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• PRIZE DETAILS • OFFICIAL RULES • MAPS & SCHEDULE • DERBY DEDICATION • TICKET INFORMATION
The 71st Annual Golden North Salmon Derby August 11, 12 and 13, 2017 Special Thanks:
Sponsored by the Territorial Sportsmen, Inc.
This year there is nearly
in possible cash and prizes!
TICKETS! Derby Ticket Vendors: Harri Plumbing and Heating 809 12th Street 586-3190 Foodland IGA Hardware 615 W Willoughby Ave. 586-3101 Juneau Mercantile and Armory 1720 Crest Street 957-9622 Western Auto Marine 5165 Glacier Highway 780-4909 Sportsman’s Warehouse 8745 Glacier Hwy. 900-9720 DeHart’s Auke Bay Store 11735 Glacier Hwy. 789-7342
Many Exciting Ways to Win: • Prize packages for the Top 71 weighed fish • Prize drawings for Scholarship Fish • Turn in Scholarship Fish for a chance to participate in a “High Five” drawing for up to $50,000! (Sponsored by Hecla Greens Creek Mine and Coeur Alaska Kensington Gold Mine)
• Buy a derby ticket for a chance to participate in a “High Five” drawing for up to $44,000! (Sponsored
by Bullwinkle’s Pizza in celebration of their 44th year in business)
Alaska Airlines is the official airline of the 71st Golden North Salmon Derby!
Results of the Derby
A special thanks to the companies and organizations that have provided equipment, logistics, or personnel that are critical to derby success: ACS Wireless Alaska Electric Light & Power Alaska Glacier Seafoods Alaska Marine Lines Alaska Outdoor Wearhouse Bobcat of Juneau Canvas Unlimited Chatham Electric CBJ Harbormasters & Employees DIPAC Juneau Empire Juneau Radio Center Printing Trade Company Reliable Transfer We’d also like to thank those who provide food and drink for our volunteers: Breeze In Heritage Coffee Island Pub McGiveny’s Sports Bar and Grill Northern Sales Sandbar Once again we wish to express special appreciation to Mike Erickson, owner of Alaska Glacier Seafoods, which has purchased the fish caught in the derby since 2010. Mike not only pays top dollar for the fish, but he also contributes greatly to the derby by providing ice, equipment, and personnel. His contributions have made it possible to put thousands more dollars into the scholarship fund. Once again, Alaska Glacier Seafoods is providing a vessel to receive scholarship fish in the South Shelter Island area. Thanks, Mike!
will be posted online only at: www.goldennorthsalmonderby.com
Mark your calendars: The 72nd Golden North Salmon Derby, to be held August 17, 18 and 19, 2018!
Territorial Sportsman, INC. Serves You Purposes: • Provide scholarships for young people. • Promote conservation and maintenance of healthy fish and wildlife populations and habitats. • Promote fair and equitable fishing and hunting rights for sportsmen and women. • Represent local sporting issues. • Promote land use decisions to maintain access to public lands. • Promote and maintain friendly and respectful relations between sportsmen and state, federal, and private landowners. • Educate people in fish and wildlife conservation, adherence to hunting and fishing regulations, and firearms safety.
Activities: • Promote conservation legislation. • The Golden North Salmon Derby. • Family Fishing Day. • Construction of public use cabins. • Contributing to the construction and operation of indoor & outdoor shooting ranges. • Educating decision makers in state government regarding fair and responsible allocation of fish and wildlife resources for recreational users. • Promote safe hunting and shooting activities by sponsoring Hunter Safety Education programs. • Support 4-H and Boy Scout endeavors.
Membership: • Membership in the Territorial Sportsmen is open to any person who supports and adheres to the purposes of the Territorial Sportsmen. • Voting members must be 16 years or older. Junior members, 15 years or younger, are welcome and encouraged to join. • Membership is annual. Membership is automatic for contestants in the Golden North Salmon Derby unless the purchaser checks the “no” box on the ticket, declining membership. • Lifetime memberships available. For more information contact the Territorial Sportsmen, Inc.
Welcome to the 2017 Golden North Salmon Derby By CATHY MUÑOZ and DOUG LARSEN The cohos are returning, and it’s time for the iconic family event of the Juneau summer — the 71st annual presentation of the Golden North Salmon Derby! The Territorial Sportsmen would like to invite you out on the water from Aug.11-13 for the chance to win up to $200,000 in cash and prizes donated by our generous local contributors. But it’s not just about the money. By participating, you will be helping to raise tens of thousands of dollars for the Territorial Sportsmen Scholarship Foundation, which has provided more than $1.7 million in scholarships to Juneau area students since 1953. So how does this all work? First you need to buy your derby ticket at one of our local vendors — Harri’s Plumbing and Heating, and, Foodland IGA Hardware downtown, Juneau Mercantile and Armory in the valley, Western Auto Marine in Lemon Creek, DeHart’s at Auke Bay, and Sportsman’s Warehouse in the Nugget Mall. The tickets are $40 for adults and $10 for kids ages 6-12. One ticket (plus alternates) will be drawn from all ticket holders, regardless of whether they fish or not, to be eligible to participate in the $44,000 High Five contest being sponsored by Bullwinkle’s Pizza. Once you have your ticket it must be validated by a derby official before you can fish in the derby. Derby validations start at 7:30 a.m. on Friday, Aug. 11, and the validation is good for the entire event. Lists of validation stations and hours are included in this publication as well as at the derby website, http://www. goldennorthsalmonderby.com. As you head out on the water, be sure to go slow and observe the no-wake safety zones in Douglas, Auke Bay, and Amalga harbors. With the potential for more than 400 vessels and up to 2,000 people on the water over the weekend, we want to make your safety a priority. Please check the maps of the safety zones, be courteous to all boats that are around you, and don’t risk disqualification by
going too fast. Once you are out at your favorite fishing hole, fish to your heart’s content while following all appropriate Alaska Department of Fish and Game Regulations. Remember, each king and coho that you turn in to the derby is sold to fund the scholarship program for the youth of Juneau! Because these fish are sold to a commercial processor, there are a few simple guidelines to follow: 1. All fish must be kept in the round. Do not gut or gill your fish. 2. Ice down your fish as soon as they are caught. Ice is provided throughout the derby at Amalga, Auke Bay, and Douglas harbors and at several validation stations on Friday as well. 3. Keep your fish in first-class, bright condition by keeping them in a cooler that has a 2:1 mix of seawater to ice. When you have caught a particularly big fish, or if it is simply time to turn in your haul of fish for the day, head for one of the three weigh stations … where you now have a decision to make. If you think your fish might be in the running for one of the Top 71 Prizes that are determined by weight, let the Derby official know that you would like to weigh your fish and your fish will be officially entered in the derby. If you decide not to weigh your fish, you still have a chance to win by turning them in as scholarship fish. By doing so you will be entered in a drawing for more than $5,000 in prizes, as well as the chance to win up to $50,000 in the High Five drawing sponsored by Hecla Greens Creek Mining Company and the Coeur Alaska Kensington Gold Mine. For more details on all prizes, be sure to read the prize sections in this publication carefully. Once again, Alaska Glacier Seafoods is providing a packer boat located in the South Shelter Island area that will be accepting only scholarship fish throughout the weekend. The packer is not a weigh-in station, but can be a convenient option to drop off your scholarship fish in order to keep them as fresh as possible and avoid any congestion in the harbors. Announcements will be made over the marine
radio on Channel 16 as to the exact location and availability of the vessel. Unofficial results for weighed fish will be updated on the derby website each evening throughout the weekend. Once the derby is over, the results will be certified on Tuesday, Aug. 15, and all official results, including the winners of the scholarship fish drawings, will be posted to the website by Wednesday, Aug. 16. All prizes will be given out at awards night at the Elizabeth Peratrovich Hall, starting at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 17. The Golden North Salmon Derby is an
annual tradition that has been the backdrop for building family memories for 71 years. Whether you have fished the derby for decades, or if this will be your first time out on the water, we hope that you will join us in this important fundraiser for the youth of Juneau. And be sure to listen to KINY radio for announcements about special prizes sponsored by several local vendors throughout the derby! -- Cathy Muñoz & Doug Larsen, Derby Co-Chairs
Derby prizes will be awarded beginning at 7 p.m., Thursday, Aug. 17, at the Elizabeth Peratrovich Center. Winners or designated representatives must attend awards night, and must present their entry and weigh-in ticket stubs in order to claim their prizes. The official list of all prize winners will be available on the salmon derby website at www.goldennorthsalmonderby.com on Wednesday, Aug. 16. Winners of the Scholarship Fund and Special prizes must show their scholarship ticket to claim their prize from Territorial Sportsmen, Inc. on awards night.
THE TOP 71 PRIZES!
