There are few places in the world like Alaska in mid-September, with fat rainbows in the streams and the silvers pushing into the fresh from the briny. Anglers Journal just returned from an unforgettable week at the consummate Rainbow King Lodge on Lake Iliamna, which is located at the epicenter of trophy rainbow country. Look for a full report in the Winter issue of Anglers Journal. Rainbowking.com. Video by Rick Rysso.

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