Catching the Iliamna Lake Monster by Bjorn Dihle On a calm September day, a group of moose hunters sat in their skiff on Iliamna Lake on the Alaska Peninsula. The men noticed what looked like two big,
Sheefish at Alaskan Adventures BlogStory and photos provided by Dan Paull Sheefish are one of the most unique species we fish for at the Alaskan Adventures lodge. Only native to five drainages in the
Fly Rod vs Float Rod By Nick Ohlrich When fishing rainbows on the Middle Kenai, whether guiding or personal fishing, I always have both fly rods and float rods in the boat. To me they are tools, not a
Ruth Pond: Just One More Cast Story and Photos by Jeff Sullivan Ruth Pond in Valdez, Alaska isn’t a world-class fishing hole. One might prefer fishing on the Kenai River for trophy king salmon. Ruth
When that choice is entirely up to you, remember that the gravel needs those eggs way more than your bait cooler does. Yeah, hens matter…but more importantly, BIG hens matter. Just let her go.
Each steelhead is like a miracle, a gift out of time, a prehistoric primal beast. And each one we valued more than the last.
King Salmon blog by John Perry, Photos courtesy of Angler’s Alibi Nushagak River Spey Fishing for King Salmon For those of you that may not have heard, king salmon fishing on the Nushagak River
Russian River, Quartz Creek, Deep Creek, Kasilof River, Anchor River, and of course the Kenai River are all world-class fisheries that host thousands of anglers who come annually for the sole purpose
by Nigel Fox This summer marks another pink year on the Kenai River, which means a couple million pink salmon will return to spawn from August through September. If you are primarily a trout fisherman
By Dr. Wally Balcerzak When you are in the planning stages, prior to booking a stay at Anglers’ Lodge for your Alaskan fishing adventure, you may feel overwhelmed. “So many trips- so littl