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Once You Pop | Alaska Top Water Fishing

on Friday, 07 April 2017. Posted in Alaska Fly Fishing & Adventure Films, Video

Fly Out TV

We had the opportunity to spend a week with Talaheim Lodge in the summer of 2016. Everyday offered incredible sight fishing for trout, char, and silver salmon. Our last day we had the opportunity to throw poppers to voracious Dolly Varden Char and Rainbow Trout. As the saying goes, "Once You Pop, You Can't Stop"!

Learn more about Talaheim Lodge

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Arctic Summer | Short Film

on Wednesday, 05 April 2017. Posted in Alaska Fly Fishing & Adventure Films, Video

Alaska's Arctic National Wildlife Refuge

See what it's like to adventure in one of our planet's last great wildernesses - the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. A visit to the Alaskan Arctic is unlike any other - abundant wildlife, twenty-four hour sun, towering mountains, and a 14 million acre playground of solitude. Matt and Emily Thoft are Alaska bush pilots that spend every summer showing people this magnificent region of the world. Their lodge base and plane-access gives them ultimate freedom in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. But, it's their passion and sense of wonder in this place that is so inspiring.

Learn more at SilvertipAviation.com

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Yukon - Land of the Midnight Sun

on Tuesday, 04 April 2017. Posted in Alaska Fly Fishing & Adventure Films, Video

from Mitchell Heynen

A display of Yukon's best landscapes from an aerial perspective.

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Miles of Salmon | Alaska's Bristol Bay

on Monday, 03 April 2017. Posted in Alaska Fly Fishing & Adventure Films, Video

from Jason Ching

From the filmmaker:

Iliamna Lake in Southwest Alaska is the beginning and end for millions of sockeye salmon each year, providing resources for developing juvenile salmon and miles of suitable spawning habitat for returning adults. This video highlights the end of the sockeye salmon migration in the streams of Iliamna Lake, and celebrates the amazing life cycle of sockeye salmon that is critical to this pristine wilderness and the many people who depend on this great resource.

Each year as I assist with field research for the Alaska Salmon Program in Bristol Bay's watersheds, I carry around video equipment to capture footage that I hope will inspire people to appreciate wild landscapes like Iliamna Lake and our sustainable natural resources like it's native sockeye salmon.

As always, many thanks to my coworkers and friends who help make these videos possible.

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No See Um Lodge | Drone Reel

on Tuesday, 28 March 2017. Posted in Alaska Fly Fishing & Adventure Films, Video

From No See Um Lodge

Some great drone footage from No See Um Lodge, located in Bristol Bay.

Learn more about No See Um Lodge. 

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Wild Alaska | Video

on Saturday, 04 March 2017. Posted in Alaska Fly Fishing & Adventure Films, Video

From Galaxiid

From the filmmaker: 

'The power of imagination makes us infinite' - John Muir.
A visual nature essay from the costal wilderness of Southern Alaska; water, mist, mountains, glaciers, icebergs, whales, fjords, forests and bears. Wild Alaska was filmed during an expedition in July 2015.

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TENKARALASKA | Alaska Tenakara Film

on Thursday, 09 February 2017. Posted in Alaska Fly Fishing & Adventure Films, Video

From Tenkara Rod Co.

From the Filmmakers:
A group of friends go Tenkara fishing in Alaska for salmon and hungry rainbow trout. Will the tenkara rods hold up against the fish of the last frontier?

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Brown Bears of Alaska | Video

on Thursday, 02 February 2017. Posted in Alaska Fly Fishing & Adventure Films, Video

From Pixel Bokeh Productions

From the filmmaker:

Alaska is filled full of amazing experiences. It was wonderful to see these bears fishing, wrestling, teaching their cubs how to survive, and just existing in a way that was completely natural for them. It was challenging to film along the river beds because we were using the same paths bears were to get to the river. We had to keep checking behind us to make sure we were not being joined by a much bigger, fuzzier, companion. Enjoy!

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Glacier Exit | Seward, Alaska

on Thursday, 02 February 2017. Posted in Alaska Fly Fishing & Adventure Films, Video

From Raphael Rogers

From the filmmaker:

We stood on the ice dunes of the glaciers of Alaska in the midst of a snowy winter. Trekking the slopes of another planet had been on our list for a long time. The silence and majesty of the mountains surrounding us, the bluest ice we had ever seen and the steady rush of ice turned to water. How did we get here? We met Rick by chance on a rainy road in Seward, Alaska. He had a worn work jacket, a great white beard and the friendliest demeanor two travelers could ask for. He turned out to be the skeleton key to the locked treasure that was our way into Exit Glacier. We had the entire ice field to ourselves. And a sole chance to tell its story. So we took it.

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Alive in Alaska

on Friday, 27 January 2017. Posted in Alaska Fly Fishing & Adventure Films, Video

from Mathieu Le Lay

A glimpse into the nomadic life of the photographer Alex Strohl during an adventure in Alaska.

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