Our Mission is to provide a video experience and written information on fishing Alaska rivers for trip planning and entertainment. We do this through our DVDs and Ultimate Guides shown below. Our Alaska Adventure Series DVDs are documentary style, unguided Alaska fishing expeditions that take the viewer along for an adventure of a lifetime through the eyes of enthusiastic fishermen. The Ultimate Guides are included as DVD inserts to provide extensive information on the rivers including: a river overview, GPS coordinates of the best fishing holes, fish catching techniques, camping spots, float paths and much more. The DVDs are entertaining for those that dream of fishing Alaska's backcountry. Along with the Ultimate Guide inserts, the DVDs contain a wealth of information for those who actually go.
The Holitna River is one of southwest Alaska's more remote float trip options. A tributary of Alaska's second largest drainage, the Kuskokwim, the Holitna supports all five species of Pacific salmon and is one of the best char fishing rivers in the world. This video features prime fishing holes and techniques for hooking incredible numbers of kings, reds, char and grayling. Spend nine days with us starting 18 river miles up the Chukowan, one of two major tributaries that join to form the Holitna, and float for another 45 river miles down the Holitna. We never saw another person the entire trip and there was no indication that other floaters went before us - what an unbelievable wilderness experience! 2007 Production. Feature Run Time: 98 Minutes DVD.
The Aniak River is one of the best southwest float trip options if you desire a wilderness experience surrounded by rugged peaks with opportunities to catch all five species of Pacific salmon, grayling, char, rainbow and even sheefish in its lower stretches. Beginning on a small gravel bar seven air miles from the outlet of Aniak Lake, join us for an 11 day, 100 river mile float down the Aniak River. In spite of its widely published reputation as challenging and even dangerous, you will see the Aniak first hand on our unguided float trip and learn for yourself what the river really has to offer. 2007 Production. Feature Run Time: 82 Minutes DVD.
The Lake Creek River is one of south central Alaska's great wild rivers with incredible salmon runs. Come along with us for a seven day, unguided, 55 river mile float and fishing adventure of a lifetime. See beautiful footage of the Alaska Range, wildlife including bald eagles, grizzlies, and a wolf, aerial video of the mouths of three major salmon spawning tributaries, and tail walking monster kings. This video will take you to the river from the drop point on the majestic Chelatna Lake to the pick up on the glacial Yentna River. Experience the flight, the float, the weather and the incredible king salmon fishing. 2006 Production. Feature Run Time: 69 Minutes DVD.
The Talachulitna River is an excellent south central Alaska wilderness float trip. Just a short flight from Anchorage, float with us for 60 river miles from Judd Lake, positioned on the east side of the Tordrillo Mountains, to the Skwentna River. Experience solitude, exciting class IV whitewater, abundant wildlife, and unbelievable king salmon fishing. The Talachulitna Creek and Talachulitna River are tributaries of the Susitna Drainage hosting some of the largest king salmon in the world. Using the right techniques during the peak of the run, the Talachulitna River will produce 20 plus kings per day. 2006 Production. Feature Run Time: 60 Minutes DVD.
Our newest Alaska Adventure Series DVD and Ultimate Guide - "Alaska Roadside King Salmon Fishing from Anchorage to Denali National Park" provides information for the do it yourself fisherman wanting to experience an unguided Alaska fishing trip from the road system. The Susitna and Chulitna drainages offer some of the best roadside accessible king salmon fishing in Alaska. The Susitna drainage supports Alaska’s fourth largest chinook (king) salmon run - typically numbering between 100,000 and 200,000 kings. For comparision, this is nearly double the number of kings that return to the popular Kenai River. This video and guide shows the access and best places to fish the most popular fisheries of Willow, Sheep and Montana Creeks on the Susitna River as well as tributaries of the Chulitna Rivers that receive no fishing pressure. It also features information on the Eklutna Tailrace and Little Susitna River as well as other Susitna tributaries open to king salmon fishing including: Goose Creek, Little Willow Creek, Birch Creek, Sunshine Creek, Rabideaux Creek, Caswell Creek, and the Kashwitna River.
The Chulitna River System is an outstanding, little known fishery. See the access to and the best fishing holes of: East Fork Chulitna River, Middle Fork Chulitna River, West Fork Chulitna River, East Fork Middle Fork Chulitna River confluence, Honolulu Creek, Hardage Creek, Antimony Creek, Fourth of July Creek, Coal Creek and more.
As an added bonus, we take you on a jet boat taxi ride up the glacial Talkeetna River to fish Clear Creek.
The Alaska Roadside King Salmon Fishing from Anchorage to Denali DVD/Ultimate Guide will SAVE YOU TIME - We share over ten years worth of exploration of the available king salmon fishing between Anchorage and Denali National Park! It will PUT YOU on MORE FISH - you will see Alaska's Parks Highway king catching potential at many of the popular and little known fishing holes! HELP YOU DECIDE WHERE TO FISH - Based on the type of experience you would like to have in terms of crowds, setting, and the fish catching potential. YOU WILL SEE THE BEST TECHNIQUES FOR KING CATCHING - at each of the creeks and rivers. WE SHOW YOU THE BEST FISHING HOLES along the Parks Highway - while it is good to know which creeks and rivers are good for catching kings, there is nothing better than knowing exactly where the most fish hold and get caught for each of these rivers and creeks. HELP YOU TO DETERMINE WHAT DATES TO FISH - based on where you want to fish and the overall experience you desire.
This Alaska fishing video and ultimate Guide are ENJOYABLE TO WATCH for anyone who wants to see the king salmon fishing potential along the Parks Highway and for anyone actually planning a trip to Alaska, or currently living in Alaska who would like to have the most detailed information available on king salmon fishing the 240 mile stretch of highway between Anchorage in Denali National Park - this is the PREMIER RESOURCE FOR DO IT YOURSELF FISHERMEN!
FOR DETAILED INFORMATION AND THE EXACT LOCATIONS OF THE BEST FISHING HOLES, ACCESS, AND TECHNIQUES: