Good Memories should last a lifetime! And Alaska is a land providing some of the most memorable experiences left to be discovered by the traveling angler.

Whether its catching that trophy Kenai king salmon (60 pounder at left & right) for hanging on the wall or battling a barndoor-sized halibut from the depths of Cook Inlet, Early Fishing has put over three decades of smiles and memories in our clients' photo albums.

For those anglers seeking the thrill of West Coast chinook and steelhead, we have fished the most productive waters Oregon and northern California have to offer since 1978. Many of our clients return each year for more of this exceptional fishing.

We invite you to take a stroll through the pages of our photo album to see what you've been missing!

Good Fishin',

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A FEW SELECTED ALASKA PHOTOS - 2012

Nice Kenai King

Val Unloading A Boat Load
Of Kenai Sockeye

Kenai River Chinook

August Kenai Silvers

Emergency Order Kenai Reds
SIX PER DAY

August Fishing on the Kenai

Wounded Warriors Made
The Connection

Kenai Silver Salmon Limits

Feel The Power - Fly Rod Sockeye

A June Kenai King

ADFG Increases Limits
Six Reds Per Day

Comfortable August Day
For Silvers

Sockeye Are Beautiful

Make That A Limit

Guide Gary Poses
With Happy Angler

Kingsize Kenai Smile

Rack'em Up
Cook Inlet Halibut limits

At Your Service
The Early Fishing Crew

Kenai Bonus Year
Six Sockeye per Person

Perfect Day For Fishing

Fresh Chrome Bright King

Satisfied With This Beauty

Cook Inlet Halibut

The Sockeye Have Arrived

Nice Kasilof River King Salmon

Its A Group Affair

Worth Smiling About

Drift Boat King Fishing

One Day Sockeye Fishing
Fills All The Coolers

Kenai Rainbows Are Plentiful

Landon Scores A Nice One

Kasilof River Sockeye

Limits of Kenai Silvers

July Kenai Sockeye

More Sockeye Salmon

Running Out Of Room

August Kenai Silvers

Good Day Silver Fishing

Sockeye Smiles All Around

June Kenai King Salmon

A FEW SELECTED OREGON PHOTOS 2012

Guide Gary with Impressive
King Salmon

Could Be Teddy Roosevelt's Kin

Oregon's Incredibly Beautiful Waters

Savoring The Moment

November King Salmon

A Little Rain Makes
The Fish Bite

Bonnie's Nice Catch On
A Shirt Sleeve Day

Two Fisted Limit Of
King Salmon

Good Fishing Heats Up
A January Day On The Water

Starting The New Year
With A Bang - Jan. 5

Lady Luck Day 1
May 1st Springer (King)

Lady Luck Day 2
May 2nd Springer

Lady Luck Day 3
May 3rd Springer

A Perfect January
Steelhead Day

January is Steelhead Time

A January Double Header

A Double On
November King Salmon

November Shirt Sleeves
And King Salmon

Drift Boat Fishing
And The Results

What More Could You Ask For?

Bundle Up - The Fishin's Hot!

Joey Makes The Connection!

Alaskan-Size November
King Salmon

Satisfied With The Weather
And The King Fishing

THAT Was A Fight To Remember

March Weather Was Great

Working The Lower Rogue
For Fresh September Chinook

February Produces Bright
Steelhead On The Drift

How About That
January Steelhead

And To Think This
Is February Weather

All In A Day's Work

It Doesn't Get Any Better
Than A Day Like This

Double Limits in February

Drift Boat Fishing
Is The Way To Go

Blue Bird Day
Chrome Bright Fish

The Ladies Make The Connection

Enough For A Big Smile

This Wasn't His First Dance

Picture Perfect Weather

A Double Double in February

   

   

   

 



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