By this time of year our prime silver weeks (with 2 days of heli-fishing) are generally full. Heck, sometimes they’re booked 2 seasons out. But luck is in favor for those who want to experience some of the best fly …
In his “Peninsula Part 2” blog, guide Drew Griffith (aka Machete) once again shares his thoughts and stories from the second half of his summer guiding in Alaska at the SAFARI camp. (Read his previous bit on the OUTPOST camp …
Come learn more about our Remote Alaska Fly Fishing Trips: COLORADO The Fly Fishing Show in Denver, Jan 5 – 7 TEXAS Troutfest in New Braunfels, Feb 17 – 18 Fredericksburg Fly Fishers in Fredericksburg, March 8, 7pm Fly Fishing …
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In his “Peninsula” blog, Drew reflects on his first summer guiding in Bristol Bay – vast wilderness, grunt work, and perhaps the best day of fishing in his life.
2017 was the year of the pink salmon and silver salmon. The silver run was jaw-dropping and the beach fishing for pinks was absolutely ridiculous.
Eagle nonchalantly eyes fox’s salmon from safe distance. Fox runs over and says, “Hey, I’ll share this with you!” (And takes dump near eagle.)
Even though it was a fairly wet and rainy summer, we still have plenty of great 2017 SAFARI camp photos. Enjoy. More excellent photos coming in a week or two. Also: check out the SAFARI camp 2017 season summary.
We have fortunately been a broken record for the last several years, but 2017 was another incredibly strong season of fly fishing in Bristol Bay at our Alaska Wilderness OUTPOST camp.
The 2017 OUTPOST camp photos are ready to view. Sit back, have a cigar, and enjoy some great photos from our remote Bristol Bay fly fishing camp. As usual, thanks to everyone who sent in their photos. There’s still a …
We’re home. And that feels really good. The 2017 Alaska fishing season is officially over. Both the SAFARI and OUTPOST camps are broken down, packed up and stored until next summer. We’re all definitely ready for some much needed and …
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