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2009 season at PFSL
Posted 09 November 2009, 11:51 pm NST
2009 was a big year. Past owners of Goose Bay Outfitters sold the company to Dwight Lethbridge and Mitchell Fong, both young anglers who have fished Eagle River since childhood. A new Lodge name was born and carries on the tradition of putting smiles on anglers faces from all over the globe!

The season began with a slow start as coastal ice conditions were thick, delaying the arrival of salmon to the rivers of Newfoundland & Labrador. River conditions were abnormally low for the 1st and 2nd week of July, but a two day downpoor on the 3rd week sogged the stringbogs that feed Eagle River. Up she rose and conditions were excellent for the remainder of the peak season. Fishing was absolutley fantastic the last week of July and 1st week of August with anglers reporting record high hookups. The largest salmon landed at PFSL this year was 23lbs. Our average catch rate for the entire season, slow start and all, was 3.7 fish per day per angler, 9% large salmon. The last fishing group was the last week of August. Despite cold, wet, and very windy weather they caught salmon and had loads of fun with returning sea-run trout. See you next year!
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