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Top 10 Fishing Rivers in Alaska

Kanektok River

If you ask a fly fisherman about the places they would love to fish, you will find Alaska is always amongst the top of their list. It’s no wonder when the state of Alaska has over 12,000 rivers! However, with such a huge area and so many rivers to fish where should you start? This […]

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Top Freshwater Fly Fishing Holidays

Freshwater fly

Our freshwater fly fishing holidays give you the chance to travel the world whilst catching monster species. We have a wide range of exclusive destinations for our customers which provide top conditions for an unforgettable freshwater fly fishing holiday. Read on to see our top picks for the best freshwater fly fishing holiday destinations in […]

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Tips On Strip Setting For Salmon

Strip Setting Salmon

“Don’t trout set” are words nearly every saltwater angler has heard at one time or another. That’s because when it comes to hard-mouthed species like Bonefish it’s crucial to set the hook by stripping the fly as opposed to raising the rod in typical ‘Trout’ fashion. Raising the rod does a great job at burying […]

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Mission Lodge Alaska Q&A

Mission Lodge is located on the shores of Lake Aleknagik in the heart of the world famous Bristol Bay region. This area offers unsurpassed trophy fishing for Salmon and Trout in a spectacular wilderness setting. This lodge is easily considered to be Alaska’s finest fly-out lodge operations. At Mission Lodge you are never fixed to […]

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Top 5 Destinations To Fish For Pacific Salmon

Top 5 salmon fishing destinations

  We here at Sportquest Holidays offer a plethora of breathtaking salmon fishing experiences, we have created this wonderful list of our top 5 destinations for you to look at and hopefully assist you with picking the perfect location for you.   Goodnews River Lodge Alaska If you wish to enjoy Salmon fishing in Alaska […]

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Bristol Bay Lodge Alaska Q&A

Bristol Bay Lodge Alaska

The Bristol Bay watershed is a vast area which contains 14 major lakes and connecting river systems. The only way to have access to the entire watershed is by float plane and at Bristol Bay Lodge there are three in legendary DeHavilland Beaver floatplanes. These planes are used to ferry customers through the entire system, […]

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Tips On Managing Your Running Line

Managing Your Running Line

With the age of more modern fly lines, more people are using Skagit and Scandi style Spey lines at our destinations in Alaska, Canada and Argentina. These type of lines incorporate short shooting heads connected to straight running lines. Distance in the cast is achieved by having the heavier part outside the rod tip. On […]

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