We had just one boat out on the 19th, Karen Owen’s group. They dealt with an all out blizzard most of the day upriver but still managed to get some steelhead hooked! Thanks for sticking with it ladies, congrats on the catches!

Alishia and her 25″ hatchery keeper!

Jennifer Davis with her 26″ Hatchery fish!


The 21st, we had 3 boats out upriver. Jamie Louck’s group had a really fun day on the river and caught a couple steelhead too! Jennifer Tripp’s boat had a good fishing day, reeled in a couple wild fish and couple hatchery fish! They also saw something we don’t get to see every day on the river, a lion down on the river! Way cool, although no one was able to snap a picture, dangit! Laurie Anglen’s crew the ‘So-FISH-ticated Ladies’. had a bit of a slower day with just one Steelhead to the boat but there were still smiles and fun to go around! Laurie is originally from Riggins and went to school with Rich and Chad so she always enjoys getting back home and hanging with her girlfriends and old friends!

Terry Elmore’s Steelhead!

Over the hill we go!

Team So-FISH-icated Ladies! Thank you so much, gals!

Kayleen with her wild fish from Jennifer Tripp’s boat.

Maria showing love to her hatchery steelhead. From Jennifer Tripps crew!

Tripp boat’s Sandy Ashworth and 29.5″ Steelhead! Congrats lady!

Shania King, part of Jamie Loucks’ boat, with her steelhead!

Lovin’ the sunshine!

Part of Jamie’s boat too, Anslee Leauthold excited about her steelhead catch!

Jamie Loucks’ boat gang! Thank you ladies!

Check out our  2019 WWB Prize packages!

Biggest Fish:

1st Place: Lori Reche – 34″ Hatchery Steelhead

2nd Place: Nicole Brennecke – 33″ Hatchery Steelhead

3rd Place: Marcy Grant – 31.5″ Hatchery Steelhead

4th Place: TIE: Melissa Olson, Courtney Barber, Shannon Pruett, Cindy Woyak – 31″ Hatchery Steelhead

Most Fish:

1st Place: Cindy Woyak ~ 4 Fish – 81.5 Hatchery inches

2nd Place: TIE: Leslie Eisenbath and Wanda Clagg ~ 2 Fish – 54 Hatchery inches

3rd Place: TIE: Brenna Brown and Krystal Pratt ~ 2 Fish – 53 Hatchery inches

4th Place: Deb Anderson ~ 2 Fish – 52 Hatchery inches.


Smallest Fish:

1st Place: Sarah McClain – 20.5 Hatchery Steelhead


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.