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July 13, 2014 at 9:03 AM

Latest state Fish and Wildlife ocean salmon catch figures

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(Justin Wong of Seattle with a 28 pound king caught off Westport. Photo courtesy of Benny Wong.)

Here are the latest ocean salmon catch figures from state Fish and Wildlife:

Ilwaco – 221 anglers checked from May 31-June 1 caught 196 hatchery-marked chinook for 0.88 per angler catch average; 458 anglers from June 2-8 caught 237 hatchery-marked chinook for 0.52 per angler catch average; 319 anglers from June 14-15 caught 54 chinook and 274 hatchery coho for 0.17 per angler catch average for chinook, 0.86 for coho and 1.03 overall; 1,221 anglers from June 16-22 caught 338 chinook and 1,388 hatchery coho for 0.28 per angler catch average for chinook, 1.14 for coho and 1.41 overall.

797 anglers from June 23-29 caught 135 chinook and 989 hatchery coho  for 0.17 for chinook and 1.24 for hatchery coho and 1.41 overall; 2,852 anglers from June 30-July 6 caught 835 chinook and 3,509 hatchery coho for 0.29 for chinook and 1.23 for hatchery coho and 1.52 overall.

Westport – 780 anglers checked from May 31-June 1 caught 427 hatchery-marked chinook for 0.55 chinook per angler catch average; 1,142 anglers from June 2-8 caught 288 hatchery-marked chinook for 0.25 per angler catch average; 582 anglers from June 14-15 caught 274 chinook and 554 hatchery coho for 0.47 per angler catch average for chinook, 0.95 for coho and 1.42 overall; 2,715 anglers from June 16-22 caught 1,503 chinook and 2,838 hatchery coho for 0.55 per angler catch average for chinook, 1.05 for coho and 1.60 overall.

2,472 anglers from June 23-29 caught 1,435 chinook and 2,543 hatchery coho  for 0.58 for chinook and and 1.03 for hatchery coho and 1.61 overall; 3,941 anglers from June 30-July 6 caught 2,124 chinook and 3,328 hatchery coho for 0.54 for chinook and 0.84 for hatchery coho and 1.38 overall.

La Push – 19 anglers checked from May 16-17 caught no hatchery-marked chinook; six anglers checked from May 23-24 caught no hatchery-marked chinook; 11 anglers checked from May 31-June 1 caught no hatchery-marked chinook; 46 anglers from June 2-8 caught six hatchery-marked chinook for 0.13 per angler catch average; 14 anglers from June 14-15 caught four chinook and three hatchery coho for 0.29 per angler catch average for chinook, 0.21 for coho and 0.50 overall; 177 anglers from June 16-22 caught 161 chinook and 64 hatchery coho for 0.91 per angler catch average for chinook, 0.36 for coho and 1.27 overall.

89 anglers from June 23-29 caught 54 chinook and 34 hatchery coho  for 0.60 for chinook and and 0.38 for hatchery coho and 0.98 overall; 216 anglers from June 30-July 6 caught 216 chinook and 151 hatchery coho for 0.70 for chinook and 0.66 for hatchery coho and 1.36 overall.

Neah Bay – 410 anglers checked from May 16-17 caught 63 hatchery-marked chinook for 0.15 chinook per angler catch average; 361 anglers checked from May 23-24 caught 82 hatchery-marked chinook for 0.23 per angler catch average; 54 anglers checked from May 31-June 1 caught 10 hatchery-marked chinook for 0.18 per angler catch average; 265 anglers from June 2-8 caught 95 hatchery-marked chinook for 0.36 per angler catch average; 194 anglers from June 14-15 caught 78 chinook and four hatchery coho for 0.40 per angler catch average for chinook, 0.02 for coho and 0.42 overall;  754 anglers from June 16-22 caught 449 chinook and 124 hatchery coho for 0.60 per angler catch average for chinook, 0.16 for coho and 0.76 overall.

920 anglers from June 23-29 caught 268 chinook and 55 hatchery coho  for 0.29 for chinook and and 0.06 for hatchery coho and 0.35 overall; 1,700 anglers from June 30-July 6 caught 877 chinook and 424 hatchery coho for 0.52 for chinook and 0.25 for hatchery coho and 0.77 overall.

Coastwide – 429 anglers checked from May 16-17 caught 63 hatchery-marked chinook for 0.15 chinook per angler catch average; 367 anglers checked from May 23-24 caught 82 hatchery-marked chinook for 0.22 per angler catch average; 1,066 anglers checked from May 31-June 1 caught 633 hatchery-marked chinook for 0.59 per angler catch average; 1,910 anglers from June 2-8 caught 627 hatchery-marked chinook for 0.33 per angler catch average; 1,109 anglers from June 14-15 caught 410 chinook and 835 hatchery coho for 0.37 per angler catch average for chinook, 0.75 for coho and 1.12 overall; 4,867 anglers from June 16-22 caught 2,451 chinook and 4,414 hatchery coho for 0.50 per angler catch average for chinook, 0.91 for coho and 1.41 overall.

4,279 anglers from June 23-29 caught 1,892 chinook and 3,620 hatchery coho  for 0.44 for chinook and and 0.85 for hatchery coho and 1.29 overall; 8,709 anglers from June 30-July 6 caught 3,988 chinook and 7,403 hatchery coho for 0.46 for chinook and 0.85 for hatchery coho and 1.31 overall.

Coastwide chinook mark-selective fishery

The Chinook mark-selective recreational fishery in the area between the U.S.-Canada border and the Queets River opened on May 16 for two days per week (May 16,17, 23, and 24), then reopened May 31 – June 13. The area south of the Queets River opened on May 31. All areas closed as scheduled on June 13. Through Friday, June 13, a total of 2,086 Chinook were been landed (23% of the quota of 9,000 chinook).

All-species salmon fishery

The area between the U.S.-Canada border and Cape Falcon, Ore., opened for all salmon species on June 30. Catch details for each of the areas are described below:

ILWACO (INCLUDING OREGON)

A total of 2,852 anglers participated in the all-species salmon fishery during the week of June 30, landing 835 Chinook and 3,509 coho. Through Sunday, July 6, a cumulative total of 1,350 Chinook (10% of the area guideline) and 6,184 coho (7% of the area sub-quota) have been landed.

WESTPORT

A total of 3,941 anglers participated in the all-species salmon fishery during the week of June 30, landing 2,124 Chinook and 3,328 coho. Through Sunday, July 6, a cumulative total of 5,336 Chinook (19% of the area guideline) and 9,263 coho (14% of the area sub-quota) have been landed.

LA PUSH

A total of 216 anglers participated in the all-species salmon fishery during the week of June 30, landing 151 Chinook and 142 coho. Through Sunday, July 6, a cumulative total of 370 Chinook (16% of the area guideline) and 243 coho (5% of the area sub-quota) have been landed.

NEAH BAY

A total of 1,700 anglers participated in the all-species salmon fishery during the week of June 30, landing 877 Chinook and 424 coho. Through Sunday, July 6, a cumulative total of 1,672 Chinook (24% of the area guideline) and 607 coho (3% of the area sub-quota) have been landed.

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