Categories for Fishing Tours

Are Fish Active During Winter Fishing Tours in Alaska?

March 9, 2018

We often think of winter as a time for hibernation and inactivity. Is this true for the fish of Alaska? If you’re considering a fishing tour in Alaska, you want to go at the best time of year. No one wants to invest in a tour if the fish aren’t active. Is it worth going in winter? Will you encounter any fish? Yes, you will! Here’s the scoop. Salmon Alaska is known for its salmon. Five varieties are normally found throughout the state. In the winter, King Salmon are active and much sought-after. These fish, particularly the Feeder King Salmon,... View Article

What Are Some of the Best Winter Destinations in Alaska?

October 26, 2017

Perhaps it would surprise you to find out that Alaska is a popular destination in the wintertime as well as in the summer. In the summer people flock in droves to go fishing for salmon and halibut, but in the winter there’s a lot to do as well. You can see the Northern Lights, which for most people in the world is a once-in-a-lifetime event, although we Alaskans are lucky enough to see it rather more often than that. You can also take part in winter sports, like ice fishing, snowshoeing, skiing or ice skating, and can even enjoy fishing... View Article

Learn About Talkeetna Before Visiting for Your Fishing Tour in Alaska!

October 12, 2017

Alaska is one of the most unique places in the world, boasting a rich fishing industry, bountiful natural resources, striking scenery and the highest peak in North America. There are so many different regions in Alaska that are worth exploring that it might be difficult to whittle down your itinerary to select just a few places! No matter where you go in the state, you are likely to experience something unforgettable, but one of the most interesting places to visit is Talkeetna. In addition to the natural beauty that can be observed and the multitude of activities that can be... View Article

Spend the Shortest Days of the Year on Fishing Tours in Alaska

August 7, 2017

Because of the tilt of the earth’s axis, the length of days experienced in different parts of the world can vary dramatically depending on the time of year. The farther north you travel during fishing tours in Alaska, the more noticeable this effect will be. In the summer months, the days in Alaska become much longer and then grow progressively shorter during the winter months. In some far northern regions, there are extended periods of light and darkness that can last for months. In some parts of Alaska during the darkest hours of the night, the sun is still visible.... View Article

Summer Is the Best Time for a Fishing Tour in Alaska

June 8, 2017

All signs point to an outstanding pink salmon fishing year, with this summer likely to hit the highest numbers on record. This is the perfect opportunity to get in on the excitement and book a fishing tour in Alaska, so you can be a part of this record year of fishing for the region. A record year for pink salmon Fish forecasts point to a summer season that will surpass last year’s catch, with the Alaska Department of Fish and Game predicting a huge showing for 2017. With pink salmon always producing in large quantities in odd-numbered years, it is... View Article

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