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NF Lewis today - 6:31 p.m. 11/12/2016
I agree with Alan, cant even tell you how many times I have gone out lately and not a thing, You name it, I have rigged it and tried it. Lots of time watching technique videos, and going out trying it out and seeing if it works for me. Finally today I came back into twitching, landed 5 this afternoon. 3 native, 1 silver hatch, and a big ol red buck. Felt great to have a tight line again! The addiction will continue.

ryan - vancouver, wa

fishing, not catching - 9:21 a.m. 11/12/2016
So many new fishermen think that just
because they are going out and trying
that they automatically should be
catching fish. It doesn't work that
way. Put the time in. Go 8 trips
without a bite. Catch 3 fish the next
hour. It's called fishing, not called
catching.

alan

09NOV16 - 10:54 p.m. 11/11/2016
Hi Guys! I've read all your reporting on the
steelhead and I'm impressed I'm from eastern
wa so we usually would drift the bridges and
run slip bobbers with sand shrimp to catch
em.. I've been on the Lewis twice now both
times at the North Fork I launched out of
Haapa Saturday morning and there were tons
of boats as it made me uncomfortable how
fast that current was moving plus I didn't want
to be that one new guy that's getting in all the
local boys way. So I proceeded downriver and
anchored by the bridge and quickly changed
out from a slip bobber rig to jet divers with
eggs on a 3' leader.. not a single bite.... so I
got brave again and went out on Thursday
only 1 other guy out there so I told myself
screw it im gonna try it and this time I put on a
5' leader with a jet diver while back trolling the
current with my 115 jet as it's my only motor at
the moment again not a single stroke... any
advice? Am I doing something wrong? Any
advice helps let me know if i should buy other
gear nothing to spend though I'm
Just a broke military guy haha cheers- Lucas

Sent from my iPhone

Lucas - Vancouver wa
Williamlcollins_93@hotmail.com

Swift - 9:36 a.m. 11/7/2016
Fished swift yesterday. I got out there a little
late. Fished from 12 to3. 3 rods with 2 ounces
30 to 40 ft back. 3 nice bows 13 to 14 inches.
Released 3 smaller fish. A few hits that didn't
stick. I heard the bite was better earlier.

Jerry - Woodland
Jdbro123@icloud.com

Columbia River reopens for coho, steelhead from the mouth to Pasco Action: Beginning Nov. 5, anglers may again catch and retain coho salmon and steelhead on the mainstem Columbia downstream of the Highway 395 Bridge near Pasco, Washington. Species affected: Coho and steelhead Effective dates: Nov. 5 through Dec. 31, 2016. Location: Mainstem Columbia from Buoy 10 upstream to the Highway 395 Bridge. Reason for action: Wild Snake River fall chinook salmon have cleared the Columbia River, and there are more coho and hatchery steelhead available for harvest. Fishing for salmon and steelhead has been closed since Oct. 22 in those waters to protect Snake River fall chinook, which are listed as threatened under the federal Endangered Species Act. Additional information: The daily limit is two salmonids, only one of which may be a hatchery steelhead. The fishery will remain closed from Beacon Rock to Bonneville Dam. Information contact: (360) 696-6211. For latest information press *1010. Fishers must have a current Washington fishing license, appropriate to the fishery. Check the WDFW "Fishing in Washington" rules pamphlet for details on fishing seasons and regulations. Fishing rules are subject to change. Check the WDFW Fishing hotline for the latest rule information at (360) 902-2500, press 2 for recreational rules. For the Shellfish Rule Change hotline call (360)796-3215 or toll free 1-866-880-5431. Persons - 10:21 a.m. 11/4/2016
Columbia River reopens for coho,
steelhead from the mouth to Pasco

Action: Beginning Nov. 5, anglers may
again catch and retain coho salmon
and steelhead on the mainstem
Columbia downstream of the Highway
395 Bridge near Pasco, Washington.

Species affected: Coho and steelhead

Effective dates: Nov. 5 through Dec.
31, 2016.

Location: Mainstem Columbia from Buoy
10 upstream to the Highway 395
Bridge.

