Wednesday, October 27, 2010
Thursday, October 21, 2010
Steel head catch rates seem to be improving for fisherman this week on the Grande Ronde river in Troy, Oregon. The Troy Resort's informal reports have been 0 to 8 fish per day this week, as opposed to the last couple of weeks where 0 to 3 fish per day were reported to us. In general, the fish being caught to date seem to be largely native fish with a select few hatchery (clipped adipose fin) fish being caught. With the colder nights and water, we're expecting numbers to continue to improve. This fisherman reeled in a beautiful native steel head today (left photo) and also caught a salmon (right photo); Thanks for sharing the great photos of your catch, Jesse!
Wednesday, September 29, 2010
Our fuel station in Troy, Oregon, is once again 100% operational!
The Oregon Dept. of Agriculture tested and certified our pump today and we are once again pumping regular fuel, 87 octane (product also contains 10% Ethanol). Is a huge relief to finally not have to send fisherman, hunters, and other motorists 50 plus miles to Asotin, Washington or Enterprise, Oregon to get a few gallons of gas. The Troy Resort also has a propane bottle filling station.
Gas is available during Troy Resort's restaurants hours of operation, Wednesday through Sunday, noon to 8 PM.
Friday, September 10, 2010
This lucky guy caught this keeper under the green bridge at the confluence of the Grande Ronde and Wenaha rivers, less than 60 yards from the Resort. Nice fish, way to go!