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Mark Yuasa covers fishing and outdoors in the Pacific Northwest.

November 7, 2012 at 9:08 AM

Latest fall fish transportation figures for Cowlitz River

Here are the 2012 upstream transportation totals of fall chinook and coho for the Cowlitz River:

FALL ADULT CHINOOK

For the season: 6,906 fall chinook have returned; 800 hatchery and 1,878 wild have been transported to the Tilton River; 645 hatchery have been transported to Lake Scanewa; 2,252 hatchery have been transported to Cowlitz at Packwood; and 398 hatchery have been transported to Cispus River.

For the week of Nov. 3: 450 fall chinook have returned; 223 hatchery and 123 wild have been transported to the Tilton River; none have been transported to Lake Scanewa; 28 hatchery have been transported to Cowlitz at Packwood; and one hatchery have been transported to Cispus River.

ADULT COHO

For the season: 10,367 coho have returned; 3,364 hatchery and 857 wild have been transported to the Tilton River; 423 hatchery and 1,001 wild have been transported to Lake Scanewa; 193 hatchery and 15 wild have been transported to Cowlitz at Packwood; and 551 hatchery and 224 wild have been transported to Cispus River.

For the week of Nov. 3: 2,168 fall coho have returned; 780 hatchery and 218 wild have been transported to the Tilton River; five hatchery and 39 wild have been transported to Lake Scanewa; 34 hatchery have been transported to Cowlitz at Packwood; and 461 hatchery and 221 wild have been transported to Cispus River.

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