Categories for Fishing Excursions

Tips for Taking Great Photos on Your Next Fishing Adventure

September 16, 2021

No fishing trip is complete without at least taking a few shots of the fish you catch or the beautiful scenery surrounding your journey on the water. Unfortunately, many amateur photographers don’t take the best shots, leading to less-than-stellar Instagram posts or pictures on the mantel. We’re not just fishing experts at Phantom Tri-River Charters—we know a thing or two about taking some great fishing photos, too! Continue reading to learn how to take good pictures during a fishing trip. Take photos with the sun behind you Sunlight can be your number one enemy when you’re trying to take a... View Article

What to Know Before You Go Fishing with Kids

April 20, 2021

Fishing with kids in Alaska is a great bonding experience. For a younger child, the excitement of getting a bite, hooking a fish and reeling it in is a memorable thrill that will last a lifetime. And the sense of accomplishment that comes with catching a big fish will delight any child, even the “coolest” of teenagers. Alaska is a land rich with fish of many kinds, not to mention the natural splendor and beauty of the wilderness. So buckle up, because we’re going to get into some tips to prepare your kids for a great family fishing trip in... View Article

Pros and Cons of Fishing in a Boat on the River

September 3, 2020

Fishing is a very popular pastime enjoyed by people around the world. People of every age and from every background love to get out on the water and cast their lines for fish. Whether you are an avid fisherman or you’re interested in trying it out for the very first time, you want to do what you can to ensure you have the best experience possible. If you’re thinking about fishing with a boat in a river in Alaska, make sure you know all the pros and cons of this style of fishing to determine whether it’s the right option... View Article

Eight Tips for Staying Germ-Free While Traveling in Groups

March 23, 2020

These days, we all need to take safety precautions to avoid getting sick—especially when we’re in a group. The good news is that avoiding illness is possible as long as you know what to do and take the right actions. Keep reading to learn how to stay clean when traveling in Alaska: Wash your hands: The best way to prevent spreading germs is to wash your hands! We don’t just mean after you use the restroom, either—make a habit of washing your hands with hot water as frequently as possible. Don’t just rinse them off—instead, wash with soap for at... View Article

Winter Fishing in Alaska

December 6, 2018

Alaska is a state known throughout the world for its rich natural resources. Some of the state’s most famous and sought-after exports are drawn from its waters. Large, bountiful salmon and other types of fish are pulled from the clean, pristine rivers, lakes and seas of the Last Frontier State. Many people wrongly assume, however, that Alaska’s fishing season ends when the winter arrives. Due in large part to the shorter days, icy conditions and generally unpredictable weather, commercial fishing in Alaska does tend to lull in the winter months. Recreational fishing, however, continues to be a popular activity throughout... View Article

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