PEREGRINE LODGE

Naden Harbour

Queen Charlotte Islands/Haida Gwaii

FISHING REPORT / BLOG

Season Finale

Posted September 18, 2009 by Paul Laurie


The 2009 season is now complete and the crew have finished putting the lodge away for the winter and are heading home top see their loved ones. The weather turned fairly nasty after the last guests departed on Sept.07/09, but the crew worked hard despite the weather and everything was completed on time. Peregrine Lodge would like to take this time to thank the staff for a job well done this season and also to thanks all of our guests for choosing Peregrine Lodge and we hope to host you in the 2010 season. Stay tuned for the top ten Chinook and halibut for this season, we will post the names soon , once we have it compiled.

Paul Laurie

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Season Finale

Posted September 18, 2009 by Paul Laurie


The 2009 season is now complete and the crew have finished putting the lodge away for the winter and are heading home top see their loved ones. The weather turned fairly nasty after the last guests departed on Sept.07/09, but the crew worked hard despite the weather and everything was completed on time. Peregrine Lodge would like to take this time to thank the staff for a job well done this season and also to thanks all of our guests for choosing Peregrine Lodge and we hope to host you in the 2010 season. Stay tuned for the top ten Chinook and halibut for this season, we will post the names soon , once we have it compiled.

Paul Laurie

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September 4 - 7, 2009

Posted September 7, 2009 by Paul Laurie

 
This is our last trip for the season, the weather cooperated for us and Coho were still showing up in strong numbers,halibut numbers were also good. The largest halibut a 73lb caught by Tom Nellis, Chinook were also strong for our last trip with the largest being a nice 30lb caught by Evan Jouber.

Paul Laurie

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September 4 - 7, 2009

Posted September 7, 2009 by Paul Laurie

 
This is our last trip for the season, the weather cooperated for us and Coho were still showing up in strong numbers,halibut numbers were also good. The largest halibut a 73lb caught by Tom Nellis, Chinook were also strong for our last trip with the largest being a nice 30lb caught by Evan Jouber.

Paul Laurie

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