The first 71 contestants catching the largest salmon will have their choice of any one of the prizes except that first prize goes to the largest fish and prize number 71 is reserved for the person catching the 71st top weight. With the exception of the 1st and 71st place prizes, the 2nd place finisher gets his or her choice of any remaining prize, then the 3rd place winner and so forth, until all prizes are claimed. Only one of the top 71 prizes will be awarded to each contestant. In case of a tie, the earliest entered weighed fish will receive the highest standing. If winners or their designated representative are not present on awards night to claim prizes, unclaimed prizes will revert to the derby committee.
2017 SALMON DERBY OFFICIALS Derby Co-Chairs: Cathy Muñoz and Doug Larsen Boat Patrol: Barbara and Jerry Burnett Coordinator: Wendy Larsen Docks: Kami Bartness Facilities and Property: The Family of Bob Cartmill Prizes: Dr. Gary Hedges Ice and Web: Shawn Hooton
Territorial Sportsmen Scholarship Foundation, Inc. Scholarship Data updated to 2017 The Territorial Sportsmen Scholarship Foundation, Inc. awarded $ 36,000 in scholarships in 2017. Three $12,000 undergraduate scholarships were given to Juneau area graduating seniors: Simon Marks and Cameron Jardell (Juneau Douglas High School), and Gavin Martin (Thunder Mountain High School). The scholarship program began in 1953 with a scholarship awarded to Johnny Harris (a grandson of one of the founders of Juneau—Richard Harris). Since then, 308 scholarships and fellowships have been awarded, totaling $1,740,850.
Graduating Senior Scholarship Recipients — 258 Vocational/Technical Scholarship Awards — 43 Graduate Fellowship Recipients — 7
Currently, there are 14 students active in our program. The current TSSF, Inc. Board Members are Rick Purves, President; Brita Rice, Secretary-Treasurer; and Jerry Burnett, Trevor Larsen, and Jack Manning, Trustees. Funding for the scholarship program comes primarily from four sources: The net sales of salmon donated through Territorial Sportsmen’s annual Golden North Salmon Derby, the return on investments in the Foundation’s endowment fund, contributions from Territorial Sportsmen, Inc., and direct donations from the public. Participants in the 2016 derby donated salmon worth $24,008.20. This amount goes directly into the TSSF, Inc. Endowment Fund.
Please share photos of your Golden North Salmon Derby weekend by posting them on Facebook to our 71st Golden North Salmon Derby Facebook page. It’s a great way to show others how you, your family, and friends enjoyed the weekend fishing to benefit the Territorial Sportsmen Scholarship Foundation!
Territorial Sportsmen, Inc. Board of Directors President Jerry Burnett Vice President Matt Robus Secretary/Treasurer Ron Somerville Director Ryan Beason Director Tom Donek Director Gary Hedges Director Doug Larsen Director Trevor Larsen Director Jack Manning
• Pink and chum salmon will not be accepted. Derby participants are encouraged to return pink and chum salmon unharmed to the water unless they are retained for personal consumption. • Derby entry fee and tickets. Contestants 13 years and older must purchase a $40 entry ticket. Contestants 6 to 12 years of age must purchase a $10 entry ticket. These tickets are good for all days of the derby. No refund of entry fees will be made. Contestants must validate their tickets on the first day of their fishing and may stay out on the derby grounds all three days. You need to validate your ticket only once. • Derby officials are at the boat docks and harbors. Contestants must take their fish to these officials for checking and weighing to become eligible to enter the competition for one of the top 71 fish, or for other prizes. • Eligibility. Any person who has a validated derby entry ticket is eligible to fish in the derby. You must be born before Aug. 12, 2011 to participate in the derby (6 years of age). Children 12 years of age or younger must be accompanied by an adult of at least 18 years of age. A person with a child ticket weighing-in a fish must be accompanied by an adult holding a validated derby ticket. Derby officials will check derby tickets of people accompanying a child weighing-in a fish.
The person who weighs in the fish must be the person who caught the fish. In the case of a protest, the anglers may be requested to pass a polygraph test. • Entrants may not fish with non-entrants. Nonentrants, regardless of age, may not fish in the same boat with entrants, but may go along for the enjoyment of the outing. • Tackle. Only lawful sport fishing tackle may be used. • Boat fishing only. Derby participation is restricted to fishing from vessels. Fish taken by dock fishing or shore fishing will not be accepted. All fish must be delivered in the round, uncleaned, to an official weigh-in station by vessel only. • Weighing fish. Only the following stations will have scales that may be used for official weighing of salmon: Weigh-In Locations*: Amalga Harbor: 7:30am–7pm Auke Bay Harbor: 7:30am–7pm Douglas Harbor: 7:30am–7pm * See Signal Bomb paragraph for Sunday closure time. • Validation of tickets. Eight validating stations will be open. Not all validation stations are weigh-in stations. Tickets can be validated per the following locations and schedules: Amalga Harbor: 7:30am–7pm Auke Bay: 7:30 a.m.–7 p.m. Aurora Basin*: 7:30am–8:30am Douglas Boat Harbor: 7:30am–7pm Fishermen’s Bend*: 7:30am–8:30am Harris Harbor*: 7:30am–8:30am
North Douglas Boat Ramp*: 7:30am–8:30am Tee Harbor*: 7:30am–12:00pm * Friday and Saturday only. Contestants may proceed directly to the fishing areas after validating their derby entry tickets. • Firearms. Use of firearms from any boat will disqualify all contestants on that boat from the derby. • Fish quality. Salmon that show evidence of contamination, sun burn, bruising, and/or flesh deterioration will not be accepted. Dark fish will not be accepted and the decision of a derby official is final. Help us maintain fish quality. Fish must be uncleaned in the round. • Signal bomb. A closing signal will be sounded near the three shore-based official weigh-in stations (Douglas Harbor, Amalga Harbor, Auke Bay Harbor) at 6 p.m. on Sunday, by which time all boats wishing to enter fish at the weigh-in stations for one of the top 71 prizes must be inside the finish line. • Boats, speed and limits. Every vessel propelled by machinery, regardless of horsepower, must have its name or number clearly displayed. Speed of all vessels during the derby, while within the reduced-speed areas (see map) is limited to five mph or less, to avoid large wakes. Markers to indicate the reduced speed zones near the three shorebased weigh-in stations have been placed at reasonable distances from the station. • Derby area limits. Waters open to derby participants are described as follows: North boundary lines —
those waters south of a line from Point Bridget (58.40.699N, 134.59.25W) on the mainland to Point Whidbey (58.34.708N, 135.8.261W) on the Chilkat Peninsula; and, those waters south of a line extending from Cooper Point (58.14.215N,134.6.371W) to the north shore of Greely Point (58.12.864N, 134.5.188W) in Taku Inlet. South boundary lines — those waters north of a line extending from Point Lizard Head (58.10.9N, 134.52.7W) to the south shore of Rocky Island (58.10.6N, 135.03.15W) and then to the south end of Entrance Island (58.11.7N, 135.05.08W), and those waters north of a line extending from Twin Point (57.54.642N, 133.59.644W) on the Glass Peninsula, to Point Styleman (57.58.455N, 133.53.958W) on the mainland. All other waters are closed to Derby fishing. • Once a contestant has validated, the contestant may not take a boat out of the derby area limits, except that Swanson Harbor and Port Snettisham are open for overnight anchorage. The contestant may return the boat to the harbor or take a boat from the water to trailer home. The contestant may return a boat to a harbor even if the contestant has a weigh-in fish but does not return to the harbor during official weigh-in hours. • Any boat and all contestants thereon found in violation of speeding, boating outside the Derby area, or in any way posing a hazard to other contestants, shall be disqualified from the Derby. • Prize policy and taxes. The Territorial Sportsmen,
Inc. is not responsible for any prizes donated by merchants who do not give as pledged. The values shown on the prize list are set by the donors. The Territorial Sportsmen, Inc. will not be responsible if any prizes prove to be less valuable than shown in the donor’s estimate. Taxes on all prizes are the responsibility of the individual winner. In accordance with IRS rules, winners of prizes valued at $600 or more must provide their taxpayer identification number at awards night. Failure to do so will result in withholding the prize. • Protests. Protests of any nature must be made in person at the Officials’ stations. Then the contestant must present his or her case personally to the Board of the Territorial Sportsmen, Inc. at their derby certification meeting at noon on the Tuesday following the derby. • Certification. The certification meeting will be at the Mi Casa Restaurant at noon on the Tuesday following the derby. Decisions of the Board are final. • Special note. Derby participants must comply with Alaska Department of Fish and Game sports fishing regulations. Contestants cited for violating these regulations while in the derby will be disqualified. • Special note. For special prizes and scholarship prizes involving age, the contestant must request that the dock worker note the angler’s age on the weigh-in slip.
