It was a great group of friends, super fun week, all good anglers. All of the group members fished very hard this week under difficult conditions, and we got very good result.
The river started to clean out on Thursday and the fishing got a bit slower, was better with dirty water.
Biggest fish on top was 12 pounds.
Top rod of the week was Nuno with 24 fish to the net.

Jon landed the biggest fish of the week at 22 pounds.
Water Conditions:
We pretty much had dirty water all week, Sunday and Monday with little or any visibility. The river started to clear on Tuesday.
Water temperature: 7? - 14? Celsius (44? - 57? Fahrenheit)
Water levels rose 20 cm (8 inches) and got dirty.
Weather Conditions:
The wind blew from the northwest most of the week, and it wasn't too strong. On Friday the wind blew from the south and got stronger.
Air temperature ranges through the week: 5? - 22? Celsius (41? - 71 Fahrenheit) We had very good weather during the week with pleasant temperatures, although on Thursday and Friday it got colder.
Big Buck

Fishing Conditions:
Flies that are working the best: big leeches, intruder and tubes flies.
Plastic tubes in tandem were the best weapons and got a lot of fish in really muddy water.
Fly lines (tips, heads, lengths, densities, etc.): Skagit heads with different lengths of T-14, T-17, Scandi with poly-leaders.
Floating lines worked well Thursday and Friday on top with plastic tubes.
Length and strength of tippet and leaders: 4 to 7 feet,12 to 15 pounds.
The most successful way of caching fish was fishing big flies and sinking lines.  Most of the fish were in the lower and middle part of the river, we found a lot of fish in the upper part of the river; every week we are fishing more and more fish in the upper stretches.
Fish Statistics:
Number of anglers for the week: 6

Total number of fish landed for the week: 91

Weight of the biggest fish: 22 pounds

Number of fish landed over 15 pounds: 25

Number of fish landed over 20 pounds: 4