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Wednesday, July 22, 2015
By Dave Graybill
Sockeye fishing remains the main attraction in the region, and there is some good Chinook fishing available, too. The CCA Wenatchee Salmon Derby took place last Friday and Saturday and participants had very high success. The 81 participants landed a total of 72 hatchery Chinook. That’s pretty good fishing in anyone’s book. The Brewster Salmon Derby starts the last day of July and anglers can expect the same high rate of success at this one. I hope you get your derby tickets for this one before they sell out. Kings and sockeye continue to stack up off the mouth of the Okanogan River and although most anglers are targeting the sockeye kings are being taken. Last Thursday my wife and I fished the Brewster Pool and we had just three fish in the cooler by 10 a.m. However, at noon the bite picked up and we landed another seven fish by 2 p.m. The next day I fished with the Anatatmula family and had two fish very early. We hit fish off and on after that and had seven in the boat when we quit at 2. We lost at least that many. It was one of those days.