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Mid Winter Update

Capt. Jim Lucas
January 10, 2010
Yes Bay - Saltwater Fishing Report

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The Lodge is all buttoned up for the winter, but there is a ton of work going on behind the scenes. Always maintenance to do at the Lodge, with all of the river rooms getting a bathroom update, solving some plumbing issues and general maintenance. There is some springtime roof repairs planned as well.

Work on the dock continues with the airplane floating dock being rebuilt, and also a new airplane storage dock which will allow the plane to get up on the dock and out of the weather for maintenance. The new plane is totally rebuilt and now in the process of getting a new interior and a fantastic paint job. Pirate Airworks will fly in 2010!

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Guide staff for 2010 is now finalized. All guides from the 2009 season are returning with the exception of one, he has a new baby on the way and can't get a hall pass for the summer, rightfully so, he will be changing diapers instead of catching fish!

For more details you can go to the following websites.




Hope to see you in 2010 in SE Alaska at Yes Bay Lodge.

Captain Jim Lucas

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Yes Bay Fishing Forecast:

2010 promises to be another fantastic season of fishing at one of the premier fishing Lodges in SE Alaska!

Target Species:

Salmon (All five species), Halibut & Snapper, Ling Cod

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Join Capt Jim and fish the waters of SE Alaska from Yes Bay Lodge. The Lodge is a fly-in remote luxury destination with the best in salt water and fresh water fishing. Jim also spends his winter months fishing in Florida, the Bahamas and Central America.

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Yes Bay Lodge
P.O. Box 8660
Ketchikan, AK 99901
Phone: 907-225-7906
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