I personally don’t think there is a bad time to visit Alaska for fishing during the summer season especially if you choose a good fishing lodge/outfitter. The time you go is dependent on what type of fishing experience you’re looking for and what species you’re most after.
I heard a yell and looked down at Cooper a 16 year old from Colorado who could fish pretty well. He was persistent in fishing a streamer or mouse all day because he was hoping for a big rainbow to grab his fly. His jaw was dropped and eyes wide as he excitedly stuttered, “I’ve got a huge trout!”
This trip is for any skill level and offers great indicator fishing and spey fishing. Anglers can expect to catch Steelhead and that is unheard of in the world of Steelhead fishing!
Sturgeon one of the most awesome fish that you will ever catch in the freshwater’s of America. If you never have hooked into one, maybe you don’t understand but if you have you are in for one heck of a grueling duel of strength. Whether it is from the bank fishing or from a boat […]
The star of the show when fishing in Patagonia Chile, and a favorite bug to imitate and fish is the Chilean Cantaria Beetle also known as Darwin’s Beetle. If I was given the option to bring one fly to Patagonia it would be a black and red Fat Albert in a size 4.
When you travel, especially when you are going on a hunt or fishing trip to a remote location, things often don’t go well…. that’s just the way life is. But, luckily for you we’re here, ready to be a fantastic travel companion day or night, rain or shine.
I had been here before, twice actually years ago. The first time was well worth it, the second not so much and I don’t know why…. the first time I was so excited to check out this new spot. I knew not many people had ever fished this area and I was “kid in a candy store happy” to check it out!
Sometimes the best advice we get is from the guys that make a living doing it. Here is a tip from our steelhead guide out of Washington State.
The gear and tackle we use in Patagonia it’s similar to what anglers normally use in the Northwest United States, so if you are an avid trout angler you may have most of the stuff we use in Patagonia.
How are you going to get home? What do you do now? While you may have planned your trip down to the smallest detail, you may not have planned for this…