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2003 — Week 37

We had nice weather from Monday to Friday with, for this time of the year, warm conditions. Only two days were windy, but on the weekend a storm did hit us with strong North-winds, cold temperatures and a lot of rain. On the Sunday, the rain turned into snow, our guests didn’t expect to see snow that early, but this is the Yukon! Coho Salmon fishing remains world class, all our guests did catch their limit in a short time. The river in Alaska for the Sockeye Salmon is finally starting to clear up und the fishing will be very good, as big numbers of fish have now entered this stream daily. Grayling and Laketrout were caught in our local rivers in abundant numbers. The small game hunting has also started, we have made only a few trips so far. Hunting was at first slow, but on the last trips the Grouse and Ptarmigan were found and our guests have really enjoyed to eat this delicacy. Let’s hope that the beautiful Indian Summer will return.


Water : 6 – 9° C
Air : 3 – 15° C

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


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

Grizzly Bears Two Grizzly Bears down in Alaska Successful hunting trip The first Ptarmigan of the season Beautiful flowers Beautiful autumn flowers

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