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Alaska Without Trout (a SAFARI Camp Article in The Drake)

12.19.16

Fishing from fresh salmon off a remote Alaska Peninsula beach is ultra unique for salmon fishing in Alaska.

Fishing for fresh salmon off a remote Alaska Peninsula beach is ultra unique for salmon fishing in Alaska.

Writer and fly fishing guide, Miles Nolte, shares a great story in the Summer 2016 issue of The Drake, “Alaska Without Trout”.

Read the article here: “Alaska Without Trout”

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Writer and guide Miles Nolte.

After guiding a few seasons in Bristol Bay for mostly rainbow trout, and often shunning sluggish and spawned-out salmon, the beach fishing at our Alaska Wilderness SAFARI camp transformed Nolte’s notion of fly fishing for salmon in Alaska.

“The beach renewed my interest in salmon fishing. That spit of sand became my hunting grounds. Fishing in the estuary produced more fish, but less satisfaction…”

Miles still guides in Montana, teaches at Montana State in Bozeman, wrote the book The Alaska Chronicles, and writes for multiple fly fishing publications, including regular contributions to The Drake.

Posted in News, Press, SAFARI


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