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2017 PRIZE LIST
1. Territorial Sportsmen, Inc., $10,000 cash Oliver’s Trophies and Engraving, First Place Trophy $900 Juneau Limousine Service, Limo ride for winner to and from the award ceremony $300 Alaska Outdoor Warehouse, Jacket with embroidery $250 Alaska Bronze Works, Silver belt buckle $150 Alaska Litho, Custom made winner’s decal $100 Sportsman’s Warehouse, gift card $100 Canton Asian Bistro, Gift card $50 Prize value: $11,850 2. Alaska Airlines, Two round trip tickets $2,500 Nugget Mall gift package: Vintage Fare, 4 X $25 gift certificates; Sweetheart Gems, $100 gift certificate; Magic Nail, $50 gift card; Hearthside Books, $100 gift certificate; La Salsa Mexican, 4 X $25 gift certificates; Papa John’s Party Pass $35; Subway, $10 gift card; Boarderline, Hoodie $60; Gourmet Alaska, $99 gift pkg.; Office Max, $100 gift card; Sportsman’s Warehouse, 5 cap/Tshirt combos; JoAnns, hanging candle holder $50; Nugget Buck $100. Total Value $1004 The Millar Family, “In loving memory of Michael W. Millar” $500 cash Jerry M. Godkin, Inc. 10CY D-1, delivered $430 Alaska Auto, oil change $100 Prize value: $4,534 3. Tanner’s Service Center, Achillies LT2 Dingy $1200 Temsco Helicopters, Inc., Space available glacier walk and tour for two $618 Bartlett Regional Hospital, $500 cash Jack’s Plumbing & Reliable Sheet Metal, gift certificate $500 Lawless Marine, $250 cash Chan’s Thai Kitchen, $150 cash Prize value: $3,218 4. Capital Office Systems, Steelcase Gesture office chair $1,500 KD Magnum LLC, $500 cash Jared Lee DDS, Electric toothbrush $270 International Union of Operating Engineers Local 302, $200 cash Pavitt Health & Fitness, One month membership $135 Juneau Car Rental LLC, $100 cash Prize value: $2705 5. Princess Cruises, Rail and Mt. McKinley Princess Wilderness Lodge Package $1000 Glacier Optical of Juneau $400 cash Construction Machinery Industrial, LLC $250 cash Alaska Vision Center, gift certificate $150 Logan General Tax Practice, $100 cash Sportsman’s Warehouse, gift card $100 Taku Smokeries, gift certificate $100 Electrotech Company, LLC $50 cash Jalapeno Mexican Grill, gift card $15 Prize value: $2,165
6. Anchor Point Lodge/Shelter Lodge, $1000 cash NorthStar Trekking, helicopter glacier walkabout or trek for two $858 City Center Chiropractic, Dr. Birger Baastrup, New patient exam $440 Perseverance Theatre, Inc., Two season tickets $350 Sportsman’s Warehouse, gift card $100 Prize value: $2,748
13. Petro Marine, $500 cash Wingnut Auto Salon, gift certificate $150 Alaska Auto, oil change $100 Alaska Seafood Company, Inc., gift certificate $100 Donnas Restaurant, gift card $50 Prize value: $900
20. Carpet Source, gift certificate for materials $500 Capital Realty, LLC, $250 cash Prize value: $750
21. DIPAC, salmon gift basket $250 Valley Auto Parts, $200 cash Schmitz & Buck, LLC, CPA’s, $100 cash Foggy Mountain, Seal Line 270 cu. in. dry 14. Arctic Chiropractic Juneau, new patient bag $85 Prize value: $635 exam $400 Boat Doc, 1 gallon Pettit copper free bottom 7. Alaska Seaplanes, Space available round paint $250 22. Glacier State Contractors, $200 cash trip tickets for two from Juneau $1,280 Douglas Island Dive Services, $100 cash Exit Realty of Juneau, $100 cash Aurora Chiropractic Center, $100 cash Breeze In, gift card $50 Alaska Concrete Casting, $100 cash Juneau Shotokan Karate, $100 cash Prize value: $800 Waste Management, gift certificate $74 Sportsman’s Warehouse, gift card $100 Jerry’s Meats & Seafood, gift certificate $71 K & L Distributor, Bud Cooler $100 15. Rie Munoz Gallery, framed Rie Munoz Alaskan Barbershop, one hair cut $26 Taku Smokeries, gift certificate $100 “De-Icer” lithograph $295 Devil’s Hideaway, gift certificate $25 Cycle Alaska, certificate for a bike tune up Squirez/Shayla Weeks, $250 cash Prize value: $596 $74.95 Lowpete Construction, gift certificate for Annie Kaill’s, handmade salmon stocking Juno Froyo $100 23. Alaska Commercial Contractors, $750 $65 Donnas Restaurant, gift card $50 cash Prize value: $1,919.95 Sequence Boardshop, gift certificate $10 Douglas Café, gift certificate $25 Prize value: $705 Prize value: $775 8. Ward Air, Inc., One hour flight time in a Beaver $785 16. Alaska Glacier Seafoods, Inc., gift 24. Pacific Waste, $250 cash Sportsman’s Warehouse, prize package on certificate $200 Southeast Radiation Oncology, Sportsman’s display in store $500 Benjamin R. Gilbert DDS PC, $100 cash Warehouse gift card $100 Jenny’s Therapeutic Bodyworks, One and Ben Pinny DMD, $100 cash Secon, $100 cash one half hour of Rolfing $145 Thibodeau’s Market Inc., gift certificate Debbie’s Hair Studio, 1 regular perm $80 Alaska Concrete Casting, $100 cash Kenny’s Liquor $100 Gross Alaska, Inc., “A night at the movies Dr. Forrest Messerschmidt, $100 cash Lonnie Anderson DDS, water pik flosser for two” $49 Taku Smokeries, gift certificate $100 $85 K & L Distributors, Modelo wheeled soft Prize value: $1,730 Costco, gift card $50 sided cooler bag $20 O’Reilly Auto Parts, 22 pc socket set $20 Prize value: $599 9. Southeast Furniture, gift certificate $600 Prize value: $655 Juneau Emergency Medical Associates, Inc., 25. First National Bank Alaska, $350 cash $500 cash 17. Tongass Regional Eye Clinic, $400 Alaska Travel Adventures, whale watching City Center Chiropractic, Dr. Birger Baastrup, cash for two $273 New patient exam $440 Anonymous, $100 cash D and S Recycling, $100 cash Don Burford, $100 cash Southeast Extinguisher Service, First aid / Prize value: $723 The Twisted Fish, gift card $50 adult CPR class $90 Duck Creek Market, gift certificate $25 Devil’s Hideaway, gift certificate $25 26. Norman H. Thompson, MD PC, $300 Juneau Pizza, 16 inch specialty pizza $28 Northern Communication, $25 cash cash Prize value: $ 1,743 Sequence Boardshop, gift certificate $10 SS Auto Body & Paint, $250 cash Prize value: $650 Alaskan Hotel, complimentary room $100 10. Valley Lumber & Building Supplies, Prize value: $650 DeWalt 6 tool combo kit, 18 volt Model 18. Alaska Marine Lines (Lynden), $500 DC655X $600 cash 27. Chatham Electric, $250 cash Behrends Mechanical, Inc., $300 cash Freya Romance Boutique, gift bag of bath, Perseverance Glass, $150 cash Martha’s Flowers, gift certificate $100 body & massage products $75 Lowpete Construction, gift card for Juno Freya Romance Boutique, gift card $25 Associated Credit Agency Inc., $50 cash Froyo $100 Dragon Inn Chinese Cuisine, gift certificate Dragon Inn Chinese Cuisine, lunch special Taku Smokeries, gift certificate $100 for lunch special $22 gift certificate $22 Prize value: $600 Sequence Boardshop, gift certificate $10 Prize value: $647 Prize value: $1,057 28. Juneau Yacht Club, 1 year 19. Era Helicopters, two space available membership $150 and $250 cash 11. Juneau Real Estate, certificate for a Taku Glacier Landing tours $834 Glacier Muffler & Mechanical, Inc., $250 market analysis broker appraisal, $350 Duck Creek Market, gift certificate $25 cash Travelodge Hotel, One complimentary room Territorial Sportsmen, Inc., $25 Donna’s Restaurant, gift card $50 $179 Taku Smokeries, 1 pkg. of peppered Prize value: $700 Sportsman’s Warehouse, gift card $100 salmon jerky $10 Elgee Rehfeld Mertz, $100 cash Prize value: $894 29. Dr. Christine Moleski, DMD PC, $200 Taku Smokeries, gift certificate $100 cash Hanger on the Wharf, gift card $50 Lessmeier & Winters Lawyers, LLC, $100 Prize value: $879 cash Wingnut Auto Salon, gift certificate $150 Taku Smokeries, gift certificate $100 Juneau Rubber Stamp, self-inking stamp $30 Jalapeno Mexican Grill, gift certificate $15 Prize value: $595
12. Nizich Family Dental, $500 cash Ed Vandor Construction, $100 cash Action Appliance Repair, gift certificate $100 Jalapeno Mexican Grill, gift certificate $15 Sequence Boardshop, gift certificate $10 Prize value: $725
