Check on # of fish caught according to Seattle Times: State Fish and Wildlife westside river and lake fish checks | Reel Time Fishing Northwest | Seattle Times

Monday, February25, 2013 Winner of a 2012 Pulitzer Prize Mark Yuasa covers fishing and outdoors in the Pacific Northwest. February 25, 2013 at2:55 PM State Fish and Wildlife westside river and lake fish checks IPosted by Mark Yuasa Rivers and lakes Columbia River below Bonneville Dam — Feb. 18-24: 33 bank anglers caught no fish; 27 boats with 48 anglers caught one chinook and one steelhead; two bank anglers caught no sturgeon; three boats with seven anglers caught no sturgeon. Columbia River in The Dalles Pool — Feb. 18-24: 10 bank anglers caught no sturgeon; two bank anglers caught four walleye; one boat with four anglers caught no walleye. Columbia River in John Day Pool — Feb. 18-24: 12 bank anglers caught no sturgeon; 17 boats with 36 anglers caught three sturgeon and released 14; nine bank anglers caught no steelhead; 13 boats with 31 anglers caught six walleye and released one; one boat with one angler caught one bass. Bogachiel/Quillayute River — Feb. 18-21: Three bank anglers and 40 boat anglers caught eight steelhead and released 11 for 301.5 hours fished; Feb. 22-24: 21 bank anglers and 17 boat anglers caught two steelhead and released one for 178.5 hours fished. Calawah River — Feb. 18-21: Two bank anglers and 13 boat anglers caught one steelhead and released 24 for 93.5 hours fished; Feb. 22-24: One bank angler and 39 boat anglers caught 14 steelhead and released 23 for 325.0 hours fished. Lower Hoh River from Oxbow Campground to Barlow’s — Feb. 18-21: 21 bank anglers and 48 boat anglers released 32 steelhead for 366.5 hours fished; Feb. 22-24: 31 bank anglers and 12 boat anglers released three steelhead for 161.5 hours fished. Upper Hoh River from Oxbow Campground to Olympic National Park Boundary — Feb. 18-21: 11 bank anglers and 17 boat anglers released 16 steelhead, one bull trout and three whitefish for 130.5 hours fished; Feb. 22-24: 11 bank anglers and 26 boat anglers released 14 steelhead and one bull trout for 215.0 hours fished. Washougal River – 30 bank anglers released two wild steelhead; 14 boat anglers caught one hatchery steelhead and released six wild steelhead. Klineline Pond — Feb. 22-24: 13 bank anglers caught five rainbow trout. (Checks provided by state Fish and Wildlife are taken randomly and do not reflect all fish caught during that period.) FEBRUARY 25 – 3:08 PM It’s Reel Time trivia so put on your fishing thinking cap FEBRUARY 25 – 2:55 PM State Fish and Wildlife westside river and lake fish checks FEBRUARY 25 – 1:04 PM State Fish and Wildlife saltwater fish checks FEBRUARY 24 – 1:08 PM Women’s one-day waterfowl hunting workshop is March 23 in Monroe FEBRUARY 24 – 10:58 AM Pesky northern pike eating up native fish species prompting fisheries officials to eradicate them http://blogs.seattletimes.com/reeltimenorthwest/2013/02/25/state-fish-and-wildlife-river-fish-checks/

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