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Category Archives: Fly Fishing

Hydrologist for the National Park Service

Packrafting Lake Clark National Park as a Hydrologist for the National Park Service Story by: Sam Carter After months of uncertainty due to COVID-19, I finally made it up to southwest Alaska in June of 2020.  I was privileged enough to get a job with the National Park Service, working […]

Protecting Bristol Bay: A Fight Against Pebble Mine

Save Bristol Bay from the Pebble Mine.

An Interview with Alaska Trout Unlimited‘s Jenny Weis. Media provided by Bjørn Olson. Tag us on Instagram, Twitter, or Facebook with your best packraft fishing photos. The first 50 people get a free 2019 Trout Unlimited Membership! Streams overflowing with brightly colored salmon, crystal clear water, stunning mountains, plump grizzly […]

Paolo Marchesi – Photographer, Fly Fisherman, Packrafter, World Traveler

Paolo Marchesi & Argo.

Professional Fisherman, Adventure Photographer. Lives in Bozeman, Montana Paolo Marchesi’s packrafting adventures focus primarily around fishing and finding solitude and natural beauty. He researches remote places he wants to fish, and then figures out how to get there. “The freedom to explore makes me feel alive, and is so fundamental […]

Alaska Fly Fishing & Packrafting: An Inside Look at the Making of the Film, “100 Miles”

UPDATE! “100 Miles” Now Available on Vimeo Check out our Q&A With Fly Out Media Producer Cory Luoma About his Award-Winning, Alaska-Based Fly Fishing & Packrafting Film Cory Luoma and Katie Edmiston of Fly Out Media created their first film in 2011, and have made over a dozen conservation, web series, […]

A Trekking 1st: Fisherman Justin Barbour and his dog, Saku, Fish & Packraft Their Way Across Newfoundland

“Reaching a beach was a welcomed break for us. Especially after a day like today when we paddled 28km. And more importantly we reached the half-way point of our trip, the first community in 330km. The shores weren’t always this friendly either. The rocky landscape of Newfoundland presents treacherous boat landings where sharp and jagged rocks lie waiting. I had to be very careful and patient when choosing a docking area ”

A Man & His Dog Make the 1st Trek Across the Remote Newfoundland Wilderness, Feeding Themselves With Fish Along The Way Over the last few years Justin Barbour has completed and filmed solo long distance trips throughout his province. Last year he found a new adventure partner–his Cape Shore Water […]