Well, the snow has finally given us a breather and we have had a bit warmer weather, making the river road much easier. Some sunshine has graced us too! This weekend wasn’t quite as exciting as before for fish caught, the biting slowed down a bit. The ladies perseverance though results in steelhead still in the boat, as well as some trash fish. Karlene Madsen’s group on Saturday really persevered with 7 fish! We did have a leader board change on Sunday with Kaitlyn Kyro from Ginnie Nicholson’s boat landing 3 Hatchery steelhead. She is now in 2nd Place Most Fish with 76.5 Hatchery inches! Congratulations Kaitlyn, way to get it done!
They saw a second bobcat on Sunday too and Devin, amazing as he is, was able to get a picture. The wildlife we are seeing this year during the tournament has been just so awesome. To see not only one but 2 bobcats now, and a mountain lion, those sightings just don’t happen all the time. The elk, sheep, and deer have been down low too with all this snow. Your best girlfriends, beautiful river, fishing, and seeing some wildlife, no such better days! We also had a few Birthday celebrations on the boats, thanks for choosing to spend your special days on the river with us!
Check out our 2019 WWB Prize packages!
1st Place: Dusty Preece – 36″ Hatchery Steelhead
2nd Place: Lori Reche – 34″ Hatchery Steelhead
3rd Place: Nicole Brennecke – 33″ Hatchery Steelhead
4th Place: Dawn Christian – 32″ Hatchery Steelhead
1st Place: Cindy Woyak ~ 4 Fish – 81.5 Hatchery inches
2nd Place: Kaitlyn Kyro ~ 3 Fish – 76.5 Hatchery inches.
3rd Place: TIE: Leslie Eisenbarth and Wanda Clagg ~ 2 Fish – 54 Hatchery inches
4th Place: TIE: Brenna Brown and Krystal Pratt ~ 2 Fish – 53 Hatchery inches
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.