WWB 2018 Update 02-21 to 02-23
“The Worse Your Line Is Tangled, The Better The Fishing Is Around You”
Hi Ladies, The Last 3 days have been a challenge for most Boats on the River. The Weather has been Cold and Rainy / Snowy and looks like it will continue for a few more days, so make sure you pack your warm weather gear. The Woman have been hanging in there with the best of them and a couple boats have produced some Nice Keepers. One of these keepers was so nice it was able to put Ashley Houweling in tie for 2nd Place Biggest Fish with a Beautiful 30″ Steelhead. Way to Go Ashley… and hats off to your Captain Sam and deck hand Steve for taking you to the fish.
Check Out the Current Count records for the last couple of days to view the increase in numbers… Way to go ladies, Keep it up…
Remember, This year we have added a 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place category for the “Fishiest Boat Prize: Most/All Fish Combined”. Check out the Prize Package below for details.
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Check out our prize packages and get ready to reel in a prize of your own.
Here’s were we Stand Now.
1st Place: Michelle Colton – 32.00″ Fish
2nd Place: Kari Elwood & Ashley Houweling – Tie – 30.00″ Fish
3rd Place: Pam Young-Miller – 28.00″ Fish
4th Place: Kris Nolte – 27.50″ Fish
1st Place: Kari Elwood, 4 Fish – 79 Hatchery Inches
2nd Place: Brette Shakespeare, 4 Fish – 72.5 Hatchery Inches
3rd Place: Lisa O’Connor, 3 Fish – 73 Hatchery Inches
4th Place: Jaynelle Sage-Norman, 3 Fish – 24.5 Hatchery Inches
1st Place: Kristin Stevens’s Boat – 32 Fish
2nd Place: Janet Martinez’s Boat – 22 Fish
3rd Place: Laurie Anglen’s Boat – 21 Fish
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.