30. Martha’s Flowers, 2 dozen arranged roses $155 Alaska Concrete Casting, $100 cash Alaska Seafood Company, gift certificate $100 Logan General Tax Practice, $100 cash Waste Management, gift certificate $74 O’Reilly Auto Parts, 9 pc socket set $80 Prize value: $537 31. Alaska Plumbing & Heating & Heat Pumps, $100 cash Logan General Tax Practice, $100 cash Thibodeau’s Market Inc., gift certificate Valley Liquor $100 Integrity Auto, $100 cash Valley Domino’s, gift certificate $50 Donna’s Restaurant, gift card $50 Devil’s Hideaway, gift certificate $25 Taku Smokeries, 1pkg. peppered salmon jerky $10 Prize value: $535 32. Juneau Real Estate, comparative market analysis broker appraisal $350 Foodland Ace Hardware, 18 vt. DeWalt drill driver $120 Alaska Sleep Doctor, $100 cash Alaska Auto, oil change $100 Prize value: $670 33. Logan General Tax Practice, $100 cash Andrew Meiners CPA, $100 cash Alaskan Brewing Company, wooden sign $60 Bustin Out Boutique, sports bra and fitting $72 Foodland Ace Hardware, Daisy BB rifle $64 Northern Communications, $50 cash Red Onion Spice & Tea Co., gift bag with teas, infuser, scoop & vanilla sugar $30 Juneau Pizza, 16 in. specialty pizza $28 Sweetheart Gems, 1 pr. Hoochie earrings $10 Taku Smokeries, 1 pkg. peppered salmon jerky $10 Prize value: $524 34. The Alaska Club, one month membership $169 Logan General Tax Practice, $100 cash Alaska Seafood Company, gift certificate $100 Southeast Alaska Animal Medical Center, gift certificate for services $75 Annie Kaill’s, homemade salmon stocking $65 Fred’s Auto Service, gift certificate for goods or services $65 Foodland Ace Hardware, 30 oz Yeti tumbler $30 Prize value: $604 35. Louie’s Douglas Inn, $150 cash Alaska Bullet Works Inc., 3 boxes Kodiak Super Premium Bonded core bullets $115 Taku Smokeries, gift certificate $100 Auke Bay Cans Recycling, $50 cash Alaskan Brewing Company, Hoodie $40 Canton Asian Bistro, gift card $50 Prize value: $505 36. Glacier Gardens, Season buddy pass
38 Squirez/Shayla Weeks, $250 cash Shaw Dental, Dr. Mindy Shaw, $100 cash Jerry’s Meats & Seafoods, gift certificate $71 Breeze In, gift card $50 Duck Creek Market, gift certificate $25 Alaskan Brewing Company, t-shirt $22 Prize value: $518 39. Smith Properties, gift certificate for cash $300 NC Machinery Co., Battery group 31 $189 Second Wind Sports, gift certificate $100 Territorial Sportsmen, Inc., $25 K & L Distributors, Canadian Mist Coleman wheeled cooler $20 Prize value: $634 40. Pavitt Health & Fitness, one month membership $135 North Pacific Erectors, $100 cash Waste management, gift certificate $74 Ron’s Apothecary Shoppe, gift card $50 Northern Communications Co., $25 cash Alaskan Brewing Company, T-shirt $22 Taku Smokeries, 1pkg peppered salmon jerky $10 Sequence Boardshop, gift certificate $10 Prize value: $526
45. Travelodge Hotel, complementary room $179 Sepel & Sons Marine Surveying Inc., $100 cash Spickler Insurance Agency, $100 cash DeHart’s Auke Bay Store, gift certificate $100 Juneau Pizza, 16 in. Specialty pizza $28 Hooked Seafoods, gift certificate $25 Sweetheart Gems, 1 pr. Hoochie earrings $10 Taku Smokeries, 1 pkg. peppered salmon jerky $10 Sequence Boardshop, gift certificate $10 Prize value: $562 46. Family Practice Physicians, $250 cash SS Auto Body & Paint, $250 cash Odom Corporation, Angry Orchard fire pit ring $90 Prize value: $590 47. Curves, 3 month membership $186 High Tide Tattoo, gift certificate $125 Southeast Alaska Animal Medical Center, $100 cash Coldwell Banker Race Realty, $100 cash Prize value: $511
48. IBEW 1547, $250 cash Action appliance Repair, gift certificate 41. Tongass Veterinary Services, $250 $100 DeHart’s Auke Bay store, gift certificate cash $100 Larry Olson, LPC, $100 cash Jerry’s Meats & Seafoods, gift certificate Alaska Industrial Hardware, gift card $25 $71 Sequence Boardshop, gift certificate Tianna Banua, Paul Mitchell curling $10 iron $65 Subway of Juneau, gift card $10 Alaskan Brewing Company, base ball Sweetheart Gems, 1 pr. Hoochie cap $20 earrings $10 Prize value: $506 Taku Smokeries, 1pkg. peppered salmon jerky $10 42. Alaska Electric Light & Power, Prize value: $515 $250 cash
49. Juneau Glass, 10 sq. ft. laminated safety glass & installation $600 Juneau Shooting Sports Foundation, $250 cash Prize value: $850 50. Mendenhall Marine, $200 cash Sportsman’s Warehouse, gift card $100 David A. Miller, MD, $100 cash Alaska Auto, oil change $100 Alaskan Brewing Company, 2 pint glasses $13 Sweetheart Gems, 1 pr. Hoochie earrings $10 Prize value: $523 51. Alaska Tackle Company, halibut fishing gear $500 Canton Asian Bistro, gift card $50 Territorial Sportsmen, Inc., $25 Taku Smokeries, 1pkg. peppered salmon jerky $10 Prize value: $585 52. Jerry M. Godkin Inc., $250 cash United Association of Plumbers & Pipefitters Local Union 262, $250 cash Seal Pup Auto & Diesel, Oil change and hoodie $60 Prize value: $560 53. Shattuck & Grummett Insurance, certificate for cash $250 Alaska Industrial Hardware, gift card $100 Waste Management, gift certificate $74 Bookkeeping Plus, LLC, $50 cash Juneau Archery Club, $50 cash Sweetheart Gems, 1 pr. Hoochie earrings $10 Subway of Juneau, gift card $10 Prize value: $544 54. The Island Pub, gift certificate $300 Kappler Computer Services Inc., gift certificate for computer service/clean up $249 Check Mate Pawn Shop, $50 cash Prize value: $599 55. Thunder Mountain Door & Window, $250 cash Don Abel Building Supply, gift card $250 Western Auto Marine, gift certificate $71 Prize value: $571 56. Don Abel Building Supply, gift card $250 Action Appliance Repair, gift certificate $100 Faulkner Banfield, $100 cash Alaska Industrial Hardware, gift card $25
Hooked Seafoods, gift certificate $25 Sweetheart Gems, 1 pr. Hoochie earrings $10 Prize value: $510 57. Nugget Alaskan Outfitter, gift certificate $250 Davies-Barry Insurance, $200 cash O’Reilly Auto Parts, 120 pc. Socket set $104 Little Mermaid Beauty Salon, $50 cash Prize value: $604 58. Miss Scarlett’s, fresh floral arrangement delivered in Juneau $150 Mark S. Riederer, $100 cash DeHart’s Auke Bay Store, gift certificate $100 Maggie & David Hall, $50 cash Mark Smith EA, gift certificate for cash $50 Safeway, gift card $25 Sweetheart Gems, 1 pr. Hoochie earrings $10 Prize value: $485 59. Betts Boat Repair, marine repair labor $250 Ike’s Fuel, $100 cash Southeast Alaska Real Estate/Debbie White, $100 cash Action Appliance Repair, gift certificate $100 Prize value: $550 60. Taku Smokeries, gift certificate $100 Southeast Alaska Surgery Center, certificate for cash $100 Jerry’s Meats & Seafood, gift certificate $71 Southeast Mine Supply, oil change $59 GDM Graphics, $50 cash Ron’s Apothecary Shoppe, gift card $50 Alaska Industrial Hardware, gift card $25 Sweetheart Gems, 1 pr. Hoochie earrings $10 Prize value: $465
stamp $30 Sequence Boardshop, gift certificate $10 Subway of Juneau, gift card $10 Prize value: $500 64. Juneau Mercantile & Armory, 1 yr. family membership to indoor gun range and archery range $600 Jerry’s Meats & Seafoods, gift certificate $71 Territorial Sportsmen, Inc., $25 Prize value: $696 65. Northrim Bank, $300 cash AGP Wealth Advisors, $100 cash Valley Paint Center, gift certificate $75 Western Auto Marine, gift certificate $71 Southeast Mine Supply, oil change $59 Prize value: $605 66. Space Unlimited, Inc., $250 cash Odom Corporation, Coors Light Mountain fridge $246 Trucano Construction Co., $150 cash Prize value: $646 67. Southeast Customs, two 6.5 Coaxil car stereo speakers $170 Alaska Auto, oil change $100 Jordan Creek Family Health Care/ Dr. April Sapp, $100 cash Woodbury Financial Services, $100 cash Sequence Boardshop, gift certificate $10 Sweetheart Gems, 1 pr. Hoochie earrings $10 Prize value: $490
68. Simpco Welding, River Spade Winch Anchor $200 R & S Rentals, LLC., $100 cash Filipino Community, Inc., $100 cash Valley Domino’s, gift certificate $50 Alaska Industrial Hardware, gift card $25 Prize value: $475 69. TBG Office Solutions, $500 cash Pavitt Health & Fitness, one month 61. Northland Audiology & Hearing membership $135 Services Inc., Custom molds for hearing Prize value: $635 protection device $280 Napa/Glacier Auto Parts, $200 cash 70. Harris Commercial Marine, boat Western Auto Marine, gift certificate haul out and pressure washing $500 $71 The Canvas, two hand- made ceramic Douglas Café, gift certificate $25 mugs $60 Prize value: $576 Territorial Sportsmen, Inc., $25 62. Allen Marine Tours, Whale watching for two $250 Silver Bow Construction, $200 cash Mi Casa Restaurant, gift card $50 Mark Smith EA, certificate for cash $50 Prize value: $550 63. Rotary Club of Juneau Glacier Valley, $150 cash PDC Engineers, $100 cash K & L Distributors, Bud Light cooler $100 DeHarts Auke Bay Store, gift certificate $100 Juneau Rubber Stamp, self inking
Devil’s Hideaway, gift certificate $25 Prize value: $610
71. Coastal Helicopters Inc., Ice field excursion for two $598 The Home Depot, Pelican 20 qt. Marine cooler $250 Western Auto Marine, gift certificate $250 DeHart’s Auke Bay Store, gift certificate $100 Ben’s Marine, $100 cash Prize value: $1,298
