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Remember… kneel down in shallow water when handling a fish for a photo. If you do drop it the fish doesn’t have far to fall, and the cushion of some water is way better than a head dive onto the …
Guides Jordan, Chris and Rus visited Denali National Park in late September after the 2015 fishing season. Because of an early heavy snow, only the first mile or two of the park road was open to traffic and visitors. But …
And here’s what you do after a great day of fishing off a remote Alaska Peninsula beach…
It’s sunny and warm in Texas and it made me think about beach fishing for salmon on the Alaska Peninsula…
Excellent closeup photos of pink salmon taken in 2015, courtesy of Bill from Arkansas.
2015 offered the largest pink salmon run we’ve ever seen and the best silver salmon run we’ve seen in 10 years at our SAFARI camp (see the 2015 season summary for more info). The photo above shows how many fish …
Grayling can put a good bend in a fly rod – often times much bigger than most fishermen expect. But that’s another story… the above is just a cool photo taken last season at our OUTPOST camp.
This photo is taken 4 days after the summer solstice, the longest day of the year/summer (in the northern hemisphere). Official sunset time on the solstice is 11:33 pm, but it really doesn’t get “dark” until about 1:30 am. And …
What can separate a good week from a great week, or a mediocre trip from a life-changing experience, is who you’re fishing with – that can mean your guide, the other guests at camp with you, or even your own close friend who you thought might be able to handle fishing in the rain.
Looking through all the photos reminds us – even though great Alaska fishing is the core of the SAFARI camp experience, you could spend an entire season out here taking photos, hiking around and just plain exploring wild untouched wilderness.