Northern View Tyee Fishing Derby Leaderboard

Weigh-in begins at 1 p.m., updated every five minutes

Weigh-in is now closed … only those in line presently will be weighed-in

Halibut

1. Derek Finlayson – 57.3 lbs.

2. William Gowe – 56.6 lbs.

3. Butch Campbell – 49.4 lbs.

Salmon

1. Desi Ryan – 17.7 lbs.

2. Bruce Mullin – 16.9 lbs.

3. Liam MacPhil – 14.8 lbs.

Due to COVID-19 gathering restrictions, there will be no on-site presentation ceremony.

Cash winners will be announced Saturday, Sept. 5 following the weigh-in on www.thenorthernview.com

Door prize and hidden weight winners will be published Thursday, Sept. 10 in The Northern View newspaper and on the website.

All winners will be contacted by phone with prize pick-up instructions.

Thank you to all participants and sponsors.

Tune into our Facebook Live at 6:30 p.m. for the 50/50 draw.

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