Olympic Peninsula Salmon Derby Clinton angler Mark Thompson weighed in this 19.35-pound blackmouth chinook on Friday, the opening day of the Olympic Peninsula Salmon Derby. Thompson’s fish is still atop the leaderboard entering today’s final day of fishing.

Olympic Peninsula Salmon Derby Clinton angler Mark Thompson weighed in this 19.35-pound blackmouth chinook on Friday, the opening day of the Olympic Peninsula Salmon Derby. Thompson’s fish is still atop the leaderboard entering today’s final day of fishing.

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