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Check out the 2015 OUTPOST camp photos – they are some of the best overall and complete photos we’ve seen to date from this operation.
We always enjoy the heck out of spending time and fishing on the Bristol Bay side of the Alaska Peninsula at our OUTPOST camp, but there’s just something special about Nakalilok Bay on the Pacific side of the peninsula. It …
The peak of the chum salmon run at our OUTPOST camp occurs from late June to mid July. They attack bright streamers in pink, purple, chartreuse and black, and can put a solid bend in a 7 weight fly rod …
It’s time to dust off the cobwebs, grab some gear, break out a map, jump in a plane, plug in some GPS coordinates and head south on the Alaska Peninsula to start setting up our Alaska Wilderness OUTPOST camp. After …
Our remote “airports” are not exactly what you’re used to back home, but that’s life if you want to experience true Alaska wilderness fishing.
There’s so much pristine Alaska Peninsula wilderness to soak in, you and your 2 best fishing buddies quickly forget that you feel like sardines squeezed into the backseat of the chopper.
He certainly knows better than to pass up an opportunity to sight cast to sea-bright chum and silver salmon on a tidal flat flood tide under clear skies and calm winds.
Fuel prices last season in King Salmon, Alaska approached $7 per gallon for automobiles. Ouch. You can think about that next time you fill up your car in the lower 48. Reality check: jaw dropping high commodity prices are the …
A group of fishermen at SAFARI camp head out for another day of great fishing!
The Alaska Peninsula supports very healthy populations of coastal brown bears and decent populations of wolves. Bears sightings happen, literally, on a daily basis. Wolf sightings are far more rare – we have perhaps half a dozen each summer, but …