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Southwest Washington Fishing Report (5-7-19)

THE FOLLOWING REPORTS WERE TRANSMITTED BY BRYANT SPELLMAN, WDFW

Salmon/Steelhead:

Columbia River Tributaries

Elochoman River– 1 bank angler released 1 steelhead.

Cowlitz River – I-5 Br downstream: 26 bank rods kept 3 steelhead.  1 boat/ 4 rods released 1 Chinook.

SKYLER BRODERS OF ST. HELENS SHOWS OFF A DRANO LAKE SPRING CHINOOK, HIS FIRST SALMON EVER. HE WAS TROLLING A BRINED HERRING WHILE FISHING WITH HIS COUSIN TROY BRODERS. (YO-ZURI PHOTO CONTEST)

Above the I-5 Br:  14 bank rods had no catch.  5 boats/13 rods had no catch.

Last week, Tacoma Power employees recovered 161 winter-run steelhead adults, two winter-run steelhead jacks, 118 spring Chinook adults, five spring Chinook jacks and one cutthroat trout during five days of operations at the Cowlitz Salmon Hatchery separator.

During the past week Tacoma Power employees released 17 winter-run steelhead adults and one cutthroat trout into the Tilton River at Gust Backstrom Park in Morton and they released 22 winter-run steelhead adults, 17 spring Chinook adults and one spring Chinook jack into Lake Scanewa located in Randle.

River flows at Mayfield Dam are approximately 2,990 cubic feet per second on Monday, May 6. Water visibility is 10 feet and the water temperature is 50.0 F.

Kalama River – 67 bank anglers released 4 Chinook and 3 steelhead.  13 boats/23 rods kept 1 Chinook jack and released 7 steelhead.

Lewis River – 8 bank anglers had no catch.

Wind River– 65 boats/172 rods kept 46 Chinook and released 2 Chinook.

Drano Lake – 20 bank rods had no catch.  215 boats/594 rods kept 148 Chinook and released 12 Chinook.

Klickitat – No report.

 

  • Tributaries not listed: Creel checks not conducted.

 

Trout:  

No report on angling success.

Catchable Trout Plants:  

Lake/Pond                           Date Species Number    Fish/lb Hatchery

Battle Ground (CLARK)          April 24, 2019 Cutthroat    3,000 2.50 Skamania

Klineline  (CLARK)              April 24, 2019 Cutthroat       2,110 2.50 Skamania

Horseshoe (COWLITZ)           April 22, 2019 Rainbow    3,000 2.13 Goldendale

Sacajawea (COWLITZ)           April 26, 2019 Rainbow    3,360 2.80 Mossyrock

Carlise (LEWIS)                       April 16, 2019 Rainbow 10,000         2.00

Mineral (LEWIS)                     April 23, 2019 Rainbow 2,875           2.50 Mossyrock

Pikeminnow Sport – Reward Fishery Program:

The program operates from May 1 to September 30 in the lower Columbia River (mouth to Priest Rapids Dam) and the Snake River (mouth to Hells Canyon Dam).  http://www.pikeminnow.org/

SW WA, Lower Columbia Fishing Report (5-1-19)

THE FOLLOWING REPORTS WERE TRANSMITTED BY BRYANT SPELLMAN, WDFW

Preliminary Washington lower Columbia River mainstem sport sampling summary

April 27-28, 2019

Bonneville bank anglers: 135; kept adult Chinook: 9
Camas area banks anglers: -; kept adult Chinook: –
I-5 area bank anglers: 2; kept adult Chinook: 0
Vancouver area bank anglers: 15; kept adult Chinook: 0

Bonneville boat anglers: 4; kept adult Chinook: 0
Camas area boat anglers: 11; kept adult Chinook: 0
I-5 area boat anglers: 20; kept adult Chinook: 0
Vancouver boat anglers: 62; kept adult Chinook: 0

BEST FISHING THIS SPRING IN SOUTHWEST WASHINGTON MIGHT JUST HAVE BEEN DURING LATE APRIL’S LOWLAND LAKES TROUT OPENING WEEKEND. THE RAMSEY BOYS, BLAKE AND WADE, SHOW OFF STRINGERS CAUGHT AT ROWLAND LAKE THIS PAST SUNDAY, WHEN THE WINDS WERE MUCH CALMER THAN SATURDAY. PA BUZZ REPORTS THEY WERE TROLLING 2.0 SIZE MAG LIP PLUGS AND USING A CRAWL RETRIEVE WITH 3-INCH SCENTED BERKLEY WORMS. (BUZZ RAMSEY)

Salmon/Steelhead:

Lower Columbia mainstem from Warrior Rock line to Bonneville Dam– 48 salmonid boats and 89 Washington bank rods were tallied during last Saturdays flight count.  Despite the not so perfect conditions over the weekend, some fish were caught with most of the catch being on the Washington bank in the Gorge.

Salmon/Steelhead:

Columbia River Tributaries

Cowlitz River – I-5 Br downstream: 22 bank rods kept 1 steelhead.

Above the I-5 Br:  11 bank rods had no catch.  13 boats/34 rods released 1 Chinook.

Last week, Tacoma Power employees recovered 302 winter-run steelhead adults, 19 spring Chinook adults, one spring Chinook jack and two cutthroat trout during five days of operations at the Cowlitz Salmon Hatchery separator.

During the past week Tacoma Power employees released 19 winter-run steelhead adults and two cutthroat trout into the Tilton River at Gust Backstrom Park in Morton and they released 14 winter-run steelhead adults and three spring Chinook adults into Lake Scanewa located in Randle.

Tacoma Power tagged and recycled 26 winter-run steelhead adults to the lower river.

River flows at Mayfield Dam are approximately 2,960 cubic feet per second on Monday, April 29. Water visibility is 11 feet and the water temperature is 49.5 F.

Kalama River – 32 bank anglers had no catch.  13 boats/26 rods released 1 steelhead.  15 adult Chinook have returned to the hatchery as of April 29th.

Lewis River – Little to no effort during the current steelhead season.  1 bank angler had no catch.

Wind River– Light effort due to the mud line from the Columbia pushing its way into the normal trolling areas. 18 boats/31 rods kept 6 Chinook and released 1 Chinook.

Drano Lake – Effort has been ramping up each week along with the catch.  Creel samplers still have not checked a Chinook off the bank this season but the boats have been producing some fish.  80 boats/174 rods kept 40 Chinook.

Klickitat River- 4 bank anglers kept 1 steelhead.

Trout:

Klickitat County:

Horsethief Lake- 15 anglers kept 30 Rainbow trout and released 4.

Rowland Lake- 37 anglers kept 108 Rainbow trout and released 68.

Spearfish Lake- 8 anglers kept 22 Rainbow trout and released 3.

Lewis County:

Carlise Lake- 55 anglers kept 34 Rainbow trout and released 224.

Mineral Lake- 88 anglers kept 189 Rainbow trout and released 239.

Catchable Trout Plants:  

Lake/Pond                           Date Species Number    Fish/lb Hatchery

Battle Ground (CLARK)          April 24, 2019 Cutthroat    3,000 2.50 Skamania

Klineline  (CLARK)              April 24, 2019 Cutthroat       2,110 2.50 Skamania

Horseshoe (COWLITZ)           April 22, 2019 Rainbow    3,000 2.13 Goldendale

Sacajawea (COWLITZ)           April 26, 2019 Rainbow    3,360 2.80 Mossyrock

Carlise (LEWIS)                       April 16, 2019 Rainbow 10,000         2.00

Mineral (LEWIS)                     April 23, 2019 Rainbow 2,875           2.50 Mossyrock