The Rivers We Call Our Own

March 29th, 2012|Categories: Alaska Fishing, Guide Confessions|

Guide Confessions: The Rivers We Call Our Own It’s early March. I’m in Florida at home, clicking through maps on Google Earth, studying the Alaskan rivers in the Katmai National Park area with names like: the Alagnak, Kvichak, Moraine Creek, Upper American, Lower American, Brooks, Kamishak, Egegik, King Salmon, Strike Creek, Nushagak and [...]

The Pilots of Alaska Rainbow Lodge

March 15th, 2012|Categories: Alaska Fishing, Lodge Newsletters|

We've taken our time assembling a team of the best pilots available to fly our DeHavilland Beavers and Cessna 180 floatplanes. With over 15,000 hours of logged flight time between the three, our guests can be confident that they're flying out to Alaska's best fishing streams with world-class pilots. Get to know them:     [...]

Earplug Poppers Make Huge Splash

March 15th, 2012|Categories: Alaska Fishing, Guide Confessions|

by Caleb LockyerGuide at Alaska Rainbow Lodge Guide Confessions: Earplug Poppers Make Huge Splash I love this story even though it forces me to admit to a huge mistake. The lower Alagnak is one of those places we seek out at times to catch lots and lots of fish; specifically Chum salmon. On this particular [...]

Where Few Planes Have Gone Before

March 13th, 2012|Categories: Alaska Fishing, Lodge Newsletters|

A message from Ron Hayes: Where Few Planes Have Gone Before Alaska Rainbow Lodge flies three DeHavilland Beavers and Cessna 180 float planes.     These legendary aircraft are arguably the best planes in the world to serve the guests of our lodge. Why is that so? Because DeHavilland Beavers are strong, dependable and safe, [...]