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Mark Yuasa covers fishing and outdoors in the Pacific Northwest.

October 21, 2013 at 3:09 PM

State Fish and Wildlife Columbia River regional fish checks

Lower Columbia River — Oct. 14-20: 56 bank anglers caught four Chinook; 29 boats with 61 anglers caught one Chinook and five coho, and released one Chinook; one boat with one angler caught no sturgeon.

Columbia River in The Dalles Pool — Oct. 14-20: 10 bank anglers caught one sturgeon and released 64; two boats with nine anglers released 31 sturgeon; two bank anglers caught no salmon; six boats with 13 anglers caught one Chinook; one boat with two anglers released three bass.

Cowlitz River — Oct. 14-20: 153 bank anglers caught three Chinook, 28 coho and 26 cutthroat trout, and released 35 chinook, five coho and one steelhead; 18 boat anglers caught one Chinook and 12 cutthroat trout, and released four coho.

Kalama River — Oct. 14-20: 99 bank anglers caught five Chinook, 17 coho and four steelhead, and released eight Chinook, eight coho and one steelhead; three boat anglers released one coho.

Lewis River mainstem — Oct. 14-20: Eight bank anglers caught no fish; eight boat anglers released one coho.

Lewis River North Fork — Oct. 14-20: 86 bank anglers caught 16 coho, and released three coho and one steelhead; 79 boat anglers caught 28 chinook and 34 coho, and released five Chinook, eight coho and one steelhead.

Wind River — Oct. 14-20: One boat angler caught no fish.

Drano Lake — Oct. 14-20: 10 boat anglers caught four Chinook.

Columbia River in Bonneville Pool — Oct. 14-20: 46 boat anglers caught 23 chinook and eight coho.

 

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