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A Scot's View of Alaskan Sockeye

September 25, 2004 By: Marshall Cutchin

Neil Collins gives us an entertaining and informative look at Alaska’s River Alagnak in the U.K. Telegraph. “To get at them, you have to get there, which means four plane rides (no more direct flights, you see) culminating in a hop from a small town called King Salmon to Katmai Lodge, on the bank of the Alagnak river. Not all the salmon swim past the lodge, just the odd five million or so – and when I say past, I mean right past the door.”