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Mark Yuasa covers fishing and outdoors in the Pacific Northwest.

January 27, 2014 at 1:14 PM

State Fish and Wildlife Western Washington river fish checks

Columbia River in The Dalles Pool — Jan. 20-26: Six bank anglers caught no sturgeon; eight boats with 20 anglers caught two sturgeon and released 59; four boats with 10 anglers caught two steelhead and released 11; one bank angler caught two walleye and released one.

Columbia River in John Day Pool — Jan. 20-26: 18 bank anglers caught no sturgeon; 13 boats with 30 anglers released two sturgeon; one boat with three anglers caught two steelhead and released three; four boats with five anglers caught four walleye.

Bogachie/Quillayute River — Jan. 20-23: Four bank anglers and 11 boat anglers caught one steelhead; Jan. 24-26: 12 bank anglers and 47 boat anglers, and four boat anglers in the Dickey River caught eight steelhead and released 17.

Calawah River — Jan. 20-23: Two boat anglers released two steelhead; Jan. 24-26: Seven bank anglers caught two steelhead.

Sol Duc River — Jan. 20-23: Two bank anglers and 13 boat anglers caught one steelhead and released 17; Jan. 24-26: One bank angler and 45 boat anglers caught two steelhead (one wild steelhead was illegally kept) and released 33.

Lower Hoh River — Jan. 20-23: Four bank anglers and two boat anglers caught one steelhead; 53 bank anglers and 69 boat anglers caught 17 steelhead, and released 25 steelhead, nine bull trout, seven whitefish and one cutthroat trout.

Upper Hoh River — Jan. 20-23: Three bank anglers and six boat anglers released four steelhead; Jan. 24-26: 19 bank anglers and 26 boat anglers caught one steelhead, and released seven steelhead, eight bull trout and eight whitefish.

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