Tuesday, September 7, 2010


Had the opportunity to fish Pumice Creek Lodge on the Alaska Peninsula during August 28th to September 4th. Fished with good friends Cole Lundquist, Rob Nevin, George Hollenbeck, Hartwing Bardosch, and Peter Nemith.

Pumice Creek Lodge is owned by friend Gary LaRose. The lodge is approximately 100 miles south of the town of King Salmon accessible only by plane.

All clients are housed in a sleeping building complete with hot shower. Gary built a main lodge building a few years ago where you meet for meals and drinks after a great day of fishing.
Gary will fly you either to the Cinder River for spectular Silver Salmon Fishing for to Lava Creek for a day of non-stop char fishing.

This was my 21st year fishing the Peninsula for silvers.

During our week we did well with tough fishing conditions as the water levels were unusually high. We fished sections of Pumice Creek which I have not fished before. However, guides Todd and Rudy put us on non-stop silver action.

My best day for silvers was 54 salmon landed and my best day for char was 99 landed.

Already booked for Sept 10 to 17 2011 and welcome anyone interested to join me for a

"Fishing Trip of a Lifetime"

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