Wenatchee Salmon Derby

  • By Wayne Kruse
  • Wednesday, June 20, 2012 4:39pm
  • Sports

The North Central Washington chapter of the Coastal Conservation Association debuts a new salmon derby on July 13-15, between Rock Island and Rocky Reach dams on the Columbia River.

Just 225 tickets will be sold, at $100 per copy ($75 for CCA members), available at Hooked On Toys in Wenatchee, or online at www.wenatcheesalmonderby.com.

Prizes for heaviest chinook ($2,000 first place), plus two other places, and boat aggregate ($1,750 first place), plus two other places.

For more information call Peter at Hooked on Toys, 509-665-9803, or Steve Hiett at 805-709-0900; e-mail Hiett at shiett1@hotmail.com.

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