Alaska Fish Wars: JACKPOT 720 HD – National Geographic Wild 4
The Alaskan salmon season is under way and captains race into Cook Inlet to secure their share of payday. Captain Dan’s fishing mojo has been missing all season long, so he calls in his 11-year-old son to help change his mediocre season. Captain Gavin finds himself fishing farther north than he originally planned, but he lucks out and brings in a huge haul. Captain Wes sets the first net of the day and after a few moments, a huge school slams into his gear.
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Today we fished the Homer Spit next to the Lands End hotel. We fished a three-way rig using a Thundermist T-turn swivel connected to a 2oz sinker and a beads and blade flatfish rig. Bait was Eulachon and Pollock cut-bait. We caught numerous pollock and sole and also saw cod and a halibut caught. Good luck fishing!
Alaska Fishing, Glacier Bay, Halibut, Ling Cod, Salmon Pt. 3 4.5
Fish Alaska Charters / The Growley Bear Lodge presents full length HD video showcasing the scenery, wildlife, and incredible fishing in the Glacier Bay / Gustavus, Alaska area. Full length DVD and Blu-Ray copies of this program are available by contacting us at 907-321-9668 or www.fishalaskacharters.com for more info.
3-week Solo Kayak Camping and Fishing in Alaska one last lake (part 7) 4.5
This is Part 7 of a series of videos from a 3-week solo kayak camping and fishing trip thru south Alaska. No extra supplies were available in this remote region on the southern end of Prince of Wales Island. My survival depended on everything that I could pack into a kayak including my food. I paddled from the port of Ketchikan for four days to reach this area. This trip was planned around bushcraft survival skills with fish providing the majority of my food. Although other people visit this area during the summer by boat and float plane at times I did not see another human being for days. The kayak allowed me to portage up into remote lakes with all my gear, and many of these lakes are only accessible by float plane or hiking.
In this video, I am leaving a camp at the Johnson River mouth where black bears feed on salmon day and night for the two days (see part 6). Often times these bears would walk past my tent, but they were interested in fish and not in bothering me or my gear. It made for some unforgettable camping conditions. After hiking for several hours inland to Johnson lake I realized that I would never be able to bring my kayak up to the lake and I pushed onward to the final lake on the trip.
At this point in the trip, I am running low on the food that and I am relying more on fish as my main food source. In this video (part 7) the camp that I leave has abundant salmon and trout, but the camp that I arrive at has almost no fish (part 8). The only fish I am able to catch at the second camp are pink salmon that have been in the fresh water for several weeks or longer. These are poor quality eating fish, and I primarily ate the eggs. Additionally, bad weather is coming in fast at this second camp and the conditions of the passage into this lake make it impossible to leave until after the storm has passed. In the next episode (Part 8) the heavy rainfall forces me to seek refuge in a hunters cabin until the storm passes and the water level of the lake falls.
Alaska Fishing. Monster Halibut, fishing with Saltwater Safari out of Seward Alaska 5
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Alaskan King Crab Fishing – iLearn Documentary 4.5
Alaskan king crab fishing is carried out during the fall months in the waters off the coast of Alaska and the Aleutian Islands. The commercial harvest is performed during a very short season, and the catch is shipped worldwide. Large numbers of king crab are also caught in Russian and international waters.
In 1980, at the peak of the king crab industry, Alaskan fisheries produced up to 200,000,000 lb (91,000,000 kg) of crab. However, by 1983, the total size of the catch had dropped by up to 90% in some places. Several theories for the precipitous drop in the crab population have been proposed, including overfishing, warmer waters, and increased fish predation. As a result the current season is very short and in the 2010 season only 24,000,000 lb (11,000,000 kg) of red king crab were “landed”.
Alaskan crab fishing is very dangerous, and the fatality rate among the fishermen is about 80 times the fatality rate of the average worker. It is suggested that, on average, one crab fisherman dies weekly during the seasons.
Alaskan Fishing Adventures Charter ~ Halibut & Rockfish Galore ~ Great Day On The Water #2 4.5
I didn’t get my halibut on camera until it was landed but I was able to get some footage from my fishing mates! I had an amazing time on the boat today and I really do hope everyone who watches this gets to fish up here once in their life. More fishing videos coming soon!
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