Whiskeytown 2-Day Team Kokanee Derby - June 8,9, 2019
|1||Kevin & Karla Smith||11.47|
|2||Doug Philpott, Greg Yost||11.34|
|3||Richie & Samantha Hight, Bradley Donaldson||11.30|
|4||Ken McDonald, Kenny MacDonald||10.62|
|5||Nathan & Cynthia Lenard||10.34|
|6||Gary Coe & John Lico||10.21|
|7||Jack Schultz, Alan Traynor||9.99|
|8||Bob Hamilton, Chad Terrell||9.75|
|9||Kirk & Jerilyn Emge||9.62|
|10||Gary Durbin, Ric Brown||9.52|
|11||Jim Brittain, Dale Gibbons||9.29|
|12||Rand & Kaye Smith||8.97|
|13||Jack & Gina Naves||8.81|
|14||Tony, Joey, Danielle Puccinelli, Emily Jones||8.64|
|15||Butch & Chris Jacobson||8.09|
|17||** Big Trout **|
|18||Gary Coe & John Lico||2.30|
|19||Jack Schultz, Alan Traynor||2.25|
|20||Josh & Neil McGee||2.18|
|22||** Blind Bogey **|
|24||Josh & Neil McGee||6.79|
|25||Larry & Linda Abernathy||6.86|
|27||** Big Kokanee - Single Fish ** Informational|
|28||Doug Philpott, Greg Yost - Sun||2.44|
|29||Gary Durbin, Ric Brown - Sun||2.28|
|30||Adam Naves - Sun||2.28|
|31||Nathan & Cynthia Lenard - Sun||2.14|
|32||Richie & Samantha Hight, Bradley Donaldson - Sun||2.10|
|33||Kenny McDonald, Ken MacDonald - Sun||2.09|
|34||Butch & Chris Jacobson - Sun||2.08|
|35||Kevin & Karla Smith - Sun||2.04|
|36||Kevin & Karla Smith - Sat||2.02|
|37||Rand & Kaye Smith - Sun||2.00|
||Length( cm.) |
||No Pro Division at this Derby.
Slugs! Toads! Hogs! - These were common words at the Whiskeytown 2-Day Kokanee Tournament as anglers enjoyed a very healthy fishery that took a little longer to wake up as the lake cleared. The proof is in the numbers where fish pushed as big as 18.02 inches and 2.44 pounds at the extreme high end. 10 fish were in the 2 pound plus class with many others nearing the 2 pound mark. Excitement was in the air after the Saturday weigh-in to guess where those big fish were located. The average of all single big fish of the 3 fish weigh per day was 1.58 pounds and 15.40 inches. It’s also a rare event where 3 fish limits come in over 6 pounds, which required us to measure all weights in pounds instead of ounces.
Thanks to everyone who came out to enjoy the weekend and the great fishery at Whiskeytown. It was fabulous weather and the wind died down after Saturday morning and was a non factor on Sunday with calm waters. Fish were generally 0-30 feet. Big thanks to local Kokanee Power directors Jake and Barbara Flohr who played a huge part in setup for the dinner and event hosted at Oak Bottom marina and launch. Great to see the lake rebuilding its facilities. Thanks again to the US Fish and Wildlife and CDFW for coming out to inspect, sample and record the catches. As always the extra proceeds from derbies goes back into the fishery and special causes Kokanee Power supports. We’ll add some photos a bit later but here’s the results.
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