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July 1 Whale Pass Fishing Report

Capt. John Kumiski
June 30, 2016
Whale Pass - Saltwater Fishing Report

July 1 Whale Pass Fishing Report

To such fans as I have, my apologies for the lack of fishing reports lately. My current location lacks internet and I have been working too much to get to where there is a connection. I'm in Whale Pass, Alaska again, at the Lodge at Whale Pass. So reports will continue to be done, but they won't be on any kind of schedule until I get home, when the weeklies will resume.

The salmon fishing is still slow. Neck Lake Outlet is producing a few fish. William, who works at the facility there, says the big push will come next week. We are all looking forward to that! Mooching and trolling at the Triplets is producing a few salmon. I've noticed the commercial fishermen are out, and some salmon are seen jumping out in the waters of Clarence Strait. Sadly, I've yet to pick up any of my fly rods. At least they are together and ready to go!

The halibut fishing has been good, lots of fish, very steady, above-the-slot fish coming regularly. Lots of in the slot fish are being caught, so our freezers have been slowly filling with delicious meat.

Two trips to the LeConte glacier this week have yielded incredible experiences for our guests- mountains, seawater, ice, seals. I got a few photos!

And that is the July 1 Whale Pass Fishing Report.

Life is great and I love my work!

Life is short- Go Fishing!

John Kumiski
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