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October 20, 2013 at 9:08 AM

Final coastal sport salmon catch figures

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COASTAL SALMON CATCH FIGURES

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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; July 8-14: 1,237 anglers caught 235 Chinook for 0.19 fish per rod, and 824 hatchery coho for 0.67 fish per rod and 0.86 total per rod average; July 15-21: 1,669 anglers caught 297 Chinook for 0.18 fish per rod, and 1,252 hatchery coho for 0.75 fish per rod and 0.93 total per rod average; July 22-28: 1,854 anglers caught 467 Chinook for 0.25 fish per rod, and 1,927 hatchery coho for 1.04 fish per rod and 1.29 total per rod average; July 29-Aug. 4: 3,673 anglers caught 1,161 Chinook for 0.32 fish per rod, and 2,635 hatchery coho for 0.72 fish per rod and 1.03 total per rod average; Aug. 5-11: 3,962 anglers caught 1,322 Chinook for 0.33 fish per rod, and 2,859 hatchery coho for 0.72 fish per rod and 1.06 total per rod average (catch per rod includes a catch of one pink salmon); Aug. 12-18: 3,950 anglers caught 791 Chinook for 0.20 fish per rod, and 3,192 hatchery coho for 0.81 fish per rod and 1.01 total per rod average (catch per rod includes a catch of one pink salmon).

Aug. 19-25: 3,487 anglers caught 489 Chinook for 0.14 fish per rod, and 1,307 hatchery coho for 0.37 fish per rod and 0.52 total per rod average; Aug. 26-31: 1,330 anglers caught 315 Chinook (72.2 percent of Chinook quota of 9,900) for 0.24 fish per rod, and 387 hatchery coho (49.0 percent of the hatchery coho quota of 38,380; original quota was 37,380, and increased following a transfer from the non-treaty troll fishery on Aug. 28) for 0.29 fish per rod and 0.53 total per rod average; Sept. 1: 710 anglers caught 144 Chinook for 0.20 fish per rod, and 208 coho for 0.29 fish per rod and 0.50 total per rod average; Sept. 2-8: 1,512 anglers caught 422 Chinook (77.9 percent of Chinook quota of 9,900) for 0.28 fish per rod, and 733 coho for 0.48 fish per rod and 0.76 total per rod average; Sept. 9-15: 1,216 anglers caught 167 Chinook (79.5 percent of Chinook quota of 9,900) for 0.14 fish per rod, and 688 coho (16.7 percent of coho quota of 38,380) for 0.57 fish per rod and 0.70 total per rod average; Sept. 16-22: 1236 anglers caught 13 Chinook (79.6 percent of Chinook quota of 9,900) for 0.05 fish per rod, and 81 coho (17.5 percent of coho quota of 38,380) for 0.35 fish per rod and 0.40 total per rod average; Sept. 23-29: 124 anglers caught eight Chinook (79.7 percent of Chinook quota of 9,900) for 0.07 fish per rod, and 39 coho (17.9 percent of coho quota of 38,380) for 0.31 fish per rod and 0.38 total per rod average; Sept. 30, no angler turnout.

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); July 8-14: 1,461 anglers caught 586 Chinook for 0.40 fish per rod, and 721 hatchery coho for 0.49 fish per rod and 0.90 total per rod average (catch per rod includes a catch of 12 pink salmon); July 15-21: 2,663 anglers caught 830 Chinook for 0.31 fish per rod, and 1,261 hatchery coho for 0.47 fish per rod and 0.91 total per rod average (catch per rod includes a catch of 322 pink salmon); July 22-28: 2,406 anglers caught 1,541 Chinook for 0.64 fish per rod, and 910 hatchery coho for 0.38 fish per rod and 1.15 total per rod average (catch per rod includes a catch of 308 pink salmon); July 29-Aug. 4: 4,194 anglers caught 2,466 Chinook for 0.59 fish per rod, and 2,414 hatchery coho for 0.58 fish per rod and 1.22 total per rod average (catch per rod includes a catch of 244 pink salmon); Aug. 5-11: 3,438 anglers caught 1,550 Chinook for 0.45 fish per rod, and 2,519 hatchery coho for 0.73 fish per rod and 1.22 total per rod average (catch per rod includes a catch of 109 pink salmon); Aug. 12-18: 3,876 anglers caught 1,637 Chinook for 0.42 fish per rod, and 2,823 hatchery coho for 0.73 fish per rod and 1.15 total per rod average (catch per rod includes a catch of four pink salmon).

