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April 26, 2014 at 8:04 PM

State Fish and Wildlife trout creel checks

10270012_10203743277691249_1027848838_nHere are the statewide opening day catch figures, and our photo gallery by Seattle Times photographer Mike Siegel who was at Cottage Lake in northern King County near Woodinville.

For a link to the photo gallery, go to http://seattletimes.com/html/photogalleries/sports2023468365.

FISH CHECKS

Ferry County: Ellen, 12 anglers with 50 trout for 4.2 fish kept per rod.

Grant County:  Warden, 91 anglers with 383 trout for 4.2 fish kept per rod; Blue, 74 with 234 for 3.2; Park, 108 with 285 for 2.6; and Deep, 62 with 200 for 3.2.

Grays Harbor County: Aberdeen, 53 with 144 for 2.6; Failor, 87 with 205 for 2.4; Sylvia, 20 with 44 for 2.2; Vance 1, 89 with 105 for 1.2; and Vance 2, 50 with 88 for 1.8.

Island County: Deer, 24 anglers with 79 trout for 3.2 fish kept per rod; Goss, 56 with 17 for 3.2.

King County: Cottage, 56 anglers with 141 trout for 2.5 fish kept per rod; Geneva, 37 with 122 for 3.2; Langlois, 51 with 211 for 4.1; Margaret, 13 with 53 for 4.0; North, 60 with 251 for 4.1; Pine, 82 with 276 for 3.3; Steel, 53 with 225 for 4.2; Walker, 50 with 94 for 1.8; and Wilderness, 58 with 60 for 1.03.

Kitsap County: Buck, 17 with 60 for 3.5; Horseshoe, 29 with 74 for 2.6; Mission, 36 with 126 for 3.5; and Wildcat, 24 with 87 for 3.6.

Klickitat County: Spearfish, 36 with 86 for 2.4; Rowland, 71 with 200 for 2.8; Horsethief, 51 with 200 for 2.0; and Kidney, 40 with 88 for 2.1.

Lewis County: Plummer, 18 with 21 for 1.2; Carlisle, 52 with 48 for 0.9; Fort Borst, 39 with 61 for 1.6; and Mineral, 123 with 317 for 2.6.

Lincoln County: Fishtrap, 21 with 92 for 4.4

Jefferson County: Anderson, 47 with 132 for 2.8; Horseshoe, five with three (plus 17 released) total kept not available; and Silent, eight with 28 for 3.5.
Mason County: Aldrich, 12 with 53 for 4.4; Benson, 79 with 142 for 1.8; Clara (Don), 13 with 58 for 4.5; Devereaux, 41 with 118 for 2.9; Haven, 16 with 53 for 3.3; Howell, 10 with 44 for 4.4; Panther, 33 with 73 for 2.2; Tiger, 43 with 117 for 2.7; and Wooten, 58 with 139 for 2.4.

Okanogan County: Alta, 99 anglers with 214 trout for 2.1 fish kept per rod; Pearrygin, 36 with 107 for 2.9; Conconully Lake, 59 with 201 for 3.4; Conconully Reservoir, 36 with 109 for 3.0; and Fish, 49 with 90 for 1.8.

Pacific County: Black, 36 with 107 for 3.0.

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Pend Oreille County: Big Meadow, seven with 18 for 2.6; and Diamond, 10 with 56 for 5.0.

Pierce County: Bay, 71 anglers with 216 trout for 3.0 fish kept per rod; Carney, 23 with 79 for 3.4; Clear, 78 with 255 for 3.3; Crescent, 34 with 89 for 2.6; Rapjohn, 47 with 168 for 3.6; Ohop, 60 with 102 for 1.7; Silver, 48 with 131 for 2.7; and Tanwax, 56 with 159 for 2.8.

Skagit County: Erie, 46 with 121 for 2.6; Heart, 68 with 178 for 2.6; and McMurray, 47 with 108 for 2.2.

Snohomish County: Armstrong, 31 with 26 for 0.8; Crabapple, 10 with 19 for 1.9; Echo, 37 with 110 for 2.9; Howard, 64 with 78 for 1.2; Ki, 51 with 152 for 2.9; Martha (Alderwood Manor), 52 with 169 for 3.2; Riley, 30 with 93 for 3.1; Serene, 24 with 44 for 1.8; Sixteen, 68 with 220 for 3.2; Stickney, 14 with 26 for 1.8; Storm, 20 with 87 for 4.3; and Wagner, 11 with 29 for 2.6.

Stevens County: Cedar, 11 with 35 for 3.2; Mudgett, 57 with 129 for 2.3; Rocky, 21 with 88 for 4.2; Starvation, 21 with 84 for 4.0; Waitts, 56 with 158 for 2.8; and Deep, three with 15 for 5.0.

Spokane County: Badger, 42 with 51 for 1.2; Clear, 29 with 49 for 1.7; Fish, 52 with 137 for 2.6; Williams, 48 with 172 for 3.6; and West Medical, 58 with 182 for 3.1.

Thurston County: Clear, 111 anglers with 344 trout for 3.1 fish kept per rod; Deep, 55 with 179 for 3.3; Hicks, 44 with 141 for 3.2; Long, 50 with 106 for 2.1; McIntosh, 64 with 143 for 2.2; Pattison, 42 with 143 for 3.4; Summit, 52 with 129 for 2.5; and Ward, 55 with 181 for 3.3.

Whatcom County: Cain, 41 with 175 for 4.2; Padden, 43 with 174 for 4.0; Silver, 162 with 527 for 3.2; and Toad, 47 with 136 for 2.8.

 

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