Favorite Alaska Fishing Videos from 2018
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This is the time of year where a lot of anglers are fine tuning plans for their upcoming trip or starting to research a future fishing trip to Alaska. There is a lot of good information available (we like to think the My Alaskan Fishing Trip website is one source!) but sometimes watching a video can help with planning. You might see a fishing location, technique, or something else that can direct your next trip (worst case scenario, the video gets you excited about what's to come for you!). So, we like to collect our favorite Alaska fishing videos in one spot and here are our favorite videos from 2018.
Float Trip in Alaska
This is a nice mix of video and pics from a float trip down the Koktuli River, a river that is located between Katmai National Park and Lake Clark National Park. It's one of our favorite videos because we've been writing about Alaska float trips recently but also they catch some great looking fish and seem to be having a great experience in wild Alaska.
Rockin' Video of Northern Pike
Maybe it's the music that got us excited about this video but it's probably all the monster northern pike they are catching in it. The name says they are “chasing big northern pikes on fly rods” and they found them…then caught them. Some great fish, and fishing action, in this video.
King Salmon on the ‘Nush
We've been highlighting the great fishing on the Nushagak River in Alaska lately and this is a quick video that shows a nice king salmon, which are the reason to fish the ‘Nush. Comments note the Alaska Fish and Game regulations that you may be wondering about.
Planning to fish the ‘Nush? Check out some expert opinions on the best fly patterns for Nushagak River fishing
Copper River Fly Fishing
Backcountry Grayling Fishing
We included this one because it's a little different than the more common fishing from a boat or fly fishing video. This one is a few anglers hiking out (with what seems like a cool dog) and the kayak (actually packrafts) fishing for Arctic Grayling. It's a quiet video but a different take on the Alaska fishing experience you can target and is in the popular Kenai Peninsula.