Buoy 10 will be open for Chinook and hatchery coho today and continue through Sept. 1. Anglers will have a two-salmon daily limit, only one of which may be a Chinook.
The mainstem Columbia River from the Rocky Point/Tongue Point line upstream to Bonneville Dam will be open for Chinook (adipose fin clipped or not) and hatchery coho but close for sockeye beginning today. Anglers will be allowed to retain one adult Chinook as part of their two adult salmonid daily limit.
Lower Columbia — Estuary, 29 bank rods with 10 steelhead kept, plus 13 released; 58 boaters with 46 steelhead kept, plus 38 steelhead and one chinook released.
Cathlamet, 133 bank rods with 17 steelhead kept and 22 released; 76 boaters with 27 steelhead kept and 24 released.
Longview, 456 bank rods with 68 steelhead and one sockeye kept, plus 71 steelhead released; 254 boaters with 59 steelhead kept and 67 steelhead and one chinook released; nine boaters with 40 sublegal and one legal sturgeon released.
Cowlitz, 19 boaters with 6 steelhead kept and 5 released.
Kalama, 339 bank rods with 31 steelhead kept, plus 56 steelhead, one adult chinook and one chinook jack released; 127 boaters with 17 steelhead kept and 32 steelhead and two chinook released.
Woodland, 401 bank rods with 66 steelhead kept, plus 102 steelhead and one chinook jack released; 77 boaters with nine steelhead kept and 14 released; two boaters with four Walleye kept.
Vancouver, 162 bank rods with 20 steelhead kept, plus 27 steelhead and one adult chinook released; 154 boaters with 19 steelhead kept, plus 32 released.
Section 3, 67 bank rods with nine steelhead kept, plus four steelhead; 11 boaters with two steelhead and one chinook released.
Camas/Washougal, 48 bank rods with no steelhead caught; 35 boaters with one steelhead and one chinook released; 25 boaters with 10 walleye kept.
Bonneville, 313 bank rods with 43 steelhead kept, plus 123 steelhead, two adult chinook and one chinook jack released; nine boaters with three steelhead kept and six released.