Reason for action: Wild Snake River
fall chinook salmon have cleared the
Columbia River, and there are more
coho and hatchery steelhead available
for harvest. Fishing for salmon and
steelhead has been closed since Oct.
22 in those waters to protect Snake
River fall chinook, which are listed
as threatened under the federal
Endangered Species Act.

Additional information: The daily
limit is two salmonids, only one of
which may be a hatchery steelhead.
The fishery will remain closed from
Beacon Rock to Bonneville Dam.

Information contact: (360) 696-6211.
For latest information press *1010.

Fishers must have a current
Washington fishing license,
appropriate to the fishery. Check the
WDFW "Fishing in Washington" rules
pamphlet for details on fishing
seasons and regulations. Fishing
rules are subject to change. Check
the WDFW Fishing hotline for the
latest rule information at (360) 902-
2500, press 2 for recreational rules.
For the Shellfish Rule Change hotline
call (360)796-3215 or toll free 1-
866-880-5431.
Persons

Noel Johnson - Woodland
Noel@lewisriver.com
www.lewisriver.com

Weekender report - 11:08 a.m. 11/1/2016
Columbia River salmon/steelhead:
While downsized projections of this
year's chinook run brought an early
end to fall salmon and steelhead
fishing seasons on the mainstem
Columbia River, other options remain
in rivers and lakes throughout the
region.

Fishing for all salmon species and
steelhead is closed through the end
of the year from Buoy 10 upriver to
the Hwy 395 Bridge in Pasco. The
closure is based on an updated
forecast for fall chinook indicating
the "upriver brights" component of
run was returning at 71 percent of
the preseason forecast. That portion
of the run includes Snake River wild
chinook salmon listed for protection
under the federal Endangered Species
Act.

Under the reduced projection, non-
treaty fisheries had already reached
the impact limit on upriver bright
chinook when the fishery closed Oct.
22. Fishery managers from Washington
and Oregon agreed to also close the
recreational coho salmon and
steelhead seasons to prevent any
additional chinook mortalities that
might have occurred as the result of
incidental bycatch.

For more information, see the
Emergency Rule Change on the
Washington Department of Fish and
Wildlife's (WDFW) website.

Fishing the tributaries: Although
salmon and steelhead fishing is
closed on the mainstem Columbia
River, that's not the case for area
tributaries. And while salmon
fisheries are winding down, anglers
can look forward to the traditional
start of the winter steelhead season
on Thanksgiving Day.

"The big storm in late October really
helped to get the coho moving, and
winter steelhead are following right
behind them," said Joe Hymer, a WDFW
biologist. "A lot of anglers will be
working their favorite rivers for
both species."

The daily limit on most tributaries
is three hatchery steelhead plus
the salmon limit listed for
individual rivers in the Fishing in
Washington rules pamphlet. Only
hatchery-reared steelhead with a
clipped adipose fin may be retained,
and anglers must keep the first three
hatchery steelhead they catch.

Major destinations for hatchery-
reared steelhead include the Cowlitz,
Kalama, Lewis (including the north
fork), Washougal, Elochoman and Grays
rivers, along with Salmon Creek in
Clark County and Rock Creek in
Skamania County.

Starting Nov. 1, several other rivers
and creeks open for steelhead
fishing, including Abernathy, Coal,
Germany, Mill (Cowlitz Co.), and
Skamokawa creeks and the Coweeman
River in Cowlitz County, and Cedar
Creek in Clark County. As with the
others, the limit is three hatchery
steelhead per day. Beginning this
year, angler can also retain hatchery
salmon to help reduce the number of
strays in these streams.

WDFW's Hatchery Escapement Reports
and the 2015 Hatchery Steelhead Smolt
Stocking report can provide a good
indication of the number of fish
returning to each river. "Based on
the upriver summer run returns, we
might have a few less winter
steelhead this year, but we'll know a
lot more once they start moving into
the rivers," Hymer said.

Sturgeon fishing: Catch-and-release
fisheries are open in all areas of
the Columbia River below Priest
Rapids Dam except for the Hanford
area from the Old Hanford townsite
wooden powerlines upstream to the
Vernita Bridge. While none of those
waters are open to retention fishing,
Hymer suggests anglers give catch-
and-release fishing a try. "Sturgeon
are providing quite a bit of action
out there right now," he said.

