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2005 — Week 33

The week started with nice and calm weather for the first two days but unfortunately changed to cooler temperatures and windy conditions for the rest of the week. The cooler temperatures will help to improve conditions on our regular Salmon river in Alaska and we are certain that we will soon see a lot of action there. Some of our guests fished another River down south where they caught a lot of Pinks and some very fresh and large Sockeye Salmon.

We also did a fly out trip to the coast of Alaska where we had a couple of Silver Salmon in the River and many Silvers in the Ocean. It is still a little early for the Cohos in the River but they are starting to show up and we will soon be able to do more fly out trips to our world class Salmon river. We discovered some new fishing spots for Grayling and Pike and are very proud to welcome a new member to our Grayling Trophy Club: Paul Garvey caught a beautiful Grayling of 48cm - congratulations! Our guests also did very well on our Lakes and caught a lot of nice Namaycush up to 95cm. The first lake trout have started to move into our rivers so things are looking good for the next weeks to come.

Statistics

Water 11 – 14° C
Air 10 – 18° C

Trophy Club Member

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

Salmon

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

lake trout A nice Lake Trout from one of our lakes Eagle The Eagle is just landing on the top of the tree. Silver Salmon Playing the first Silver Salmon of the Season
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