Best Videos of 2016
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A really wonderful video that, as the description notes, includes the beauty of Alaska's wilderness along with a lot of great underwater footage of salmon schools. Everything combines to make this our favorite video from 2016
These anglers went remote and brought you with them in a point of view video (POV) as they fish the Gulkana River. They do a nice job of building the excitement of each catch with the music and slow motion portions.
We really like the laid back feel to this video of midnight sun fishing in Alaska . It has some nice fish shots and the drone videos at the end are very cool - especially the one that zooms up from the anglers at 1:40
A fun video catches a good fight between a feisty king salmon and a younger angler. Some great jumps caught on this video are very cool - unfortunately, we don't know if he lands it or not! Hope he did…
Some good slow motion action from the team at Rugged Creek Fly Fishing as they target Rainbow Trout - and pull out some beautiful fish.
This is a relatively long video at 37 minutes, but it's worth skipping a sitcom one night. Two anglers did a nice job documenting their 2016 Alaska fishing trip. Among other fish, they catch some nice silver salmon and rainbows while showing off the beauty of the Alaskan wilderness. Looks like a great trip!
Popular Alaska Fishing Destinations
Beautiful Views From the Shores of the Cook Inlet - Saltwater Fishing for Trophy King Salmon & Huge Halibut along with excellent freshwater fishing in Ninilchik River & Deep Creek as well.
A beautiful stretch of calm coastal waters in Southeast Alaska - Fantastic guided saltwater & freshwater fishing, self-guided fishing options, spectacular views, wildlife viewing & more with a wide range of towns & islands from which to base your trip.
Prince of Wales Island
Experience Alaska Fishing & Nature on the 4th Largest Island in the United States - A beautiful & remote island in Southeast Alaska that offers world class saltwater fishing, freshwater fly fishing, hiking, wildlife viewing & more.
Centrally Located on the Kenai Peninsula - A small town situated along the banks of the Kenai River & close to the Russian River as well
Known as the "Little Brother of the Kenai River" - The Kasilof is a glacially fed river, approximately 17 miles long and the prime fishing targets are King, Sockeye & Silver Salmon as well as Steelhead.