$10,000 First Place Cash Prize!

And hundreds of additional prizes to be won!

Join us
for the
26th Annual Everett Coho Derby
September 21-22, 2019


High Percentage Coho Fishing

Presented by the Everett Coho Derby

Speakers: Conner Martinis & John Martinis of John's Sporting Goods


Conner & John Martinis of John's Sporting Goods will discuss Gear, location and strategies for catching Coho in Marine Area's 9 and 10.

The seminar will be open to the public for free and it will include valuable information for beginners as well as the seasoned angler.

Derby tickets will be available at the seminar as well as a "Woody's World Famous Raffle" for some top notch Coho Fishing Gear.


Wednesday, September 18, 2019

Doors open at 6:00pm  |  Begins at 7:00pm

Everett Bayside Marine Showroom
(1111 Craftsman Way, Everett, WA 98201)


Open to the Public

Sponsored by:

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Top Cash Prizes

Many thanks to these outstanding organizations for their support of the 2019 Everett Coho Derby.


Bring your Cannon Downrigger(s) in before the seminar and have them re-spooled for free! Re-spooling is limited to the amount of feet being removed. (Example: if 100' of cable is removed, 100' of new cable will be re-spooled.) No limit to the number of Cannon Downriggers being re-spooled. Downriggers MUST be Cannon brand. While supplies last.


Wednesday, September 18, 2019

5:00pm - 7:00pm*

Everett Bayside Marine Showroom
(1111 Craftsman Way, Everett, WA 98201)


*MUST be a Cannon brand downrigger. While supplies last.


In 1993, the local fishing oriented business was in a quandary.  In an attempt to protect many threatened runs of Coho salmon, the State of Washington declared much of the salt water off limits to salmon fishing and closed most of the local rivers.  The only area available was the Snohomish River system and a small “Bubble” right outside the mouth of the Snohomish River.  Interest in salmon fishing was low and the sporting goods stores were worried about sales of fishing gear.


One of the local store managers, Fabian Loomas from Jerry’s Surplus in Everett, approached Jim Brauch of the Everett Steelhead and Salmon club and Mark Spada of the Snohomish Sportsmen’s Club with a proposal.  If we would put together a salmon derby targeting the small area, which was open, Fabian would try to solicit prizes from the various distributors.  In addition, if we did not sell enough tickets to cover the prize money, he would guarantee the prize money would be paid.  How could we say, no?  The decision was made quickly!

The Everett Coho Derby