2011 Trophy Trout Fishing Derby

The 2011 Trophy Trout Fishing Derby will be held Saturday, April 16th, 2011 from 6 a.m. to 2 p.m. The Derby will be limited to the first 400 entries. Cost of registration is $35, kids 12 and under cost $10. Entry to the Derby must be received by the Herald and News by 4 p.m. Friday, April 8th, 2011. Registration, materials, and badges must be picked up on Friday, April 15th, by 4 p.m. Each participant is responsible for obtaining an Oregon Fishing License. Only 1 pole per person is allowed. Fishermen can launch their boats from any dock on Klamath Lake at 5 a.m. All participants must be in the photo station line by 2:30 p.m. or be disqualified. Measurement of the fish is determined by a digital picture showing the angler, the fish, badge, and yardstick showing the tip of the nose to the tip of the tail in a straight line. A date and time stamp on the digital picture will determine the date and time of the catch. The tournament boundaries will be Upper Klamath Lake including tributaries.

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2011 Trophy Trout Derby Results
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The winner of the 2011 Trophy Trout Fishing Derby was Jim Faries of Klamath Falls, Oregon. The winning catch was a 26 3/4 inch trout. Jim would not say what kind of lure he used and where he caught it. The prize for winning the derby was a new fishing boat, trailer, and 9.9 hp motor from Pelican Marina.
Other winners of the fishing derby were Barry Lindenberger, 26 inches; Shawn Phelps, 25 3/4 inches; Cris Ocel, 25 1/2 inches; Todd Bower, 25 1/4 inches; and Mel Smith, 25 inches.

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