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December 21, 2011 at 6:57 PM

Latest fall fish transportation figures above the Cowlitz River

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

FALL ADULT CHINOOK

For the season: 16,825 fall chinook have returned; 2,232 hatchery and 4,275 wild have been transported to the Tilton River; 4,658 hatchery have been transported to Lake Scanewa; 1,794 hatchery and one wild have been transported to Cowlitz at Packwood; and 1,223 hatchery and six wild have been transported to Cispus River.

For the week of Dec. 10: Six fall chinook have returned; one hatchery and two wild have been transported to the Tilton River; one hatchery have been transported to Lake Scanewa; none have been transported to Cowlitz at Packwood; and two hatchery have been transported to Cispus River.

ADULT COHO

For the season: 45,475 coho have returned; 6,091 hatchery and 1,621 wild have been transported to the Tilton River; 6,471 hatchery and 6,352 wild have been transported to Lake Scanewa; 4,946 hatchery and 155 wild have been transported to Cowlitz at Packwood; and 1,741 hatchery and 101 wild have been transported to Cispus River.

For the week of Dec. 10: 994 coho have returned; 189 hatchery and 109 wild have been transported to the Tilton River; 192 hatchery and 279 wild have been transported to Lake Scanewa; none have been transported to Cowlitz at Packwood; and 122 hatchery have been transported to Cispus River.

ADULT WINTER STEELHEAD

For the season: 744 winter steelhead have returned; three wild have been transported to the Tilton River; 16 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 Dec. 10: 336 winter steelhead have returned; one wild have been transported to the Tilton River; one 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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