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Mark Yuasa covers fishing and outdoors in the Pacific Northwest.

September 4, 2012 at 4:27 PM

State Fish and Wildlife saltwater and freshwater creel checks

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Salmon and saltwater

Don Armeni ramp, West Seattle – Sept. 1: 50 boats with 105 anglers caught four chinook and 73 coho; Sept. 2: 26 boats with 58 anglers caught one chinook and 41 coho.

Shilshole Bay ramp — Aug. 27: 35 boats with 61 anglers caught 59 coho; Aug. 28: 42 boats with 70 anglers caught 81 coho; Aug. 29: 35 boats with 56 anglers caught 74 coho; Aug. 30: 42 boats with 74 anglers caught 95 coh; Aug. 31: 51 boats with 102 anglers caught 108 coho; Sept. 1: 74 boats with 161 anglers caught 167 coho; Sept. 2: 70 boats with 155 anglers caught 169 coho.

Everett ramp – Sept. 1: 85 boats with 201 anglers caught 135 coho; Sept. 2: 86 boats with 180 anglers caught 155 coho.

Marysville ramp – Sept. 1: 10 boats with 20 anglers caught four coho.

Edmonds Marina — Aug. 31: 19 boats with 40 anglers caught 33 coho.

Manchester ramp — Aug. 31: Four boats with six anglers caught two coho.

Port Orchard ramp — Aug. 29: One boat with one angler caught one chinook; Aug. 31: Three boats with six anglers caught two chinook; Sept. 2: Six boats with 17 anglers caught one chinook and 15 flounder.

Redondo Beach ramp — Aug. 27: 15 boats with 33 anglers caught two chinook, one coho and 23 flounder; Aug. 29: Seven boats with 15 anglers caught one coho.

Glenn Street ramp, Bellingham — Aug. 27: Two boats with five anglers caught no fish; Aug. 28: Four boats with seven anglers caught one coho; Aug. 30: Six boats with 14 anglers caught three chinook; Aug. 31: 14 boats with 28 anglers caught four chinook and one coho; Sept. 1: 15 boats with 32 anglers caught four chinook and two coho; Sept. 2: 13 boats with 36 anglers caught eight chinook and two coho.

Blaine ramp — Aug. 27: Two boats with five anglers caught no fish; Aug. 31: One boat with one angler caught no fish; Sept. 1: Eight boats with 26 anglers caught no fish.

Cornet Bay ramp, North Whidbey Island — Aug. 27: 10 boats with 20 anglers caught two coho; Aug. 31: 22 boats with 40 anglers caught one chinook and 17 coho; Sept. 1: 23 boats with 56 anglers caught 13 coho; Sept. 2: 21 boats with 42 anglers caught 20 coho.

Deception Pass State Park shoreline — Aug. 27: Eight anglers caught no fish; Sept. 1: 20 anglers caught one coho; Sept. 2: 21 anglers caught no fish.

Swinomish Channel ramp — Aug. 27: One boat with two anglers caught no fish; Aug. 31: Four boats with 10 anglers caught no fish; Sept. 1: Four boats with six anglers caught no fish; Sept. 2: Five boats with 11 anglers caught one chinook.

Washington Park ramp, Anacortes — Aug. 27: 12 boats with 23 anglers caught one chinook; Aug. 31: Nine boats with 20 anglers caught one chinook, one coho and six kelp greenling; Sept. 1: 17 boats with 41 anglers caught two chinook, three coho and 31 kelp greenling; Sept. 2: Seven boats with 16 anglers caught three chinook.

Wildcat Cove ramp, Larrabee State Park — Aug. 27: One boat with one angler caught no fish; Sept. 2: Three boats with nine anglers caught one chinook.

Griffin Bay ramp, San Juan Island – Sept. 1: Three boats with five anglers caught no fish; Sept. 2: Two boats with five anglers caught no fish.

Curley’s Straitside Resort, Sekiu — Aug. 29: Eight boats with 20 anglers caught 26 coho; Aug. 31: 11 boats with 25 anglers caught 20 coho and one kelp greenling; Sept. 1: 26 boats with 73 anglers caught 70 coho; Sept. 2: 27 boats with 82 anglers caught 90 coho.

Van Riper’s Resort, Sekiu — Aug. 29: 21 boats with 50 anglers caught 71 coho; Aug. 30: 14 boats with 27 anglers caught 44 coho; Aug. 31: 33 boats with 66 anglers caught 99 coho; Sept. 2: 55 boats with 149 anglers caught 163 coho.

Olson’s Resort, Sekiu — Aug. 29: 48 boats with 120 anglers caught 155 coho, nine rockfish and two kelp greenling; Aug. 30: 36 boats with 57 anglers caught 71 coho and one kelp greenling; Aug. 31: 63 boats with 141 anglers caught 152 coho and five rockfish; Sept. 1: 73 boats with 182 anglers caught 151 coho and 14 rockfish; Sept. 2: 49 boats with 138 anglers caught 153 coho, one rockfish and one cabezon.

Freshwater Bay ramp – Sept. 2: Five boats with nine anglers caught nine coho.

Ediz Hook ramp, Port Angeles — Aug. 27: 13 boats with 30 anglers caught 24 coho; Aug. 28: Six boats with 11 anglers caught seven coho; Aug. 29: Seven boat with 16 anglers caught five coho; Aug. 31: 11 boats with 20 anglers caught 25 coho; Sept. 1: 31 boats with 61 anglers caught 47 coho; Sept. 2: 19 boats with 42 anglers caught 41 coho.

