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2004 — Week 37

The week began and ended cloudy with some winds. All the other days were fantastic with pure sunshine and hardly any wind at all. A few nights saw frost and the mornings were mainly chilly; but during the day the temperatures still rose up to 15°. We had an excellent week for Salmon fishing as all the rivers we fish were full of Sockeyes and Silvers. A group of our guests had their day of a lifetime while flying down to Dry Bay with fantastic weather not a single cloud and so many fish that they had sore arms in the evening. Our nearby river in Alaska was very productive for the Sockeyes and our guests even caught the first Coho in the river this year. Due to the cooler temperatures our local rivers came into good shape with a few Sockeyes being kept. Pike fishing remained very good with fish up to 92cm. The Grayling offered very good sport and are around in abundant numbers. More and more Laketrout have entered our rivers and our guests enjoyed catching them on the fly rod or with light spinning tackle.

Statistics

Water : 6 – 9° C
Air : 2 – 15° C

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

Salmon

King > 30 lbs : Off Season
Coho > 15 lbs : Stefan Trottman, Otmar Staggl
Sockeye > 10 lbs :

Beaver pond A crispy early morning Nice Namaycush A very nice Namaycush Fly-fishing for LaketroutTwo fly-fishermen going for Laketrout

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