Fishing

232 Pike

Think 232 northern pike on a 5 day trip for a pair of Texans is a great trip, how about in one day……Carl Alford and Bill Putnam did just that, and on their last day to cap a great trip – great fishing and great weather!

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Pike Mania

Last day for the Texans, Carl Alford and Bill Putnam, how did they want to spend it….on the pristine but challenging Gods River trying for the legendary large brook trout, or chasing the plentiful northern pike. Yep, they opted for the pike action and let their friend Len Batcha  spend his final day doing battle with trophy brook trout. [&hellip

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Pair of Pike

Everything’s bigger in Texas? Well Carl Alford, part of the Len Batcha group of Texans doesn’t think so, with partner Robert Klein, another 100 fish day with many trophy northern pike landed, including a double header of masters!

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Brook Trout Bounty

Last day and their choice was the very challenging Gods River; with guide David McKay at the helm, James and son Jade were treated to rapids not for the faint of heart.  Travelling another 12 miles  past the treacherous 6 mile rapids, would their streak of novice luck continue…..would they be rewarded with golden hued treasure? [&hellip

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Pike Power

Would the charm of the brook trout pass on to northern pike for Brad and son David of Fargo, North Dakota?  Early August and the cabbage patches were coming into prime, the rewards were a multitude of fat and scrappy northern pike, easily the heaviest pike per inch they had ever caught – Gods Lake [&hellip

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Brad’s Trio of Trout

A thirty, a forty and a fifty pound trout in one afternoon – and 32 degree Caribbean weather and dead calm waters.  Part of the Kevin Rome group from Calgary, Brad Fedora caught probably the largest fresh water fish he will ever catch.  The rest of the group did almost as well, Kevin sight casting a [&hellip

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Guides Day Off

So what does a fishing guide do on his day off – fish some more!  The rushing rapids and unforgiving rocks and  currents of the pristine Gods River is challenging at the best of times, now Adam and Lance faced relentless winds as well; there is no room for error navigating this mighty rock strewn river. “After all these rapids we [&hellip

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