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2006 — Week 23

The first Trophies of the new season have been caught! Pavel Kupka and Alexander Zak both caught a big Pike over one meter during this week and are now new proud members of our exclusive Trophy Club – congratulations to them and well done! It is needless to say that the fishing for Pike was very good and with warmer water temperatures the fishing should get even better. Laketrout fishing remained very productive with fish up to 90cm. Most of our Lakes are open now, there are only two Lakes remaining which still have some ice. We have never seen such a late break up in all these years. With access to all the Lakes we are confident that our guests will catch lots of big Laketrout. Most of our rivers have high but clear water levels. Fishing for Grayling and Rainbow Trout was excellent; the biggest Grayling measured was 46cm and just missed the Trophy mark by a tiny little bit. The weather was mainly sunny and the temperatures climbed up to 26° Celsius. All though we had some windy days we really enjoyed the warm weather after the cold spring.

Statistics

Water : 4– 5° C
Air : 18– 26° C

Trophy Club Member

Namaycush > 100 cm :
Pike > 100 cm : Pavel Kupka (101cm), Alexander Zak (105cm)
Grayling > 48 cm :

Salmon

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

Big Laketrout A big and very fat Laketrout of 90cm Ice Breaker Trying to find a way through the ice Moose chasing dog Moose cow chasing away our dog
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