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2005 — Week 22

The first four days we had mild temperatures and fairly windy conditions. Nevertheless our guests experienced overall very good fishing. Coming up to the weekend, we had 24 hours of poring-rain, which was very good for the nature. After that, the weather settled and we had sunshine and less wind. Once again, good numbers of big lake trout up to 95cm were caught. Trolling was the best method but big streamers also worked very well. Pike fishing was simply fantastic and our guests hat a great time catching these predators with flies or lures. The Grayling were feeding on big hatches of flies and lots of them were caught. The Rainbows were around in abundant numbers, and were eager to take flies or smaller lures.

Finally our new walkway around the Lodge is finished and looks really nice with the lawn. So far we've had an excellent start in to the new season!

Statistics

Water 5 – 8° C
Air 6 – 18° C

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Namaycush > 100cm :
Pike > 100cm :
Grayling > 47 cm :

Salmon

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

the new lawn of the lodge The new walkway and the lawn in front of the lodgeNorthern Pike One of the many Pikes this week Moose Feeding A Moose feeding on fresh weed
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