Jeannie McMacken/Peninsula Daily News

Jeannie McMacken/Peninsula Daily News

PHOTO: Admirable chinook catch

Marine Area 9 opened for hatchery king salmon fishing Monday and angler/brothers Brad, left, and Bruce Monrad of Concrete caught some large fish in Admiralty Inlet.

Brad’s salmon weighed in at 25 pounds and Bruce’s at 15 pounds.

Capt. Rich Olson of Northwest Fishing Charters in Everett said this is one of biggest hatchery chinook he’s seen in Puget Sound in the 35 years he’s chartered tours.

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