Consumed by fishing, Capt. John Jinishian guides in Alaska during the summer and in Montana on the shoulder seasons. He represents the third generation of fishermen in his family and also has guided on the East Coast.
The search for unfished waters comes up big for two friends on an Alaskan river thick with rainbows.
In Alaska, the coho is a salmon worth chasing
Two guides embark on a “Jungle Creek” expedition in the southwest Alaska bush before their summer work season begins. Their holy grail is an untouched rainbow fishery.
A group of hard-fishing captains heads to the Cape each June for the spring striper run
There’s nothing quite like fishing for striped bass as they dine on spawning cinder worms
It was close to midnight on the Fourth of July, and the sun was drawing its curtain for the day.