Here is the latest salmon catch data provided by state Fish and Wildlife:
Ilwaco (18,900 is hatchery catch quota and 10,200 is catch chinook quota): 1,296 anglers July 1-3 caught 158 chinook and 1,446 hatchery coho for 7.7 percent of the coho catch quota and 1.5 percent of the chinook catch quota. Average catch per rod was 0.12 for chinook and 1.12 for coho for a total catch per rod of 1.24.
Westport (16,600 is chinook catch quota): 1,755 anglers July 1-3 caught 431 chinook for 2.6 percent of the chinook catch quota. Average was 0.25 chinook per rod.
La Push (2,000 is chinok catch quota): 193 anglers July 13 caught 50 chinook (plus one coho illegally kept) for 2.5 percent of the catch quota. Average was 0.26 chinook per rod.
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Neah Bay (6,200 is chinook catch quota): 1,413 anglers July 1-3 caught 495 chinook (plus 16 coho iellegally kept) for 8.0 percent of the catch quota. Average was 0.35 chinook per rod.
Coast-wide (18,900 is hatchery catch quota for Ilwaco only, and 35,000 is chinook catch quota): 4,657 anglers July 1-3 caught 1,134 chinook and 1,463 hatchery coho for 7.7 percent of the hatchery coho catch quota and 3.2 percent of the chinook catch quota. Average was 0.24 for chinook and 0.31 for hatchery coho for total of 0.56 for a total catch per rod of 0.56.