2016 Puyallup River Fishing Report

Puyallup river opens for Coho
Posted by on October 14, 2016

 

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10/14/2016

 

2016 Puyallup River Fishing Report:

 

WDFW  FISHING RULE CHANGE

 

Puyallup River will open to retention of hatchery coho

Action: Retention of hatchery coho is permitted. 

Effective dates: Oct.16, 2016 through Dec. 31, 2016.

Species affected: Coho salmon

Location: Mainstem Puyallup River from 11th Street Bridge to the mouth of the Carbon River.

Reasons for action: Egg-take goals have been met at Voights Creek Hatchery.   Due to continued uncertainty surrounding wild coho escapement and conservation goals, anglers are required to release wild coho and wild steelhead. 

Other information: Regulations in the Puyallup River now allow for the retention of 2 chum salmon as described by the Sport fishing Rules 2016/2017. Effective Oct. 16 through Dec. 31, up to 2 adults may be retained of which only 2 may be any combination of chum and hatchery coho. Release chinook salmon and wild coho.

Information contact: James P. Losee (360) 902-2741, james.losee@dfw.wa.gov or Tara Livingood(360) 628-4223, tara.livingood@dfw.wa.gov

 

This Concludes our 2016 Puyallup River Fishing Report.

 


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