Sunday, August 13, 2017

Fishing Report Week Ending 8/13/17

There are many things I like about fishing silver salmon on the Kenai River. Number one on that list is the fact that I fish more families than any other time of the year. That's exactly what I had every day this past week.....families.

So, how was the fishing?  Up until yesterday, the fishing was a lot like the previous week. We were squeaking out two or three silvers a trip. That all changed when the Lehtola family showed up on Saturday.  Pictured above are John, Janelle, Claire, Kate, and James. We had moments of fast fishing, but otherwise it was a steady bite that kept us interested throughout the day. I sure hope that's a sign for the week ahead.
We started the week with Dave keeping the consecutive daily silver streak alive.
His daughter Amy showed everyone else how it's done and actually got her limit.
Mary Horn shows off her limit of silvers.
While grandson CJ and her husband Fred show off their fish.
It was a wet morning, but brothers Robert "Honey", and Clifton "Luvie" had no problems catching fish in the rain.
The next time we were out it was drier, but the results were the same. Posing with Honey and Luvie are their parents, Robert, and Daniella.

I'm going to end this post with a few kid photos from the week. I'll have to say our future looks great!

See you next week!


Dave Anderson said...

Geez I love those silvers!!!

Beaver Creek Cabins & Guide Service said...

They love you and miss you too, Dave. You need to get back here asap.