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R. Daniel MacLeod, CPA, certificate for cash $100 Western Auto & Marine, gift certificate $71 Mi Casa Restaurant, gift card $50 Alaskan Brewing Company, base ball cap $20 Taku Smokeries, 1 pkg peppered salmon jerky $10 Sweetheart Gems, 1 pr. Hoochie earrings $10 37. Mike Hatch Sales, gift certificate for Prize value: $511 an oil change & safety inspection $100 43. Alaska Litho, $250 cash PND Engineers, $100 cash Chiropractic First LLC, 1 hour massage Anonymous, $100 cash $200 T W Hall, $100 cash Real Estate Services Inc., $100 cash Western Auto, gift certificate $71 The Bear’s Lair, gift certificate $50 The Bear’s Lair, gift certificate $50 Prize value: $600 Odom Corporation, Weber grill 44. Aggpro, 10 yd D-1 delivered $400 (charcoal) $40 Duck Creek Market, gift certificate $25 Sandbar and Grill, certificate for cash $100 Sequence Boardshop, gift certificate Juneau Rifle & Pistol Club, $100 cash $10 Prize value: $600 Prize value: $496 $147 Lowpete Construction, gift card for Juno Froyo $100 Hooked Seafoods, gift certificate $100 A-1 Propeller Sales & Service, $100 cash Valley Chiropractic, Seat Base $36 Juneau Rubber Stamp, self inking stamp $30 Prize value: $513
How to identify Pacific Salmon SPecies King (Chinook) Salmon:
Blue-gray with silvery sides. Small, irregular-shaped black spots on back, dorsal fin, and usually on both lobes of the tail.
Black mouth with black gums at base of teeth on lower jaw.
Greenish-blue back with silvery sides. Small black spots on the back, dorsal Black mouth with white fin, and gums at base of teeth usually on lower jaw. on upper lobe of the tail only.
Spawning coho salmon adults develop greenish-black heads and dark brown to maroon bodies.
SOCKEYE (RED) Salmon: Spawning king salmon adults lose their silvery bright color and take on a maroon to olive brown color.
Chum (DOG) Salmon:
Dull gray back with yellowish-silver sides. No distinct spots on back or tail. Large eye pupil - covers nearly the entire eye.
Dark blue-black back with silvery sides. No distinct spots on back, dorsal fin, or tail.
Spawning sockeye salmon adults develop dull green colored heads and brick-red to scarlet bodies.
PINK (HUMPIES) Salmon:
Very large spots on the back and large black oval blotches on both tail lobes. Very small scales.
Spawning adults develop olive green coloration on the back with maroon sides with irregular dull red bars. Males exhibit many large canine-like teeth.
Spawning adults take on a dull gray coloration on the back and upper sides with a creamy white color below. Males develp a pronounced hump.
#1 THE TERRITORIAL SPORTSMEN, INC. $100 for the largest Coho weighed in at each weigh in station Friday, Saturday, and Sunday $75 for the second largest Coho weighed in at each weigh in station Friday, Saturday, and Sunday $50 for the third largest Coho weighed in at each weigh in station on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday Total value: $2,025 #2 REMAX OF JUNEAU $100 cash gift certificate for fish turned in during times announced on the radio, as follows: Douglas dock: Friday, weighed-in king salmon; Saturday, weighed-in coho; Sunday, scholarship salmon Auke Bay: Friday, weighed-in coho; Saturday, scholarship salmon; Sunday, weighedin king salmon Amalga: Friday, scholarship salmon; Saturday, weighed-in king salmon; Sunday, weighed-in coho Total value: $900 #3 WESTERN AUTO MARINE $50 for largest coho weighed in at each weigh-in station on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday $50 for largest king weighed in at each weigh-in station on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday Total value: $900 #4 SOUTHEAST DENTAL GROUP – CHARLES SCHULTZ, DDS $100 for the third largest salmon weighed in by a girl 13 years of age or younger on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday $100 for the third largest salmon weighed in by a boy 13 years of age or younger on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday Total value: $600 #5 HESSON AND DEAKINS, INC. $50 each day at each dock for the first fisher to present items at weigh-in stations, per radio announcement Total value: $450 #6 SONIE’S SERVICES $50 for the largest salmon weighed in by a female at each weigh station on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday Total value: $450 #7 JUNEAU ELECTRIC $100 for the largest coho weighed in on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday Total value: $300
#9 GREG AND TAMARA COOK $100 for the first person to show up at the Douglas dock with a pink salmon (“Noble Humpy”), following radio announcement Total value: $100 #10 US COAST GUARD AUXILIARY $50 for the first fisher to show up at the Auke Bay dock with a weigh-in or scholarship salmon and has a 2017 USCG vessel safety sticker, following radio announcement Total value: $50 #11 LARRY’S QUALITY HEATING AND PLUMBING $250 for the oldest person with a salmon placing among the top 71 weighed-in fish Total value: $250 #12 KARL’S AUTO AND MARINE $100 for largest salmon weighed in at the Douglas dock each day, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday Total value: $300 #13 JUNEAU HYDROPOWER, INC. $500 for the largest salmon caught by a Veteran Total value: $500 #14 FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY – AMAZING BOOKSTORE Twenty-five $2.00 gift certificates randomly given to fishers at each dock on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday Total value: $50 #15 McDONALDS OF SE ALASKA Eleven $5.00 extra Value Meal certificates randomly given to fishers at each dock on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday Total value: $55 #16 JUNEAU PIZZA Six 12” pizza coupons given to first fishers to present items at each dock, per radio announcement Total value: $118 #17 ALASKA TACKLE COMPANY – TRENT WILSON Thirty pairs of hoochie earrings for the top 3 salmon caught by women at each of the weigh-in stations on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, and 1 pair of hoochie earrings randomly given to a female fisher at each weigh-in station on Saturday Total value: $450 #18 JUNEAU-DOUGLAS BOATBUILDING CLASS 10 foot wooden/fiberglass skiff built by JDHS class presented to fisher 16 years of age or younger placing highest among the top 71 prize winners Total value: $ 1,000
#8 BULLWINKLE’S PIZZA Four $30 pizza coupons presented at each dock on each day for first fishers to show up with items announced on the radio Total value: $1,080
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Try this on the Grill: Cooking Fish Cooking on a grill is not just conducive to making steaks or burgers. Seafood is something that also cooks easily and tastefully over an open fire. Grillmasters too often shy away from cooking seafood on the grill. They may feel it's too complicated. Although cooking fish on the barbecue requires a little know-how, it tends to be just as easy as cooking traditional barbecue fare once you get the hang of it. Fileted fish tends to break apart quite easily once it is cooked. If you have reservations about cooking fish on a grill, you may want to start with a thicker cut of fish, or the entire fish itself. Fish steaks are thicker cuts and, though they take longer to cook on the grill, they'll also hold together better than thin, filet slices. Many different types of fish can be cut into steaks, including halibut, salmon, shark, tuna, and more. Even if the fish you are cooking is thick, there is still a chance of making a mess of it while grilling unless you follow two important rules: Cook on a well-oiled grill, and don't touch the fish too much during cooking. A well-oiled
surface is essential to keeping the steak or filet from sticking to the rungs of the grill. Many people like to flip grilled foods several times to check for doneness, but doing so with fish can cause it to flake apart. Instead, leave the fish alone until the edges have become opaque and are just starting to flake apart before you turn it. Then do not handle the fish again until you are ready to take it off the grill. Cooking directly over the flame is fast, but you also can use non-stick foil and steam the fish within a foil packet. With this method of cooking you can better seal in juices and even top the fish with lemon slices or vegetables so the items cook together. Using a foil packet also helps keep the fish from breaking apart on the grill, and can be a safe method to try if this is your first foray into grilling fish. Finned fish are not the only types of sea-dwelling creatures that can be cooked on the barbecue. Everything from clams to shrimp can be tossed on the barbecue. Oysters and clams can be cleaned and placed directly on a well-oiled grill. Simply cook for 3 to 4
