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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.
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 …
Loaded up in the jet boat at our OUTPOST camp, guide Steve Mason and 2 anglers from Austin, TX are one step closer to having their lines in the water…
There are numerous productive patterns that work well fly fishing in Alaska for the various species of salmon, rainbow trout, Dolly Varden and grayling. And by no means are we going to get into this one is better than that …
There are many productive fly options at this tent camp – mice, dries, nymphs, eggs and streamers. What you use that day will depend on your target fish species – trout, grayling, dollies or salmon.
Our good friend Chris Johnson of Living Waters Fly Fishing brought a group of Texas fly fishermen to our Alaska Wilderness OUTPOST camp in July of 2016. Chris is a fly shop owner, guide, and turns out, an exceptional photographer. …
Fishing Overall, 2016 was another incredibly strong season of fly fishing in Bristol Bay at our Alaska Wilderness OUTPOST camp. In late June and early July, the rainbow trout fishing was exceptionally strong in our home creek – a notch …
Check out the 2016 OUTPOST camp photos. There are many excellent fishing and group photos – you can tell we all (guests and guides) had a GREAT time! Enjoy viewing and/or reminiscing. As usual, thanks to everyone who sent in …
Fishermen at our OUTPOST camp are really shocked when they find out grayling in Alaska eat mice patterns as well. In fact, the eat the crap out of them… sometimes enough to provide all day long action.