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Alaska Fishing Videos

Alaska's Talachulitna River King Salmon Float Trip
This product includes both a DVD and companion Ultimate Guide! The Talachulitna River is an excellent south central Alaska wilderness float trip. Just a short flight from Anchorage, float with us for 60 river miles from Judd Lake, positioned on the east side of the Tordrillo Mountains, to the Skwentna River. Experience solitude, exciting class IV whitewater, abundant wildlife, and unbelievable king salmon fishing.

Alaska's Lake Creek King Salmon Float Trip
This product includes both a DVD and companion Ultimate Guide! The Lake Creek river is one of south central Alaska's great wild rivers with incredible salmon runs. Come along with us for a seven day, unguided, 55 river mile float and fishing adventure of a lifetime. See beautiful footage of the Alaska Range, wildlife including bald eagles, grizzlies, and a wolf, aerial video of the mouths of three major salmon spawning tributaries, and tail walking monster kings. This video will take you to the river from the drop point on the majestic Chelatna Lake to the pick up on the glacial Yentna River.

Alaska River Fishing With Fly Rod
Join Dr. Jim as the King Salmon guides take him to remote Alaska, fishing remote rivers and streams. Travelling by boat or plane, visit some of the best fishing spots in Alaska.

The Deadliest Catch DVD Set
Forty-foot waves, freezing temperatures and a nearly 100-percent injury rate. Crab fishing off the Alaskan coast on the icy Bering Sea is one of the world's most dangerous jobs. But it's also one of the most lucrative, offering tens of thousands of dollars for a few days' work. Follow one group of ambitious men as they battle harsh conditions and intense competition in the frenzied search for an undersea jackpot.