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June – July – August ’13 Updates

Better late than never so here they are!

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Only a few days left! September 12 Update

Our official close date for the year is September 20th but we’re still catching! Afternoons are our most consistent trips due to cold mornings and the fish are still very active.

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August ’12 Update – The leaves are changing but we’re still catching fish!

It may be Fall but the fish are still biting! Some of our best opportunities of the year for big Rainbows and Grayling start when the leaves change. We also are seeing lots of animal traffic on the river from bull caribou to huge wolf tracks. Book today before the season leaves you in the […]

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July Update: August is finally here!

Here are the pictures from July! The rainbows are starting to hit just South of us for fishermen seeking full days and the grayling are still going strong. Book today, the end of the season is closer than you think!

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June 2012 Update

Here it is! Better late than never.

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End of the season

Our season has ended so here are some of the pictures I had promised people. Enjoy!

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The end is near: Grayling Report

The ground is getting ready to freeze and fall is on the hills. As the grayling turn and go down stream for the winter we get a unique opportunity to fish them on the bigger water. Fishing has been good and will hold out until we close when the fish leave. The nice weather this […]

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The end is near: Rainbow Report

The end of the season is close. Despite dropping temperatures and the changing leaves the fishing is continuing to improve. Rainbow opportunities for mobile clients that can wade the full day on the Chulitna drainage have opportunities to catch football rainbows up to 22″ on beads. It’s the end of the season but up to […]

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Fall is here!

Fall is creeping up the tips of the willows and the tundra is turning red. Fall is here at higher elevations and around the corner here in camp. With colder mornings comes fall fishing for big grayling on the Jack River! It’s the last few weeks of the season but the fishing isn’t over. The […]

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Grayling on Dries

Well, the grayling are holding up there end here on the Denali Highway. Insect life has been loving all our sunny weather meaning hatches all times of the day and hatches of insects we don’t always see. Happy bugs means happy fish and there is nothing more satisfying than watching fish rise to your fly. […]

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