Hi again everyone! We had two drift boats and two jet boats out today and just about everyone caught a fish!!
We’ll start out with our drift boat boys in the Spring Bar section! First off, we had Jake Finley and a little lady by the name of “Levi” Sittser! Her real name is Carolyn, but she likes to go by Levi!! She outfished her husband today, who happened to go along, and took home a nice 24 1/2″ hatchery keeper!! Great job Levi and great name!
Then, Mr. Mike Hicks fished with some ladies from Washington State University. Marcia Saneholtz, the former WSU Senior Associate Athletic Director (who I just found out has the Washington State University’s home volleyball court named in her honor!), caught a 26 1/2″ keeper while her friend, Toni Ursich, who is the Senior Assistant Attorney General and Chief of the WSU Division of the Office of the Attorney General…(boy is that a mouthful!) caught a 23 1/2″ keeper as well!! I love to know where our ladies come from and what they do! It’s so exciting to see all the “walks of life” that come through our doors!
Upriver with the Mike and Mike duo of Wallace and Estrada, they took the Stephanie Johnson crew! There were 9 ladies strong on this boat and they sure had a lot of fun! They boated 14 fish for the day! Andrea Stenquist caught a 24″H; Anna Wallace-25 1/2″H; LeAnn King-24″H; Melissa Karabinus-22″W; Teresa Colebrook-23″H, 23″H; Morgan Rounds-25 1/2″H, 26″H; Stephanie Johnson-24 1/2″H, 28″H,25″H; Amy Johnson-23 1/2″H, 24″W, 25″W. Way to go girls!
Finally, Sam Whitten and Jeff Wieber took the Micalah Kimball group today and caught 34 fish!! We DO have a lead change, so let’s get to it! Micalah Kimball caught 2 fish–25″H, 25 1/2″H; Kari Harp, 3 fish–24″H, 24″H, 22″H; Aundi Fabbi caught 4 fish–24 1/2″H, 32″W, 24 1/2″W, 23″H; Angie Kelley caught 6 fish–27″H, 24 1/2″H, 24″H, 26″W, 35 1/4″W, 24″H. Angie’s 35 1/4″ fish now puts her in the lead for biggest fish caught so far! Dani Nelson caught 7 fish–24″H, 22″H, 24″H, 24″H, 32″W, 23 1/2″H, 24 1/2″H; and finally, last but certainly not least, is Joan Stanley, who caught 8 fish! 22″H, 23″H, 24″H, 24″H, 24 1/2″W, 22″H, 22″H, 24″H (totalling 185 1/2″). Unfortunately, that did not give her enough inches to take the 2nd or 3rd place spots, however, way to give it your best try Joan!
MOST FISH–(1)NIKKI JOHNSON, 15 FISH/365″; (2)REXANNE ZIMMERMAN, 8 FISH/191 1/2″; (3)GINA CROWLEY, 8 FISH/189″.
BIGGEST FISH–(1)Angie Kelly, 35 1/4″; (2)3 way TIE, all with a 33″ fish: Lisa Kessler, Stacey Francis, Erin Knutson; (3)SHEENA PULLEN, 32 1/2″.
SMALLEST FISH–ADRI HICKS, 20 1/2″.