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Mark Yuasa covers fishing and outdoors in the Pacific Northwest.

June 24, 2014 at 2:20 PM

State Fish and Wildlife Lower Columbia salmon catch figures

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The sport catch allocation below Bonneville Dam in the Lower Columbia River is 2,414 adult summer chinook. The impact limit on the Columbia River return of ESA-listed sockeye is 1 percent for non-Indian fisheries.

Here is the June 16-22 summer catch figures: 6,310 boat anglers (in 2,797 boats) and 4,126 bank anglers caught 726 chinook, 1,045 steelhead and 193 sockeye, and released 1,022 chinook, 289 steelhead and 54 sockeye.

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