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Based in Bozeman, MT, author Anne Vollertsen wrote an article on the Alaska Wilderness SAFARI camp in the 2023 winter issue of Trout, Trout Unlimited’s quarterly magazine. Click here to read the article.
If you like pictures more than words, check out the 2022 SAFARI camp photos instead of reading the summary below. Fishing Summary 2022 delivered a light silver salmon run in camp’s home waters. The chum salmon run was very good. …
We are really lucky. We have sooo many amazing photos from over the years. And as usual, the 2022 SAFARI camp photos are quite breathtaking.
If you like pictures more than words, check out the 2021 SAFARI camp photos instead of reading the summary below. Fishing Summary 2021 had a phenomenal silver salmon run. The pink salmon numbers were solid but not out of control …
The 2021 Alaska fishing season photos are ready to view. Enjoy!
Welcome back to the final installment of our ongoing discussion on spey rod applications for our SAFARI camp. In part 2 we fleshed out some of the major disadvantages for using a conventional two-handed rod set up for the waters …
Hey folks, welcome back to spey rod talk. In part 1 we skimmed over some brief history regarding these unique fly rods and touched on some of the main differences between casting a single-handed rod and casting a spey rod. …
Many of the anglers who come to fish with us at our remote fly fishing camp on the Pacific coast of the Alaska Peninsula are returning guests. Most of them, although certainly not all, will make the long voyage north …
Many salmon will still be clad in their chrome plated ocean armor, and after having just returned from their trans Pacific voyage at sea they do not take kindly to having a fly dangled in their face.
The preferred rod weight is a 6 wt. This is an excellent choice especially when considering that you will in all likelihood be targeting larger salmon at some point during your upriver excursion.