Trout: Hatchery crews will be
stocking six lakes in southwest
Washington with thousands of large
rainbow trout in preparation for
WDFW's fifth annual "Black Friday"
fishing event on the day after
Thanksgiving. Most of those fish
weigh in at 1.25 pounds, although
some run 3 to 5 pounds each. Lakes
and ponds set to receive those fish
include Fort Borst Pond, South Lewis
County Park Pond, Kress Lake,
Klineline Pond, Battleground Lake and
Rowland Lake. These lakes will be
closed Nov. 21-24 for stocking and
reopen Nov. 25.

In addition, other waters that can be
a lot of fun depending on weather and
snow conditions are Goose Lake and
Swift Reservoir in Skamania County.
Both waters can be excellent fall
fisheries for beautiful trout. Swift
has a daily limit of 10 hatchery
trout and is open through the end of
November. Goose Lake is a drive-up
mountain lake above Carson on Forest
Service land. Anglers usually fish
from a small boat or float tube for
abundant cutthroat, rainbow, eastern
brook, and brown trout. Access to the
lake will become difficult as the
snow arrives and blocks the road.

Noel Johnson - Woodland
Noel@lewisriver.com
www.lewisriver.com

Marine Area 10 winter crab fishery to close early; Areas 11, 13 remain closed for the season OLYMPIA The recreational Dungeness crab fishery in Marine Area 10 (Seattle/Bremerton) will close about six weeks early due to low numbers of crab in the area, state shellfish managers said today. The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) also announced that marine areas 11 (Tacoma-Vashon Island) and 13 (south Sound) will remain closed for the winter crabbing season. Harvest numbers from the summer crab fishery in both areas indicate sport crabbers have reached their quota for the year, said Rich Childers, shellfish manager for WDFW. "We're taking these steps to protect crab populations in all three marine areas," Childers said. The Marine Area 10 crab fishery will close at 6 p.m., Nov. 15. WDFW previously planned to close the area Dec. 31, but is closing it early due to low crab abundance. Currently, eight marine areas remain open seven days a week through Dec. 31: marine areas 4 (Neah Bay, east of the Tatoosh-Bonilla line), 5 (Sekiu), 6 (eastern Strait of Juan de Fuca), 7 (San Juan Islands), 8-1 (Deception Pass, Hope Island, and Skagit Bay), 8-2 (Port Susan and Port Gardner), 9 (Admiralty Inlet, Port Gamble, and Port Ludlow), and 12 (Hood Canal). The daily catch limit in Puget Sound is five Dungeness crab, males only, in hard-shell condition with a minimum carapace width of 6 inches. In addition, fishers may catch six red rock crab of either sex per day, provided those crab measure at least 5 inches across. Additional information is available on WDFW's website at http://wdfw.wa.gov/fishing/shellfish/crab/ All Dungeness crab caught in the late-season fishery must be recorded on winter catch cards, which are valid through Dec. 31. Winter cards are available at license vendors across the state. Winter catch reports are due to WDFW by Feb. 1, 2017. For more information on catch record cards, visit WDFW's website at http://wdfw.wa.gov/fishing/shellfish/crab/crc.html Persons with disabilities who need to receive this information in an alternative format or who need reasonable accommodations to participate in WDFW-sponsored public meetings or other activities may contact Dolores Noyes by phone (360-902-2349), TTY (360-902-2207), or email (dolores.noyes@dfw.wa.gov). For more information, see http://wdfw.wa.gov/accessibility/reasonable_request.html. - 3:04 p.m. 10/28/2016
Marine Area 10 winter crab fishery to
close early;
Areas 11, 13 remain closed for the
season

OLYMPIA The recreational Dungeness
crab fishery in Marine Area 10
(Seattle/Bremerton) will close about
six weeks early due to low numbers of
crab in the area, state shellfish
managers said today.

