Take the planning and stress out of your Alaska fishing trip.
We take care of the details from the moment you arrive. Wake up to fresh coffee, and a hearty breakfast. Your lunch is ready as you head out to meet your fishing boat. Spend a great day on the water with professional guides and gear, and in the best boats on the water. At the end of your stay, your fish will be processed and ready for pick-up. This is what keeps our guests coming back to Jimmie Jack’s Alaska Fishing Lodge year after year!
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Friday, January 27, 2017
Tuesday, January 3, 2017
It’s actually quite simple.
After casting out your line, your hook will be hitting rocks and ripping through the water quite a bit, which means it can get dull within 10 to 15 minutes. Changing hooks is a tactic I always tell my guides to help their guests with so when they do hook a sockeye salmon, there’s no chance of escape. In case you’re wondering, I use a 4/0 Eagle Claw Lazer Sharp Octopus hook.
If you have any more questions about how to fish on the Kenai River, feel free to give us a call or visit us online. We’d be happy to help!
Monday, December 19, 2016
The rivers were beautiful; the Halibut fishing was great. The fly-in over to that remote river, you can see the bears. You can catch all those fish over there. You can see the glaciers. Gosh, I’d say all of it. If you’re going to go, do all of it. I would highly recommend anybody that has the opportunity to go up there, or who has a bucket list to accomplish something in their life, to go do it. The fishing was absolutely first-class. We had so much fun with the guides, the scenery was beautiful, and the fish were plentiful. As a matter of fact, when I asked my wife ‘Where do you want to go this year?’, she said, ‘Let’s go back to Alaska.’ I hope to see everybody that was there last year and maybe meet new people, too.