ALASKA ROADSIDE KING SALMON FISHING from Anchorage to Denali Available Now! (Click Here to Purchase)
The DVD also includes incredible footage of eagles, moose, grizzly bear and other wildlife and footage from the scenic 8 hour round trip bus ride into Denali National Park.
Our DVD-Trips accurately represent the experience we had on the rivers and share with you all the information we wish we had before going on the trip but could not obtain in our trip planning research efforts. We show you the scenery, the fish catching, the wildlife, and the river challenges.
Our goal is to provide you a viewing experience "As Reel As It Gets" in our DVD-Trips and to provide you with the information to "Know Before You Go" via our DVD/Ultimate Guidebooks.
The most comprehensive video and written guide on road accessible king salmon fishing from just north of Anchorage to Denali Park. This is the premier resource for the do-it-yourself fisherman.
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.
Still Photo Highlights
Of Course we show you the most popular fishing holes and the best techniques to catch fish.
We also show you fishing holes with no fishing pressure!
|And Yes....We even show you what we believe is one of the best king salmon holes in Alaska! (Pictured Right, it is hard to imagine such a great, secluded, fishing hole is accessible via the Parks Highway). All of those red lines in the clearwater river coming in from the right are kings, and they were stacked up for the first fifty yards of the river. A new supply of kings steadily moved into this hole while we fished!|
The video shows the fishing action "As Reel As It Gets"TM. You will see all the fish we caught, how to reach the fishing holes, and the techniques we used to catch the fish. Between the video and the Ultimate Guide, we are confident that you will have all the information you need to "Know Before You Go"TM and have an incredibly successful unguided, do-it-yourself, Alaska fishing adventure!
Alaska Roadside King Salmon Fishing DVD and Ultimate Guide are Now Available! (Click Here to Purchase)
We wish all the best life has to offer....and may it include at least one trip to Alaska!