Aug. 19-25: 2,807 anglers caught 564 Chinook (43.1 percent of Chinook quota of 23,800) for 0.22 fish per rod, and 1,937 hatchery coho (47.6 percent of the hatchery coho quota of 27,680) for 0.74 fish per rod and 0.96 total per rod average (catch per rod includes a catch of four pink salmon); Aug. 26-Sept. 1: 2,435 anglers caught 815 Chinook (53.9 percent of Chinook quota of 20,300; original quota was 23,800, and decreased following a transfer from the non-treaty troll fishery on Aug. 28) for 0.33 fish per rod, and 2,420 hatchery coho (53.5 percent of the hatchery coho quota of 29,140; original quota was 27,680, and increased following a transfer from the non-treaty troll fishery on Aug. 28) for 0.99 fish per rod and 1.33 total per rod average (catch per rod includes a catch of three pink salmon); Sept. 2-5: 875 anglers caught 326 Chinook for 0.37 fish per rod, and 326 hatchery coho for 0.97 fish per rod and 1.35 total per rod average; Sept. 6-8: 1,196 anglers caught 353 Chinook for 0.37 fish per rod, and 1,244 coho  for 1.04 fish per rod and 1.34 total per rod average;Sept. 9-15: 2,051 anglers caught 341 Chinook (57.2 of the chinook catch quota of 20,300) for 0.17 fish per rod, and 2,184 coho (54.0 percent of coho catch quota of 29,140) for 1.04 fish per rod and 1.34 total per rod average; Sept. 16-22: 385 anglers caught 54 Chinook (57.5 of the chinook catch quota of 20,300) for 0.14 fish per rod, and 326 coho (59.1 percent of coho catch quota of 29,140) for 0.85 fish per rod and 0.99 total per rod average; Sept. 23-29: 55 anglers caught 14 Chinook (57.5 of the chinook catch quota of 20,300) for 0.26 fish per rod, and 48 coho (59.9 percent of coho catch quota of 29,140) for 0.87 fish per rod and 1.12 total per rod average; Sept. 30, no angler turnout.

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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); July 8-14: 236 anglers caught 113 Chinook for 0.48 fish per rod, and 86 hatchery coho for 0.36 fish per rod and 1.12 total per rod average (catch per rod includes a catch of 66 pink salmon); July 15-21: 225 anglers caught 131 Chinook for 0.58 fish per rod, and 131 hatchery coho for 0.58 fish per rod and 1.51 total per rod average (catch per rod includes a catch of 78 pink salmon); July 22-28: 194 anglers caught 263 Chinook for 1.36 fish per rod, and 87 hatchery coho for 0.45 fish per rod and 2.06 total per rod average (catch per rod includes a catch of 49 pink salmon); July 29-Aug. 4: 560 anglers caught 400 Chinook for 0.71 fish per rod, and 434 hatchery coho  for 0.77 fish per rod and 1.64 total per rod average (catch per rod includes a catch of 84 pink salmon); Aug. 5-11: 412 anglers caught 318 Chinook  for 0.77 fish per rod, and 298 hatchery coho for 0.72 fish per rod and 1.71 total per rod average (catch per rod includes a catch of 86 pink salmon); Aug. 12-18: 436 anglers caught 174 Chinook for 0.40 fish per rod, and 348 hatchery coho for 0.80 fish per rod and 1.37 total per rod average (catch per rod includes a catch of 76 pink salmon).

Aug. 19-25: 533 anglers caught 287 Chinook for 0.54 fish per rod, and 576 hatchery coho for 1.08 fish per rod and 1.91 total per rod average (catch per rod includes a catch of 154 pink salmon); Aug. 26-Sept. 1: 320 anglers caught 109 Chinook (123.9 percent of Chinook quota of 1,650) for 0.34 fish per rod, and 358 hatchery coho (83.9 percent of the hatchery coho quota of 2,990; original quota was 1,890, and increased following a transfer from the non-treaty troll fishery on Aug. 28) for 1.12 fish per rod and 1.49 total per rod average (catch per rod includes a catch of eight pink salmon);Sept. 2-8: 236 anglers caught 105 Chinook (130.3 percent of Chinook quota of 1,650) for 0.44 fish per rod, and 182 hatchery coho (90.0 percent of the hatchery coho quota of 2,990; original quota was 1,890, and increased following a transfer from the non-treaty troll fishery on Aug. 28) for 0.77 fish per rod and 1.22 total per rod average (catch per rod includes a catch of one pink salmon);Sept. 9-15: 130 anglers caught 38 Chinook (132.6 percent of Chinook quota of 1,650) for 0.29 fish per rod, and 83 hatchery coho (92.8 percent of the hatchery coho quota of 2,990; original quota was 1,890, and increased following a transfer from the non-treaty troll fishery on Aug. 28) for 0.64 fish per rod and 0.93 total per rod average; and Sept. 16-22: 49 anglers caught 10 Chinook (133.2 percent of Chinook quota of 1,650) for 0.21 fish per rod, and three hatchery coho (92.9 percent of the hatchery coho quota of 2,990; original quota was 1,890, and increased following a transfer from the non-treaty troll fishery on Aug. 28) for 0.06 fish per rod and 0.27 total per rod average.

Late season fishery: Sept. 28-29: One angler caught no fish; Sept. 30Oct. 6: 203 anglers caught 117 chinook and 18 coho for 0.57 catch average on chinook, 0.09 on coho and overall average of 0.66; Oct. 7-13: 33 anglers caught two chinook, one pink and no coho for 0.06 catch average on chinook and 0.10 total per rod average.

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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); 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); July 15-21: 1,758 anglers caught 742 Chinook for 0.42 fish per rod, and 644 hatchery coho for 0.37 fish per rod and 1.54 total per rod average (catch per rod includes a catch of 1,320 pink salmon); July 22-28: 1,572 anglers caught 565 Chinook for 0.36 fish per rod, and 556 hatchery coho for 0.35 fish per rod and 1.33 total per rod average (catch per rod includes a catch of 966 pink salmon); July 29-Aug. 4: 1,390 anglers caught 966 Chinook (93.3 percent of Chinook quota of 4,900) for 0.70 fish per rod, and 688 hatchery coho for 0.49 fish per rod and 1.69 total per rod average (catch per rod includes a catch of 699 pink salmon); Aug. 5-11: 1,211 anglers caught 515 Chinook for 0.43 fish per rod, and 725 hatchery coho for 0.60 fish per rod and 1.31 total per rod average (catch per rod includes a catch of 352 pink salmon); Aug. 12-18: 1,031 anglers caught 389 Chinook for 0.38 fish per rod, and 769 hatchery coho for 0.75 fish per rod and 1.49 total per rod average (catch per rod includes a catch of 376 pink salmon).

Aug. 19-25: 774 anglers caught 197 Chinook for 0.25 fish per rod, and 435 hatchery coho for 0.56 fish per rod and 1.21 total per rod average (catch per rod includes a catch of 301 pink salmon); Aug. 26-Sept. 1: 606 anglers caught 117 Chinook (118.2 percent of Chinook quota of 4,900) for 0.19 fish per rod, and 333 hatchery coho (76.4 percent of the hatchery coho quota of 8,280; original quota was 7,780, and increased following a transfer from the non-treaty troll fishery on Aug. 28) for 0.55 fish per rod and 1.11 total per rod average (catch per rod includes a catch of 221 pink salmon); Sept. 2-8: 280 anglers caught 66 Chinook (119.5 percent of Chinook quota of 4,900) for 0.23 fish per rod, and 163 hatchery coho (78.4 percent of the hatchery coho quota of 8,280; original quota was 7,780, and increased following a transfer from the non-treaty troll fishery on Aug. 28) for 0.58 fish per rod and 0.88 total per rod average (catch per rod includes a catch of 18 pink salmon); Sept. 9-15: 101 anglers caught six Chinook (119.6 percent of Chinook quota of 4,900) for 0.05 fish per rod, and 70 hatchery coho (79.3 percent of the hatchery coho quota of 8,280; original quota was 7,780, and increased following a transfer from the non-treaty troll fishery on Aug. 28) for 0.69 fish per rod and 0.74 total per rod average; and Sept. 16-22: Four anglers caught no Chinook (119.6 percent of Chinook quota of 4,900) for 0.00 fish per rod, and none hatchery coho (79.3 percent of the hatchery coho quota of 8,280; original quota was 7,780, and increased following a transfer from the non-treaty troll fishery on Aug. 28) for 0.00 fish per rod and 0.00 total per rod average.

 

