Rainbow River Lodge Blog Post by Troy Letherman I’m the first to tie on a dry fly. We’re gliding across a stillwater slough connecting Fog Lake to the middle Copper River, flushing the occasional
Alaska Fall Fishing Trips Fish Alaska magazine Editor Troy Letherman describes seven world-class trips to take this September. As autumn matures, days get shorter and termination dust settles atop mos
Fishing for Kenai rainbow trout in July can require patience while at the same time be very exhilarating…and the payoffs can be HUGE. The salmon spawn is not really happening yet, the water levels a
Here’s a fisherman’s frustration. Just as the weather turns warm, and you get the fishing bug, you realize it’s still not time to fish, at least on a river. Unless you’re a lit
When exploring angling techniques one common-enough principle is to take an idea from one region and apply it to another. Such is the case when comparing Alaska with the famous, blue-ribbon trout loca
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The author of this post, Jeff Hickman, knows rainbow trout. He spent a bunch of years guiding at Alaska West, and during that time he came up with a really popular mouse pattern called Mr.
‘Bows on the Shoulder Story By Troy Letherman I’m the first to tie on a dry fly. We’re gliding across a stillwater slough connecting Fog Lake to the middle Copper River, flushing the