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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.
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.
Without question, 2015 was another incredibly strong season of fly fishing in Bristol Bay at our OUTPOST camp. It’s hard to believe, but it was perhaps even better than our 2014 season.
Throw any of these patterns anywhere you might find rainbow trout – slack water, back eddies, deep pools, cut banks, staged below salmon… even working them across fast-moving riffles can draw explosive top-water strikes!
Although we may see a few king salmon in late June, don’t count on it… the king salmon fishing picks up after early July at the OUTPOST camp. Peak king run timing, as it is for all salmon species, is …
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 …
If you enjoy light tackle and all-day-long surface action, it’s hard to beat grayling fishing in Alaska. These feisty and aggressive fish are often overlooked by their larger kin in Alaska – rainbow trout, dolly varden and all the various …