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How To Beat Sea Sickness

How To Beat Sea Sickness

If you’re one of the unlucky people that are sensitive to the motion of the ocean, then you already know that sea sickness can completely transform an epic adventure into a very miserable experience. It’s especially disappointing because you paid your own hard-earned...

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A Photographic Summary of the 2022 Season

A Photographic Summary of the 2022 Season

The "post-Covid" era made for a very busy season here on the Kenai Peninsula.  Leery travelers regained their confidence and booked their trips north, and the reality of a pandemic prompted many to take that bucket list Alaskan vacation they had been putting off.  It...

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Habits of Great Anglers

Habits of Great Anglers

Let me begin by fully admitting that I don't "know it all" when it comes to anything in life, angling included. I'm like most others in that I've had days on the water that I walk away from with a ton of confidence, and also plenty of days that have left me severely...

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Pink Years are… the best?

Pink Years are… the best?

Believe it or not, the topic of pink salmon, aka “humpy”, is actually a bit of a controversial one here on the Kenai River.  Some people love them. Others wish they didn’t exist. The conundrum of the pink salmon is that although they invade the river by the millions...

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Playing It By Ear

Playing It By Ear

The challenge of trying to "think like a fish" by anticipating exactly where, when, and what those fish will bite is a riddle that occupies an unreasonable amount of cerebral tissue in most angler's brains. Personally, I spend an embarrassing amount of time thinking...

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Outfitter Envy

Outfitter Envy

Setting up epic fishing vacations for people from all over the world is one of the greatest jobs that exists. I’m extremely grateful every time I am lucky enough to make a visitor’s dreams come true with a well-executed itinerary, allowing them to live out their once...

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September for the Win

September for the Win

You might get tired of hearing me saying this, but...SEPTEMBER IS AWESOME! Below are just a few of the many reasons why you simply can't beat fall on the Kenai... . No Crowds - The majority of the fisheries here on the Kenai Peninsula are accessible by road, so during...

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2020 Photo-Review

2020 Photo-Review

Tourism and Coronavirus don’t necessarily mix well. As a result, 2020 was a “different” kind of year here in the Last Frontier. Thanks to our local following along with many determined guests from the lower 48 - while the world was in a state of chaos, we had a great...

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Guides Should be Clients too!

Guides Should be Clients too!

I’ll never forget my first time being guided. It felt pretty weird if I’m being honest, mostly because I’m so accustom to being the guy that does everything. I bring the gear, I drive the boat, I tie the knots, and I am the so-called expert. Having someone else rig my...

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