Posted By Chris Branham on April 1, 2017 @ 8:03 pm
We had the warmest temperatures ever recorded last year in Bristol Bay. It was also the driest winter and spring with the least amount of snow on record. In April and May temperatures reached into the 60 and 70-degree levels for a long period of time. The lake ice at the lodge didn’t melt until early April and the land was totally void of snow. These warm ....
Posted By Chris Branham on November 21, 2014 @ 5:51 pm
We have no winter snow! We closed up for the season and flew back to Anchorage at the end of September, and the mountains had no new snow. I have never seen that in over 40-years in Alaska. We left the lodge to the bears and nature, and there were plenty on the home river, since million of Pink salmon had spawned and died, leaving an abundance of food for the Rainbow.....
Posted By Chris Branham on May 3, 2013 @ 12:51 am
Spring is late this year. At the lodges we saw several fox trotting by, always on a hurried mission to find something good to eat, a Beaver poked his head through a hole in the ice, Bald Eagles were mating and preparing their nesting sites. Tundra Swans, Canadian Geese, Cranes and ducks had no open lakes to land in so hundreds are feedin....
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