Start each day with a chef prepared breakfast, before deciding to fly out or stay right on the shore to fish for the day. Either option lets you fish some of the best waters in Alaska. Bristol Bay is home to the quantities and size of fish that Alaska is known for. Enjoy your nights […]
This is a TRAILER to the new film Aniak, included in the 58th edition of Catch Magazine. See the full feature at https://www.CatchMagazine.net. With more than 663,268 square miles of land, water and wildlife to its name, the state of Alaska has always been a magnetic draw for me and my camera. This […]
Colorado fly-fishing company, Umpqua, has marked its 45th year with a $45,000 donation to conservation generated by sales of its products. Umpqua pledged the contribution to Alaska’s Tongass National Forest two years ago at ICAST and raised the money from sales of its Tongass packs and bags. The donation, made in collaboration with the Sportsman’s Alliance, […]
Issue #58 takes you on a North and South American Continental Tour… Go NORTH to Alaska….with T-Motion Theater’s “Aniak” where huge rainbow trout attack mouse patterns on the surface. EXPLORE the Rocky Mountains….with soccer pro Phillips’s mobile view essay on a fly fishing tour. Head SOUTH to the Amazon….with Rafael Costa’s photo essay on Brazil’s Mamiraua […]
A major potential backer of the controversial plan to develop one of the world’s most precious salmon fisheries has pulled out of the project. Northern Dynasty Minerals (NDM) has announced that First Quantum Minerals (FQM), a Canadian mining company, will not participate in the Pebble Mine project, a plan to develop the Bristol Bay region […]
With its distinctive sailfish-like dorsal fin, the grayling is perhaps the most striking of Alaskan game fish. Found in lakes, small streams, and big rivers. Peak fishing for Grayling is June through August. Most grayling average 8-14 inches and about 1 lb, but fish up to 24 inches and 4 lbs have been recorded. Feeding […]
Join Donnie Vincent as he fly fishes the flooded Kenai River in Alaska. From giant coho salmon to an encounter with some grizzly bears.
Alaska’s Alagnak River is a place where there are no roads. A place where the weather does what it wants. A place where humans are no longer the apex predator. The life of a guide on this river is one of resourcefulness, persistence and dedication.
This video contains some incredible drone footage shot on location with Angler’s Alibi in remote Alaska. It is a compilation of both new and older footage never before seen. ALIBI 2018 from Angler’s Alibi on Vimeo. Hats off to John Landry for all the hard work and time put in making this video. A special […]
Action video of what we do in the wilds of Alaska… and we love it! Iliamna River Lodge Alaska: Action video from Bill Betts on Vimeo.