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Current report

2016 PFMC Ocean Sport Quota Report
Through July 24
Reports updated Wednesday or Thursday as data becomes available

Columbia Ocean Area Totals
Westport Totals
La Push Totals
Neah Bay Totals
Coastwide Ocean Totals

All-species salmon fishery:
The area between the U.S.-Canada border and Cape Falcon, OR opened for salmon fishing on July 1. The Columbia Ocean Area is open for all salmon species; all other ocean areas are open for all species except coho. Catch details for each of the areas are described below.

In-season Management Actions:
July 20 Effective 12:01AM Saturday, July 23, increase the daily bag limit in the Westport area to 2 salmon per day, all salmon except coho.

 

COASTWIDE OCEAN TOTALS Coho quota: 18,900
Chinook quota: 35,000
Stat
Week
Dates Number
of Anglers
Number
of Chinook
Number
of Coho
Cumulative
Chinook
Cumulative
Coho
Percent of
Coho Quota
Percent of
Chinook Quota
27 Jul 1-3 4,657 1,134 1,463 1,134 1,463 7.7% 3.2%
28 Jul 4-10 4,685 1,491 1,478 2,626 2,940 15.6% 7.5%
29 Jul 11-17 6,539 3,046 1,684 5,671 4,624 24.5% 16.2%
30 Jul 18-24 7,681 3,548 645 9,250 5,410 28.6% 26.4%

 

Columbia Ocean Area (including Oregon)
A total of 3,037 anglers participated in the all-species salmon fishery July 18-24, landing 1,354 Chinook and 610 coho. Through Sunday, July 24, a total of 2,409 Chinook (24% of the area guideline) and 5,410 coho (coastwide; 29% of the area sub-quota) have been landed.

COLUMBIA OCEAN AREA
(including Oregon)
Coho quota: 18,900
Chinook guideline: 10,200
Stat
Week
Dates Number
of Anglers
Number
of Chinook
Number
of Coho
Cumulative
Chinook
Cumulative
Coho
Percent of
Coho Quota
Percent of
Chinook Guideline
27 Jul 1-3 1,296 158 1,446 158 1,446 7.7% 1.5%
28 Jul 4-10 1,212 57 1,467 214 2,912 15.4% 2.1%
29 Jul 11-17 2,156 811 1,467 1,025 4,380 23.2% 10.1%
30 Jul 18-24 3,037 1,354 610 2,409 5,131 27.1% 23.6%

 

Westport
A total of 3,033 anglers participated in the salmon fishery July 18-24, landing 1,490 Chinook. Anglers fishing in the Columbia Ocean area also landed 33 coho into Westport. Through Sunday, July 24, a total of 3,794 Chinook (23% of the area guideline) have been landed.

WESTPORT AREA Coho quota: 0
Chinook guideline: 16,600
Stat
Week
Dates Number
of Anglers
Number
of Chinook
Number
of Coho
Cumulative
Chinook
Cumulative
Coho
Percent of
Chinook Guideline
Chinook
per angler trip
27 Jul 1-3 1,755 431 0 431 0 2.6% 0.25
28 Jul 4-10 1,441 681 3 1,112 3 6.7% 0.47
29 Jul 11-17 2,331 1,192 215 2,305 218 13.9% 0.51
30 Jul 18-24 3,033 1,490 33 3,794 251 22.9% 0.49

 

La Push
A total of 235 anglers participated in the salmon fishery July 18-24, landing 104 Chinook. Through Sunday, July 24, a total of 220 Chinook (11% of the area guideline) have been landed.

LA PUSH Coho quota: 0
Chinook guideline: 2,000
Stat
Week
Dates Number
of Anglers
Number
of Chinook
Number
of Coho
Cumulative
Chinook
Cumulative
Coho
Percent of
Chinook Guideline
Chinook
per angler trip
27 Jul 1-3 193 50 1 50 1 2.5% 0.26
28 Jul 4-10 134 20 0 71 1 3.5% 0.15
29 Jul 11-17 109 44 2 115 3 5.8% 0.41
30 Jul 18-24 235 104 0 220 3 11.0% 0.44

 

Neah Bay
A total of 1,376 anglers participated in the salmon fishery July 18-24, landing 600 Chinook. Through Sunday, July 24, a total of 2,826 Chinook (46% of the area guideline) have been landed.

NEAH BAY Coho quota: 0
Chinook guideline: 6,200
Stat
Week
Dates Number
of Anglers
Number
of Chinook
Number
of Coho
Cumulative
Chinook
Cumulative
Coho
Percent of
Chinook Guideline
Chinook
per angler trip
27 Jul 1-3 1413 495 16 495 16 8.0% 0.35
28 Jul 4-10 1,899 734 8 1,228 24 19.8% 0.39
29 Jul 11-17 1,942 998 0 2,227 24 35.9% 0.51
30 Jul 18-24 1,376 600 2 2,826 26 45.6% 0.44