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Mark Yuasa covers fishing and outdoors in the Pacific Northwest.

June 4, 2013 at 2:39 PM

State Fish and Wildlife Columbia River regional fish checks

Lower Columbia River – May 27-31: 301 bank anglers caught 17 chinook and seven steelhead, and released 16 chinook; 63 boats with 126 anglers caught nine chinook and 17 steelhead, and released four chinook and four steelhead; two bank anglers caught no sturgeon; 12 boats with 24 anglers caught 11 sturgeon and released 31; 353 bank anglers caught 3,408 shad and released 13; 15 boats with 28 anglers caught 46 shad and released 30.

Columbia River in The Dalles Pool – May 27-31: Seven bank anglers released three sturgeon; one boat with two anglers released 12 sturgeon; four boats with 15 anglers caught 12 walleye; four bank anglers released 14 bass; two boats with five anglers caught 16 bass and released 25.

Columbia River in John Day Pool – May 27-31: 21 bank anglers released two sturgeon; 23 boats with 64 anglers caught nine sturgeon and released 60; 23 boats with 41 anglers caught 23 walleye and released four; 11 bank anglers caught four bass and reelased two; 21 boats with 40 anglers caught 65 bass and released 130.

Cowlitz River – May 27-31: 30 bank anglers caught one chinook; nine boat anglers caught one chinook.

Kalama River – May 27-31: Two bank anglers caught no fish.

Lewis River – May 27-31: One bank angler caught no fish.

Washougal River – May 27-31: 26 bank anglers caught one steelhead; 26 boat anglers caught six steelhead.

Wind River mouth – May 27-31: Four boat anglers caught no fish.

Wind River near Coffer Dam – May 27-31: Four bank anglers caught two chinook.

Klickitat River – May 27-31: 30 bank anglers caught 13 chinook and released two; nine boat anglers caught one chinook.

 

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