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2004 — Week 28

The week began with windy but still fairly warm conditions. On Saturday we received the highly appreciated rain which defused the danger of more forest fires in our area. Fishing wise it was the week of the big fish with no less than 4 Laketrout, 2 King and 4 Sockeye Trophies. The first Kings were caught in our local rivers and the Sockeye Salmon run strong in some nearby rivers in Alaska. Almost all our customers came back with their daily limit of Sockeyes and the fish are in very good shape and of course excellent to eat. We do expect very good runs of Salmon in all the rivers we fish and hopefully will see plenty of action until the end of the season. Fishing for freshwater fish remained excellent with many big Laketrout up to 40lbs. All in all an eventful week with a lot of action.


Water : 12 – 15° C
Air : 10 – 20° C

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Namaycush > 100 cm : Fred Sistig (100cm, 102cm, 105cm), Edy Mueller (110cm)
Pike > 100 cm :
Grayling > 48 cm :


King > 30 lbs : Michel Peran (40lbs), Didier Campion (43lbs)
Coho > 15 lbs : Off Season
Sockeye > 10 lbs : Edy Mueller, Werner Ziltener, Ernst Prem, Bernd Bremer

Huge King Salmon A huge King Salmon caught on a fly (released) Nice pair of Sockeyes Happy Cesare with 2 nice Sockeyes Trophy Laketrout released The biggest Laketrout of this week ready to be released

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