WWB Update 02-12 to 02-18

“Work is for people who don’t know how to fish”

WWB 2017 moves forward, despite the many challenges Mother Nature has presented. We have slight progress to report, as our first boat finally hit the waters at Vinegar on Feb 18th. A big shout out the patient ladies who helped us break ice and fished in the few holes that are not dominated by ice. We will continue to break ice and hopefully open up more of our fishing territory to accommodate additional boats. We look forward to the next week as the conditions continue to improve and the fish counts go up. Fish on!!!

Kathy Wester’s Group had a great time with Homer and Chad on the Snake River this year.

The Snatch and Release Team catch a beautiful Sturgeon while fishing on the Snake River

Breanna Brown catches a nice Sturgeon on the Snake River.. Way to Go..


These girls never give up…

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Nikki Hancock shows off her beautiful 28″ Steelhead.

What a Great Day on the Snake River. These girls are not going home empty handed.

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

2016 WWB Prize Packages

Current Fish Counts

Don’t you hate it when you think you have a fish on the line and it ends up being this….

Beautiful Fish.

What a nice wild fish

This is where we now stand:

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.