Fishing has never been better
By Ken Scheer
Well-known Kamloops fly fisherman Ron Boudreau caught this Sheridan Lake beauty on September 24th, 2006. Measuring a length of 32” and girth of 19.5” it was calculated to weigh just over 15 pounds.
According to Boudreau, the fish took him way into the backing a couple times. Eventually he had to chase it with his boat and with the help of a couple friends landed the monster.
Boudreau spent the entire week with five other fishing buddies, including Brian Chan. Read about their adventures below.
Report from Sheridan Lake
The weather was awesome by sun seekers standards but it was not the best for fishing. It was new moon and most days were bright and sunny, with day time highs reaching 20°C + and nightly lows down to about 5°C. The surface water temperature varied between 12 and 14°C which is within the parameters for good fall fishing.