AAA Trout

“He, who is pent up in a town, vexed by the excitements of the day, and driven, in spite of himself, to late and irregular hours, could get profit every way, if at times he would seek the purer air, free from the city’s smoke, and with his rod as a staff, climb the hills, and ply his quiet art in the brooks that wash the mountain side, or wander through the green valleys, shaded by the willow and the tasseled alder.” -   Rev. George Washington Bethune, 1847

Welcome to AAATrout.com

Latest Posts:

Trip Report Arkansas – 2/17-20

LA Marsh Trout/Reds 12-3-13

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Arkansas Fishing Report 9-4-2013

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Alaska 2013 - Sepetember Trip

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Thanks for visiting our site. It is our hope that we can offer you some up to date information on fishing the tail-waters of the Arkansas  White River system, especially the Norfork and middle section of the White at and below its confluence with the Norfork.  Click on the Arkansas tab for our latest posts.

We just finished our seventh year in a row of traveling to AK. Brent, Bregitte and the girls are now back in The Last Frontier. Brent is back working on The Slope. We spent the months of June and September with them. Our time there is chronicled under Alaska 2012.

Primarily, we fish the Russian River and a handful of other spots on the Kenai Peninsula.  We also frequent the waters of the Mat-Su/Parks Highway region, including Montana Creek, Willow Creek, and go as far north as Byers Lake.  We have absolutely fallen in love with the Denali Highway and the Paxson area, and hope to return there in 2013. God is good!

We have some extensive photo files of driving trips posted under The Great American Trip, Alaska 2010, and On the Road 2011.

2 responses

15 06 2011
David

I bear hunted in Northern Maine a few years back and I encounter my first bull moose in the wild. Huge critters.

11 08 2012
Joshua

Fly fishig for bass is great, but im sure fly fishing in a stream for trout is much more relaxing and exciting!

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