minutes until the shells of the oysters and clams open up widely. Shrimp can be grilled using a seafood basket that keeps the food contained for easy flipping en masse. Otherwise, slide shrimp on kabob skewers or bamboo sticks (soak wood sticks in water before putting on the grill) to cook easily. Shrimp cooks quickly. Check for a pink color after a few minutes so the shrimp don't overcook and become rubbery. You can also cook lobster or crayfish on the grill. Parboil the lobster inside the house for a few minutes. Then take the lobster out of the pot and dunk into ice water to stop the boiling process. Halve the lobster and brush each side with melted butter. Then place the lobster, meat-sidedown, onto the grill. Cook for an additional 5 minutes per side, or until the meat looks opaque in color. Grilling seafood is nothing to fear. Once you master some of the techniques for success, delicious meals will follow. ÂŽCTW
JDHS class donates boat to Salmon Derby By Alex McCarthy Juneau Empire
Ron Somerville, left, and Doug Larsen, of Territorial Sportsmen Inc., show on Monday, July 17, 2017, a 10-foot wood and fiberglass boat built and donated by Juneau-Douglas High School students. The boat will be a prize for the biggest fish caught by a youth, 16 years and younger, during next month’s Golden North Salmon Derby. Michael Penn | Juneau Empire
Salmon Derby Co-Chair Doug Larsen still remembers a small rowboat his dad built for him when he was 12 years old. It lasted him decades before he finally got rid of it a just last year. At this year’s Golden North Salmon Derby, another Juneau youngster will earn a rowboat of his or her very own. In this year’s Salmon Derby, one of the prizes will be a 10-foot rowboat that the Juneau-Douglas Woodworking class donated to the derby this summer. The top finisher in the youth category (aged 16 or younger) will win the boat, Larsen said. JDHS teacher Collin Dukes’ CHOICE Boat Building class makes a rowboat every semester, according to the class website, and usually sells the boat to get the money back for material costs. This boat, however, the class decided to donate to the Salmon Derby. “We’re pretty tickled that they thought to donate it
to the Derby,” Larsen said earlier this week. The 71st annual Salmon Derby runs from Aug. 11-13, and 71 contestants will win prizes for catching the largest salmon. The prizes, including the boat, will be distributed at 7 p.m. Aug. 17 at Elizabeth Peratrovich Hall. The boat seems to be pretty durable, Larsen said, and has a chance to last for a long time if it’s properly stored and cared for. Larsen was impressed by the quality of the boat, comparing it to the House Build program, run by JDHS teacher Andy Bullick, where high school students learn construction skills by actually building a house. “Any time you take a group of high school kids and come up with a nice product like this,” Larsen said, “it’s kind of like the (House Build) program that Andy Bullick does, it’s pretty remarkable.” • Contact reporter Alex McCarthy at alex. firstname.lastname@example.org.
1950 Golden North Salmon Derby Winner, Mrs. Thelma Boddy, Juneau 36 lbs., 3 oz.
Please read the rules ON PAGE 5 – Don’t run the risk of being disqualified!
Derby Dedication for Susan Listberger The 2017 Golden North Salmon Derby Committee is pleased to dedicate its 71st derby to Susan Listberger. Susan, born Susan Meketa in Albuquerque, New Mexico, moved to Juneau with her parents and four sisters when she was 5 years old. Susan fondly recalls her early years of derby fishing in Juneau. She, her parents, and four sisters would motor up to the starting line outside the Douglas Boat Harbor, waiting for the cannon to signal each day’s start. Huddled together with her sisters in the bow of the family’s 16-foot wooden boat, her father would open the throttle as the mass of boats launched off the starting line at the boom of the cannon. Susan and her family members have continued to remain active participants in the derby over the past four decades, placing a few times in the top fish, but mostly having fun just being part of the exciting event. After graduating from Juneau-Douglas High School in 1978, Susan moved to Olympia, Washington where she worked two years for a private company before relocating to Seattle to work for Alaska’s Marine Highway System. After 2 ½ years in Seattle, Susan transferred
MEMORIAL DERBY DEDICATION KATHY HILDRE
with AMH back to Juneau and has been here ever since. In 1987 she married Tom Listberger. She and Tom have two sons. In 1994, Susan left State service to open her own business, Bookkeeping Plus, and to spend more time with her children. A year after opening her business, Susan was hired to oversee the financial records for The Territorial Sportsmen, Inc. With her involvement with TSI and her history with and knowledge of the Golden North Salmon Derby, Susan was soon hired to serve as the derby coordinator, a function she performed flawlessly for several years. Some years, in addition to being the derby’s coordinator, she tripled up as its prize and food chairs as well. After several years serving as coordinator, Susan stepped down from the position. She continues to coach and mentor new coordinators and help out whenever she can. In 2008 and 2009, Susan stepped up to co-chair the derby. Throughout her involvement with TSI and the Golden North Salmon Derby Susan has remained an active source of information, help, and insights for derby coordinators and chairs, alike. It is with great pleasure that this year’s derby committee recognizes Susan for her dedication and many contributions to the organization, the derby, and Juneau’s youth. Please join us in congratulating Susan on her welldeserved recognition.
It’s not easy to put into words memories of a friend who lived life as fully as Kathy. She was at the center of our best efforts – organizing community events, serving on boards – always advocating for good change. She believed passionately in a prosperous Southeast, and was a dogged defender of Alaska’s capital city. Fun, talkative, engaging, Kathy was a whirlwind of activity, a true networking force. She served on the Alaska Committee Board, chaired the 50th anniversary Capital City Celebrations, and co-chaired the Golden North Salmon Derby seven times between the years of 1979 and 1996. Kathy worked in the visitor industry for 40 years – 15 years as manager of the Glacier Bay Lodge. She also worked with Holland America, Allen Marine and Four Seasons Marine, always working to showcase the best of Alaska. Kathy was a lifelong resident of Southeast. Born in Juneau on September 29, 1942 to James and Jessie Orme, she grew up in Juneau’s close knit community and early on developed a knack for bringing people together. A 1960 graduate of Juneau-Douglas High School, Kathy was known for
-- Cathy Muñoz & Doug Larsen, Derby Co-Chairs
keeping in touch with her classmates and organizing reunions and gatherings over the many years. Kathy’s feisty spirit and strongly expressed points of view could be disarming at times, but her straightforward candor was refreshing in the era of the politically correct. Over the years, we spoke often about her latest projects and advocacies. She was especially concerned for the Alaska Marine Highway System and was determined to make sure this most vital Southeast transportation network was well-supported. On April 22, 2017, a memorable party in Kathy’s honor was held at the Juneau Yacht Club. Hundreds of people came. Young and old, Republican and Democrat, blue collar and company bosses. It was striking how diverse the gathering was, but not surprising for the fact that Kathy Hildre touched so many. Kathy is survived by her husband of nearly 40 years, Ron, son Jim, and daughter Stormy Keyes. The Territorial Sportsmen Board of Directors and organizers of the 71st Golden North Salmon Derby are honored to recognize Kathy Hildre for her outstanding contributions to the success of the Derby and the educational opportunities provided to generations of Juneau youth.
Past Derby Winners 1947 Dick Harris, Juneau, 38 lbs., 4 oz.
