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Summer Solstice Whale Pass Fishing Report

Capt. John Kumiski
June 23, 2016
Whale Pass - Saltwater Fishing Report

Summer Solstice 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.

In my last report I asked for prayers for Steve Baker and T.C. Howard. Please add Rodney Smith to that list.

The halibut fishing here as been excellent, lots of fish with some fairly large ones in the mix. Although the big boys are a catch and release deal, they still make for great fish stories.

We have had some wonderful guests so far, and some awesome trips to the LeConte Glacier, Petersburg, and Wrangell.

The salmon fishing has been slow across the board. Neck Lake Outlet has only seen a few fish. Mooching and trolling in the Inside Passage has produced very few salmon. I've yet to pick up any of my fly rods. At least they are together and ready to go!

Sorry for the lack of meat in this report, but that's really all I've got to this point. I have no doubt the salmon fishing will improve in a quantum leap.

And that is the Summer Solstice Whale Pass Fishing Report.

Life is great and I love my work!

Life is short- Go Fishing!

John Kumiski
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