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2005 — Week 31

The weather was unsettled and most of the days were cloudy with some rain from time to time. Due to a big low pressure off the coast of Alaska we experienced windy conditions. For the last two days finally the wind had dropped and the sun came out. This week was the time for the big Grayling. A lot of beautiful fish in the range of 44-47cm were caught.

We are glad to welcome a new member to our Grayling Trophy Club: Fred Bongartz caught a very large Grayling of 50cm - congratulations! Our guests also experienced excellent fishing for Rainbow Trout and they landed many nice fish up to 55cm. Fishing for Sockeye Salmon remained very good and almost all of our guests caught their limit. The Pike were greedy as ever and so much fun to catch on surface lures or flies.

The rain was very good for the mushrooms and the guests really enjoyed the tasty boletus for dinner.


Water 10 – 15° C
Air 10 – 16° C

Trophy Club Member

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


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

Grayling One of many big Grayling this week Black Bear A black bear walking along the shore Chuchichästli Our famous "Chuchichästli"
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