Port Angeles West ramp — Aug. 30: 19 boats with 38 anglers caught 36 coho; Sept. 1: 17 boats with 35 anglers caught 26 coho.

Marrowstone Island shoreline — Aug. 27: 11 anglers caught seven coho; Aug. 28: 10 anglers caught seven coho.

Salsbury County Park ramp, Hood Canal — Aug. 31: Four boats with 18 anglers caught 10 coho; Sept. 1: 15 boats with 48 anglers caught five coho.

Pleasant Harbor ramp, Hood Canal – Sept. 1: One boat with three anglers caught no fish.

Union ramp, Hood Canal — Aug. 31: Two boats with four anglers caught no fish.

Hoodsport shoreline, Hood Cana – Aug. 29: Seven anglers caught four chinook.; Aug. 31: Seven anglers caught no fish.

Misery Point ramp, Hood Canal – Sept. 1: 19 boats with 34 anglers caught no fish; Sept. 2: eight boats with 17 anglers caught one coho.

Saltwater State Park ramp, Hood Canal — Aug. 27: 10 boats with 16 anglers caught seven chinook; Aug. 30: Eight boats with 14 anglers caught one chinook; Sept. 1: Nine boats with 17 anglers caught no fish; Sept. 2: 11 boats with 24 anglers caught no fish.

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Brownsville Marina — Aug. 27: Five boats with 13 anglers caught no fish.

Steilacoom ramp — Aug. 27: Two boats with six anglers caught no fish.

Gig Harbor ramp — Aug. 27: 11 boats with 19 anglers caught seven chinook and one coho; Aug. 30: Seven boats with 12 anglers caught one chinook and one coho; Sept. 1: 23 boats with 46 anglers caught eight chinook, 10 coho and four flounder; Sept. 2: 11 boats with 21 anglers caught four chinook and six coho.

Point Defiance Park ramp and Boathouse, Tacoma — Aug. 27: 39 boats with 82 anglers caught nine chinook and65 flounder; Aug. 30: 82 boats with 127 anglers caught 14 chinook, 17 coho, one kelp greenling and 52 flounder; Aug. 31: 25 boats with 28 anglers caught six chinook and nine coho; Sept. 1: 87 boats with 196 anglers caught 11 chinook, 29 coho and 100 flounder; Sept. 2: 124 boats with 270 anglers caught 19 chinook, 37 coho and 46 flounder.

Narrows Marina — Aug. 27: Six boats with 11 anglers caught one chinook; Aug. 30: Four boats with eight anglers caught one coho; Sept. 1: 16 boats with 29 anglers caught three chinook and one coho.

Zittel’s Marina — Aug. 27: Four boats with eight anglers caught no fish; Sept. 1: 10 boats with 19 anglers caught no fish.

Dash Point Park pier – Aug. 28: 21 anglers caught one coho.

Solo Point ramp south of Tacoma — Aug. 31: 16 boats with 31 anglers caught one chinook and nine flounder; Sept. 2: Nine boats with 16 anglers caught 16 flounder.

Olalla ramp — Sept. 2: Two boats with five anglers caught four coho and one chum.

Boston Harbor Marina — Aug. 29: Three boats with six anglers caught two chinook; Aug. 31: 10 boats with 19 anglers caught two chinook; Sept. 2: One boat with one angler caught one chinook.

Luhr Beach ramp — Aug. 30: Five boats with nine anglers caught no fish; Aug. 31: Seven boats with 15 anglers caught three chinook and 12 flounder; Sept. 1: Six boats with 13 anglers caught three chinook; Sept. 2: 13 boats with 26 anglers caught no fish.

Hartstene Island ramp – Aug. 30: Two boats with three anglers caught no fish.

Fox Island ramp – Sept. 1: One boat with three anglers caught one one coho.

Evergreen Park ramp — Sept. 2: Three boats with seven anglers caught four flounder.

Rivers and lakes

Lower Columbia River – Sept. 1-3: 222 bank anglers caught 50 chinook and two steelhead, and released one chinook and one coho; 342 boats with 877 anglers caught 250 chinook, two coho and eight steelhead, and released two chinook, three coho and two steelhead; one boat with one angler caught no walleye.

Cowlitz River – Last week: 41 bank anglers caught five chinook and released one cutthroat trout; 32 boat anglers caught three chinook, four cutthroat trout and 10 steelhead, and released one chinook.

Kalama River – Last week: Seven bank anglers caught no fish.

Washougal River – Last week: Seven bank anglers caught no fish.

Drano Lake – Last week: 11 boat anglers caught five chinook and released one steelhead.

Klickitat River – Last week: Eight bank anglers caught three chinook.

Columbia River in The Dalles Pool – Aug. 27-Sept. 2: 10 bank anglers caught one sturgeon and released 10; one boat with two anglers released 24 sturgeon; 23 boats with 56 anglers caught two chinook, one coho and one steelhead, and released two steelhead; one boat with one angler caught one bass; five bank anglers caught five bass and released one.

Columbia River in Bonneville Pool – Aug. 27-Sept. 2: One boat with two anglers caught one chinook.

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

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