Why is this section of the river so productive for rainbow trout?
Many red salmon, silver salmon, pink salmon, and king salmon spawn in this stretch, which rainbow trout thrive upon. The amount of lodges and homes on the river bank also creates a much-needed food source, filleted salmon carcasses, and egg skeins are thrown back into the river during the summer months. This consistent food supply keeps rainbows in higher concentrations in certain areas where we target them with flesh and egg patterns.
Among the benefits of fat, happy rainbow trout, having 29 miles of water to play with gives us the ability to move away from other anglers and catch fish in peace and tranquility.