Oct.1/18

Fishing remained consistent and good since the last report. The weather has turned cool and wet, with some wet snow in the mix on Sunday.
The trout are still shallow, and really feeding up with the cool nights, they know winter is coming! A variety of presentation are working. Spin fishermen are doing well tossing Blue Fox Spinners, or fishing worms under a float. Fly anglers are using a variety of presentations, all seem to be having there moments. Boatmen, scud and damsel patterns have all been good bets. Brighter attractor patterns are working as well, Blobs, Boobies, various Sparkle and Micro leeches are all working as well. Don’t be afraid to fish shallow, and in the weeds!
A few guests out there trolling, primarily using HotShots, and they have been doing well, one of them commented, they are having a hard time catching fish under the 50cm max size limit!

We hosted the north American Lauch Style Championships here last week, with anglers in from all over Canada, and all parts of the US. Weather was great for them, and the fish co-operated. Lots of fish caught on all the lakes they competed on, and it was all for a good cause, proceeds going to charity. Great job Todd and the crew!

Sept.17/18

Trout fishing remained pretty good these past few days, for most guests. The weather actually wasn’t as bad as forecasted, with the rains mostly coming at night, or later in the day, guests fished all the days. The trout have … Continue reading

Sept. 14,18

Fish have been caught in shallow water the past week as water temperatures have been dropping fast with unseasonal cooler temps in the weather patterns. Ruby Eye leeches, maroon leeches, black leeches and the Blue Maroon leech. Black and silver … Continue reading

Sep.3,18

Chironomid fishing the past week has been excellent for the larger Pennask strain of rainbows fishing the deepest part of the lake. Chironomid hatches have been all though the deep water of the lake, size 12’s and the odd larger … Continue reading

August 25,18

Long awaited wait for the bombers hatch is over. Their coming off in deep water over many areas of the lake. Some guys during the week were into dozens of the larger pennasks as the schools moved around feeding on … Continue reading

Aug. 20.2018

An absolutely beautiful morning up here at Tunkwa. After a smoky weekend, the smoke really started to dissipate Sunday afternoon, and we awoke today to really clear skies, and calm conditions. The fishing really started to pick up on Sunday, … Continue reading

Aug.17,18

Fishing continues to be spotty….. unless you know where the spot(s) that are producing fish are. The feeding areas have enlarged and most are catching fish in these areas with some well into double digits. Bombers size chironomids are coming … Continue reading

Aug.11,18

Fishing continues to be spotty. Stripping full sink lines or trolling them along with others using spinning rods and getting to deeper water(12 feet) are getting fish on maroon, brown and black leech patterns. Wedding bands have also been getting … Continue reading

Aug.6,18

Lake drawdown has started, lake’s water level is high and dropping a bit daily. Last Thursdays thunderstorm and high winds for an hour pushed the warm top layer into the lower depths of the lake where the temperatures were 62 … Continue reading

July 29,18

Light winds to still conditions the past few days along with temperatures to 30 Deg. has heated up the surface of the lake, temperatures deeper are cooler and no algae exists on the surface. Throat samples have been for the … Continue reading

July 24/18

Since the last report, we have seen some great days fishing out on Tunkwa Lake. The trout have been out over the deeper lake basin(18-19′), and feeding heavily on the bloodworms, and bigger Chironomids staging to hatch. Some days have … Continue reading

July 16,2018

For the most part, we saw some pretty good fishing over the past week up here at Tunkwa! Summer is here, and we are having nice sunny warm days, but nice cool nights, mornings are still single digit temperatures. The … Continue reading