Oregon is great place to live, especially for people who enjoy fishing on a regular basis. There is always a new spot to try out and with so many fisherman and women along the Columbia River Gorge you are sure to run into one another providing the perfect opportunity to exchange the latest fishing news. If you haven’t made any connections lately, no worries the Columbian Outdoors Reporter, Al Thomas has shared September’s hot fishing spots. Check out the Fishing Report for the Lower Columbia below.

Lower Columbia —Buoy 10 to Tongue Point, 317 anglers with 253 coho kept plus 256 fall chinook and 135 coho released. (ODFW)

Downstream of Puget Island, 51 boaters with 34 adult fall chinook, one jack chinook and two coho kept plus one adult chinook released; five bank rods with no catch. (WDFW)

Cathlamet, seven boaters with two adult fall chinook kept; 36 bank rods with six adult chinook kept. (WDFW)

Longview, 366 boaters with 131 adult chinook and one adult coho kept plus three adult chinook and one jack chinook released; 129 bank rods with 19 adult chinook, seven steelhead and one coho kept plus five steelhead released. (WDFW)

Cowlitz River mouth, 36 boaters with 15 adult chinook, two jack chinook and two steelhead kept plus one adult chinook released. (WDFW)

Kalama, 275 boaters with 92 adult chinook and two jack chinook kept plus one adult chinook released; 235 bank rods with 51 adult chinook and four jack chinook kept plus one steelhead released. (WDFW)

Woodland, 105 boaters with 37 adult chinook and one steelhead kept; 93 bank rods with 20 adult chinook and one jack chinook kept plus one jack chinook and one steelhead released. (WDFW)

Warrior Rock to Kelley Point, 94 boaters with 41 adult fall chinook kept; 102 bank rods with 26 adult chinook kept. (WDFW)

Tongue Point to Portland, 831 boaters with 294 adult chinook, two jack chinook, four adult coho and nine steelhead kept plus four adult chinook, one jack chinook, one adult coho and one steelhead released. (ODFW)

Davis Bar to Portland airport tower, 10 boaters with no catch; 32 bank rods with one chinook kept and two steelhead released. (WDFW)

Troutdale, Ore., 47 boaters with three adult fall chinook kept; five boaters with 22 walleye kept and two released. (ODFW)

Camas-Washougal, 34 boaters with two adult chinook kept. (WDFW)

North Bonneville, four boaters with one adult chinook kept; 35 bank rods with 12 adult chinook and one steelhead. (WDFW)

Columbia Gorge (downstream of Bonneville Dam), 10 boaters with eight adult chinook kept; 37 Oregon bank rods with 10 adult chinook kept. (ODFW)

SRC: Check out the entire Fishing Report for September 2015 at: www.columbian.com/news/2015/sep/03/columbia-river-fishing-report-september-2015/

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