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Mark Yuasa covers fishing and outdoors in the Pacific Northwest.

December 17, 2012 at 7:31 PM

State Fish and Wildlife fish checks show some winter steelhead in the mix

State Fish and Wildlife Columbia River regional fish checks:

Cowlitz River — Dec. 10-16: 145 bank anglers caught 29 steelhead, and released six steelhead and one cutthroat trout; 50 boat anglers caught 17 steelhead and released one.

Kalama River — Dec. 10-16: 80 bank anglers caught two steenlhead, and released two coho and three steelhead; nine boat anglers caught no fish.

Lewis River mainstem — Dec. 10-16: 36 bank anglers caught no fish; five boat anglers caught no fish.

Lewis River North Fork — Dec. 10-16: 37 bank anglers caught eight steelhead, and released four steelhead and two coho; 16 boat anglers caught one steelhead, and released one chinook and one cutthroat trout.

Washougal River — Dec. 10-16: 60 bank anglers caught one steelhead and released four; 58 boat anglers caught three steelhead and released five.

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