Garett caught this nice sockeye salmon on his families annual treck to the Kenai River in Alaska. It was pulled in using a 3/4 ounce Water Gremlin Snap Loc Dipsey Sinker and a Russian River Coho Fly. The Gremlin Likes!
The Kenai River, called Kakny in the Dena’ina language, is a river in the Kenai Peninsula of south central Alaska.The biggest king salmon — up to 98 pounds — come from the swift Kenai River. Big fish are so common in the second run of kings that there’s a special, higher standard for what makes [...]
I first started using water gremlins when I started working in Alaska, now I use them whenever I go fishing. This is a photo of a trout that i sighted out but when i went to put a piece of spit shot on, turns out I left all my split in my car. Luckily I [...]
Here’s another shot of Jim, Dave and Mori on the banks of the Kenai River in Alaska. Look at that 40 plus pound King Salmon. The Gremlin says all those Gremlin T-Shirts had to be the secret to landing this beauty.
Here’s Tom and the boys on the Kenai River in Alaska! The Gremlin Loves those T-Shirts. He thinks he’s the one who brought everyone the luck! These are beautiful sockeye (aka-reds) that weigh between 8-10 lbs.
My Dad and I have always dreamed of catching a king salmon and last summer we got the chance to do it. We were on the Kenai River with our friend Casey when this 52-pound beast slammed my Dad’s line. He set the hook and the battle was on. After about fifteen minutes, we got [...]