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Last call for salmon on Southwest Washington rivers

Late-run coho can still be caught for the next few weeks

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Scott Stulgis holds a fine 'B' run Cowlitz coho salmon, taken while fishing with guide Dave Mallahan of Fishing with Dave guide service. There are still late run coho to be found in local rivers, but anglers need to get out soon before its all over.
Scott Stulgis holds a fine 'B' run Cowlitz coho salmon, taken while fishing with guide Dave Mallahan of Fishing with Dave guide service. There are still late run coho to be found in local rivers, but anglers need to get out soon before its all over. (Terry Otto for The Columbian) Photo Gallery

Fog hung over the Cowlitz River in the predawn darkness. Dreary mists rose from the river and crawled across the surface. It was bitter cold.

Hunkered deep into my heavy layers, I was surprised when the local angler across the boat from me, Scott Stulgis, sat down in shorts.

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