Joey Kang, 13, of Port Angeles caught a 28-pound king salmon this week at Freshwater Bay west of Port Angeles. Kang was fishing with his father James Kang of Port Angeles and reeled in the giant fish himself. (Courtesy photo)

Joey Kang, 13, of Port Angeles caught a 28-pound king salmon this week at Freshwater Bay west of Port Angeles. Kang was fishing with his father James Kang of Port Angeles and reeled in the giant fish himself. (Courtesy photo)

SALMON FISHING: 13-year-old Port Angeles boy catches 28-pounder

Joey Kang, 13, of Port Angeles caught a 28-pound king salmon this week at Freshwater Bay west of Port Angeles.

Kang was fishing with his father James Kang of Port Angeles and reeled in the giant fish himself.

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