Stampede Derby August 5, 2006

Sportsman Division
  Name Weight (oz.) Length( cm.)
1Khan Tran-$30021.7516.37
2Robert Johnson-$20021.0516.02
3Michael Low-$10021.0016.06
4Bob Mooney-$8520.3515.47
5Frank Pimentel-$7520.0015.87
6Jim Anwyl-$7019.9015.31
7Butch Jacobson-$6519.7515.83
8Casey Schoonhoven-$6019.7515.43
9Marty Rea-$5519.6515.35
10Jerry Maccoun-$5019.6015.75
11Mike Kielty-$4519.4515.28
12Roy Helton-$4019.0515.16
13Jack Romine-$3519.0515.08
14Nathan Smith-$3018.9515.12
15Laura Rea-$2518.7515.35
17*Big Mackinaw:
18Brad Stout-$21589.0024.41
19**Big Trout:
20Khan Tran-$12048.0519.06
21***Blind Bogey
221st Place-Ray Freitas-$25014.0514.37
232nd Place-Jim Firmalo-$13514.1513.86

Junior Division
  Name Weight (oz.) Length( cm.)
1Connie Tran23.2516.54
2Connor Mitchell20.7515.79
3Jeff Johnson20.0015.67
4Alexis Curtis19.3515.35
5Katrina Smith19.2515.08

Pro Division
  Name Weight (oz.) Length( cm.)
1Al Millan-$70042.7515.79
2Tony Puccinelli-$40039.6515.63
3Mike Tripp-$30039.3015.55
4Jack Schultz-$20039.0015.79
5Rick Coehlo-$10038.6515.39
6John Yurkovich-$5038.6015.55

Another Stampede Derby to surpass the last!! First off, I would like to thank and welcome all the new anglers who joined us for the first time. It was awesome to see so many new faces and new junior anglers. One hundred eighty-six anglers joined us for this year?s Stampede event. The weather was beautiful, the breeze stayed manageable, and the rain held off until after the derby. The kokanee bite, on the other hand, had a lot to be desired. The fishing was tough all week and didn?t give us a break for the derby. It was definitely a morning bite with flurries of fish caught by anglers at the right place at the right time. The fish congregated deep between 80 ? 100 feet with the hot spots being right off the launch ramp, the rock pile, south of the big island, and the north bank. Many thanks to all the Kokanee Power members who camped with us and made this event one heck of a get together. Friday?s dinner potluck was a definite gut-buster with dishes ranging from Kathy Johnson?s mega Rigatoni to Cami & Howard Darney?s high mountain baby back ribs to John Kline?s Stampede crawdads to Khan?s kickin Korean ribs to Big Jim Roscoe?s controlled-burn-chili. I don?t think there was an empty spot on the picnic tables. Already lookin forward to next year?s event.

- Capt Al

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