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2008— Week 25

After the six trophies from last week we “only” had one Lake Trout trophy this week. We are very pleased to welcome Roger Clarkson to our Trophy Club, he caught a very nice Lake Trout of 102 cm. Congratulations and well done! Fishing for Lake Trout remained excellent with a lot of big fish in the range of 85 cm to 95 cm. Again, trolling was the most effective method. Pike fishing was overall very good with nice fish up to 96 cm. Most of them were caught on surface lures, a very exciting way to fish as these Pike take the lures in a very aggressive way. The Grayling fishing was great and we had some memorable days with dry flies. Sometimes there were 20 Grayling rising at the same time on the same spot! The Rainbow Trout fishing was good too, but no really big ones were caught. But even these “smaller” fish will test your skills as they are such hard fighters and so much fun to catch on light tackle. The weather was overall very nice, on some days we had the occasional thunder shower. There was one day with some rain but more important was that the winds were very calm. All in all another great fishing week at Dalton Trail Lodge.


Water : 6 – 10° C
Air : 12 – 20° C

Trophy Club Member

Lake Trout > 100 cm : Roger Clarkson (102 cm)
Pike > 100 cm :
Grayling > 48 cm :


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

Roger with Lake Trout of 102 cmRoger with his trophy Lake Trout of 102 cmA Moose cow with two calves A Moose cow with two calvesThomas with trophy  Lake Trout from last week Thomas with his trophy Lake Trout from last week

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