Ok guys...I have been slacking because I have been out of state with a wrestling team for the past 2 weeks but I am back and on the water so here goes.
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We have been putting clients on the water for 2 days on the lower river and the results are very good. We are seeing good numbers of bright kings being caught on the lower stretches of the Gulkana with the best fishing from Sailor's Pit on down to the mouth. There are very few jet boats working the river and that is good news for guys like me who work the water via rafts. I have a number of groups on the river today and I will update this on Sunday after they get off the river. Yesterdays groups landed 3 Kings all in the 21-26 pound range. The guides are also having good success as well.
Water levels are low and clear. This is a mixed bag. The lower water can make for some tough rafting bit it also helps concentrate the Kings into the holes and all of you guys who fish out here know how many great holes there are in the lower section of the river. We have had a few Reds landed but the majority of the action is on the Kultina this time of the year. This is a bit early and my hope is we will see stronger numbers push through as the next few weeks roll on by.
Ok time to get back to work.
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