Friday, June 7, 2013

Alaska Peninsula silvers and char

Have a few openings to join me for a weeks fishing at Gary LaRose's Pumice Creek Lodge on the Alaska Peninsula in September.  Will catch more big silvers and arctic char than your arms can handle.  These silvers are fresh from the ocean and are big and mean.  Many of the silvers will top 14 pounds with a few in the 18 to 20 pound range.  They can be landed on lures and flies.
  Will be flyout to the Cinder River where the only other fishermen outside our group will be the local Brown bears.  At least once during the week we will fly to Lava Creek for a day of arctic char fishing. The char should be in the brillant spawning colors during our stay and are plentiful.
This marks my 25th year for fishing the Alaska Peninsula which is some of the best fishing in some of the remotest area on earth!

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