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2006 — Week 32

Overall we had very good fishing this week for all species. Our guests enjoyed catching lots of Grayling on very light tackle. All though we can not report a Trophy there were many fish in the range of 40-46cm. Most of them were caught on dry flies, surely the most exiting way of catching these beautiful fish. Laketrout fishing was productive too with some really nice fish up to 94cm. Flies and lures worked equally well. We also had many successful trips for the Pike. The biggest Pike measured 98cm and missed the Trophy mark by just a tiny little bit. Rainbow fishing was patchy, some days only the smaller fish were biting and other days we had lots of nice ones up to 50cm. Due to rain at the coast of Alaska we could fish our regular river for the Sockeye Salmon only at the beginning of the week. These trips were successful and our guests were happy to bring back top quality Salmon. The week started with calm but rainy days. Then the wind picked up an brought us cloudy conditions. On the last day of the week we had rain again but no wind. Our guests proved with their excellent catches that even in tough conditions steady action at Dalton Trail Lodge is guaranteed.


Water : 6 – 12° C
Air : 8 – 15° C

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Namaycush > 100 cm :
Pike > 100 cm :
Grayling > 48 cm :


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

Big Laketrout A nice Laketrout of 94cm Playing a Laketrout Playing a Laketrout on a fly rod Arctic Grayling One of many large Grayling this week

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