24-pound Chinook leads fishing derby

Staff Reports Posted 3 August 2014 at 12:00 am

POINT BREEZE – A 24-pound Chinook is leading the Albion Rotary Club’s annual fishing derby, which started on Saturday and continues until Aug. 17.Clifford Stout of Northeast, Md., leads the derby with 24-pound, 1-ounce Chinook. The grand prize is $4,000 for the heaviest fish. Foster Miller of Holley won last year’s derby with a 34-pound, 13-ounce Chinook.

In other categories, Matt Bedient of Lockport leads the Chinook Division with a 20-pound, 3-ounce Chinook. Mike Schaeffer of Sligo, Pa., has the biggest rainbow trout with a 14-pound, 1-ounce fish.

Karen Cinelli of Newfane leads with a 12-pound, 9-ounce brown trout, and April Johnson of Rochester is in first place with a 16-pound, 4-ounce lake trout.

The Rotary Club will give away about $8,800 in prizes with the derby. For more information, click here.