Blog | Phantom Tri-River Charters - Part 27

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Three Reasons to Book a Fishing Charter to Alaska Today!

May 15, 2014

Fishing season is upon us and it’s time for you to dig out your tackle box, dust off your rod and start thinking about where you want to cast your lure. The local lakes, rivers and ponds may be opening up again for the season, but why not take your talents somewhere a bit more adventurous this year? Have you ever considered a fishing charter to Alaska? If you’ve never really thought about fishing in the Alaskan wilderness, now is the time to consider it! But, beyond just buying a plane ticket and packing your angler’s cap, it’s important to... View Article

Not Just Expert Fishermen will Enjoy an Alaskan Fishing Trip!

May 1, 2014

People often think that they’re excluded from a destination fishing trip for one reason or another. Perhaps you’re not the avid angler that your friends are? Maybe it’s been a few years since you’ve dropped a lure and reeled in a photogenic catch? When it comes to booking an Alaskan fishing trip, none of that matters—what does matter is that you’re interested in the sport and you’re ready to have a great time! Novice fishermen So you’ve just taken up the hobby of being an angler—hit a few ponds with some friends, reeled in a couple of decent catches and... View Article

When is The Best Time for Alaskan Salmon Fishing Trips?

February 15, 2014

If you are in the process of planning an Alaskan salmon fishing trip, you are probably wondering when you should plan on going. Timing isn’t always everything with fishing in Alaska—there are great opportunities to fish all year round in various parts of the state. However, you might want to ensure you are on the water during peak seasons for specific types of salmon, especially if you are a more experienced fisherman. Either way, you’re sure to get home with a huge amount of fish, but going during the right time helps ensure a huge bounty of exactly what you... View Article

How Will the Sustina Wantana Dam Affect Current Salmon Runs?

February 1, 2014

Salmon fishing trips to Alaska may be affected by a dam set to undergo construction in just a few months. If you live in the lower 48, you may have not heard much about the Sustina Wantana dam project. Basically, the idea of a large dam project has been floating around for decades in Alaska; only in the last few years has the idea become a reality. The dam project is located in the south central part of the state and will provide an enormous amount of clean energy for the state. In fact the dam itself will be one... View Article

Essential Gear to Bring on a Fishing Charter to Alaska

January 15, 2014

Fishing in Alaskan waters isn’t like fishing down at your local pond or stream! Between the colder temperatures and rougher elements at work, you’ll need a bit more gear, a more alert mind and some hardened experience as a fisherman to get you through the journey. Rest assured, however, if you’re properly prepared for an Alaskan fishing trip, it can and will be one of the most enjoyable experiences you’ll ever have on the open water! Take a look at our checklist of essential gear required for a great fishing experience in the Alaskan wilderness: Rain gear or poncho: No... View Article