglers caught seven coho and one pink.

Quilcene Bay ramp, Hood Canal — Sept. 9: Two boats with two anglers caught no fish.

Saltwater State Park ramp, Hood Canal — Sept. 9: One boat with two anglers caught no fish.

Hoodsport shoreline, Hood Canal — Sept. 9: Two anglers caught no fish.

Misery Point ramp, Hood Canal — Sept. 11: Six boats with 12 anglers caught two coho.

Redondo Beach ramp — Sept. 6: Four boats with six anglers caught one coho and two pinks; Sept. 8: 28 boats with 58 anglers caught one chinook, five coho and 10 pinks; Sept. 9: Six boats with 11 anglers caught no fish; Sept. 9: 17 boats with 33 anglers caught three chinook, two coho and one pink; 10: 49 boats with 93 anglers caught 13 coho, five pinks, 22 flounder an done kelp greenling.

Narrows Marina — Sept. 8: Four boats with eight anglers caught one chinook and 11 pinks; Sept. 10: Four boats with nine anglers caught seven pinks; Sept. 11: 13 boats with 25 anglers caught one chinook and two coho.

Point Defiance Park ramp and Boathouse, Tacoma — Sept. 8: 24 boats with 51 anglers caught one chinook, two coho and five pinks; Sept. 9: Six boats with 12 anglers caught one coho; Sept. 10: 70 boats with 141 anglers caught three chinook, four coho, four pinks and 23 flounder; Sept. 11: 72 boats with 152 anglers caught three chinook, seven coho, nine pinks and 24 flounder.

Dash Point Park Pier — Sept. 11: 42 anglers caught 11 pinks.

Gig Harbor ramp — Sept. 10: Three boats with six anglers caught one coho.

Port Orchard ramp — Sept. 11: Four boats with seven anglers caught no fish.

Solo Point ramp south of Tacoma — Sept. 8: One boat with two anglers caught one pink; Sept. 9: 10 boats with 19 anglers caught 35 pinks; Sept. 10: 22 boats with 43 anglers caught 53 pinks; Sept. 11: Seven boats with 16 anglers caught 15 pinks.

Boston Harbor Marina — Sept. 7: Two boats with five anglers caught six chinook and one coho; Sept. 8: One boat with two anglers caught one chinook; Sept. 9: One boat with three anglers caught two coho; Sept. 10: Two boats with three anglers caught no fish; Sept. 11: Four boats with seven anglers caught no fish.

Zittels Marina — Sept. 8: Five boats with 11 anglers caught three chinook and two pinks.

Luhr Beach ramp — Sept. 8: Four boats with six anglers caught seven pinks; Sept. 9: Five boats with eight anglers caught 11 pinks; Sept. 11: 22 boats with 44 anglers caught two coho and 36 pinks.

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

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