The Washington Department of Fish and
Wildlife (WDFW) also announced that
marine areas 11 (Tacoma-Vashon
Island) and 13 (south Sound) will
remain closed for the winter crabbing
season. Harvest numbers from the
summer crab fishery in both areas
indicate sport crabbers have reached
their quota for the year, said Rich
Childers, shellfish manager for WDFW.

"We're taking these steps to protect
crab populations in all three marine
areas," Childers said.

The Marine Area 10 crab fishery will
close at 6 p.m., Nov. 15. WDFW
previously planned to close the area
Dec. 31, but is closing it early due
to low crab abundance.

Currently, eight marine areas remain
open seven days a week through Dec.
31: marine areas 4 (Neah Bay, east of
the Tatoosh-Bonilla line), 5 (Sekiu),
6 (eastern Strait of Juan de Fuca), 7
(San Juan Islands), 8-1 (Deception
Pass, Hope Island, and Skagit Bay),
8-2 (Port Susan and Port Gardner), 9
(Admiralty Inlet, Port Gamble, and
Port Ludlow), and 12 (Hood Canal).

The daily catch limit in Puget Sound
is five Dungeness crab, males only,
in hard-shell condition with a
minimum carapace width of 6 inches.
In addition, fishers may catch six
red rock crab of either sex per day,
provided those crab measure at least
5 inches across. Additional
information is available on WDFW's
website at
http://wdfw.wa.gov/fishing/shellfish/
crab/

All Dungeness crab caught in the
late-season fishery must be recorded
on winter catch cards, which are
valid through Dec. 31. Winter cards
are available at license vendors
across the state.

Winter catch reports are due to WDFW
by Feb. 1, 2017. For more information
on catch record cards, visit WDFW's
website at
http://wdfw.wa.gov/fishing/shellfish/
crab/crc.html

Persons with disabilities who need to
receive this information in an
alternative format or who need
reasonable accommodations to
participate in WDFW-sponsored public
meetings or other activities may
contact Dolores Noyes by phone (360-
902-2349), TTY (360-902-2207), or
email (dolores.noyes@dfw.wa.gov). For
more information, see
http://wdfw.wa.gov/accessibility/reas
onable_request.html.

Noel Johnson - Woodland
Noel@lewisriver.com
www.lewisriver.com

Dear Interested Party: The USFWS Washington Fish and Wildlife Office's Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) for habitat restoration and species recovery programs is now available for Fiscal Year 2017 funding and technical assistance. Program eligibility is limited to projects and activities in the state of Washington. Please see the attached summary and/or our website (http://www.fws.gov/wafwo/funding_NOFA.html) for more information. If you feel you have a project that meets the goals of our programs, call or email a Program Contact identified in the attached announcement to discuss your project. We will work with you to determine if your project may be eligible for funding and the Program Contact will email you a Project Summary form. To ensure your project receives highest priority consideration for funding, please submit a Project Summary form on or before January 20, 2017. General program questions can also be sent to this email inbox (FW1restoration@fws.gov) where they will be forwarded to an appropriate Program Contact for follow up. Thank-you for your interest in fish and wildlife conservation activities. Sincerely, Ginger Phalen, Acting Division Manager Environmental Assessment and Restoration U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Washington Fish & Wildlife Office 510 Desmond Dr. SE, Suite 102 Lacey, WA 98503 office: (360) 753-5819 email: ginger_phalen@fws.gov - 10:00 a.m. 10/28/2016
Dear Interested Party:

The USFWS Washington Fish and
Wildlife Office's Notice of Funding
Availability (NOFA) for habitat
restoration and species recovery
programs is now available for Fiscal
Year 2017 funding and technical
assistance. Program eligibility is
limited to projects and activities in
the state of Washington. Please see
the attached summary and/or our
website
(http://www.fws.gov/wafwo/funding_NOF
A.html) for more information. If you
feel you have a project that meets
the goals of our programs, call or
email a Program Contact identified in
the attached announcement to discuss
your project. We will work with you
to determine if your project may be
eligible for funding and the Program
Contact will email you a Project
Summary form. To ensure your project
receives highest priority
consideration for funding, please
submit a Project Summary form on or
before January 20, 2017.

General program questions can also be
sent to this email inbox
(FW1restoration@fws.gov) where they
will be forwarded to an appropriate
Program Contact for follow up.

