WWB 2017 Feb 8th to 11th

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WWB Update 02-08 to 02-11

“Nothing makes a fish bigger than almost being caught.!”

The water conditions on the Snake River remain stable and clear.  The Water on the Salmon River has come up but it did not move out enough Ice to allow us to get on the river yet. We are continuing to monitor the  river conditions and will be getting the boats on it as soon as possible.  As soon as we can get the boats safely in the waters of the Salmon, we will be able to break ice and get our poles in the water.   Over the past four days, our ladies have worked hard to get fish in the boat and as always, they didn’t disappoint.   We will keep you posted on the road and river conditions.

Maleta Henry catches a nice 30″ Fish. Way to Go..

Jan Julian poses with her beautiful 27″ Fish.

If you have any pictures and would like them on the website, please email them to ricklaritz@msn.com or text them to 208-469-0518. Please include the name of the person in the photo.

Nicole Shanleys group enjoys a great day on the river!

Check out our prize packages and get ready to reel in a prize of your own.

2016 WWB Prize Packages

Julia Casey reels in a nice 28″ Steelhead.

Jordan McCumber catches a beautiful 23.5″ Keeper.

Enjoying a beautiful day in Hells Canyon

This is where we now stand:

Fish Count

Biggest Fish:

1st Place: Kristen Rahn – 32.00″ Fish

2nd Place: Kassa Hartley – 31.50″ Fish

3rd Place: Kristin Collins & Kaitlynn Simpson, Chris Morrow, & Maleta Henry, 1 Fish Each – 30.0 Fish

4th Place: Cally Miller & Marilyn Edwards – 29.5″ Fish

Most Fish:

1st Place: Kristen Rahn, 1 Fish – 32 Hatchery Inches

2nd Place: Kassa Hartley, 1 Fish – 31.5 Hatchery Inches

3rd Place: Kristin Collins, Kaitlynn Simpson, Chris Morrow, & Maleta Henry, 1 Fish Each – 30.0 Hatchery Inches

4th Place: Cally Miller, Marilyn Edwards, 1 Fish Each – 29.50 Hatchery Inches

Click Here to view catch records for all Tournament Participants

Note: Idaho Fish and Game will not permit Wild Fish to be measured.  For this reason, only  Hatchery fish will be included in determining total inches.

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