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Mark Yuasa covers fishing and outdoors in the Pacific Northwest.

October 1, 2012 at 3:29 PM

State Fish and Wildlife Columbia River region fish checks

State Fish and Wildlife fishing checks from the Columbia River region:

Lower Columbia River – 221 bank anglers Sept. 24-30 caught 24 chinook, four coho and four steelhead, and released three chinook, two coho and three steelhead; 135 boats with 276 anglers Sept. 24-30 caught 90 chinook and three coho, and released three chinook, six coho and one steelhead; one boat with one angler Sept. 24-30 caught no sturgeon; four boats with six anglers Sept. 24-30 caught one walleye.

Columbia River in Bonneville Pool – 18 boats with 36 anglers Sept. 24-30 caught 21 chinook, one coho and three steelhead.

Columbia River in The Dalles Pool – Six bank anglers Sept. 24-30 released 12 sturgeon; one boat with two anglers Sept. 24-30 caught two sturgeon; six bank anglers Sept. 24-30 caught no salmon or steelhead; one boat with two anglers caught one chinook; one bank angler Sept. 24-30 caught two bass.

Cowlitz River – 130 bank anglers Sept. 24-30 caught one chinook and four coho, and released six chinook, six coho and one cutthroat trout; 36 boat anglers caught four coho and one cutthroat trout, and released two chinook and six coho.

Kalama River – 12 bank anglers Sept. 24-30 released two chinook.

Lewis River mainstem – Two bank anglers Sept. 24-30 released one chinook; three boat anglers released one chinook and two coho.

Lewis River North Fork – 71 bank anglers Sept. 24-30 caught four chinook and four coho, and released one chinook; 86 boat anglers caught 45 chinook and two steelhead, and released 11 chinook.

Washougal River – 15 bank anglers Sept. 24-30 caught one chinook.

Wind River – One boat angler Sept. 24-30 caught two coho.

Drano Lake – 28 boat anglers Sept. 24-30 caught 13 chinook and released one.

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