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2005 — Week 29

The week started with heavy rain on the first day. On the two consecutive days we experienced little rain in the morning and then sunshine in the afternoon. We had nice and sunny conditions for the rest of the week. Wind wise it was a very calm week, we only had stronger winds on the last day.

Highlight of the week was a Trophy lake trout of 100cm on the fly. Ruud's persistence to stick to the fly rod paid out and he is the first guest ever in the history of Dalton Trail Lodge to catch a lake trout over 100cm with a fly - congratulations Ruud and welcome to our Trophy Club! Just one day later Jörg Huschle caught a big Grayling of 48cm and joined our exclusive Trophy Club as well - actually the first Trophy Grayling this season so far! One day later Flurin Andrist caught another Trophy Grayling and is also a proud Club Member. The King Salmon are now entering our rivers in good numbers and a few big ones were caught.

Fishing for the Sockeye Salmon was also very good, especially fly out trips to Alaska, where lots of fresh Fish were caught. All in all a very eventful and unforgettable week.


Water 10 – 15° C
Air 16 – 22° C

Trophy Club Member

Namaycush > 100cm : Ruud Van Deursen
Pike > 100cm :
Grayling > 47 cm : Jõrg Huschle, Flurin Andrist


King > 30 lbs : Rinaldo Toneatti, Luca Toneatti
Coho > 15 lbs : Off Season
Sockeye > 10 lbs :

Namaycush Ruud Van Deursen with his Trophy Namaycush on the fly Cow Moose Cow Moose and calf by the lake shore Trophy Grayling Jõrg Huschle with his Trophy Grayling
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