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Rating - Very_Good   

Tuesday, Oct 12 2021
Buoy 10:Weekly checking showed 1,109 adult coho kept, and 57 Chinook and 987 coho released for 360 boats (1,033 anglers); and 0.25 coho kept, and 0.45 coho released per angler for 383 bank anglers.Tongue Point/Rocky Point to Longview:Weekly checking showed one jack Chinook and one adult coho released for 5 boats (11 anglers).Rainier to St. Helens:Weekly checking showed one jack Chinook and one adult coho released for 10 boats (23 anglers).Sauvie Island to Portland:Weekly checking showed 211 adult Chinook, 26 jack Chinook, 41 adult coho, and one jack coho kept, and two adult Chinook, 6 jack Chinook, 29 adult coho, and one jack coho released for 265 boats (635 anglers).Troutdale: Weekly checking showed 67 adult Chinook, 11 jack Chinook, and 12 adult coho kept, and 8 adult Chinook, three jack Chinook, one steelhead, and three adult coho released for 206 boats (416 anglers). Gorge:Weekly checking showed 201 adult Chinook, 46 jack Chinook, and 8 adult coho kept, and one adult Chinook, three adult coho, and one jack coho released for 109 boats (389 anglers); and one adult Chinook kept for 15 bank anglers.Bonneville Pool (Bonneville Dam upstream to The Dalles Dam):Weekly checking showed 166 adult Chinook, 34 jack Chinook, and 18 adult coho kept, and one adult Chinook released for 148 boats (405 anglers).The Dalles Pool (The Dalles Dam upstream to John Day Dam):Weekly checking showed 113 adult Chinook, 12 jack Chinook, and 43 adult coho kept, and two adult Chinook and one steelhead released for 86 boats (263 anglers).John Day Pool (Columbia River above John Day Dam and John Day Arm):Weekly checking showed 16 adult Chinook, 5 jack Chinook, 7 adult coho, and three jack coho kept for 25 boats (55 anglers); and no catch for three bank anglers.STURGEONLower Columbia RiverWauna Powerlines to Bonneville Dam:Open to retention Sept. 18-19. Weekend checking showed 39 legal sized kept, and 143 sublegal, and 41 oversized released for 130 boats (327 anglers).Bonneville Pool:Closed for retention. No report.The Dalles Pool:Closed for retention. No report.John Day Pool:Closed for retention. Weekly checking showed two sublegal, 26 legal, and two over-sized released for 6 boats (23 anglers).WALLEYELower Columbia:Weekly checking showed no catch for one boat (one angler).Bonneville Pool:No report.The Dalles Pool:No report.John Day Pool:Weekly checking showed 65 walleye kept and 95 released for 11 boats (19 anglers).




Tuesday, Oct 12 2021




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Lower Columbia


Rating - Very_Good

Buoy 10:Weekly checking showed 1,109 adult coho kept, and 57 Chinook and 987 coho released for 360 boats (1,033 anglers); and 0.25 coho kept, and 0.45 coho released per angler for 383 bank anglers.Tongue Point/Rocky Point to Longview:Weekly checking showed one jack Chinook and one adult coho released for 5 boats (11 anglers).Rainier to St. Helens:Weekly checking showed one jack Chinook and one adult coho released for 10 boats (23 anglers).Sauvie Island to Portland:Weekly checking showed 211 adult Chinook, 26 jack Chinook, 41 adult coho, and one jack coho kept, and two adult Chinook, 6 jack Chinook, 29 adult coho, and one jack coho released for 265 boats (635 anglers).Troutdale: Weekly checking showed 67 adult Chinook, 11 jack Chinook, and 12 adult coho kept, and 8 adult Chinook, three jack Chinook, one steelhead, and three adult coho released for 206 boats (416 anglers). Gorge:Weekly checking showed 201 adult Chinook, 46 jack Chinook, and 8 adult coho kept, and one adult Chinook, three adult coho, and one jack coho released for 109 boats (389 anglers); and one adult Chinook kept for 15 bank anglers.Bonneville Pool (Bonneville Dam upstream to The Dalles Dam):Weekly checking showed 166 adult Chinook, 34 jack Chinook, and 18 adult coho kept, and one adult Chinook released for 148 boats (405 anglers).The Dalles Pool (The Dalles Dam upstream to John Day Dam):Weekly checking showed 113 adult Chinook, 12 jack Chinook, and 43 adult coho kept, and two adult Chinook and one steelhead released for 86 boats (263 anglers).John Day Pool (Columbia River above John Day Dam and John Day Arm):Weekly checking showed 16 adult Chinook, 5 jack Chinook, 7 adult coho, and three jack coho kept for 25 boats (55 anglers); and no catch for three bank anglers.STURGEONLower Columbia RiverWauna Powerlines to Bonneville Dam:Open to retention Sept. 18-19. Weekend checking showed 39 legal sized kept, and 143 sublegal, and 41 oversized released for 130 boats (327 anglers).Bonneville Pool:Closed for retention. No report.The Dalles Pool:Closed for retention. No report.John Day Pool:Closed for retention. Weekly checking showed two sublegal, 26 legal, and two over-sized released for 6 boats (23 anglers).WALLEYELower Columbia:Weekly checking showed no catch for one boat (one angler).Bonneville Pool:No report.The Dalles Pool:No report.John Day Pool:Weekly checking showed 65 walleye kept and 95 released for 11 boats (19 anglers).


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