People lined up with their catches to weigh at the Crab Shack at the Coho Derby earlier this year.

Fishing report: Annual Boxing Day Derby

On December 26, the Crap Shack in Sooke, BC is hosting their annual Boxing Day Derby.

On December 26, the Crab Shack is hosting their annual Boxing Day Derby. Start time is daylight, and the Chinook salmon must be weighed in before 2:00 p.m. at the Crab Shack. The fishing boundaries go from Pedder Bay to Sheringham Light House. The cost is $30 per rod, and one third of all ticket sales will go to the Sooke Food Bank; the remainder goes towards prizes. There will also be kid prizes. Tickets can be picked up at Eagle Eye or The Crab Shack. There will be lots of prizes, including a first place cash prize. For more information call Elden at 250-893-2722 or Al at 250-642-3410.

 

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