Well it was the final day for the Johnston group to get into some nice fish. They were not disappointed. The numbers of fish in the river this year is just overwhelming. The top end of the river is holding the majority of the fish, that are hanging out. The area from the forks, where the old Situk joins the Situk itself, i just loaded with fish. There are a few holes above the forks that are also holding fish, and a few below. Once you have passed those areas, you have along way till you get to the next fishable area that is holding any good numbers of fish. You will see smaller groups of fishing on the move throughout the system, but they are moving, and hard to get a cast to before they have moved on. Below the area where the weir is located, (about a mile above the landing) is full of bright Sockeye’s heading up river, also a good number of Kings, but with the season being closed for kings, all you can do is look, and release any incidental catches. Anyway, here are the pics from the Johnston’s last stand.
Good luck out there.
I reckon there are 30-40 different fish in those shots! Killer!