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Mark Yuasa covers fishing and outdoors in the Pacific Northwest.

May 6, 2013 at 5:19 PM

State Fish and Wildlife Columbia River regional fish checks

Lower Columbia River – April 29-May 5: Five bank anglers released one sturgeon; 11 boats with 21 anglers released 68 sturgeon.

Columbia River in Bonneville Pool – April 29-May 5: 93 bank anglers caught 25 chinook.

Columbia River in The Dalles Pool – April 29-May 5: Eight bank anglers released nine sturgeon; one boat with two anglers released 17 sturgeon; 171 bank anglers caught 19 chinook and released six; 12 boats with 22 anglers caught six chinook and released four; one boat with three anglers caught no walleye.

Columbia River in John Day Pool – April 29-May 5: Three bank anglers caught no sturgeon; eight boats with 14 anglers released one sturgeon; 35 bank anglers caught three chinook and released four; 32 boats with 67 anglers caught six chinook and released five; one bank angler caught no walleye; three boats with five anglers caught no walleye; 16 bank anglers caught seven bass and released three; one boat with two anglers caught five bass.

Cowlitz River – April 29-May 5: 107 bank anglers released one chinook; 52 boat anglers caught seven chinook.

Kalama River – April 29-May 5: Six bank anglers caught no fish; 12 boat anglers caught one steelhead and released one.

Lewis River – April 29-May 5: Four bank anglers caught no fish.

Washougal River – April 29-May 5: 35 bank anglers released one steelhead.

Wind River – April 29-May 5: 332 boat anglers caught 77 chinook and released two.

Drano Lake – April 29-May 5: 114 bank anglers caught 15 chinook and released one; 462 boat anglers caught 73 chinook, and released four chinook and one sturgeon.

Klickitat River – April 29-May 5: 28 bank anglers caught six chinook and released one.

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