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August 16, 2012 at 9:37 AM

Salmon catches on the rise at Buoy 10 on the Lower Columbia River

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Here are the latest Lower Columbia River mouth at Buoy-10 salmon catches:

July 30 to Aug. 5: 1,268 anglers caught 98 chinook and 35 hatchery coho for catch rate of 0.08 for chinook and 0.03 for hatchery coho.

Aug. 6-12: 5,465 anglers caught 1,914 chinook and 171 hatchery coho for catch rate of 0.35 for chinook and 0.03 for hatchery coho.

x-Aug. 13-19: 1,957 anglers caught 811 chinook and 51 hatchery coho for catch rate of 0.41 for chinook and 0.03 for hatchery coho.

Season totals: 8,689 anglers caught 2,823 chinook and 258 hatchery coho for catch rate of 0.32 for chinook and 0.09 for hatchery coho.

Season sport catch quotas are 13,900 chinook and 8,000 hatchery coho.

(x-In progress, through Monday, Aug. 13, plus Oregon data for Aug. 14.)

(Photo by Mark Yuasa, Seattle Times staff reporter)

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