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Jimmie Jack's Alaska Fishing Lodge
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Over 10,000 Happy Guests Since 1995
Over 10,000 Happy Guests Since 1995

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The Highlight of Tom’s Trip to the Alaska Seascape Lodge

We are grateful for every person that chooses us for their Alaskan escape. We recently talked to one of our visitors, Tom, about his experience. The trip was a 16th birthday present for his grandson, and they had a great time. Not only was it a great bonding experience, they were able to catch a ton of fish too. To learn more about Tom’s stay with us, watch this short video.

http://jimmiejackfishing.blogspot.com/2017/01/the-highlight-of-toms-trip-to-alaska.html

https://youtu.be/wwOwLHN3PsE

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Tips and Tricks for Catching Kenai River Sockeye Salmon

Today I want to tell you about a very simple trick that will allow you to catch your day’s fill of sockeye salmon the next time you’re on the banks of the Kenai River. Sockeye salmon usually run very close to the riverbank—as close as three to four feet if the water’s fast. After casting out your line, then, your hook will be hitting rocks and ripping through the water quite a bit. This can cause it to get dull in as little as 10 minutes. To learn how you can keep this from happening and catch as many sockeye salmon as you can carry, watch my latest video.

http://jimmiejackfishing.blogspot.com/2017/01/how-do-you-catch-sockeye-salmon-in.html

https://youtu.be/bonjT2tVm_E

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