Thank-you for your interest in fish
and wildlife conservation activities.

Sincerely,

Ginger Phalen, Acting Division
Manager

Environmental Assessment and
Restoration

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

Washington Fish & Wildlife Office

510 Desmond Dr. SE, Suite 102

Lacey, WA 98503

office: (360) 753-5819

email: ginger_phalen@fws.gov


Noel Johnson - Woodland
Noel@lewisriver.com
www.lewisriver.com

Anglers limited to 1 chinook per day in marine areas 8-1, 8-2, 9, and 10 Action: The daily limit for hatchery chinook salmon in marine areas 8-1, 8-2, 9, and 10 will be reduced to 1 chinook, with a 2 salmon limit. All coho and wild chinook salmon must be released. Effective locations and dates: Marine Area 8-1 (Deception Pass, Hope Island and Skagit Bay): Nov. 1, 2016 through April 30, 2017. Marine Area 8-2 (Port Susan and Port Gardner): Nov. 1, 2016 through April 30, 2017. Marine Area 9 (Admiralty Inlet): Nov. 1 through Nov. 30, 2016 and Jan. 16 through Apr. 30, 2017. Marine Area 10 (Seattle/Bremerton): Nov. 1, 2016 through Feb. 28, 2017. Species affected: Chinook salmon Reason for action: Before the salmon fishing season started, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) and tribal co-managers agreed to a limited number of chinook encounters retaining or releasing fish anglers are allowed in Marine Areas 8-1, 8-2, 9, and 10. The department is modifying these fisheries to try to stay within the agreed to number of encounters, increasing the likelihood of providing season-long fisheries. WDFW consulted with its Puget Sound sportfishing advisors in making this change. Other information: WDFW will continue to monitor and evaluate these marine area fisheries. Information Contact: Mark Baltzell, (360) 902-2807 or Ryan Lothrop (360) 902-2808. Fishers must have a current Washington fishing license, appropriate to the fishery. Check the WDFW "Fishing in Washington" rules pamphlet for details on fishing seasons and regulations. Fishing rules are subject to change. Check the WDFW Fishing hotline for the latest rule information at (360) 902-2500, press 2 for recreational rules. For the Shellfish Rule Change hotline call (360)796-3215 or toll free 1-866-880-5431. Persons with disabilities who need to receive this information in an alternative format or who need reasonable accommodations to participate - 9:55 a.m. 10/26/2016
Anglers limited to 1 chinook per day
in marine areas 8-1, 8-2, 9, and 10

Action: The daily limit for hatchery
chinook salmon in marine areas 8-1,
8-2, 9, and 10 will be reduced to 1
chinook, with a 2 salmon limit. All
coho and wild chinook salmon must be
released.

Effective locations and dates:

Marine Area 8-1 (Deception Pass, Hope
Island and Skagit Bay): Nov. 1, 2016
through April 30, 2017.
Marine Area 8-2 (Port Susan and Port
Gardner): Nov. 1, 2016 through April
30, 2017.
Marine Area 9 (Admiralty Inlet): Nov.
1 through Nov. 30, 2016 and Jan. 16
through Apr. 30, 2017.
Marine Area 10 (Seattle/Bremerton):
Nov. 1, 2016 through Feb. 28, 2017.
Species affected: Chinook salmon

Reason for action: Before the salmon
fishing season started, the
Washington Department of Fish and
Wildlife (WDFW) and tribal co-
managers agreed to a limited number
of chinook encounters retaining or
releasing fish anglers are allowed
in Marine Areas 8-1, 8-2, 9, and 10.

The department is modifying these
fisheries to try to stay within the
agreed to number of encounters,
increasing the likelihood of
providing season-long fisheries. WDFW
consulted with its Puget Sound
sportfishing advisors in making this
change.

Other information: WDFW will continue
to monitor and evaluate these marine
area fisheries.

Information Contact: Mark Baltzell,
(360) 902-2807 or Ryan Lothrop (360)
902-2808.

