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July 18, 2013 at 1:58 PM

Latest ocean sport salmon catch figures

1002237_10151408765356688_1344369350_nCOASTAL SALMON CATCH FIGURES

ILWACO

June 22-23: 968 anglers caught 715 Chinook for 0.74 fish per rod, and 809 hatchery coho for 0.84 fish per rod and 1.57 total per rod average; June 24-30: 2,364 anglers caught 683 Chinook for 0.29 fish per rod, and 2,607 hatchery coho for 1.10 fish per rod and 1.39 total per rod average; July 1-7: 1,626 anglers caught 662 Chinook for 0.41 fish per rod, and 1,013 hatchery coho for 0.62 fish per rod and 1.03 total per rod average; and July 8-14: 1,237 anglers caught 235 Chinook (23.2 percent of Chinook quota of 9,900) for 0.19 fish per rod, and 824 hatchery coho (14.1 percent of the hatchery coho quota of 37,380) for 0.67 fish per rod and 0.86 total per rod average.

WESTPORT

June 23: 694 anglers caught 215 Chinook for 0.31 fish per rod, and 173 hatchery coho for 0.25 fish per rod and 0.56 total per rod average; June 24-30: 899 anglers caught 274 Chinook for 0.30 fish per rod, and 202 hatchery coho for 0.22 fish per rod and 0.53 total per rod average; July 1-7: 1,102 anglers caught 464 Chinook for 0.42 fish per rod, and 209 hatchery coho for 0.19 fish per rod and 0.61 total per rod average (catch per rod includes a catch of two pink salmon); and July 8-14: 1,461 anglers caught 586 Chinook (6.5 percent of Chinook quota of 23,500) for 0.40 fish per rod, and 721 hatchery coho (4.7 percent of the hatchery coho quota of 27,660) for 0.49 fish per rod and 0.90 total per rod average (catch per rod includes a catch of 12 pink salmon).

LA PUSH

June 29-30: 123 anglers caught 64 Chinook for 0.52 fish per rod, and 55 hatchery coho for 0.45 fish per rod and 0.99 total per rod average; July 1-7: 315 anglers caught 187 Chinook for 0.59 fish per rod, and 135 hatchery coho for 0.43 fish per rod and 1.15 total per rod average (catch per rod includes a catch of 41 pink salmon); and July 8-14: 236 anglers caught 113 Chinook (22.0 percent of Chinook quota of 1,650) for 0.48 fish per rod, and 86 hatchery coho (14.6 percent of the hatchery coho quota of 1,890) for 0.36 fish per rod and 1.12 total per rod average (catch per rod includes a catch of 66 pink salmon).

NEAH BAY

June 29-30: 887 anglers caught 342 Chinook for 0.39 fish per rod, and 218 hatchery coho for 0.25 fish per rod and 0.66 total per rod average; July 1-7: 1,928 anglers caught 782 Chinook for 0.41 fish per rod, and 930 hatchery coho for 0.48 fish per rod and 1.12 total per rod average (catch per rod includes a catch of 452 pink salmon); and July 8-14: 2,241 anglers caught 1,225 Chinook (47.9 percent of Chinook quota of 4,900) for 0.55 fish per rod, and 1,034 hatchery coho (28.0 percent of the hatchery coho quota of 7,780) for 0.46 fish per rod and 1.66 total per rod average (catch per rod includes a catch of 1,466 pink salmon).

COASTWIDE HATCHERY CHINOOK FISHERY

May 10-11: 629 anglers caught 72 hatchery chinook for 0.11 fish per rod average (0.9 percent of the total catch quota); May 17-18: 347 anglers caught 136 hatchery chinook for 0.18 fish per rod average (1.7 percent of the total catch quota); June 8-9: 762 anglers caught 208 chinook; June 10-16: 3,511 anglers caught 1,272 for 0.36 fish per rod average (20.2 percent of the total catch quota); June 17-23: 2,648 anglers caught 1,082 Chinook for 0.41 fish per rod average (33.7 percent of the total catch quota); June 24-28: 460 anglers caught 101 Chinook for 0.22 fish per rod average (35.0 percent of the total catch quota).

COASTWIDE ALL-SPECIES SALMON FISHERY

June 22-23: 1,662 anglers caught 929 Chinook for 0.56 fish per rod, and 982 hatchery coho for 0.59 fish per rod and 1.15 total per rod average; June 24-30: 4,273 anglers caught 1,363 Chinook for 0.32 fish per rod, and 3,082 hatchery coho for 0.72 fish per rod and 1.05 total per rod average; July 1-7: 4,971 anglers caught 2,096 Chinook (11.0 percent of Chinook quota of 40,000) for 0.42 fish per rod, and 2,287 hatchery coho (8.5 percent of the hatchery coho quota of 74,760) for 0.46 fish per rod and 0.98 total per rod average; and July 8-14: 5,176 anglers caught 2,159 Chinook (16.4 percent of Chinook quota of 40,000) for 0.442 fish per rod, and 2,665 hatchery coho (12.1 percent of the hatchery coho quota of 74,760) for 0.51 fish per rod and 1.23 total per rod average (catch per rod includes a catch of 1,544 pink salmon).

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