I had the pleasure of guiding my kid and dad in Alaska in July…what an amazing 3-generation trip!!!
There’s a situation brewing in Alaska where, thanks to a hatchery program, there may be too many salmon returning to the area. At first glance, it’s hard to believe there could ever be too many salmon…but in the case of pink salmon you may change your tune.
Read the whole story HERE
The biggest king salmon ever caught was this 126-pound monster that was caught in a fish trap near Petersburg, Alaska in 1949. My friend and fellow Alaska guide, Chris Sessions, sent me this pic and said that a friend of his has one of the three replica mounts of the behemoth on his wall.
All I can say is OMG!!!
If you’d like to see more giant kings, go here: 10 of the World’s Largest king Salmon
I tried to get the Northern Pike to bite my topwater mouse on camera, but they liked eating my Waterwolf HD video cam instead!
Check out this rad footage of salmon and char chasing and biting my spinners. I recently trolled No. 7 spinners downstream with an Okuma Waterwolf camera rigged in-line and there’s definitely some cool stuff to be learned by seeing what’s going on down there!