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Forrester retains derby lead for 2nd week

While there was a lot of derby action and many changes to the leaderboard, the top spots remain the same on the adult ladder as last weekend.

Rick Forrester is still in the in the top position with a 42 pound king he checked in at Knudson Cove on Memorial Day.

Second on the leader board is Antonio Chavarria  with a 41-point-five (41.5) pound king. Chavarria weighed his fish in at the Clover Pass that same day

Vincent Nanez retains the third spot with a 35-point-two (35.2) pound Chinook .

The top spots in the youth ladder changed this past weekend.

Mason Willet is now in first with at 28-point-three (28.3) pound king salmon.

Brooklyn Willet brought in a 25.9 pounder for second place.

Chris Harris is in third place on the youth ladder with a 22.1 pound king.
Results are unofficial.

252 fish were weighed in the second weekend for a total of 497 fish caught so far.

The Ketchikan CHARR King Salmon Derby continues next weekend. Follow the link below for more details about the derby and current standings.
www.ketchikankingsalmonderby.com

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