Seward man lands $10,000 for a coho

Anchorage Daily NewsAugust 19, 2012 

A Seward resident held on to win this year's Seward Silver Salmon Derby with a 16.14-pound coho.

Earl Cagle, 69, topped the leader board with the biggest fish, Derby organizers said Sunday evening. First place in the derby is worth $10,000.

Others who placed in the derby top 10 and the size of their silver, are:

• Tristan Borneman of Anchorage, with a fish 15.71 pounds;

• Roger Groth of Nikiski, 15.37 pounds;

• Kim Daniel of Soldotna, 15.33 pounds;

• Tim Permenter of Anchorage, 14.95 pounds

• Jennifer Hemera of Anchorage, 14.79 pounds

• Theresa Donhauser of Anchorage, 14.78 pounds

• Derek Langley of Chugiak, 14.62 pounds

• Rebecca Stineberg of Palmer, 14.54 pounds

• James Speten of Ralton Gardens, Idaho, 14.49 pounds.

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