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2004 — Week 31

A mix of sun and clouds, sometimes rain and especially the windy conditions made the fishing difficult. However we also had two days with hardly any wind at all and this was nice for sure! Despite the windy conditions the fishing overall remained very good. Especially the fly-fishing for Grayling was fantastic; with many big fish in the range of 40-48 cm. The fly seemed to do the trick as well with Laketrout fishing and a few very nice fish up to 20lb. were caught. A lot of rain in the south made our nearby Sockeye Salmon river rise and fishing was impossible for three days, but as soon as it clears up we will see a lot of action as the Salmon run is very strong. We made only one trip for the Kings this week, as we want to leave these fish alone for spawning. So that’s it for the King Salmon this year, we had a lot of nice catches and it was a good run too. All in all it was a successful week and although sometimes tough with the wind, fishing still is and remains an outdoors sport!

Statistics

Water : 10 – 14° C
Air : 14 – 18° C

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Namaycush > 100 cm :
Pike > 100 cm :
Grayling > 48 cm : Roland Locatelli (48cm), Zdenek Edelmann (48cm)

Salmon

King > 30 lbs : Daniel Weber
Coho > 15 lbs : Off Season
Sockeye > 10 lbs :

Misty morning A misty morning by our mountains Nice Grayling One of many big Grayling this week Great fishing pool A great spot for Fly Fishing

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