Category Archives: Destinations – Alaska

Krog’s Kamp

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A TRIP YOU’LL NEVER FORGET

World class Alaska fishing for salmon, trout, and halibut coupled with the finest Alaska Fishing lodge on the Kenai River is what you’ll find at Krog’s Kamp.

Krog’s Kamp is situated on the banks of the bountiful Kenai River. Come and enjoy old time Alaskan hospitality along with the vacation of a lifetime. Enjoy the beauty, majesty, and splendor of the Great Land while experiencing the best fishing in Alaska. Check off another item on your “Bucket List”.

www.fishingalaska.net

Seward Military Resort Caters To Active, Retired Military, DoD Civilians

The Seward Military Resort is open to active duty and retired military personnel, and DoD civilians. It is located in Seward, on the Kenai Peninsula which is termed “Alaska’s Playground” for good reason. Just about everything you can think of to do in Alaska can be done here.

The city of Seward is the gateway to the Kenai Fjords National Park (abundant in wildlife and majestic glaciers). The drive, 130 miles south of Anchorage, takes visitors along one of America’s most beautiful scenic highways.

Seward Military Resort offers:

Lodging year-round (reservations may be made up to 365 days in advance)

RV park & campground (summer months)

Freedom Fighter’s Bar & Grill (open Memorial Day Weekend to Labor Day)

Deep sea fishing (halibut – Memorial Day Weekend to Labor Day)

First-class fish-cleaning and processing facility (freezers and priority overnight shipping available)

Tickets and tours (Special rates for Alaskan attractions)

Snowmobile tours to Exit Glacier (an adventure for all skill levels – winter months)

Special events (New Year’s Eve celebration/murder mystery dinner theatres – winter months)

For reservations, call (907) 224-5559 or (800) 770-1858.

And check out www.sewardresort.com!

Our motto: “You Provide Our Freedom, Let Us Provide Your Fun.”

Moonlighting on the Nushagak

Every summer Northwest Sportsman/California Sportsman/Alaska Sporting Journal sales manager Brian Lull breaks out of the asylum and spends a few weeks guiding on Alaska’s Nushagak River for Jake’s Nushagak Salmon Camp.

In the wake of last season’s emergency closure, the river was off to a very slow start this year, spawning numerous “the Nush is dead” posts across the Internet. We’re happy to report rumors of her demise were greatly exaggerated.

Here are some snap shots our escapee sent back:

BYE BYE "CIVILIZATION"! DILLINGHAM'S AIRPORT FADES INTO THE DISTANCE AS THE PLANE HEADS FOR JAKE'S NUSHAGAK SALMON CAMP! (BRIAN LULL)

THE PLACE WHERE THEY GROW ALL THE MOSQUITOES IN ALASKA. (BRIAN LULL)

PAUTZKE PRO-STAFFER "PROFESSOR" FRED THOMASON OF PLYMOUTH, CALIF., GUIDING ON THE NUSH. (BRIAN LULL)

HEAD GUIDE AND PAUTZKE PRO-STAFFER BILL “SWANNY” SWANN IN ACTION. (BRIAN LULL)

JASON HELMS GETS THE PRETTIEST FISH OF THE YEAR AWARD FOR MY BOAT. (BRIAN LULL)

STEELHEADUNIVERSITY.COM'S TERRY WEIST AND I HAD TO POSE WITH THE FISH THEY CAUGHT WITH PROFESSOR FRED, SINCE I COULDN'T CATCH THEM ANY THAT DAY! (BRIAN LULL)

SUNSET AT MIDNIGHT. (BRIAN LULL)

MOOSE'S KING. (BRIAN LULL)

STAMPER'S KING. (BRIAN LULL)

THESE FLORIDA BOYS AREN'T USED TO FISH LIKE THIS. (BRIAN LULL)

DOUBLED UP, AGAIN -- MY BOAT HAD 26 DOUBLES ONE DAY, MY PERSONAL RECORD. (BRIAN LULL)

BLOOD BEACH -- ALL JAKE'S BOATS DOUBLED UP ON THE DOWNHILL TROLL. THANKS TO THE ECONOMY WE WERE THE ONLY ONES HERE, A HOLE THAT I COUNTED 34 BOATS FISHING DURING ONE HOT BITE IN 2007. (BRIAN LULL)

A FISH GIVING US THE 'MIDDLE FIN" SPLASH SALUTE. (BRIAN LULL)

IT’S TEN P.M. AND WE ARE OFFICIALLY OFF THE CLOCK. (BRIAN LULL)

JAKE'S NUSHAGAK SALMON NIGHT LIFE COMES COMPLETE WITH LIVE MUSIC. (BRIAN LULL)

IT'S ALREADY MIDNIGHT AGAIN?? (BRIAN LULL)

BRISTOL BAY SOCKEYE ON THE BBQ, DOESN'T GET ANY BETTER THAN THIS -- EXCEPT I HAD TO GO TO COSTCO TO GET THIS ONE. THE STATE OF ALASKA DOESN'T ALLOW GUIDES TO RETAIN FISH WHILST CLIENTS ARE ABOARD. (BRIAN LULL)

GOT YOUR RESERVATIONS FOR LATE JUNE 2012? WHENEVER THERE'S OVER 1,500 CHINOOK A DAY ON THE SONAR READER 37 MILES UP FROM THE MOUTH, IT'S SOLID FISHING. WHEN IT'S OVER 5,000, AMAZING FISHING. (ADFG)