North Island Lodge Report: July 31, 2006
July 31, 2006 | 1899 Views
Although the fishing initially appeared to be slow, by the end of the first afternoon of this trip, there were 6 Chinook over 30 pounds! Steve Laughlin topped up first day with a bright 41lb’er. Every day of the trip provided tyee’s, and by this morning, the grand total was 23 tyee’s!! The tyee count is starting to look a little more normal for Langara.
Boulder Point and Guinia Point were out producing everywhere else. A school of Coho moved into Guinia yesterday, just to add to the package. The ‘River’ is still producing lots of salmon although only a few big ones. Green/Clash have Coho and large Chinooks for those who wanted the long boat ride.
Lots of our guests were from California and Arizona, and they enjoyed the cool, moist temperatures we have been experiencing, along with a few gentle showers. There was very little wind to speak of, excellent fishing weather.
Everyone re-booked for next year, so we are looking forward to seeing our friends, again.
North Island Lodge Manager