WWB 2018 Update 02-01 to 02-01

“If it appears I’m ignoring you, it is most likely I’m – busy fishing – thinking about fishing – talking about fishing – reading about fishing – or I’m just plain not interested in what you are talking about!”

Welcome Ladies!!  As always,  we are excited to kick-off our annual 2018 WWB Tournament.  The Weather in Riggins has been great so far this year and the Fishing has been even better. The First day of fishing started out with a Bang. Laurie Anglen’s Boat pulled in a total count of 21 fish (All Fish Types counts towards “Fishiest Boat Prize: Most/All Fish Combined ). WOW.. what a great day of fishing. This Team has some numbers behind them, so you better watch out.

Congratulation to Lisa O’Connor and Terry Elmore with a Biggest Fish Tie at 25″. Another Congrats goes out to Brette Shakespeare who holds first place Most Fish with a total of 4 fish and 72.5”. Way to go Brette!

The So-fish-ticated Ladies Land 12 Fish

The So-fish-ticated Ladies Land 12 Fish to start off the Tournament.

Brette Shakespeare Catches This Years First Steelhead and currently holds 1st Place Most Fish!

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Meg Hiatt Hooks into a Huge Wild One!

Meg Hiatt Hooks into a Huge Wild One!

Brette Shakespeare Holds the Current Most Fish Record! Way to Go Brette!

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

2018 WWB Prize Packages

Lisa O’Connor lands a nice 25″ Keeper

Terry Elmore gives her 25″ Keeper a big kiss “Smack”

Check In is at The River Adventures / Gradient Shift Store in Downtown Riggins ID.

This is where we now stand:

Current Count

Biggest Fish:

1st Place: Lisa O’Connor & Terry Elmore – 25″ Fish

2nd Place: Brette Shakespeare – 24.50″ Fish

3rd Place: Laurie Anglen , Lisa O’Connor, Brette Shakespeare, Terry Elmore – 24″ Fish

4th Place:

Most Fish:

1st Place: Brette Shakespeare, 4 Fish – 72.5 Hatchery Inches

2nd Place: Lisa O’Connor, 3 Fish – 73 Hatchery Inches

3rd Place: Terry Elmore, 2 Fish – 49 Hatchery Inches

4th Place: Laurie Anglen, 2 Fish Each – 24.0 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.