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Mark Yuasa covers fishing and outdoors in the Pacific Northwest.

September 16, 2014 at 1:36 PM

Latest state Fish and Wildlife Lower Columbia fish catch figures

Last week on the Lower Columbia, anglers on the lower Columbia made 25,727 trips and caught 13,172 adult Chinook (6,745 kept and 6,427 released) 925 adult coho (560 kept and 365 released) and 359 summer steelhead (240 kept and 119 released).

Anglers participating in the MSF (marked selective fishery) below Warrior and above Tongue Point made 13,539 of the total trips and caught 8,509 adult Chinook (2,200 kept and 6,309 released).

 

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