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2004 — Week 22

The first four days saw cooler temperatures and mainly windy conditions. Nevertheless our guests experienced excellent fishing primarily for Laketrout and Pike. The previous days the weather settled and we had sunshine and hardly any wind. We successfully fished a river in Dry Bay, Alaska, for Sockeyes and King Salmon. This River has a very early run of Sockeyes and also produces big Kings. Many big Laketrout were caught, some missing the magic trophy mark of 100cm just by a few centimetres. Our guests had a great time catching lots of Pike, both with the Fly or Lures. We’ve had an excellent start in to the new season!


Water : 3 – 6° C
Air : 8 – 15° C

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


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

First Sockeye Salmon this year Our first bright Sockeye Salmon this year Big Laketrout of 98cm A wonderful big Laketrout of 98cm New flat bottom boat Fighting with a Grayling behind our new flat bottom river boat

Follow the “call of the wild.” Yet, still enjoy comfort and first class service at Dalton Trail Lodge.

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