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Love your videos your 700 mile float has inspired me several times. I floated 260 miles on the Kobuk in Sept.2010 18 days of sunshine, sheefish, grayling and northern lights . Not to mention caribou. Hoping to do the Noatak in the near future, when I do I will get your video. Headed to the Ivishak in sept. any advice for the char etc would be helpful. Keep up the great work. Im a professional wildlife photographer that hunts with a camera, its all good.
Glad you like my videos! The Kobuk River must have been awesome. I’d like to paddle it someday. You’ll enjoy the Noatak as well, no doubt. I’ve never been on the Ivishak except for the extreme headwaters, so I’m afraid I don’t know much about the char fishing. If you are paddling that river I’d go early in the month, as late in September it can be wintery, but you undoubtedly know that already. Keep taking those great photos.
you will luv the upper Kobuk, we flew into Lake Mimikakoso sp? and avoided the canyon and its rapids, the lake was full of pike two of us caught over 100 in one afternoon, most less than 24 inches but all feisty. after Kobuk the river widens and you need a motor. sheefish and grayling fishing…well I cant even say it on here or I would have to shoot everyone that reads it. lol. If you ever have any questions on it feel free to contact me. keep up the good work.