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5 Tips About Fishing in Alaska

Here are five questions (and answers) I get asked all the time about fishing in Alaska. I’ve been in Alaska for 50 years and running my own fishing lodge for over 40, so chances are my answers are better than Google’s. What’s the weather like in Alaska? Is it global warming or global cooling or…
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6 Tips To Booking The Right Alaskan Fishing Trip

If you’re looking to book an Alaskan fishing trip but don’t know where to start, or you’re already exhausted by looking at all the options, here are 6 tips to help you narrow down the perfect fishing adventure for you: 1. Pole versus Rod There are lodges that cater to spin fishermen and lodges that…
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Alaska’s been good to me

As Robert Service once wrote, “they came for the gold, yet somehow life’s not what I thought it, and somehow the gold isn’t all”.. Yes, Alaska is a tough place to live at times. The darkness and long months of winter, the endless cold, snow up to your breasts, ground heaving frosts, earthquakes, mosquitoes, bears,…
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Where we land, you will not see another aircraft on the ground

Alaska’s total highway system in miles amounts to just over 1000 miles. Most summer traveler’s in Alaska’s back country travel by air or boat. “Alaska fly out lodges” have become quit popular in the past 50 years. So much so that popular rivers have become sometimes jammed with float planes and anglers. Our Talaheim Lodge…
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