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Tuesday, July 18, 2017
By Eric Granstrom
For, I'm Eric Granstrom. The 6th Annual Wenatchee Salmon Derby was held last weekend between Rock Island and Wells Dams on the Columbia River. The event put on by the CCA (Coastal Conservation Association) was named as a Memorial Tournament in honor of former organizer Peter Flohr, who passed away in an automobile accident last year on I-5 in Oregon. According to CCA North Central Washington Chapter President Bob Loomis, 77 chinook salmon were weighed and the winning boat weight went to Brett Bostwick, Drew Bostwick, Adam Bostwick & Ward Goodell with a total of 128.41 pounds. The largest fish award went to Johnny Stavenjord with a king weighing in at 25.21 pounds. Johnny's team with his brother Cory and Stuart Hurd took third in boat weight with 94.55 pounds behind second place Shawn Nickles, Keith Meredith & Jeremy Avery with 123.7 pounds. Aaron Burt's 20.93 pound chinook was good enough for second place while Drew Bostwick took third with a fish weighing in at 19.86 pounds. Next up is the 12th Annual Brewster Salmon Derby August 4th, 5th and 6th. Go to for more information. Until next time, Good Fishing!