Courtney Galloway of Telegraph Cove Resort and Campground records the weight of an 18.5 lb Chinook during the Telegraph Cove Fishing Derby Sunday.

Cove crafts and catches

Telegraph Cove Resort and Campground drew a crowd during its annual Craft Fair and Salmon Derby last weekend.

TELEGRAPH COVE—Telegraph Cove Resort and Campground drew a crowd during its annual Craft Fair and Salmon Derby last weekend.

Saturday’s Craft Fair saw vendors lined up along the boardwalk, drawing crafters from local communities, as well as far-away visitors. Tables featured teas, knitwear, home-baked goodies, temporary tattoos, handmade jewelry and more.

A salmon barbecue on the boardwalk and hot corn on the cob were available

throughout the day.

The fishing derby began at dawn on Sunday, with weigh-ins taking place until

4 p.m. Proceeds from the event raised almost $4,000.00 for the Kokish Hatchery

Salmon Enhancement Project. It was followed by a barbecue and potluck in the evening.

 

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