This past week was another 5 day trip at the lodge which ended way too fast. Such a fun group of a few families with some old and new friends that everyone was sad to say goodbye to.
Again, the fishing was steady although still slow for Chinooks. On the first afternoon Leslie brought in the only one weighing in at 15lbs. For the days that followed a few more were brought back to the dock although we are still searching for that Tyee! Luckily though, this was made up for with fast and furious fishing of Pinks and Cohos. Also, as of the first of August Sockeye is open which is sure to bring even more action to the days spent on the water – with a limit of four per day!
Leslie and her 15lb Chinook
Leslie is our Princess for the night bringing in the only Chinook of the afternoon!
Captain Jim poses with his good looking crew and their boat load of fish
Elaine proudly holds her 20lb Chinook out. She missed a dinner in the Big Fish Chair by 1/2 a pound!
Captain T with his team of Marcia and Steve had a full day of fishing and catching on the water today!
Our boys from Wyoming got busy today on the water!
Captain Jim gives Nick’s Coho a big kiss
The girls celebrate with King Steve who brought in a 20.5lb Chinook!
Captain Keith helps Marcia prepare her lunch
Denise gets her crab ready to cook!
Enjoying some great food on the beach
Marshall tries to find shelter from the hot sun
These guys take a break in the sun before lunch
A great group and a great bistro!
Captain Keith and his Crew of Wyoming boys. On the scale is John’s 19lb Chinook
Some nice buts for Brad
Captain Jason gets in this photo with his Team of the Men who succeeded in bringing in more fish than the women’s boat today
On the last morning Ann and Brad were lucky with their 24 and 20lbers.
Queen Ann left the lodge very happy!
After another quick changeover we have now welcomed a group of couples to the lodge who have their eyes set on big fish. As the weather here contiues to be amazing with calm seas, blue skies and sunshine, we are looking forward to a weekend filled with friendly – but intense – competition.