Derby tickets cost $40 per person ($42.50 online) for 1 or all 3 days. [One ticket is good for the whole derby or for whatever days you go out.]
Participants must have a current Derby ticket prior to fishing. [There are no stickers.]
Each person on vessel must have a ticket, whether fishing or not and regardless of age. [Every legal pole in the boat needs its own ticket on hand.]
Ticket purchases are NONREFUNDABLE. Remember these tickets support a nonprofit charity [and we rely on every ticket sale; if you can’t use your ticket, you may be able to report the cost as a tax deductible donation].
All Derby ticket holders are eligible to fish, including officials.
Tickets can be purchased (subject to availability):
From any of these merchants, for $40 per person, until close of business on Wednesday before the derby:
Brian’s Sporting Goods, Sequim
Four Corners Store, Port Townsend
Fish’n Hole, Port Townsend
Fishing Supplies & Gear, Discovery Bay
Olympic Equipment Rental, Port Hadlock
Longhouse Market & Deli, Blyn
Outdoor Emporium, Seattle
Quimper Mercantile, Port Townsend
Swain’s General Store, Port Angeles
Ted’s Sports Center, Lynnwood
Westside Marine, Port Townend send
Sportsman’s Warehouse, Silverdale
Wild Birds Unlimited, Gardiner
Ticket sales for the 2017 Olympic Peninsula Salmon Derby end Wednesday, February 15, 2017.