• January 14, 2016

    February General Meeting -- Everyone Welcome

    PRESENTS

     

     

    Steve Chamberlain is back

    along with Frank Haw


     

     

    How to set up and read your Sonar -Navy Sonar Specialist Steve Chamberlain-Back by popular demand

    Can you see the fish that are below you now? Do you know the difference between interference and salmon? This website will put you in contact with a SONAR professional that will train you to use the equipment that you already have to: “Find the fish. Target the fish. Catch the fish.” I have nearly 30 years experience utilizing SONAR and have tuned fish finders for experienced and novice fisherman alike. So whether you have never used a fish finder before or you just want to learn more, Sounder Solutions can help.

    Is your boat equipped with a Lowrance, Garmin, Humminbird, Raymarine or Furuno? That’s ok, I work with them all. Not being a company representative has its advantages. I want to see you get the most out of what you have, not sell you something different.


    In addition there will be a book signing. Frank Haw will have his new book for sale at this meeting.
    Washington's Sport of Kings: Views of a Fisheries Insider 
    "Once attracting about as many participants as the combined attendance of Seattle's three major league teams, salmon fishing was Washington's first major league sport. In past years this state's catch exceeded the combined sport salmon catches of California, Oregon, British Columbia and Alaska. Since then, Washington anglers often choose to travel to British Columbia or Alaska to catch salmon many of which originate in Washington!"
     
     
     
     

     

    Thursday, February 11th @ 6:30PM

    at the

    EDMONDS SENIOR CENTER
    on the Edmonds Waterfront

    220 Railroad Ave
    Edmonds, WA 98020

     

     

     



    BIG RAFFLE

      

  • February 27, 2016

    2016 Randy Pfriem Memorial Chinook Derby Members & Guests Only

    2016 Randy Pfriem Memorial Chinook Derby
    Members & Guests Only 

    February 27, 2016 - Weigh In @ 3:00 PM - Port of Edmonds

    Randy Pfriem
    Randy Pfriem hoists a big hatchery King just off Kingston

    Hatchery (Fin-clipped) Chinook ONLY
    Sno-King PSA Current Members and Guests ONLY

    Weigh-In @ 3:00PM - Port of Edmonds

    Tickets sold at our general meetings (Edmonds)
    and Ed's Surplus, (Lynnwood)

    (bring your membership card to confirm)

     

    Tickets are $25/each (cash only, please)
    $5.00 of each ticket will be donated to Fish Northwest

    100% of the proceeds are re-distributed as prize money:
    Excluding the $5.00 reserved for Fish NW

    1st Prize: 50% of ticket sales
    2nd Prize: 25% of ticket sales
    3rd Prize: 15% of ticket sales
    New in 2016! - 4th Prize: 10% of ticket sales
    New in 2016! - Mystery Fish Prize: $200.00

    New in 2016! - Kid's 1st Bonus: $50.00



    NOTICE: THIS IS NOT AN "ALL WEATHER" DERBY
    Derby officials reserve the right to cancel or postpone derby due to an adverse weather forecast.
    If derby is cancelled or postponed, tickets will be refunded in full or will be valid for another derby date
    *Check our website at 6:30 PM the evening before the derby for status.

    DERBY RULES:
    1. Fish must be completely cleaned to determine Official Derby Weight. All guts, gills, and kidney (the blood line next to the spine) must be removed. Derby judges may do additional cleaning before weighing. In the event of a tie, the time of weigh-in shall determine the winner (earliest fish wins). Only Chinook (king) salmon qualify for prizes.

    2. Derby hours are from dawn to 3:00 PM sharp (cell phone time). All entries must be in line by 3:00 PM. Weigh-in will be at the Port of Edmonds adjacent to the launch sling.

    3. Fishing will be allowed in open areas of WDFW Marine Areas 8-1, 8-2, 9 and 10 only.

    4. All contestants must fish according to the current WDFW Recreational Fishing Regulations and any WDFW Emergency Rule changes posted online or released.

    5. All anglers (persons with a fishing license) aboard boat must have a Derby ticket.

    6. Salmon must be caught the day of the event, in the designated Marine Area and arrive at the weigh-in station via water or by car, due to possible bad weather forecast, to qualify for weigh-in and prizes.

    7. Derby Officials reserve the right to disqualify any fish that appears to have been tampered with or per the rules as designated herein. The decisions of Derby Officials on legality, time, and weight and all decisions will be final and binding.

    8. Prizes will be distributed immediately after the weigh-in then whoever wants to will go to a local watering hole for fish stories.

    9. Only one fish per contestant may be entered to qualify for prizes.

    Monitor VHF 72 for derby communications.

     

     

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