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Mark Yuasa covers fishing and outdoors in the Pacific Northwest.

June 21, 2009 at 6:16 PM

PSA Lake Washington Chapter Trout Derby a success

The Second Annual Lake Washington Trout Derby was held by the Puget Sound Anglers of Lake Washington on June 13, and not only was the weather great but the fish managed to bite some anglers line too.

The weather was near-perfect and the fish were reasonably cooperative, with all

entries being cutthroat trout.

First place went to Richard McIntosh, Jr. with a two pound, 13 ounce cutthroat, which earned him $400.

Second place went to David Doperalski with a two pound, six ounce cutthroat, and Jon Calvo took third place, also with a two pound, six ouncefish checked in later than David’s.

Frank Shaver took the hidden weight category with a one pound, eight ounce cutthroat.

The awards ceremony was held at Renton’s Gene Coulon Park. All fish were caught trolling using a variety of gear, including spinners and a variety of baits towed behind small dodgers, Pop Gear, Flash Lites and Sling Blades.

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