Coming to you with a couple day update, we had a couple of fishy days! There have been some changes in the leaderboard already to go with it.
We had just one boat out today but they showed up to catch fish! Team Resting Fish Face led by Shannon Pruett landed 8 steelhead to the boa, wow ladies! Kim Henly reeled a 28 incher in. Connie Fee landed a wild one. Shellie Enrico caught 2, 21.25 ” and 29.5″ which had put her into 3rd Place Most fish for the time being. Susan Rader and Lacey Logan both also landed 2 fish each, one wild and one hatchery.
We had 2 boats out today! A couple Brandi/Brandee’s… Ice conditions were really tough today! Rich’s boat even had to move down from Vinegar to Spring, but it was hard to get around there too.
Brandi King’s group didn’t get so lucky on the steelhead today but over on Brandee Robbin’s team the sun came out and so did the fish. Kim Costello, Jenny Haskell and Barbie Armstrong all reeling in a wild steelhead. Denyse Foster first reeled in a 20.5″ hatchery followed by a 34 incher! This puts her right up there as 1st Place Biggest Fish AND 2nd Place Most Fish! Nice job Denyse!
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Fish Dance – March 18th @ Seven Devils around 7-ish pm!
1st Place: Denyse Foster – 34.00″ Hatchery Steelhead
2nd Place: Jessica Johns – 33.25″ Hatchery Steelhead
3rd Place: Caren Fuller – 32.5″ Hatchery Steelhead
4th Place: Taylor Bradley – 32.25″ Hatchery Steelhead
1st Place: Terri Simpson ~ 2 Fish – 62.5 Hatchery Inches.
2nd Place: Denyse Foster ~ 2 Fish – 54.5 Hatchery Inches.
3rd Place: Ila Eberhardt ~ 2 Fish – 53.5 Hatchery Inches.
4th Place: Shellie Enrico ~ 2 Fish – 50.75 Hatchery Inches.
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 and Biggest Fish.