WWB Update 02-03 to 02-04

“ FISH: an animal that grows the fastest between the time it’s caught and the time the fisherman describes it to his friends”

We are still working the waters of the Snake River and our guides are very proud of the hard working ladies who are getting the job done!  The fishing remains a little slow, but on the bright side, most of the fish are keepers.  Congratulations to Kristin Rahn who caught a 32″ fish, moving her into “first place biggest fish”. We are checking the conditions of the Salmon River daily and ready to move the boats as soon as the conditions allow.  Some of the ice has moved out, but there is still too much to launch the boats & break ice.  Keep fishing hard and we will keep you posted.


Kristen Rahn takes first place Biggest Fish with this Beautiful 32″ Steelhead

Denise Bunch shows off her 28″ Steelhead

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Kaitlynn Simpson catches a nice 30 inch Fish

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2016 WWB Prize Packages

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 – 30.0″ Fish

4th Place: Cally Miller – 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, 1 Fish – 30.0 Hatchery Inches

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

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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.