Fishing Seattle

Fishing Seattle : Where they’re biting, where they aren’t
Salmon and saltwater

Don Armeni ramp, West Seattle — Friday: 177 boats with 380 anglers caught 101 chinook, 16 coho, and 31 pink.; Saturday: 71 boats with 153 anglers caught 42 chinook, 25 coho, 24 pink, and 54 flatfish.

Everett ramp — Friday: 130 boats with 268 anglers caught 11 chinook, five coho, and 76 pink.

Edmonds pier — Friday: 44 anglers caught 10 chinook; Saturday: 70 anglers caught seven chinook, and one pink; Saturday: 323 boats with 719 anglers caught seven chinook, 26 coho, 430 pink, seven rockfish, and 100 flatfish; Sunday: 260 boats with 580 anglers caught three chinook, 14 coho, 392 pink, eight rockfish, and nine flatfish.

Shilshole ramp — Friday: 58 boats with 106 anglers caught 25 chinook, 21 coho, 11 pink, one rockfish, and 18 flatfish; Saturday: 42 boats with 77 anglers caught four chinook, 20 coho, eight pink, and 45 flatfish; Sunday: 45 boats with 95 anglers caught five chinook, 18 coho, and 17 pink.

Mukilteo ramp — Saturday: 70 boats with 154 anglers caught four coho, 181 pink, and 13 flatfish; Sunday: 15 boats with 32 anglers caught 53 pink and 28 flatfish.

Bellingham ramp — Saturday: 26 boats with 64 anglers caught one chinook, five pink, nine rockfish, one kelp greenling, and one cabezon; Sunday: 21 boats with 49 anglers caught three chinook, seven pink, and four rockfish.

Snug Harbor Moorage — Friday: Five boats with 11 anglers caught five pink; Saturday: Seven boats with 18 anglers caught seven pink; Sunday: Six boats with 15 anglers caught two pink and one sockeye.

Washington Park launch ramp — Friday: 10 boats with 15 anglers caught one chinook; Saturday: 23 boats with 54 anglers caught one chinook, four pink, one sockeye, seven rockfish, three kelp greenling, and one cabezon; Sunday: 19 boats with 39 anglers caught one chinook and 11 pink.

Coronet Bay public ramp — Friday: 26 boats with 62 anglers caught three chinook and 11 pink; Saturday: 56 boats with 120 anglers caught one coho, 15 pink, one sockeye, and one kelp greenling; Sunday: 50 boats with 116 anglers caught one chinook, 16 pink, one rockfish, and one kelp greenling.

Hood Canal public ramp — Friday: 18 boats with 39 anglers caught six chinook; Saturday: 25 boats with 49 anglers caught 10 chinook and two coho; Sunday: 37 boats with 86 anglers caught 35 chinook and one coho.

Narrows Marina — Friday: 10 boats with 15 anglers caught four chinook, two coho, and 12 flatfish; Sunday: 24 boats with 54 anglers caught nine chinook, four coho, seven pink, and three flatfish.

Point Defiance Park Boathouse and ramp, Tacoma — Friday: 24 boats with 41 anglers caught 13 chinook, three coho, and four pink; Saturday: 162 boats with 360 anglers caught 91 chinook, six coho, 25 pink, and 30 flatfish; Sunday: 81 boats with 187 anglers caught 40 chinook, six coho and 20 pink.

Solo Point — Friday: 11 boats with 22 anglers caught three chinook and 12 flatfish; Sunday: 23 boats with 26 anglers caught three rockfish and 29 flatfish.

Redondo ramp — Friday: 23 boats with 49 anglers caught five chinook, three coho, and three pink; Sunday: 59 boats with 121 anglers caught 17 chinook, 10 coho, 32 pink, and 20 flatfish.

Redondo Pier — Sunday: Eight anglers caught two chinook and two pink.

Zittels Marina — Friday: Seven boats with 12 anglers caught one chinook; Sunday: 18 boats with 51 anglers caught four chinook and one coho.

Gig Harbor ramp — Saturday: 24 boats with 47 anglers caught four chinook, two coho, and two pink; Sunday: 29 boats with 61 anglers caught 14 chinook, two coho, and four pink.

Rivers and lakes

Lower Columbia River — Last week: 421 bank anglers caught three chinook and 38 steelhead, and released 16 steelhead; 168 boats with 339 anglers caught six chinook and 55 steelhead, and released 22 steelhead; six bank anglers released three sturgeon; 95 boats with 279 anglers caught 58 sturgeon and released 281; 29 boat anglers released nine walleye.

Cowlitz River — Last week: Nine bank anglers caught one steelhead; 18 boat anglers caught seven steelhead and one cutthroat.

Wind River — Last week: Three boat anglers caught one steelhead.

Drano Lake — Last week: 12 bank anglers caught four steelhead and released one; 123 boat anglers caught one chinook and 69 steelhead, and released 38.

White Salmon River — Last week: 37 bank anglers caught seven chinook and two steelhead, and released six steelhead; 12 boat anglers caught nine steelhead and released four.
By Mark Yuasa
Seattle Times staff reporter

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