THE FOLLOWING WAS FORWARDED BY BRYANT SPELLMAN, WDFW
Washington Columbia River and Tributary Fishing Report
Columbia River Tributaries
Grays River – 6 bank anglers released six coho.
BARRY DUBNOW SHOWS OFF A NICE MIDFALL CHINOOK CAUGHT ON THE LEWIS RIVER SEVERAL SEASONS BACK. HE WAS HOVER FISHING WITH GUIDE RON HOLT. (YO-ZURI PHOTO CONTEST
Cowlitz River – I-5 Br downstream – 35 bank rods kept one coho and released one coho. 7 boats/20 rods kept 24 coho and released one Chinook and four coho.
Above the I-5 Br – 17 bank rods kept two coho and released 18 Chinook and 1 coho. 1 boat/1 rod had no catch.
Kalama River – 18 bank anglers had no catch. 2 boats/5 rods had no catch.
Lewis River – 19 bank anglers kept two coho and one coho jack. 13 boats/44 rods kept five Chinook, 2 Chinook jacks, 5 coho, 3 coho jacks and released one Chinook and four coho.
Wind River – 1 boat/1 rod had no catch.
Klickitat below Fisher Hill Bridge – 16 bank anglers kept seven coho and released two Chinook.
- Tributaries not listed: Creel checks not conducted.
Lower Col mainstem sport Oct 28-31, 2019
Bonneville bank: 26 anglers with 7 coho kept and 6 Chinook released
Camas/Washougal boat: 5 anglers with nothing
I-5 area boat: 3 anglers with nothing
Woodland boat: 1 angler with 1 coho kept
Kalama bank: 2 anglers with nothing
Kalama boat: 5 anglers with nothing
Longview bank: 2 anglers with nothing
Longview boat: 7 anglers with 3 coho kept