Fishers must have a current
Washington fishing license,
appropriate to the fishery. Check the
WDFW "Fishing in Washington" rules
pamphlet for details on fishing
seasons and regulations. Fishing
rules are subject to change. Check
the WDFW Fishing hotline for the
latest rule information at (360) 902-
2500, press 2 for recreational rules.
For the Shellfish Rule Change hotline
call (360)796-3215 or toll free 1-
866-880-5431.
Persons with disabilities who need to
receive this information in an
alternative format or who need
reasonable accommodations to
participate

Noel Johnson - Woodland
Noel@lewisriver.com
www.lewisriver.com

Snohomish, Skykomish and Wallace rivers to open for gamefish; coho fishing season extended Action: Opens the Snohomish River, the Skykomish River and the Wallace River to fishing for gamefish beginning Oct. 22. Extends the coho fisheries on these three rivers through Nov. 30. Species affected: Coho salmon and gamefish. Reason for action: State and tribal co-managers had agreed to limited coho fisheries, Oct. 11 through Oct. 31, on these rivers but kept the rivers closed to fishing for gamefish. The co-managers agree that the coho return is strong enough to extend the coho fisheries through Nov. 30 and open gamefish fisheries on Oct. 22, rather than Nov. 1, as scheduled. Effective locations and dates: Snohomish River (Snohomish County) from the mouth (Burlington-Northern Railroad bridges), including all channels, sloughs, and interconnected waterways, but excluding all tributaries, upstream to the confluence of the Skykomish and Snoqualmie rivers. Open for gamefish Oct. 22. Open for coho fishing through Nov. 30. Skykomish River from the mouth upstream to the confluence with the Wallace River. Open for gamefish Oct. 22. Open for coho fishing through Nov. 30. Fishing from a floating device is prohibited Nov. 1 through Nov. 30 from the boat ramp below Lewis St. Bridge at Monroe to a point 2,500 feet downstream from the ramp, and from 1,000 feet downstream of the Reiter Ponds outlet to 1,500 feet upstream. Wallace River from the mouth (farthest downstream railroad bridge) to 200 feet upstream of the hatchery water intake. Open for gamefish Oct. 22. Open for coho fishing through Nov. 30. Fishing from a floating device is prohibited on the Wallace River from Nov. 1 through Nov. 30. Rules: Night - 7:42 a.m. 10/22/2016
Snohomish, Skykomish and Wallace
rivers to open
for gamefish; coho fishing season
extended

Action: Opens the Snohomish River,
the Skykomish River and the Wallace
River to fishing for gamefish
beginning Oct. 22. Extends the coho
fisheries on these three rivers
through Nov. 30.

Species affected: Coho salmon and
gamefish.

Reason for action: State and tribal
co-managers had agreed to limited
coho fisheries, Oct. 11 through Oct.
31, on these rivers but kept the
rivers closed to fishing for
gamefish. The co-managers agree that
the coho return is strong enough to
extend the coho fisheries through
Nov. 30 and open gamefish fisheries
on Oct. 22, rather than Nov. 1, as
scheduled.

Effective locations and dates:

Snohomish River (Snohomish County)
from the mouth (Burlington-Northern
Railroad bridges), including all
channels, sloughs, and interconnected
waterways, but excluding all
tributaries, upstream to the
confluence of the Skykomish and
Snoqualmie rivers. Open for gamefish
Oct. 22. Open for coho fishing
through Nov. 30.

Skykomish River from the mouth
upstream to the confluence with the
Wallace River. Open for gamefish Oct.
22. Open for coho fishing through
Nov. 30. Fishing from a floating
device is prohibited Nov. 1 through
Nov. 30 from the boat ramp below
Lewis St. Bridge at Monroe to a point
2,500 feet downstream from the ramp,
and from 1,000 feet downstream of the
Reiter Ponds outlet to 1,500 feet
upstream.

Wallace River from the mouth
(farthest downstream railroad bridge)
to 200 feet upstream of the hatchery
water intake. Open for gamefish Oct.
22. Open for coho fishing through
Nov. 30. Fishing from a floating
device is prohibited on the Wallace
River from Nov. 1 through Nov. 30.

Rules:

Night

Noel Johnson - Woodland
Noel@lewisriver.com
www.lewisriver.com

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