Saturday, September 1, 2012


With the weather finally starting to cool down in the Midwest and other parts of the USA, the attention in Alaska turns to silver salmon.  These brutes are found in numbers and huge size on the rivers of the remote Alaska Peninsula.  I have fished the Peninsula for over 20 years always targeting large silvers up to 20lbs.  I have found the best place is the remote Peninsula rivers fished out of the little known Pumice Creek Lodge which is operated by Gary LaRose,  Gary has been in lodge/guiding business for years and grew up in the fishing/hunting environment as his father owed a few lodges during his upbringing.  Gary offers daily flyouts to the Cinder River for big silvers which are easily landed on either spinning, casting or fly equipment.  Also if your really nice to Gary perhaps he will take you for a day trip to Amber Bay which is where some of the largest silvers on earth swim!
I have a group heading for arm to arm combat with silvers shortly.  If intersted in a last minute trip or perhaps next season get in touch with me soon.

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