Posts Tagged ‘Alaska’

DVD Trailer: A Backyard in Nowhere

DVD Trailer: A Backyard in Nowhere

A film that mixes Western and Gonzo elements with traditional fly fishing. Blinded by stories of giant Northern pike, a trio of fly fishers set out to explore the remote Innoko River in Alaska. They end up getting a whole lot more than they bargained for– generous servings of booze, taking the law into one’s own hands and gun slinging– challenges that need to be overcome to find the giants. 50 min.

DVD Trailer: Cast Alaska

DVD Trailer: Cast Alaska

Cross Current Fishing Adventures presents, Cast Alaska a fly fishing movie as epic as its location. Throughout the dull warmth of Fall, as the Midnight Sun begins to dip they will rise. One of the most fantastic fish found anywhere in the world: Alaskan Rainbow Trout. Follow angler Dave Holsman as he takes you on […]

Red Gold DVD Photo Gallery

Red Gold DVD Photo Gallery

Documents the incredible run of sockeye salmon in Alaska’s Bristol Bay. We partnered with Alaska’s Trout Unlimited last summer & spent 68 days in Alaska’s Bristol Bay following the world’s largest run of sockeye salmon as they moved from the tidal waters to their natural spawning grounds within the footprint of the largest proposed gold & copper mine in North America. Photos courtesy of Ben Knight/Felt Soul Media

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The Alaska Chronicles

The Alaska Chronicles

We have a unique group in camp this week. The ringleader and financier (we’ll call him Jake) has been fishing up here with Ken for fifteen years, since this place was only four tents and two guides.

Jake is a very wealthy individual who runs a successful factory business. Every year he brings a group of twenty or so with him—mainly his blue-collar employees: machinists, mechanics, and their sons. He also brings his two boys, one in his early twenties and the other in his mid-teens, along with a few of their friends. So Jake is basically footing the tab for a large contingent of Midwestern factory workers who would otherwise never experience a fishing trip such as this one.

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