THE FOLLOWING WDFW FISHING REPORT WAS TRANSMITTED BY BRYANT SPELLMAN
Columbia River Tributaries
Grays River – 4 bank anglers released 4 coho and 3 coho jacks. 1 boat/3 rods released 3 coho.
Skamokawa Creek – No anglers sampled.
Elochoman River – 3 bank anglers kept 1 steelhead, 1 coho jack and released 1 steelhead and 1 coho jack.
Abernathy Creek – No anglers sampled.
Mill Creek – No anglers sampled.
Germany Creek – No anglers sampled.
Cowlitz River – I-5 Br downstream: 8 bank rods had no catch. 2 boats/5 rods had no catch.
Above the I-5 Br: 4 bank rods had no catch. 2 boats/4 rods released 2 coho.
Last week, Tacoma Power employees recovered 599 coho adults, 528 coho jacks, 63 cutthroat trout, three fall Chinook adults, one fall Chinook jack and three summer-run steelhead adults during five days of operations at the Cowlitz Salmon Hatchery separator.
During the past week, Tacoma Power released 89 coho adults and 26 coho jacks into the Cispus River near Randle and they released 269 coho adults, 292 coho jacks and two cutthroat trout into Lake Scanewa in Randle.
Tacoma Power released 205 coho adults, 293 coho jacks, one fall Chinook jack and seven cutthroat trout into the Tilton River at Gust Backstrom Park in Morton.
River flows at Mayfield Dam are approximately 3,540 cubic feet per second on Monday, Nov. 26. Water visibility is 12 feet and the water temperature is 51.8 degrees F. River flows could change at any time so boaters and anglers should remain alert for this possibility
Kalama River – 24 bank anglers had no catch.
Lewis River – No anglers sampled.
East Fork Lewis River – 6 bank anglers had no catch.
Salmon Creek – 15 bank anglers had no catch.
Wind River – No anglers sampled.
Klickitat River –No anglers sampled.