Favorite Alaska Fishing Videos from 2021
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Nobody really knew what to expect of 2021 but it turned out to be a solid year of fishing for the anglers that made it onto the waters of Alaska. Fortunately, a lot that did get lines in the water also documented their fishing trip in vide. There are a lot of excellent videos from 2021 fishing trips but we thought the following few should be highlighted…they all show the excitement of fishing with friends and family while highlighting the great (and diverse) fishing of Alaska plus the remote wilderness that so many anglers seek. Enjoy these and remember to pack your camcorder (or, phone, I guess) for your Alaska fishing trip.
Overall Favorite: Fishing Wild Alaskan Creeks by Helicopter
We put this one at the top of the list because it has a lot of everything anglers like about Alaska. The great wilderness is seen from water level but also from a helicopter! Friends do a helicopter fly-in fishing trip to get expirience remote fishing in Alaska and they land some nice rainbow trout and dolly varden. Excellent video of friends getting on the fishing trip of a lifetime. An easy pick for our favorite Alaska fishing video of the year.
Peaceful & Remote: Fly Fishing for Arctic Grayling
Maybe it's because we just posted a blog about road tripping for arctic grayling, but this video stood out. It was filmed during this anglers' thousand-mile fishing trip on the state highway system. This video was filmed at the Gulkana River and he lands four or five really nice looking grayling in a video that shows how peaceful and remote an Alaskan fishing trip can be. Check out his other videos too!
Fishing & Nature: Young Angler Reeling in Some Nice Grayling Near Denali
Another grayling focused video this one highlights the great arctic grayling fishing naer Denali National Park! This one is on the list because of the great scenery Alaska provides …filmed near Denali National Park, it has a mountain range and moose that are the highlights, but the young angler lands a really nice grayling too. It's really everything one could hope for.
Best Shore Fishing: Pink Salmon on Fly Rods
Man…I'm doing a great job connecting each This one sticks with the family theme as two brothers do some shore fly-fishing on the Kenai River. We included it because it's a video of a fish species that anglers don't really think about…Pink Salmon. The brothers land a few really nice ones and it reminded us that you have so many options when fishing in Alaska.
Can't Land Them All: Arctic Char Fishing from a Canoe
Another species that we don't write about often is Arctic Char. It's highlighted here by a couple doing some summertime fishing from a canoe…they have a few misses but also land a couple of really nice fish.
Well, that wraps up another year of us going into the fishing video wormholes. We hope the videos get you excited to look into your next fishing trip and gives you a good idea of what an Alaskan fishing trip can offer and the options available if you can get out there.
Popular Alaska Fishing Destinations
Saltwater & Freshwater Fishing - Juneau, the state capital of Alaska has a small-town feel and offers a excellent saltwater fishing for Halibut & Salmon on the Inside Passage as well as freshwater fishing for Trout, Steelhead, Dolly Varden & 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
The Salmon Capital of the World - A great option to base your fishing trip out of or stop for an afternoon of fishing while on an Alaska cruise…A wide variety of options from daily charters to luxury resorts and everything in between.
Alaska Parks Highway
A 358-mile adventure from Anchorage to Fairbanks - There are many fishing spots along the Parks Highway...most are smaller walk & wade streams but there are also some small lakes 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.