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Goodnews River Lodge Alaska Q&A

Goodnews River Lodge

Experience the solitude and peaceful beauty of Alaska. There are over 490 miles of fishable streams, braids, creeks and river branches for you to enjoy. The three forks of the Goodnews River flow out of the Ahklun Mountains and wander through the Togiak National Wildlife Refuge as they make their way to the Bering Sea. […]

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Tips On Strip Setting For Salmon

Strip set for 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 […]

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Kalum River Lodge Sept 2018 Report

  Here we look back at Septembers report from the Kalum River Lodge and as usual the fishing has been very good with some absolutely cracking fish being caught by the anglers visiting the lodge.   The last week of August every year our long time guests start to arrive. Kalum River Lodge Veterans were […]

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Dry Your Flies

  Here we take a quick look at the best way to keep your flies in the best condition you can after each session.   Waterproof fly boxes do a good job at keeping water out, but they also do an equally good job at keeping water in as well! So, don’t be like us […]

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Bristol Bay Lodge Alaska Q&A

Bristol Bay

Have you thought about fishing Bristol Bay in Alaska? If you want to experience the real Alaskan adventure and have access to all the prime pristine waters of the Bristol Bay then this is the perfect fishing holiday for you. We regularly get asked questions about this destination so we have put together our frequently […]

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