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Fishing Bear Lodge Fishing Report 2

Fishing Bear Lodge Fishing Report 2

This is the July 29 Fishing Bear Lodge fishing report. The Lodge sits approximately 60 miles north of Dillingham, Alaska.

fishing bear lodge fishing report

Fly fishing with the back drop of the Kulik Spire.

The report this week is not much different than last. Pike fishing was off the charts. I get piked every time we fish for them, which is to say I end up with bleeding fingers. Their teeth resemble razors. Ouch.

fishing bear lodge fishing report

Steven and Brock Garrity celebrate a fly rod pike.

Dry fly fishing for grayling has continued excellent, every single trip. We have been getting grayling on the mouse fly while mousing for trout.

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Young Sook with a dry fly caught grayling.

Mousing for rainbow trout has also been great, with fish running to over 20 inches, If the mouse action slows, switching to streamers has worked too. The dolly lama has been popular.

A few char and sockeye salmon have been caught as well, although not much effort was expended on these species this week. I expect the char fishing to pick up as the salmon begin to spawn.

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Michael and Young Sook Garrity show off a sockeye salmon.

Many thanks to the Garrity family, our guests this week!

That is this week’s Fishing Bear Lodge fishing report!

Life is great and I love my work!

Life is short- Go Fishing!

John Kumiski
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  1. Beautiful Report!

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