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December 1, 2011 at 11:08 AM

Latest fall fish transportation figures above the Cowlitz River

Here are the 2011 upstream transportation totals of fall chinook and coho for the Cowlitz River:

FALL ADULT CHINOOK

For the season: 16,743 fall chinook have returned; 2,207 hatchery and 4,247 wild have been transported to the Tilton River; 4,650 hatchery have been transported to Lake Scanewa; 1,787 hatchery and one wild have been transported to Cowlitz at Packwood; and 1,214 hatchery and six wild have been transported to Cispus River.

For the week of Nov. 26: 27 fall chinook have returned; one hatchery and three wild have been transported to the Tilton River; four hatchery have been transported to Lake Scanewa; 10 hatchery have been transported to Cowlitz at Packwood; and four hatchery have been transported to Cispus River.

ADULT COHO

For the season: 41,229 coho have returned; 5,715 hatchery and 1,231 wild have been transported to the Tilton River; 5,892 hatchery and 5,195 wild have been transported to Lake Scanewa; 4,702 hatchery and 155 wild have been transported to Cowlitz at Packwood; and 1,236 hatchery and 82 wild have been transported to Cispus River.

For the week of Nov. 26: 2,078 fall chinook have returned; 209 hatchery and 118 wild have been transported to the Tilton River; 363 hatchery and 388 wild have been transported to Lake Scanewa; 229 hatchery have been transported to Cowlitz at Packwood; and 123 have been transported to Cispus River.

ADULT WINTER STEELHEAD

For the season: 151 winter steelhead have returned; two wild have been transported to the Tilton River; 10 wild have been transported to Lake Scanewa; none have been transported to Cowlitz at Packwood; and none have been transported to Cispus River.

For the week of Nov. 26: 67 winter steelhead have returned; two wild have been transported to the Tilton River; three wild have been transported to Lake Scanewa; none have been transported to Cowlitz at Packwood; and none have been transported to Cispus River.

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