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2004 — Week 27

The temperatures this week dropped slightly but it was still very mild. Due to the smoke from the wildfires most of the days were overcast and with less visibility than usual. Apart from one day we had calm winds and thus we had the chance to fish every day on our lakes. These factors made perfect fishing conditions and this was definitely reflected in the catches. Theo Huber confirmed his membership of the Laketrout Trophy Club in a stunning manner with no less than 3 Fish over 100cm! All our other guests also did very well with many Laketrout up to 95 cm and large numbers of nice Grayling. Our first trip to our regular river in Alaska for Sockeye Salmon was also very successful. The first King Salmon have entered our local rivers and we will soon see some action. The situation of the forest fires stays unchanged but under control. So far more than 260’000 hectares of forest have burnt and there are around 140 active fires in the whole Yukon. Most of these fires are in the North and we are still safe in our area.


Water : 12 – 15° C
Air : 18 – 25° C

Trophy Club Member

Namaycush > 100 cm : Theo Huber (100cm, 104cm, 107cm)
Pike > 100 cm :
Grayling > 48 cm :


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

Trophy Laketrout of 100cm Trophy Laketrout of 100 cm Absolutely calm A stunningly calm day on one of our remote Lakes Trophy Laketrout of 107cm Another Trophy Laketrout of 107cm

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