Every year in Alaska, millions upon millions of sockeye salmon migrate back to their natal rivers to spawn. When the salmon spawn, these trout stage behind their redds, voraciously eating their eggs. AFFG's video of the month "Match the Hatch" filmed by Alaska Fly Out Travel celebrates Alaska's "bead hatch" with Copper River Lodge.
Juneau Fishing Report- 9/8/2022
Reports from the last couple days are of fresh pods of coho steadily pushing into the channel. The larger tide swings happening over […]
Go-To Flies for Fall Rainbows in Alaska
By Cory Hansen Alaska has some of the world's best fishing, this is not anything new. With countless river systems that produce fish […]
Two Ways to Rig a Bead Leader for Alaska Trout
If you are new to fishing the bead, setting up your first bead leader rig can seem confusing. Everyone has their own tried […]
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