Rynda week 29 ending 15th of July 2016
Last week the great team of our old and new friends was fishing here at Rynda. This team managed to land 131 fish for the week and God knows how many salmon were lost.
Orange Bomber, White Bomber, Sunray hitch, and even Chernobyl Ant and Bomber Bee. Those flies you will find quite often in the last week Rynda Log Book.
From the very first day, Graham put this fly on his single-handed rod and not much else came out of his fly box for the rest of the week! Wonderful 28 pounder from Zolotaya was the biggest reward for his faith in this fly. Well, Bomber Bee was a new discovery for us. Thanks, Graham!
Graham was awarded the special Rynda Big Fish ring. Our congrats!
The fishing varied from day to day and different parts of the river. Low part from Red Creek and down was the most reliable. Upper beats were more difficult but sometimes brought a good-sized salmon.
Zolotaya, despite its low water, could still produce surprisingly good returns, such as 9 fish for Irwin and Chris.
Our loudest applauds for Amy’s and Henry’s first salmon ever!
Generally saying, last week had very memorable moments of fishing on a surface flies.
Also notable was Nick’s big encounter with a big fish at Second Fall, which aggressively took his Chernobyl Ant before being lost.
Another story happened at the tail of Canyon where the really serious fish ran up stream and broke the line.
The weather cooled down a bit from previous weeks and was pleasant most of the time with light breeze and clouds. Water level was dropping consistently from 0,74 to 0,64 cm. Water temp was about 17C.
Thanks to all who made it such an enjoyable week!