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; July 8-14: 5,176 anglers caught 2,159 Chinook (16.4 percent of Chinook quota of 40,000) for 0.42 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); July 15-21: 6,314 anglers caught 1,999 Chinook (21.4 percent of Chinook quota of 40,000) for 0.32 fish per rod, and 3,288 hatchery coho (16.5 percent of the hatchery coho quota of 74,760) for 0.52 fish per rod and 1.11 total per rod average (catch per rod includes a catch of 1,720 pink salmon); July 22-28: 6,025 anglers caught 2,837 Chinook (28.3 percent of Chinook quota of 40,000) for 0.47 fish per rod, and 3,479 hatchery coho (21.0 percent of the hatchery coho quota of 74,760) for 0.58 fish per rod and 1.27 total per rod average (catch per rod includes a catch of 1,323 pink salmon); July 29-Aug. 4: 9,818 anglers caught 4,993 Chinook (40.8 percent of Chinook quota of 40,000) for 0.51 fish per rod, and 6,171 hatchery coho (29.3 percent of the hatchery coho quota of 74,760) for 0.63 fish per rod and 1.24 total per rod average (catch per rod includes a catch of 1,027 pink salmon); Aug. 5-11: 9,023 anglers caught 3,705 Chinook (50.1 percent of Chinook quota of 40,000) for 0.41 fish per rod, and 6,401 hatchery coho (37.8 percent of the hatchery coho quota of 74,760) for 0.71 fish per rod and 1.12 total per rod average (catch per rod for pink salmon not available); Aug. 12-18: 9,292 anglers caught 2,991 Chinook (57.6 percent of Chinook quota of 40,000) for 0.32 fish per rod, and 7,133 hatchery coho (47.4 percent of the hatchery coho quota of 74,760) for 0.77 fish per rod and 1.14 total per rod average (catch per rod includes at catch of 457 pink salmon).

Aug. 19-25: 7,401 anglers caught 1,537 Chinook (61.4 percent of Chinook quota of 40,000) for 0.21 fish per rod, and 4,256 hatchery coho (53.1 percent of the hatchery coho quota of 74,760) for 0.58 fish per rod and 0.84 total per rod average (catch per rod includes at catch of 459 pink salmon);Aug. 26-Sept. 1: 5,400 anglers caught 1,500 Chinook (70.8 percent of Chinook quota of 36,800; original quota was 40,000, and decreased following a transfer from the non-treaty troll fishery on Aug. 28) for 0.28 fish per rod, and 3,706 coho (55.1 percent of the hatchery coho quota of 78,760; original quota was 74,760, and increased following a transfer from the non-treaty troll fishery on Aug. 28) for 0.69 fish per rod and 1.01 total per rod average (catch per rod includes at catch of 232 pink salmon); Sept. 2-8: 4,099 anglers caught 1,271 Chinook (74.3 percent of Chinook quota of 36,800; original quota was 40,000, and decreased following a transfer from the non-treaty troll fishery on Aug. 28) for 0.31 fish per rod, and 3,174coho (59.1 percent of the hatchery coho quota of 78,760; original quota was 74,760, and increased following a transfer from the non-treaty troll fishery on Aug. 28) for 0.77 fish per rod and 1.09 total per rod average (catch per rod includes at catch of 19 pink salmon); Sept. 9-15: 3,498 anglers caught 551 Chinook (75.8 percent of Chinook quota of 36,800; original quota was 40,000, and decreased following a transfer from the non-treaty troll fishery on Aug. 28) for 0.16 fish per rod, and 3,025 coho (62.9 percent of the hatchery coho quota of 78,760; original quota was 74,760, and increased following a transfer from the non-treaty troll fishery on Aug. 28) for 0.86 fish per rod and 1.02 total per rod average; Sept. 16-22: 673 anglers caught 77 Chinook (76.0 percent of Chinook quota of 36,800; original quota was 40,000, and decreased following a transfer from the non-treaty troll fishery on Aug. 28) for 0.11 fish per rod, and 411 coho (63.4 percent of the hatchery coho quota of 78,760; original quota was 74,760, and increased following a transfer from the non-treaty troll fishery on Aug. 28) for 0.61 fish per rod and 0.72 total per rod average; Sept. 23-29: 180 anglers caught 23 Chinook (76.0 percent of Chinook quota of 36,800; original quota was 40,000, and decreased following a transfer from the non-treaty troll fishery on Aug. 28) for 0.13 fish per rod, and 87 coho (63.6 percent of the hatchery coho quota of 78,760; original quota was 74,760, and increased following a transfer from the non-treaty troll fishery on Aug. 28) for 0.48 fish per rod and 0.61 total per rod average; Sept. 30-Oct.6: 203 anglers caught 117 Chinook (76.3 percent of Chinook quota of 36,800; original quota was 40,000, and decreased following a transfer from the non-treaty troll fishery on Aug. 28) for 0.57 fish per rod, and 18 coho (63.6 percent of the hatchery coho quota of 78,760; original quota was 74,760, and increased following a transfer from the non-treaty troll fishery on Aug. 28) for 0.09 fish per rod and 0.66 total per rod average; and Oct. 7-13: 33 anglers caught two Chinook (76.3 percent of Chinook quota of 36,800; original quota was 40,000, and decreased following a transfer from the non-treaty troll fishery on Aug. 28) for 0.06 fish per rod, and no coho (63.6 percent of the hatchery coho quota of 78,760; original quota was 74,760, and increased following a transfer from the non-treaty troll fishery on Aug. 28), plus one pink for 0.10 total per rod average.

 

 

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