The Art of Alaskan Fishing

The Art of Alaskan Fishing

The Art of Alaskan Fishing Fishing in Alaska has been going on for centuries, and it’s become a favorite adventure for people to try when they travel here to experience the beauty of the Alaskan landscape. At Big Sky Charter and Fish Camp, we...

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Experience Kenai River Fishing

Experience Kenai River Fishing

Experience Kenai River Fishing Surrounded by spectacular scenery and wildlife, the Kenai River is the place to be. Come to Alaska for a Kenai River Fishing adventure and get out and explore the national parks and so much more. There is plenty to...

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Back From the Depths

Back From the Depths

The Big Sky Blog has been brought back from the dead, after a few years of silence! We will continue sharing stories and our thoughts about the summer season on the Kenai River. So, here are a few updates: – Camp is up and running. Some of...

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NEW Addition to the Fleet!

NEW Addition to the Fleet!

Big sky will be using its own Cook Inlet halibut boat as well as others for halibut fishing clients. We recently became a partner in the purchase of a 28 foot Koffler Bay Bee that has a cab with twin 225 hp motors. Depending on the particular...

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Red river

Red river

The good news is, most of our clients this and the past week will need new freezers when they get home, the bad news is, they’re going to need to get new freezers! The Kenai River sockeye, or red salmon, continue to pour in and we’ve...

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Here they come

Here they come

Are you ready to Sock-eye? Ooops, sorry about the lame pun, but the Kenai River is going nuts with sockeye, or red salmon. According to the Department of Fish and Game, over 231,000 (yes, that is three zeros on the back) of the prized reds passed...

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Happy Fourth from Big Sky

Happy Fourth from Big Sky

We sure hope you had as nice a Fourth of July as we did here on the Kenai. We’ll start this week’s report with a clarification, as the rumor mills sure do get working whenever our state managers make any in-season decisions regarding...

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The difference

The difference

Up in Cooper Landing this weekend, a mere half-hour east of Sterling, fishing the Russian River for Russian River reds, there might not have been a ton of fish passing through, but there sure was a lot of advice. “I’ve been here a...

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