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Reel Time Fishing Northwest

Mark Yuasa covers fishing and outdoors in the Pacific Northwest.

February 9, 2012 at 10:21 AM

Latest fish transportation figures above the Cowlitz River

Here are the 2011-12 upstream transportation totals of fall chinook, coho and steelhead for the Cowlitz River:

FALL ADULT CHINOOK

For the season: 16,816 fall chinook have returned; 2,233 hatchery and 4,273 wild have been transported to the Tilton River; 4,684 hatchery have been transported to Lake Scanewa; 1,770 hatchery and one wild have been transported to Cowlitz at Packwood; and 1,215 hatchery and six wild have been transported to Cispus River.

ADULT COHO

For the season: 48,318 coho have returned; 6,191 hatchery and 2,025 wild have been transported to the Tilton River; 6,845 hatchery and 7,079 wild have been transported to Lake Scanewa; 4,927 hatchery and 155 wild have been transported to Cowlitz at Packwood; and 1,944 hatchery and 489 wild have been transported to Cispus River.

For the week of Feb. 6: Three coho have returned; none have been transported to the Tilton River; one hatchery coho was transported to Lake Scanewa; none have been transported to Cowlitz at Packwood; and none have been transported to Cispus River.

ADULT WINTER STEELHEAD

For the season: 2,327 winter steelhead have returned; 55 wild have been transported to the Tilton River; 79 wild have been transported to Lake Scanewa; none have been transported to Cowlitz at Packwood; and 12 wild have been transported to Cispus River.

For the week of Feb. 6: 121 winter steelhead have returned; five wild have been transported to the Tilton River; 79 wild have been transported to Lake Scanewa; none have been transported to Cowlitz at Packwood; and 12 wild have been transported to Cispus River.

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