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Friday, December 26, 2014

First Meeting of the New Year

Our next and first meeting of the winter will be on February 11 at the Thunder Mountain HS starting at 7 PM.

Brad Elfers has agreed to do a presentation on the trip he made to the Haines Area with his staff for November fishing. Judging from the pictures they had a great time and caught a bunch of very nice fish when we were iced out in Juneau.

Mary Ann and I returned recently from the east coast and are off for Maui and Christmas Island. Will be back mid-January and hopefully can get the club on a good track. How is work, life,etc. Can you still stand the Juneau weather?


Saturday, May 24, 2014

New Auke Creek Weir Counts

It has been a busy week at Auke Creek.  Over 10,000 smolts have emigrated in the last seven days (4,002 coho and 6,907 sockeye).  Dolly Varden counts also remain very high, with 4,246 fish in the last week alone.  The total Dolly migration this year to date (7,699 fish) is already the fourth highest in the modern weir era and the largest yearly count since 1997.  Daily counts can be accessed by hitting the "Auke Creek Weir Counts" link near the top of the page.

Sunday, May 11, 2014

Casting Night May 22nd

Our casting night (Raincountry Flyfishers, TU and Alaska Flyfishing Goods ) will be held  on Thursday May 22 at Twin Lakes. Brad Elfers will provide an array of rods to demo plus casting instruction for beginners and beyond.  We will start at 6. This is a free event and hamburgers/ hot dogs will be available also for free.

This will be our last event until the winter

~ Tony Soltys

Auke Creek Wier Counts

The Dollies and cutthroat trout are on the move!

~ Roger Harding

"Smolt outmigration is underway at Auke Creek.  Counts are still relatively low, but should build quickly with the moderate flows and warm temperatures we are experiencing.  Dolly Varden emigrant counts have been very high over the last week, with 2,294 outmigrants in the last seven days.  The pink fry migration is nearly finished and cutthroat counts remain low, but steady."

You can find the latest wier count on the links at the top of the page or access them here.