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2018— Week 32

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This week at the lodge we had more amazing weather. By the end of the week the wind picked up a bit but it did not affect the fishing.

 

Our guests caught many beautiful fish that almost hit the Trophy mark. Peter Riedo did get a Trophy, he caught a beautiful Grayling Trophy that measured 48.5cm! Welcome to our Trophy Club!

We did our first fly out trip to the coast and it was a success. Hardy went along on the trip and they caught Sockeys and a few King Salmon.

At one of our out-post cabins a guest caught a very rare catch for the summer time, he landed a huge Burbot! These fish are bottom feeders that are usually caught in the winter and are tricky to catch in the summer.

The Grayling have been active as usual, there are many big schools of them built up in the creeks. Along with these Grayling there are the Lake Trout enjoying the same cool water and the occasional snack.

Pike fishing was outstanding in all our lakes. Our guests caught many huge Pike that were meer centimeters from Trophy size.

We did quite a few outpost trips where guests enjoyed the pristine wilderness. Time is flying by and the fish are biting like crazy!

Your Dalton Trail Lodge Team

Images: Super rare catch, A Burbot, Caesar and a King Salmon, Nice sized Northern Pike.