1983 Larry Edmonson, Juneau, 36 lbs., 15 oz.
1948 Bob Henry, Seattle, 37 lbs., 13 oz.
1984 Eugene Shields, Juneau, 33.0 lbs.
1949 Mrs. Ann Clements, Juneau, 36 lbs., 6 oz.
1985 Sue Judson, Juneau, 35.2 lbs.
1950 Mrs. A.W. Boddy, Juneau, 36 lbs., 3 oz.
1986 John Estes, Douglas, 38.7 lbs.
1951 E.E. Norton, Juneau, 56 lbs.,
1987 Anne Patrice Hudson, Juneau, 30.9 lbs.
1952 C.E. (Chuck) Porter, Juneau, 43 lbs.,
1988 Vince DeMuth, Juneau, 32.3 lbs.
1953 Jack Messer , Thane, 51 lbs., 10 oz.
1988 Carlton Russell, Jr., Juneau, 32.3 lbs.
1954 Lonnie Temple, Juneau, 51 lbs., 4 oz.
1989 Jay Ellis, Juneau, 44.0 lbs.
1955 Bob Pasquan, Juneau, 46 lbs., 8 oz.
1990 Roger Drapeaux, Juneau, 55.0 lbs.
1956 Dale Dean, Juneau, 42 lbs., 6 oz.
1991 Linda Egan, Douglas, 31.45 lbs.
1957 Henry Tacholsky, Juneau, 59 lbs., 3 oz.
1992 Terry Wirta, Pelican, 34.7 lbs.
1958 Roy Conners, Juneau, 44 lbs., 3 oz.
1993 Mike Vuille, Juneau, 35.9 lbs.
1959 Kenneth Schaffer, Juneau, 49 lbs., 14 oz.
1994 Alfred Cook, Juneau, 33.5 lbs.
1960 George Cantillon, Auke Bay, 42 lbs., 14 oz.
1995 Betty Niemi, Juneau, 30.0 lbs.
1961 Rudy Pusich, Douglas, 43 lbs., 15 oz.
1996 Peter Gundersen, Juneau, 31.1 lbs.
1962 Bill Overstreet, Juneau, 29 lbs., 2 oz.
[Maggie Hall caught a $100,000, 7.9 lb tagged fish]
1963 Joel Pasquan, Juneau, 43 lbs., 15 oz.
1997 Shane Rear, Juneau, 31.2 lbs.
1964 Marvel Boddy, Juneau, 36 lbs., 13 oz.
1998 Michael Scott Kelly, Haines, 30.4 lbs.
1965 Mrs. Emma Williams, Hoonah, 47 lbs., 14 oz.
1999 William Hartsock, Douglas, 28.0 lbs.
1966 Claude Elton, Juneau, 44 lbs., 15 oz.
2000 Wayne Sutherland, Boise, ID, 36.9 lbs.
1967 Elmer Lindstrom, Juneau, 44 lbs., 14 oz.
2001 Ryan Beason, Douglas, 33.9 lbs.
1968 James Beedle, Juneau, 30 lbs., 11 oz.
2002 Ryan Beason, Douglas, 34.0 lbs.
1969 Reynolds Young, Juneau, 40 lbs., 3 oz.
2003 Vickie Perry, Juneau, 35.2 lbs.
1970 Joyce Wollfolk, Sitka, 40 lbs., 8 oz.
2004 Carol Munro, Juneau, 26.5 lbs.
1971 Gary Hedges, Juneau, 59 lbs., 8 oz.
2005 Debbie White, Juneau, 32.9 lbs.
1972 Frank Williams, Juneau, 48 lbs., 4 oz.
2006 Ron Repplinger, Beaverton, 30.8 lbs.
1973 William Bendixen, Juneau, 39 lbs., 12 oz.
2007 Steve Mielke, Juneau, 36.4 lbs.
1974 Tilly Hines, Juneau, 31 lbs., 12 oz.
2008 Sheldon Winters, Juneau, 35.6 lbs.
1975 Johan Dybdahl, Juneau, 42 lbs., 14 oz.
2009 Marsha Montag, Juneau, 28.6 lbs.
1976 Dick Straty, Tee Harbor, 50 lbs., 5 oz.
2010 Ted Quinn, Juneau, 26.0 lbs.
1977 Jerry Ratliff, Juneau, 50 lbs., 5 oz.
2011 Sandra Dunn, Juneau, 24.8 lbs.
1978 Marc Tuchsherer, Juneau, 28 lbs., 10 oz.
2012 Brysen Mitchell, Juneau, 26.8 lbs.
1979 Lance Youngquist, Juneau, 48 lbs., 1 oz.
2013 Jody Hass, Juneau, 29.2 lbs.
1980 Joseph Junker, Douglas, 27 lbs., 5 oz.
2014 Max Mielke, Juneau, 27.9 lbs.
1981 Mike Fairbanks, Juneau, 32 lbs., 3 oz.
2015 Jody Hass, Juneau, 27.4 lbs.
1982 Robert Williams, Jr., Juneau, 29 lbs., 8 oz.
2016 Katherine Dimond, Juneau, 27.4 lbs.
Territorial Sportsmen Scholarship Recipients 1953 1955 1956 1956 1957 1957 1958 1958 1959 1959 1960 1960 1961 1961 1961 1962 1962 1962 1963 1963 1963 1964 1964 1964 1964 1965 1965 1965 1965 1965 1966 1966 1966 1966 1967 1967 1967 1967 1968 1968 1968 1968 1969 1969 1969 1969 1970 1970 1970 1970 1970 1970 1971 1971 1971
Johnny Harris Jack Weisgerber Olaf Bartness Robert Whistler Malin Babcock Richard Newton Martha Cole Devot Tom Carpenter Kenneth Gain Kristin Kennedy Gray Ed Loidhammer Linda Willis Noble Dennis Sperl John Gissberg Patsy Popejoy Nordmark Gary Komatsubara Gloria Osborne Katzenberger Roger Eichmann Bill Stoddard John Cooper Lee Ann Satre Penman Douglas Wahto Dwight Urbane Nelson Eugene Lundstrom William Dean Anthony Shepard Bernard Bolton Craig Forrest Lillian Dore Felsted John Gissberg* Jerry Taylor Richard Mattson Sharon Fader Pippin Ted Merrell Charles Van Kirk Glen Sheppard Margaret Shaw Schiebe Tom McLaughlin Doris Kirchhofer Douglas Adam Moles Kathy Floreske Schutte Stephen Watkins Chris Allen Diane Harris Greg Howe Robert Olson Cecelia Adkins Watkins Charles Mendenhall Eric Cody Salter Paul Johnson Peggy Whelan Maclnnis Robert Ward Albert Bixby Carl Bland John Hanna
1973 1973 1973 1973 1973 1974 1974 1974 1974 1974 1974 1974 1974 1975 1975 1975 1975 1975 1975 1975 1975 1976 1976 1976 1976 1977 1977 1977 1977 1977 1978 1978 1978 1978 1978 1978 1978 1979 1979 1979 1979 1979 1979 1979 1980 1980 1980 1980 1980 1980 1981 1981 1981 1981 1981
1971 Linda Blefgen 1971 Lyman Thorsteinson 1972 Chris Grieser 1972 Cynthia Trice 1972 Gary Adair 1972 Lynette Anderson 1972 Mike Mitchell 1973 Betsy McHugh 1973 Carmine DiCostanzo Donald Brooks Randy Riddell Richard Behrends Sally Hanna Hinzman Steve Strandberg Richard McConagy Anna Mclean Barbara Branton Bern Savikko Bonny Buzzell Millard Donna Wright Gemperlin Gordon Duval Kim Shumway Rice Angela Westman Lunda Doug Larsen Janet Clark John Mulligan Kelley Miller Mary Hakala Mike Sickles Robert Peel Bret Schmiege Greg Kindall Steve Rausch Terry Buzzell Cecily Skoog Colleen Campbell Kristina Simpson Robin Sylvester Steve Brown Constance Simpson Doug Murray Kristine Furuness Lewis Pamela Van Houten Patrick Eberhardt Sean Oâ€™Brian Will Metcalf Dennis Edwards Heidi Gnagy McConnell Kurt Lutterman Michael Eberhardt Pat Costello Paul Morris Wayne McGee Chris Brown Dru Dickey Fenster Laura Welp Fertig Mark Pusich Stacey McGee McKinney Susan Jurasz* Jeanine Spence Jeff Condron Karen Lentfer Katherine Eldemar Laura King Ekins
1981 1981 1982 1982 1982 1982 1982 1982 1983 1983 1983 1983 1983 1984 1984 1984 1984 1984 1985 1985 1985 1985 1985 1985 1985 1986 1986 1986 1986 1986 1986 1986 1987 1987 1987 1988 1988 1988 1989 1989 1990 1990 1990 1991 1991 1991 1992 1992 1992 1993 1993 1993 1993 1994 1994 1994 1994 1995 1995 1995 1995 1995 1996 1996
Mark Morris Mike Jaenicke Becky Hinman-Frank David Lee Eileen Sturrock Kari Kiefer Monagle Ken Cheatham Sydney Mitchell Dennis Kaill Emily Clark Jay Sears Lynette Warner Susan (Tori) Lentfer Jackie Wagner Jill Van Hulle Kelda Denton Richard Bloomquist Wayne Hall Christine Forrest Kondzela** Eric Minor Hank Lentfer Karla Wood Scot Fiscus Stefani Cantwell Wes Sanford Katherine Hocker Kirstin Nelson Lynda Warner Melissa Edwards Rebecca Millar Conlon Tom McCarthy** David Ackley** Jack Blackwell Juliana Pegues Mike Moberly Dina Costa Gregg Kari Koski Zachary Hanna Cary Sedgwick Robert Piorkowski** Elizabeth Cheney Heather Peterson Hardcastle Scott Kelley** John Arnold Jon Gunstrom Kirsten Shelton Mari Anderson Robert Quinto Steve Morley Amy Coxe Dallas Hargrave Janel Taylor Hermann Tad Fujioka Cory Papenfuss Keegan McCarthy Rebecca Kelleyhouse Scott Bloom Jeff Regelin Jessica Walker Robyn Zimmerman Sadie Wright Summer Schoenberger Brenda Dau Matt Beedle
1996 1997 1997 1997 1997 1997 1998 1998 1998 1998 1999 1999 1999 1999 1999 1999 1999 1999 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2001 2001 2001 2001 2001 2001 2001 2001 2002 2002 2002 2002 2002 2002 2003 2003 2003 2004 2004 2004 2004 2004 2005 2005 2005 2005 2005 2005 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2007 2007 2007
