WWB 2017 Feb 27th – March 1st

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WWB Update 02-27 & 03-01

“Fishing Is Like Sex, When it’s Great, It’s Great, and When It’s Bad, It’s Still Great.”

The fishing keeps getting better and better. The Girls are catching fish like there’s no tomorrow. All the boats are on the Salmon River and the river is clearing.

All the catch records are in and these Girls are on Fire. On March 1st we had 3 boats go out and the girls landed 20 fish… WAY TO GO LADIES… Judy Bauer still holds “1st place biggest fish”, but we now have a new “1st Place Most fish” Tie, Rhonda Kingrey and Ginnie Nicholson both caught 3  fish totaling 22″ hatchery inches. Nice Job Ladies..  The Days seem to be picking up and it looks like we are going to have an exciting finish. Keep it up Ladies.

Amanda Van Norman catches a nice Native.

Tracy Phillips catches a nice wild one.

Leslie Molyneux poses with her great catch.

 

Beautiful Day on the River

Connie Hanson poses with her Beautiful 32″ Keeper.. Way to go Connie.

Margaret Watson Catches a nice 29″ Keeper

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Linda Mann Catches a nice wild fish

Brandy Spicklmire catches 2 wild fish .

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

2016 WWB Prize Packages

Bobbi Catches a nice Native.

This is where we now stand:

Biggest Fish:

1st Place: Judy Bauer – 33.00″ Fish

2nd Place: Kristen Rahn, Connie Hanson, Kathy Allen – 32.00″ Fish

3rd Place: Kassa Hartley – 31.50″ Fish

4th Place: Makalia Medley, Karen Owens – 30.50″ Fish

Most Fish:

1st Place: Rhonda Kingrey, Ginnie Nicholson, 3 Fish – 22.0 Hatchery Inches

2nd Place: Karen Owens, 2 Fish – 60.0 Hatchery Inches

3rd Place: Connie Hanson, 2 Fish – 32.0 Hatchery Inches

4th Place: Chelsea Hough, 2 Fish – 23.5 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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