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Columbia River and tributaries salmon fishing report, Nov. 3

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Fishing reports for waters in southwest Washington, including the Columbia River and tributaries as reported to the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife for Nov. 3.

Always check the WDFW website at https://wdfw.wa.gov/fishing for the latest fishing rules and regulations as seasons can change or close quickly if necessary.

Columbia River mainstem

Salmon/Steelhead

Bonneville — 43 bank anglers kept three coho, two coho jacks and released one Chinook.

Camas/Washougal — Two boats/two rods had no catch.

Vancouver — Two boats/three rods had no catch.

Woodland — One boat/one rod had no catch.

Kalama — Six bank anglers had no catch.

Columbia River tributaries

Salmon/Steelhead

Lewis River — 13 bank rods kept two coho and released three Chinook and one coho.

Drano Lake — Five bank rods released three coho; two boats/four rods kept two coho and released two Chinook.

Klickitat River below Fisher Hill Bridge — 32 bank rods kept 23 coho and released two Chinook and two coho.

(NOTE: If a particular body of water that is usually included in the report but not listed here, there was no report.)

Tributary weir report

(Status as of Nov. 2)

Grays River — Uninstalled and removed from waterway.

Elochoman River — Installed and operating. Removal expected late December following coho run.

Green River — Installed and operating. Removal expected week of Nov. 1 after coho brood needs are met.

Coweeman River — Uninstalled and mostly removed from waterway.

Kalama River — Uninstalled and mostly removed from waterway.

Cedar Creek — Uninstalled and removed from waterway.

Washougal River — Uninstalled and removed from waterway.

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