Yukon FishingFishing Yukonfishing news
Dalton Trail InnDalton Trail Inn

2005 — Week 21

The weather was reasonable, some days were sunny and other days were a mix of sun and clouds. Overall we faced fairly windy conditions. It didn't take long for our guests to catch their first lake trout of the new season. As expected, Namaycush fishing was very good as they are aggressive now and eager to feed after the long winter.

Our guests did very well on our lakes and a few big fish up to 95cm were caught. Pike fishing was great too, we enjoyed many fights and landed a fair number of bigger fish up to 98cm. The Rainbows were also active and it is a tremendous pleasure to fish for these silvery hard fighting creatures. A good number of Grayling have been caught too. We are looking forward to next week, as now is prime time for the lake trout fishing.


Water 6 – 8° C
Air 12 – 18° C

Trophy Club Member

Namaycush > 100cm :
Pike > 100cm :
Grayling > 47 cm :


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

Rainbow Trout A beautifully coloured Rainbow trout Remote Lake One of our many remote lakes lake trout A nice Lake Trout of 95 cm.
Follow the “call of the wild.” Yet, still enjoy comfort and first class service at Dalton Trail Lodge.

Go to Site Map and Dalton Trail Lodge Related Links

Check out all this and more...

Yukon Fishing Lodge

(Dalton Trail Lodge) is a premiere Canadian fishing lodge
offering Yukon wilderness fishing trips.
Fishing Yukon for an opportunity to try fly fishing
at a Canada fishing lodge or Alaska fishing lodge Yukon fishing trip.