Moose Hunting 2018 Season

Mulchatna bull
Looking for a fight

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Moose hunting
60 inch wide Old Bull of the Mulchatna… A true trophy and excellent bull to harvest.
Across from camp a young bull
Morning Bull, First Light.
Silver Salmon on spinners
Bright Red Silver Salmon
Fishing for Rainbows
Mulchatna River Rainbow
Mulchatna river Moose
Keefer Creek Valley

The 2018 Season on the Mulchatna River was an exciting one to say the least. We worked hard to find a bull.  With the temperatures being 65-73 degrees everyday, this kept the Bulls down throughout the day.  We really only had short morning hunts until the sun came up and the bugs came out.  Can’t recall a season like this before but glad we were able to find a great bull with only a few days left in our hunt… We were able to get over 600 pounds of boned out meat off of this giant bull… So the hunter will have lots of steaks and burger for the next few years…

Toman’s King Camp

We are getting ready for our annual Toman’s King Camp on the Nushagak River.  Dillingham, Alaska is the nearest town in the area and is known for it’s variety of different types of fish and fishing.  From our King Camp alone you can catch King Salmon, Chum Salmon, Sockeye Salmon, Rainbow Trout, Grayling, Arctic Char, Dolly Varden and Northern Pike.  That’s a lot of variety to chose from.  Our main focus is on King Salmon, hence the name Toman’s King Camp.  The season is going to start the 17th of June and we will be fishing until the 10th of July.  Hope to see some of you at camp and or on the river!

King Salmon fishing in Alaska
Beautiful King Salmon