Alaskan Rainbow

Brian Pollock caught this rainbow trout Monday on the Kenai River. Estimated 10.08 pounds, 28" length, 15" girth. On an artificial leech.

Brian Pollock caught this rainbow trout Monday on the Kenai River. Estimated 10.08 pounds, 28″ length, 15″ girth. On an artificial leech. 

Brian Pollock was fishing for weakfish earlier this spring in Cape May County, NJ, this week he is in Alaska fishing for Rainbow trout. Brian has fished many notable fishing  destinations including Japan. Brian congratulations on catching the rainbow and fishing Alaska .

The guide is Matty Lewallen, Kenai River Drifters Lodge, Cooper River Landing, Alaska: http://www.drifterslodge.com/

(866) 524-5425. Matty’s cell number is (907) 382-6288, email: fishingwithmatty@gmail.com. He is on Facebook: matt.lewallen.5. He will get you fish and all you need is a plane ticket and rental car. It is about 100 miles from Anchorage along one of the most beautiful highways in the world. They have accommodations as well. Check out their website.

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  1. June 20, 2014 at 3:09 pm

    The guide is Matty Lewallen, Kenai River Drifters Lodge, Cooper River Landing, Alaska: http://www.drifterslodge.com/Cooper_Landing‎,
    (866) 524-5425. Matty’s cell number is (907) 382-6288, email: fishingwithmatty@gmail.com. He is on Facebook: matt.lewallen.5. He will get you fish and all you need is a plane ticket and rental car. It is about 100 miles from Anchorage along one of the most beautiful highways in the world. They have accommodations as well. Check out their website.

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