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Fishing report: Washington Columbia River mainstem, tributary sampling summary for May 2-8

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COLUMBIA RIVER TRIBUTARIES

SALMON/STEELHEAD

Cowlitz River from Interstate 5 Bridge downstream — 22 bank rods released one Chinook.

Cowlitz River above the I-5 Bridge — 14 bank rods released one Chinook.

Kalama River — 47 bank rods kept two Chinook; 24 boats/59 rods kept 19 Chinook and released four Chinook and two steelhead.

Lewis River — Two bank rods had no catch.

Wind River — 59 bank rods kept 11 Chinook and released two Chinook; 339 boats/1,156 rods kept 426 Chinook, six jacks and released 23 Chinook and three jacks.

Drano Lake — 72 bank rods kept 19 Chinook and two jacks; 357 boats/1,189 rods kept 462 Chinook, six jacks and released 29 Chinook and one jack.

Klickitat River below Fisher Hill Bridge — 24 bank rods kept four Chinook and released one steelhead..

Recent trout plants

Battle Ground Lake, May 9 — 1,555 rainbow, 1.80 fish per pound from Vancouver Hatchery.

Klineline Pond, May 9 — 2,000 rainbow, 2.40 fish per pound from Vancouver Hatchery.

Mayfield Reservoir, May 5 — 4,600 rainbow, 2.30 fish per pound from Mossyrock Hatchery.

Battle Ground Lake, May 4 — 20 rainbow, 0.20 fish per pound from Vancouver Hatchery.

Kress Lake, May 3 — 3,000 rainbow, 2.30 fish per pound from Goldendale Hatchery.

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