Fishing report Jan. 17

first_imgFishing report Jan. 17 By Terry Otto, Columbian staff writer Published: January 16, 2019, 11:16pm Recent trout plantsBattle Ground Lake (Clark County): 1,500 rainbow trout at 2.2 per pound were planted on Jan. 7Icehouse Lake (Skamania County): 1,000 rainbow trout at 2.2 per pound were planted on Jan. 8Klineline Pond (Clark County): 1,500 rainbow trout at 2.2 per pound were stocked on Jan. 7Kress Lake (Cowlitz County): planted with 2,000 rainbow trout on Jan. 2. Also planted with 13 steelhead on Jan. 7. (WDFW) White sturgeon retention is closed from Buoy 10 upstream to Bonneville Dam, and in The Dalles Pool but remains an option for catch-and-release fishing.Bonneville and John Day pools are open to the retention of white sturgeon until quotas are reached (under permanent regulations). Anglers are advised to check weather conditions before driving to the gorge.The area from Buoy 10 upstream to the Interstate 5 Bridge is open for hatchery Chinook salmon (coho remains closed); and hatchery steelhead is open from Buoy 10 upstream to the Oregon/Washington Border under permanent regulations. Check the Sport Fishing Regulations for retention details.Walleye fishing is improving in the John Day pool.A few winter steelhead should be available for anglers plunking from the beaches on the lower Columbia River. Steelheading in local rivers is slow. Share: Washougal River, including Camas Slough: until further notice, from the mouth to the bridge at Salmon Falls, closed for Chinook retention.Grays River — 4 bank anglers had no catch.Elochoman River — 33 bank anglers kept 6 steelhead and released 1 steelhead. 1 boat/2 rods had no catch.Abernathy Creek — 2 bank anglers had no catch.Germany Creek — 7 bank anglers kept 1 steelhead.Cowlitz River — Interstate 5 Bridge downstream: 12 bank rods had no catch. Above the bridge: 3 bank rods had no catch.East Fork Lewis River — 34 bank anglers had no catch. 2 boats/4 rods released 1 steelhead.Salmon Creek — 34 bank anglers had no catch.Bonneville Pool (Bonneville Dam upstream to The Dalles Dam): Weekly checking showed no catch for one boat (two anglers).John Day Pool (Columbia River above John Day Dam and John Day Arm): Weekly checking showed no catch for two boats (four anglers). (WDFW) GO Share: Followcenter_img WalleyeBonneville Pool: Weekly checking showed no catch for one boat (two anglers).John Day Pool: Weekly checking showed 12 walleye kept, plus one walleye released for 11 boats (25 anglers).(WDFW)SturgeonLower Columbia River (below Bonneville Dam): Closed for retention.Bonneville Pool: Weekly checking showed one sublegal sturgeon released for 45 bank anglers; and eight legal white sturgeon kept, plus 151 sublegal, one legal and two oversize sturgeon released for nine boats (102 anglers).John Day Pool: Weekly checking showed no catch for 17 bank anglers; and five sublegal sturgeon released for 27 boats (56 anglers). [email protected] By signing up you are agreeing to our Privacy Policy and Terms of Service. Terry Otto Columbian staff writer Receive latest stories and local news in your email: Trout and kokanee are biting well in local lakes.Salmon/SteelheadThe salmonid creel program on the lower Columbia River has ended for the year and will resume in February.Grays River: Until further notice, from the mouth upstream to the mouth of the South Fork: release all Coho.West Fork Grays River: Until further notice, from the mouth upstream: release all Coho.Cowlitz River: Until further notice, from the mouth to the Barrier Dam including all lower Cowlitz tributaries, closed for Chinook retention. Until further notice, the closed waters section below the Cowlitz Salmon Hatchery Barrier Dam is 400 feet, at the posted markers.Tilton River: The closed-waters area at the fish release site at Gust Backstrom Park has been reduced to approximately 100 feet at the posted signs. Follow The Columbian on Instagramlast_img read more

sensemetrics DHI partner on IIoT solutions for mine water operations

first_imgsensemetrics Inc., the Industrial IoT (IIoT) company transforming sensor data into real-time business intelligence to enable productivity and safety solutions, has entered into a partnership agreement with DHI A/S under sensemetrics’ Alliance Member Program.Under the agreement, DHI will integrate with the sensemetrics platform to automate data collection into its MIKE Mine software. MIKE Mine is DHI’s state-of-the-art operational software for water management at mine sites. Together, this approach creates a Digital Twin with all virtual components for a “Cyber-Physical” mine water management system. It also provides a continuous value-cycle between the physical system and the cyber equivalent, allowing outcomes of future management actions to be tested, optimised and automated. This maximises opportunities while ensuring effective and safe decisions are made continuously in a highly dynamic and changing environment, minimizing the requirement for human intervention.“We have been successfully working with sensemetrics on multiple applications for mines in North and South America. The speed and ease of access to real-time data from sensemetrics platform was a primary driver in our decision to enter into a strategic partnership with the company,” said Stefan Szylkarski, Vice President at DHI. “Our Digital Twin technologies combined with sensemetrics’ end-to-end IIoT cloud platform enables us to offer a proven, real-time, cloud-based cyber-physical management system for mine water operations. MIKE Mine effectively reduces water management costs and water related risks and improves the overall efficiency of the operation through the automation of reconciliation between planned and actual operating conditions.”DHI will immediately integrate the sensemetrics platform through several of its modeling and management products including FEFLOW, MIKE Operations and the flagship MIKE Mine.“Water is critical to profitability at mine sites worldwide,” said Matt Meehan, CEO of sensemetrics. “As such, we are proud to be working with an industry leader. DHI’s deep experience and advanced technological solutions within the water industry coupled with sensemetrics’ plug-and-play connectivity and IIoT platform solution will make it even easier, safer and more efficient for users in the mining industry to solve challenges in mine water operations.”last_img read more