LOWER BASE CAMP FISHING REPORT

REPORTING FOR THE WEEK OF JULY 10 TO JULY 17

WATER TEMPERATURE AND CLARITY
56F and clear.

WEATHER CONDITIONS
This week’s weather has been exceptional with highs in the mid-60s and lots of sun with minimal mosquito activity.

HOT FLY OF THE WEEK
Moorish Mouse bite has been killer this week.

HIGHLIGHT OF THE WEEK
First time guests, Casey, Gage, and Lane simultaneously hooked and landed a grayling, rainbow, and dolly in the same run while Logan battled a large grayling on the other side of the creek – the elusive side channel slam and quadruple hook up!

QUOTE OF THE WEEK
“Standing in a river in Alaska while watching your 13-year-old son fight and catch a salmon is something every father should experience.”- Casey from Idaho.

WILDLIFE SPOTTED
Notable sightings include yellow warblers, Pacific loons, Long-tailed Jaegers, American redstarts, Black-capped chickadees, and a moose.

COMMENTS FOR THE WEEK
The water levels are dropping and the fish are getting more competitive and aggressive by the day, the rainbows especially. It’s honestly dealer’s choice on flies, they’re eating everything, but as first year guide, Robb, says, “When in doubt, mouse it out!”

PHOTO OF THE WEEK
Our picture of the week is displayed at the top of this article.

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