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2005 — Week 27

The week started out with pure sunshine and no wind at all. The rest of the week saw a mix of sun, clouds and windier conditions. Overall we had two really nice, warm days with not a breath of wind. As forecasted in the last report the first Sockeyes of the season were caught. All the trips to our river in Alaska were very successful and almost all the guests caught their limit. We also did a fly-out trip for the Sockeye Salmon to a river in Alaska. The weather there was just beautiful and the guests caught lots of nice Salmon.

lake trout fishing was the same as last week, sometimes very good, sometimes slower. Fishing for Pike was excellent as usual. The Grayling and Rainbows were very active and such a pleasure to catch; especially when you see the fish coming up and grabbing the fly. We have explored our river for the King Salmon, unfortunately they are not there yet. It seems that the run will be a little later, but we are sure we will be able to report some catches next week.


Water 10 – 16° C
Air 17 – 24° C

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


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

Sockeye Salmon The first Sockeye Salmon of the season Bald Eagle A majestic Bald Eagle Beautiful Lake One of our many beautiful lakes!
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