Fred Stingley, from Glasgow, and Brian Olson, from Fort Peck, both caught salmon over the weekend on Fort Peck Reservoir.
Stingley caught his salmon with a wobbler spoon in the marina bay, and Olson caught his salmon in Duck Creek Bay.
More and more salmon are coming into the bays everyday, as anglers are anticipating snagging season beginning this Saturday October 1.
Nice work, guys!
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