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To Klamath Water Users,  followed by ODFW report
Attached is the ODFW report covering the end of the Spring Salmon Opportunity off the Oregon Cost.  July and August are closed in response to Klamath Fall Chinook concerns and the troll season will resume September 1, from Cape Falcon Oregon to the OR/CA border.
Effort is down for 2005, yet catch estimates are up even with Coos Bay Cell Closed the entire month of June and the Newport Cell fishing only 3 days a week in May.
It is not too late for Oregon Salmon Trollers to salvage a reasonable season if the currently warm water off Oregon cools and the weather coorporates in September and October.
Currently the wind has blown most of the first 15 days of July and the water is very warm (Tuna water) so not much salmon opportunity has been lost. 
Thank-you for keeping me informed through your Newsletter on your concerns and issues
 Salmon Advisory Subpanel, PFMC
Member, Regulatory Committee, Oregon Salmon Commission
Newberg, Oregon, 97132




Through Week 27 (June 27 July 3)

Weekly counts reflect landings in that week and may include landings after a season closure.


Catch and effort are reported by area of catch for all Oregon landings:

Area 2 Columbia River Area Includes effort and catch from Leadbetter Point, WA to Cape Falcon

Area 3 Tillamook Area Includes effort and catch from Cape Falcon to Cascade Head

Area 4 Newport Area Includes effort and catch from Cascade Head to Heceta Head

Area 5 Coos Bay Area Includes effort and catch from Heceta Head to Humbug Mountain

Area 6 Brookings Area Includes effort and catch from Humbug Mountain to Point St. George, CA

Area 1 Washington Area Includes effort and catch north of Leadbetter Pt., WA that was landed in Oregon

Area 7 California Area Includes effort and catch from south of Pt St. George, CA that was landed in Oregon

Area 8 Alaska Area Includes effort and catch in Alaska that was landed in Oregon

*Area is closed to commercial salmon fishing

Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife

Marine Resources Program

Carrie White, Data Services Assistant

2040 SE Marine Science Drive

Newport, OR 97365

(541) 867-4741 x243






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