Michael Janes Angie Wright Soboleff Jessica Etheridge Ole Shelton Tony Nizich Brent Peterson** Brent Vollenweider Dorothy Melambianakis Dave Nicolls Andrew Dietrick Wendy Dau Luke Fanning Elizabeth Hanley Helen Imamura Zach Turner* Jarret Lister* Marty Woodrow Judy Lum** Monika Bethers Dennis Bevegni* Jack Gray Marjorie Housley Robert Korpela* Scott Moeller Anah Mourant Shah Garrett Schoenberger Ryan Zimmerman Robert Korpela* Cal Craig Jeff Fanning Jeremy Hansen Corey Harmon Stefanie Messerschmidt Wendy Sidney Smith* Veida Forrest Erik Pedersen Brett Fairchild Greg Albrecht Nick Foster* Matt Laramie* Wendy Sidney Smith* Whitney Harding Travis Larsen Nathan Purves Nathan Schroeder Olin Robus Alice Smoker Gerrad Craig* Steven Pfister * Aaron Bruce Carly Garrison Carl Lundquist Tabitha Williams Cameron Metzgar * Ben Olsen * Evan Thibodeau Riley Hall Gunnar Miller Matthew Josephson Mason Hunt* Chad Walter* Richard Matthews Nick Marthallar* Ryan Beason
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Tom Meiners Owen Kelley Kyle Oâ€™Brien Evan Fritz Christian Parker* Steven Gile Jr.* Lindsay Birk Richard Hoffman Sam Messerschmidt Nicholas Ramseth Colton Baker* Logan Balstad Kevin Craig Trevor Larsen Steven Gile, Jr.* Daniel Powell* Chad Wilson* Annika Ord Craig Kasberg, Robin Woodby Jacob Calvin* Nicholas Mow* Mitchell Brown* Kaci Hansen, JDHS Margaret Meiners, TMHS Mattheus Tempel, JDHS Kurt Wade, TMHS Zack Fisher, JDHS* Sara Ohlin, JDHS* Eric Buckless, JDHS Anna Gregovich, JDHS Deborah Kasberg, JDHS Keith Andrews, JDHS Alex Glass, TMHS Laura Scholes, JSD Matthew Campbell, JDHS Spencer Lunda, JDHS Anna Thompson, JDHS Keith Andrews* , JDHS Zachary Eberhardt* , IDEA Marcus Moulton* , THMS Laura Scholes* , JSD Dennis Barril, TMHS Ashley Bush, JDHS Joseph Spencer, TMHS Abram Leigh*, JDHS Matt Cunningham, TMHS Jason Hock, JDHS Jessica Landry, TMHS Trevar Fiscus***, HS Alice Johnson, TMHS Oscar Jones, JDHS Mark Puliafico*, JDHS Cameron Jardell, JDHS Simon Marks, JDHS Gavin Martin, TMHS
Cameron Jardell, JDHS
Gavin Martin, TMHS
* Vocational/Technical/Special Scholarship ** Graduate Fellowship *** Home schooled
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Kids Don’t Float!
Handle your fish with care Please help provide more money for scholarships by taking care of your fish! The following guidelines have been provided by the Alaska Department of Fish & Game for keeping your fish in the best possible condition so the maximum value is retained. Do everything possible to preserve the quality of your fish: • DO NOT clean your fish!* Fish must be delivered IN THE ROUND! • Keep fish moist and cool. • Please ice your fish in a slush mixture of 1/3 ice to 2/3 Sea Water (ice is available at all weigh-in stations and Tee Harbor.) • Please do not put fish in plastic bags. Use wet burlap if you do not have ice. • Turn in your fish as soon as possible. * State of Alaska, Dept. of Environmental Conservation regulations do not allow cleaned fish to be accepted by the Derby.
(Neither do adults!) Photo by: Liudmila Sundikova, 123rf.com
Come home safely from the Derby: Wear your lifejacket and be sure your kids do, too!
Think Safety On The Water! FILE A FLOAT PLAN! Remember to carry safety equipment, including: • Properly fitting lifejackets for everyone on board • Fire extinguisher • Visual distress signals • A VHF radio (or cell phone) • Other emergency supplies
Scholarship FISH HIGH FIVE DRAWING
High Five drawing for all derby ticket purchasers
SCHOLARSHIP FISH HIGH FIVE DRAWING Drawing for up to $50,000 sponsored by Hecla Greens Creek Mine and Coeur-Alaska Kensington Gold Mine — guaranteed minimum prize of $500. • One winner and four alternates will be selected by drawings from scholarship fish prize tickets.
Drawing for up to $44,000 sponsored by Bullwinkle’s Pizza, guaranteed minimum prize of $44 and $440 in pizza coupons.
HIGH 5 CONTEST RULES: The selected contestant is presented 40 sealed envelopes. Each envelope contains prizewinning amounts of $50,000 (5 envelopes), $10,000 (6 envelopes), $2,500 (9 envelopes) or $500 (20 envelopes). The contestant selects and opens envelopes in any order they choose until they have opened 5 envelopes with matching amounts. The contestant wins the amount shown on the 5 matching envelopes.
SCHOLARSHIP TICKET PRIZE DRAWING For each scholarship fish turned in, contestants will receive one scholarship prize ticket that provides, if drawn, the opportunity to win one of the daily prizes listed below. All other prize drawings will be done after the derby and will be available for pick up at awards night. Ticket numbers will be posted on the Salmon Derby website (goldennorthsalmonderby.com) on Wednesday, Aug. 16. Winners must have their derby ticket and the winning door prize ticket with them to collect the prize. Any prizes that are not collected at awards night will be forfeited to the derby committee. TERRITORIAL SPORTSMEN, INC. 1 — $250 each day from each station where scholarship fish are turned in (Douglas, Auke Bay, Amalga, and tender) 1 — $500 each day from all scholarship fish stations combined 5 — $100 each day from all scholarship fish stations combined 10 — $50 each day from all scholarship fish stations combined Total value: $7500
This year, in celebration of Bullwinkle’s 44th year in business, each derby ticket holder will have a chance to be drawn to receive a High Five prize of up to $44,000 with a guaranteed minimum of $44 and $440 in pizza coupons. One winner and four alternates will be selected by drawings from all derby tickets purchased. Ticket numbers will be posted on the Salmon Derby website (http://www.goldennorthsalmonderby. com) on Wednesday, Aug. 16. Winners must have their derby ticket with them at awards night to collect the prize. Any prizes that are not collected will be forfeited. CONTEST RULES: The selected contestant is presented 40 sealed envelopes; each envelope contains prize winning amounts of $44,000 (5 envelopes), $4,400 (6 envelopes), $440 (9 envelopes) or $44 plus a $440 Bullwinkle’s gift certificate (20 envelopes). The contestant selects and opens envelopes in any order they choose until they have opened five (5) envelopes with matching amounts. The contestant wins the amount shown on the 5 matching envelopes.
WILLIE’S MARINE, INC. Zodiak C-260 Rollup Inflatable boat, 8’ 6” from all scholarship tickets. Total value: $1,492.00 SOUTHEAST RADIOLOGY CONSULTANTS, LLC. $500 cash from a drawing from all scholarship tickets. Total value: $500.00 ANDY MILLS Ed Mills Salmon print from a drawing from all scholarship tickets Total value: $150.00 Juneau Bone & Joint Center - Ted Schwarting, MD $500.00 cash for a drawing from all scholarship tickets. Total Value: $500.00