Alaska produces some monster kings, such as this Kanektok River beast.
Photo by Chris Morgan, www.twosherpas.com
Every June and July, anglers flock to Alaska for a chance to test their mettle—and their tackle—against king salmon, which regularly top 50 pounds and are muscular brutes after living at . . .
King salmon were introduced in Chile almost a hundred years ago, but it wasn’t until some Japanese entrepreneurs released hundreds of thousands of Chinook salmon smolts from the lower . . .
Writteh by: by John Herzer, Blackfoot River Outfitters
Young Dawson rocked the cutthroats all day.
Photo by John Herzer
I took a half day off and ran over to Idaho with my son, Dawson. (You may remember his video lesson on double-hauling a couple of years ago.) He caught a pile of cutties, and I pinned. . .
Here’s a gorgeous, dreamy video from River & Salt, focused on a trip to British Columbia’s Pitt River for sea-run bull trout and Chinook salmon. Until I watched this, I had never heard of. . .