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Mark Yuasa covers fishing and outdoors in the Pacific Northwest.

October 22, 2012 at 5:03 PM

Lower Columbia and tributary fish catch reports

Here are the latest state Fish and Wildlife sampling from this past week in the Columbia River region:

Lower Columbia River – Oct. 15-21: 138 bank anglers caught two chinook and five coho, and released two steelhead; 49 boats with 90 anglers caught two chinook and three coho, and released one coho; three boats with 10 anglers caught three sturgeon and released nine; three boats with five anglers caught no walleye.

Columbia River in The Dalles Pool – Oct. 15-21: Six bank anglers caught two sturgeon and released 108; four bank anglers, and three boats with six anglers caught no salmon or steelhead; one boat with two anglers caught no walleye.

Columbia River in Bonneville Pool – Oct. 15-21: 58 boat anglers caught 35 coho and two chinook, and released one chinook.

Cowlitz River – Oct. 15-21: 98 bank anglers caught four chinook, 12 coho, one steelhead and 25 cutthroat trout, and released 10 chinook, five coho and one sturgeon; 22 boat anglers caught two chinook and seven coho, and released two chinook and eight coho.

Kalama River – Oct. 15-21: 40 bank anglers caught two coho and two steelhead, and released four chinook.

Lewis River mainstem – Oct. 15-21: Six bank anglers caught no fish; seven boat anglers caught one steelhead and released two coho.

Lewis River North Fork – Oct. 15-21: 95 bank anglers caught four chinook, six coho and four steelhead, and released one chinook, two coho and two steelhead; 69 boat anglers caught 47 chinook, and released five chinook and one coho.

Klickitat River – Oct. 15-21: 28 bank anglers caught 18 chinook and 19 coho; two boat anglers caught two chinook.

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