the Guth family have been public guides and outfitters in Alaska and Idaho for over sixty years
Soldotna, AK (PRWEB) April 22, 2013
The Alaskan fishing lodge, Guths Lodge, has announced that the fish’s season is drawing nearer. Native to the northern Pacific Ocean and western North American river systems, the Chinook Salmon can also be found in Japanese and Russian waters. They are a prized fish commonly sought after for sport, and to be harvested for commercial purposes. Known for some of their populations being endangered, Alaska holds some of the most healthy and abundant populations in the world.
Beginning in the second week of June and ending in the third week of July, the fish becomes more and more popular in the areas around Guths Lodge according to their website. Located near Iliamna River and Iliamna Lake, the lodge serves as a home base while clients choose from many different fishing adventures sometimes spanning multiple days. The Nushagac River is where the King Salmon (Chinook) is highly populated during their season according to Guths Lodge. This is why they have the Nushagac Camp, strategically located for easy access to the river.
The Guths Lodge is operated by the Guth family and a few selected professionals. According to their website, the Guth family have been public guides and outfitters in Alaska and Idaho for over sixty years. They offer guides through not only fresh water, but also ocean charters for fisherman who seek saltwater fishing.
For more information about Guths Lodge visit http://guthslodge.com/.