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2004 — Week 35

The weather showed all its varieties this week: sun with no wind, mix of sun and clouds, rain and wind. The temperatures have dropped quite a bit and we have had some nights with frost. Some leaves have already changed colour and soon we will have this picturesque panorama which makes our fall so spectacular. Due to the cooler temperatures our nearby river in Alaska was in good shape again and very fishy! Our first fly-out trip to Dry Bay for the Silver Salmon this year was a great success as well. Not only the weather was fantastic but the fishing was too. Our guests all caught their limit of beautiful Cohos fresh from the Ocean. Most of the Fish were big males, usually a sign in this early stage, that it will be a very strong run. Laketrout fishing was good too with more and more fish entering the rivers. The Pike were greedy as ever and many up to 98cm were caught, just missing the magic Trophy mark by a few centimetres. The Grayling were also very active and on light tackle a lot of fun to catch.

Statistics

Water : 10 – 13° C
Air : 8 – 16° C

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Namaycush > 100 cm :
Pike > 100 cm :
Grayling > 48 cm :

Salmon

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

Very nice Rainbow Trout A very nice wild Rainbow Trout Mount Fairweather Mount Fairweather, very rare to see Fresh Silver SalmonA beautiful Silver Salmon fresh from the Ocean

Follow the “call of the wild.” Yet, still enjoy comfort and first class service at Dalton Trail Lodge.

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