Is there perfect Alaskan fishing lodge for you? If you’ve ever gone shopping for shoes you’ll quickly discover there is no size that fits all. This is also true when selecting a fishing lodge or charter. Having specialised in Alaska sportfishing for over 20 years, I’ve been very fortunate to have fished with a great number …
Alaska halibut fishing has always been one of the highlights on my trips to Alaska. When planning a halibut fishing trip to Alaska, there are a few things to understand before heading north. Here are three suggestions for anyone planning on targeting Alaska's heavyweights of the deep.
Alaska fishing vacations are the dream of a lifetime for the dedicated angler. The waters of this state teem with dozens of fish varieties. From sea to inland lakes, anglers can find challenges around every corner. And when they cast their line it is almost certain that they will come up with something.
Steelhead trout are actually rainbow trout that have spent a part of its life in the sea. The difference between a steelhead and a rainbow is slight; however, due to their exposure to different habitats they have minor differences in color and shape. When hooked, steelhead put up an acrobatic fight much like rainbows.
If there's one thing that is certain about fishing in Alaska, it's that it's a lot of fun no matter where you fish. All of it is different and exciting. All of it can be a challenge as well. But for someone looking to spend some time in Alaska, you may be wondering what type of fishing is best for you?
Alaska fishing vacations are perhaps the most popular kinds of vacations taken in the state. Every angler dreams of putting down all other responsibilities and taking off for the Alaskan wilderness to fish. Literally thousands of streams, rivers and lakes dot the massive state of Alaska. Plus, saltwater fishing is readily available with miles of coastline at your disposal.
I recently returned from Coiba National Park in Panama where I was hosted by the Lost Coast Explorer, a 100' converted crabber. The LCE acts as a mother ship and accommodates up to 12 guests. There are (3) 25' cruisers equipped for diving, fishing and shore excursions.