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Alaska Skyview | Aerial Video
Video of the Week UAVs (Drones) give us a new perspective on our amazing fishing experiences here in Alaska. Get an aerial look at Alaska Sportsman’s Lodge and our beautiful surroundings in this short video. As always, fly drones responsibly.
Alaska Small Creeks Fly Out | Video of the Week
From Alaska Sportsman’s Lodge Not only are we located on a world renowned fishery in the Kvichak River. We also offer a number of different fly out fishing experiences with the use of our float planes. This video gives you a glimpse of some July fishing on a couple walk and wade streams that are a short flight from the lodge…. Read More
A Day on the Alaska Coast
Video of the Week At Alaska Sportsman’s Lodge, we have dozens of fly out locations that we fish. We can offer incredible variety for your Alaska fishing vacation. This video is sneak peak of what a day on the Alaska coast fishing for silver salmon is like. WATCH MORE ALASKA SPORTSMAN’S LODGE VIDEOS
Above Iliamna | Bristol Bay Alaska
Film by Jason Ching Flying high above Lake Iliamna and the surrounding area, this film shows the beauty of the region and the amazing sockeye run that runs right past Alaska Sportsman’s Lodge. The Lake Iliamna fishery is one-of-a-kind, with Salmon runs in the millions and Rainbow Trout growing to legendary size.
Double Haul Casting Tutorial
From Rio Products You definitely don’t need to know how to double haul to fish successfully with us in Alaska. That is for sure. But, for those of you who have always wanted to learn to double haul or improve your double haul casting technique, here is an informative video from Rio Products to help you practice. Our fishing season… Read More
Wild Ark Ambassador Visits Alaska Sportsman’s Lodge | Video
Wild Ark ambassador Mick Fanning joins a Wild Ark trip to Alaska Sportsman’s Lodge in remote Southwest Alaska to discover the world’s largest wild salmon fishery under threat from Pebble Mine. Wild Ark’s mission is to secure parts of identified green belts around the world to protect the rich biodiversity of these areas as a way of conserving wildlife, while creating research… Read More
Pebble is still the wrong mine in the wrong place
Originally published in the Alaska Dispatch News By Brian Kraft Backers of the Pebble mine seem to think that the recent election grants them a green light to proceed with a mine that risks American jobs and Alaska’s economy. Reality says otherwise: Opposition to the Pebble mine has never been greater or more widespread. Alaskans and hundreds of thousands of… Read More