Here is the updated sport salmon and steelhead estimated catch figures from Lower Columbia River by state Fish and Wildlife through Sunday, Oct. 7:
Last week on the Lower Columbia mainstem below Bonneville Dam, anglers made 2,487 trips and caught 256 adult fall chinook, 57 adult coho (50 kept and 7 released), and 60 steelhead (51 kept and 9 released).
Through Oct. 7 there have been an estimated 127,952 angler trips with 23,142 adult chinook and 914 coho kept. The total preseason catch expectation for the Lower Columbia mainstem fishery was 25,100 chinook and 1,500 hatchery coho.
Bonneville: 73 boats with 259 anglers caught 127 adult chinook, and seven coho.
Camas/Washougal: 234 boats with 438 anglers caught 32 adult chinook and 11 coho, and released two steelhead and four coho.
Vancouver and Woodland: 277 boats with 411 anglers caught 20 adult chinook and 12 coho.
Kalama: 25 boats with 50 anglers caught no fish.
Cowlitz: 164 boats with 319 anglers caught 32 adult chinook, 16 coho and three steelhead, and released three coho and three steelhead.
Longview and Cathlamet to Rocky Point/Tongue Point: 71 boats with 167 anglers caught no fish.