March 11, 2013 at 5:24 PM
State Fish and Wildlife Southwest Washington fish checks
State Fish and Wildlife Southwest Washington river and lake fish checks:
Columbia River below Bonneville Dam – March 4-10: 212 bank anglers caught three steelhead and released one; 422 boats with 901 anglers caught 30 spring chinook and one steelhead, and released eight spring chinook; 28 bank anglers caught no sturgeon; 11 boats with 27 anglers released 14 sturgeon; one bank angler caught no walleye; three boats with three anglers caught one walleye.
Columbia River in The Dalles Pool – March 4-10: 22 bank anglers released four sturgeon; 14 boats with 35 anglers caught two sturgeon and released 35; seven bank anglers caught one steelhead and released one; 19 boats with 52 anglers caught 20 walleye and released one.
Columbia River in John Day Pool – March 4-10: 20 bank anglers released one sturgeon; 29 boats with 66 anglers caught eight sturgeon and released 34; six bank anglers caught no steelhead; 23 boats with 43 anglers caught six walleye and released 10; seven boats with 12 anglers released 10 bass.
Cowlitz River – March 4-10: 26 bank anglers released one steelhead, and six boat anglers caught no fish.
Kalama River – March 4-10: Four bank and three boat anglers caught no fish. Closed for Chinook.
Washougal River – March 4-10: 29 bank anglers caught two hatchery steelhead and released three wild steelhead; 11 boat anglers caught three steelhead and released two hatchery steelhead and three wild steelhead.
Klineline Pond – March 9: 34 bank anglers caught one rainbow trout.
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