Posted By Linda Branham on October 5, 2015 @ 12:57 pm
The last week of our 2015 season ended with lot’s of white fluffy snow, hail the size of marbles, pouring rain, (which made beautiful rainbows when the sun came out,) and the not so wonderful turbulent winds, which didn’t leave until we felt thoroughly respectful of its power.  (Next years to do list; 1) Put up several windmills.)
They are saying it was the coldest and wettest Sep....
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Posted By Linda Branham on July 5, 2015 @ 7:38 pm
We have a great opportunity for you to enjoy the wonderful wines of Oregon's  award winning Sienna Ridge Estate, culinary delights prepared by two of Alaska's greatest chefs and, of course, fishing for some excellent wild rainbow on the fly.

This is last....
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Posted By Linda Branham on June 21, 2015 @ 10:44 am
What a great start to a wonderful season.  Not only are anglers fishing in short sleeves, they are having some of the best fishing ever.  Early season fishing is back folks!  No crowds, hungry fish and weather that has been warmer than Texas.  

Texan guests, Stewart Henderson and his 3 sons, William, Clay, and Matt were wonderful guests enjoying the....


Posted By Linda Branham on May 14, 2015 @ 5:12 pm
     Lately I’ve been answering  a lot of questions and addressing various concerns of some first time anglers.  After over 25 years of being in this business, I thought it might be fun to go off the charts from what is “normal” and write about the “truth,” as I see it.  I promise no hype, as advertising today is saturated with it, an....
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Posted By Linda Branham on February 26, 2015 @ 5:11 pm
     Check us out in the February/March, 2015 issue of Fly Fisherman Magazine.  Ross Purnell and Richard Clark were guests at Royal Wolf Lodge, and our Big Ku Lodge, last fall. They followed up their trip with a great article on the Katmai Rainbows - "Chasing the egg hatch in the world’s most productive watershed."  A great artic....


Posted By Linda Branham on February 20, 2015 @ 4:54 pm
After our photo safaris in East Africa this year, you would think we would be tired of showing people the East Africa we love.  Apparently not, as we are already planning for the next safaris. 

Our first safari was just before Christmas when we met up with friends and neighbors, the Bob Pease, and Bret Mason families from Anchorage.   We started off the sa....